Feminist Post-Development Thought Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism and Representation
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Description: What does 'development' mean for women? Is it their best hope of social progress and equality, or does it simply raise false expectations for the future? In this text feminist thinkers explore this and other critical questions from a variety of different perspectives.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Zed Books, Limited
Publication date: 11/23/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Towards a Deconstructive Post-Development|
|Lessons from the Field: Rethinking Empowerment, Gender and Development in a Post (Post?) Development Perspective|
|Dismantling the Master's House with the Master's Tools? Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies|
|Trails of Turquoise: Feminist Enquiry and Counter-Development in Ladakh, India|
|Locating Women/Locating Work|
|Countergeographies of Globalization: Feminization of Survival|
|Engendering Globalization in an Era of Transnational Capital: New Cross-Border Alliances and Strategies of Resistance in a Post-NAFTA Mexico|
|More Worldly Feminisms|
|Development: Feminist Theory's Cul|
|Picture More at Variance, of Desires and Development in the People's Republic of China|
|Developmentalist Feminism and Neocolonialism in the Andean Communities-Frederique Apffel|
|The Science Question in Development|
|Mad Cows and Sacred Cows|
|Global Circulations: Nature, Culture and the Possibility of Sustainable Development|
|Do the Marginalized Valorize the Margins? Exploring the Dangers of Difference|
|Stories From the Field: Theorizing Action/Acting on Theory|
|Participatory Research: A Tool in the Production of Knowledge in the Development Discourse-Patience|
|Ethnographic Acts: Writing Women and Other Political Fields|
|Practising Theory Through Women's Bodies: Public Violence and Women Strategies of Power and Place|
|Body Politics: Revisiting the Population Question|
|Reproductive Technology: From a Third World Feminist Perspective|
|Gender, Bodies and Cosmos in Mesoamerica|