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Gender, Economic Globalization, Movement and Citizenship

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Liepollo Pheko argues that gender perspective on the economic globalization and migration is important because it exposes the contradictory processes that are at work within a globalized economy. She suggests that despite the fact that women are taking a major part in globalized networks of production, they have not necessarily benefited from this engagement. For her the notion of citizenship is critical because it operates simultaneously as a force for inclusion and exclusion.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2010-09-01

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