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Masculinities Matter!: M. Dubravka Zarkov, Institute of Social Studies 'Cleaver has brought together a compelling set of articles that depict men as at once misunderstood, maligned, and at times resistant, but truly necessary partners in the development process. The more one reads, the more it becomes clear that men represent a critical, but largely untapped resource that must be engaged in partnership to achieve gender equality, reduction in poverty, to slow the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to curb the many forms of gender-based violence.
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Social Protection, Decent Work and Development'. Discussion paper no Education and Outreach Programme, International Institute for Labour Studies Spaces for change?
Social Protection, Decent Work and Development'. Discussion paper no Education and Outreach Programme, International Institute for Labour Studies Spaces for change? The Politics of Citizen Participation in New Democratic Arenas. Saith, A. (2004) 'Social Protection, Decent Work and Development'. Discussion paper no. DP/152/2004.
Men, Gender and Development. This much needed book poses serious and timely questions about the scope and purpose of gender and development theory and practice. This work argues that we need to pay more attention to understanding men and masculinities. 1. Men and Masculinities: New Directions in Gender and Development - Frances Cleaver. 2. Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities - Prem Vijayan. 3. Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States - A Case Study of Northern Uganda - Chris Dolan.
Masculinities matter!: Men, gender and development. Men and masculinities: New directions in gender and development. Masculinities matter, 1-27, 2002.
Cleaver, F. Masculinities matter! 2002 - Zed Books - London. Your Bibliography: Cornwall, . Edström, J. and Greig, A. (2011). In-text: (Cleaver, 2002). Your Bibliography: Cleaver, F. (2002). Masculinities matter!. London: Zed Books, p. -27. Pearson, R. All change? Men, women and reproductive work in the global economy. 2000 - The European J. of Development Res. In-text: (Pearson, 2000). Your Bibliography: Pearson, R. (2000). The European J. of Development Re. 12(2), p. 19-237.
involve men (Kimmel in Cleaver, 2002) Time: Monday . 0-10. Masculinities Matter Blumberg, R Lesser et al. (ed. uk) Office hours: Tuesday 1. 0-12. 00 My office is Room . 0 in the Chrystal MacMillan Building. Tel: 760 This document contains important information about the course, please read through it carefully. Gender studies and development studies are both interdisciplinary in orientation, and touch on issues as diverse as work & family life; health & population; labour & international economic change.
In Masculinities matter! Men, gender and development, ed. Frances Cleaver, 1–27. Fused in combat: Gender relations and armed conflict. In Development, women and war: Feminist perspectives, ed. Haleh Afshar and Deborah Eade, 152–171. When silence makes history: Gender and memories of war violence from Somalia. In Anthropology of violence and conflict, ed. Betina E. Schmidt and Ingo W. Schroder, 161–175.
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Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender, and Development. In a series of articles, the authors examine nuances of gender and the ever-evolving gender roles throughout Latin America
Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender, and Development. New York: Zed Books, 2002. E-mail Citation . Is a collection of essays that focus on men and masculinities in different cultures and communities. Cleaver includes articles that range from masculinity in northern Uganda to Hindu patriarchy to the Cuban machista. Coronado, Juan David In a series of articles, the authors examine nuances of gender and the ever-evolving gender roles throughout Latin America. Gutmann, Matthew C. Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003.