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Gender, Globalisation and Development, 2021/22, Semester 1
Dr Lisa Thorley
L.Thorley@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Gender, Globalisation and Development, 2020/21, Semester F05Dr Lisa ThorleyL.Thorley@leeds.ac.ukTutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue On this page:

 

PIED5255M Reading List 

Books, Journals and Research Sources

Visvanathan, N. (2011). The women, gender and development reader (Second edition.). London: Zed Books. Core 

Seager, J.(2018) The Women's Atlas. Latvia. Penguine. Core 

 

Journals- This is list is an example of where to look. Please also check other journals. 

• Feminist review..

• Feminist Studies..

• Gender & society.

• Gender, place and culture : a journal of feminist geography.

• International feminist journal of politics.

• Signs.

• Women's studies international forum. (formally WSI Quarterly)

Also:

• Area.

• Development in practice.

• Gender and development.

• Feminist economics..

• IDS bulletin..

• Violence against women.

Websites:

* Eldis – online development database, gender section: http://www.eldis.org/go/topics/resource-guides/gender

* Siyanda - online database of gender and development materials: http://www.siyanda.org/

• The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID): http://www.awid.org/

• Beijing Reports: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/confer/beijing/reports/

• Center for Women's Global Leadership: http://www.cwgl.rutgers.edu/

• Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era: http://www.dawnnet.org/

 Equity now: https://www.equalitynow.org/

• Fundamentalisms: A web resource for women's human rights: http://www.whrnet.org/fundamentalisms/index.html   

• U.N. Beijing Platform for Action: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/beijing/platform/plat1.htm

• UN CEDAW http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/cedaw/

• http://www.un-instraw.org/en/docs/mensroles/2   

• Women's Human Rights net (WHRnet): http://www.whrnet.org/  

• The World Bank- they have a gender division: https://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/gender  

Statistical data- 

Gender Inequality index: http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/gender-inequality-index-gii Core 

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Reading by week

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Seminar Week One - Introduciton, what is Gender, Globalisation and Development?

Gender 

Connell, R. W (2009) Gender. 2nd ed Great Britain. Polity. Core    

Corbett, G. (1991). Gender  . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cameron, Debbie and Scanlon, Joan (2010), "Talking about Gender" Edited seminar presentation, London Feminist Network's 'Feminar', May 2010, Trouble and Strife  http://www.troubleandstrife.org/? page_id=527 

Jackson, S. and Scott, S. (eds) (2002) Gender a Sociological Reader. Routledge. Padstow.    

Johnson, A. (2005) The Gender Knot: Unravelling our Patriarchal legacy. 2nd ed. Temple University Press. USA.

Kimmel, M. (2004) The Gendered Society. USA. Oxford University Press.    

Oakley, A. (1985) Sex, Gender and SocietyTrowbridge. Gower Publishing Company Limited.

Oyěwùmí, O. (2002) Conceptualizing Gender: The Eurocentric Foundations of Feminist Concepts and the Challenge of African EpistemologiesJENdA. A Journal of Culture and African Women’s studies. 2:1   

Walby, S. (1990) Theorizing Patriarchy. Padstow. Basil Blackwell.    

Globalisation 

Benería, Lourdes, 2003. Gender, development, and globalization : economics as if all people mattered. London: Routledge  Core   

 Kaplinsky, R. (2005). Globalization, poverty and inequality : between a rock and a hard place . Cambridge: Polity.

 Manju Sharma. (2015). Process and Impact of Globalization in Nepalese Women. Dhaulagiri Journal of Sociology and Anthropology9, 128–146.   

Development 

Chambers, R. (1997). Whose reality counts? : putting the first last . London: Intermediate Technology.

Willis, K. (2011), (2nd. edn.) Theories and practices of development (3rd Edition about to be published) Core 

Papaioannou, T., & Butcher, M. (2013). International development in a changing world . London: Bloomsbury Academic. See Brown and Hanlin 

Other usuful Develoment texts- you do not have to read all of these.

Allen, T. & Thomas, A. (eds.) (2000), Poverty and development into the 21st century

Brett, E.A. (2008) Reconstructing development theory : international inequality, institutional reform and social emancipation

Chant, S. & McIlwaine, C. (2008), Geographies of development in the 21st century : an introduction to the global south

 Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century

Hopper, P. (2012), Understanding development : issues and debates

Kingsbury, D, McKay, J, Hunt, J, McGillivray, M & Clarke, M, (2008), International development : issues and challenges

Kothari, U. & Minogue, M. (eds.) (2002), Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

Kothari, U. (ed.) (2005), A radical history of development studies : individuals, institutions and ideologies.

Rapley, J. (2007), (3rd. edn.) Understanding development : theory and practice in the Third World

Sumner, A. and Tribe, M. (2008), International development studies : theories and methods in research and practice

 Pearson, R. (2005), ‘The Rise and Rise of Gender and Development’ in Kothari, U. (ed.) A radical history of development studies : individuals, institutions and ideologies London: Zed Books

Smyth, I. (2007), ‘Talking of gender: words and meanings in development organisations’, Development in practice.. 17:4-5

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Seminar Week Two - Conceptualising gender, globalisation and development

Recommended Reading:

Benería, Lourdes (2003) Introduction. In Benería, L. Gender, development, and globalization : economics as if all people mattered. London: Routledge  Core   

Davids, T., & Van Driel, F. (2009). The Unhappy Marriage between Gender and Globalisation. Third World Quarterly30(5), 905–920. Core 

Kerr, Joanne (2000) ‘Responding to Globalization: Can feminists transform development? ’ In Porter, M. & Judd, E., Feminists doing development : a practical critique. London: Zed Books

Pearson, R. (2000). Moving the goalposts: Gender and globalisation in the twenty-first century. Gender & Development8(1), 10–19.

Molyneux, M. (1985) Mobilisation Without Emancipation? Women's Interests, the State and Revolution in Nicaragua. Feminist Studies.. Vol.II

Moser, C. (1989). Gender planning in the Third World : meeting practical and strategic gender needs. In World development (Vol. 17). Core 

Moser, C. (1993) Gender Planning and Development: Theory, Practice and Training. London.Routledge. Core 

Rai, S. (2008) Introduction. In Rai, S. The gender politics of development : essays in hope and despair. London: Zed Books.

Further Reading:

Cornwall, A., E. Harrison, et al. (2007). Introduction: Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges. A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

Elson, D. (ed.) (1990), Male bias in the development process Manchester: Manchester University Press.  Core   

Eyben, R. and Napier Moore, Rebecca (2010). Choosing Words with Care? Shifting meanings of women's empowerment in international development. Third world quarterly., 30:2, 285-300

Kabeer, N. (1994), ‘The Emergence of Women as a Constituency in Development’ in Kabeer, Reversed realities : gender hierarchies in development thought London: Verso

Kerr, Joanne, 2000. ‘Responding to Globalization: Can feminists transform development? ’ in Porter, M. & Judd, E., Feminists doing development : a practical critique London: Zed Books  Core  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 08/09/2021) 

Pearson, R. (1992) ‘Gender Matters in Development’ in Allen, T. and Thomas, A. (eds.), Poverty and development in the 1990s Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Molyneux, M. (1985), ‘Mobilisation Without Emancipation? Women's Interests, the State and Revolution in Nicaragua’, Feminist Studies. Vol.II

Molyneux, Maxine and Razavi, Shahra, 2002. Gender Justice, Development and Rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Moser, C. (1989) ‘Gender Planning in the Third World: Meeting Practical and Strategic Gender Needs’, World development.. 17:11

Razavi, S. and Miller, C. (1995), ‘ From WID to GAD : conceptual shifts in the women and development discourse: UNRISD Occasional Paper No. 1 for the Fourth Conference on Women in Beijing, Available online

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Seminar Week Three -  Agencies, mainstreaming and targeting: Transforming development or transforming gender?

Recommended Reading:

Caglar, G. (2013). Gender mainstreaming. Politics and Gender9(3), 336–344.

Eerdewijk, D. (2014). Escaping the mythical beast: Gender mainstreaming reconceptualised. Journal of International Development26(3), 303–316    

Hickel, J. (2014) The ‘girl effect’: liberalism, empowerment and the contradictions of development, Third World Quarterly, 35:8, 1355-1373.    

Mannell, J. (2012) ‘It's just been such a horrible experience.’ Perceptions of gender mainstreaming by practitioners in South African organisations, Gender & Development, 20:3, 423-434    

Mukhopadhyay, M. (2014) Mainstreaming Gender or Reconstituting the Mainstream? Gender Knowledge in Development. Journal of international development., 26 pp.356–367

Parpart, J. (2014) Exploring The Transformative Potential of Gender Mainstreaming in International Development Institutions. Journal of international development., 26, 382-395

Prügl, E. (2009). Does Gender Mainstreaming Work? International feminist journal of politics.. 11(2): 174-195

Razavi, S. (2009) Everywhere/Nowhere: Gender Mainstreaming in Development Agencies. Feminist Economics.15 (1): 144-147.    

Standing, H. (2007). Gender, myth and fable: the perils of mainstreaming in sector bureaucracies. Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges . A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

Woodford-Berger, P. (2007). Gender mainstreaming: what is it (about) and should we continue doing it? Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges. A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

Further Reading:

AWID (2004), ‘Gender Mainstreaming: Can it Work for Women’s Rights? ’, Spotlight:3 www.awid.org

Baden, S. and Goetz, A.M. (1998), ‘Who Needs [Sex] When You Can Have [Gender]? Conflicting discourses on gender at Beijing’ in Feminist visions of development : gender analysis and policy : London: Routledge

Sainsbury, D. and C. Bergqvist (2009). "The Promise and Pitfalls of Gender Mainstreaming: The Swedish Case." International feminist journal of politics. 11 (2): 216-234

Buvinic, M. (1986) ‘Projects for Women in the Third World: Explaining Their Misbehaviour’, World development.. 14.5: 653–664

Cornwall, Andrea, Harrison, Elizabeth & Whitehead, Ann (eds) (2007), Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges: Zed Books

Kabeer, N. (2003), Gender mainstreaming in poverty eradication and the millennium development goals : a handbook for policy-makers and other stakeholders. London: Commonwealth Secretariat, International Development Research Centre

Kabeer, Naila and Subrahmanian, Ramya ( 2000), Institutions, relations and outcomes : framework and tools for gender-aware planning, Institute of Development Studies

Kerr, J. (2006), ‘Women’s Rights in Development’, Development. 49:1

March, C, and Mukhopadhyay M, A guide to gender-analysis frameworks, esp. Introduction and chapter on the Gender Analysis Matrix (GAM)

Moser, C. (1989), ‘Gender Planning in the Third World: meeting practical and strategic gender needs’, World development. 17:11

Moser, C. (1989), Gender planning and development : theory, practice and training, London: Routledge

Moult, K. (2008). "Paradigm Busters or Poor Cousins? : University-Based Research Units Working on Gender Reform in South Africa." Feminist Criminology 3 (4): 276-302

Mehra, R. and G. Rao Gupta (2006). Gender Mainstreaming: Making It Happen, International Center for Research on Women Available: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTGENDER/Resources/MehraGuptaGenderMainstreamingMakingItHappen.pdf   

Porter, F, Smyth, I, and Sweetman, C, (1999), Gender works : Oxfam experience in policy and practice

Porter, F. and Sweetman, C. (2005), ‘Editorial’, Gender and development. 13:2 (and entire issue)

Prügl, E. (2009). "Does Gender Mainstreaming Work? " International feminist journal of politics. 11(2): 174-195

Rao, A. (2006), ‘Making Institutions Work for Women’, Development. 49:1

Rao, Aruna; Anderson, Mary B. and Overholt, Catherine A. (1991), Gender analysis in development planning : a case book, Kumarian Press

Smyth, I. (2007), ‘Talking of gender: words and meanings in development organisations’, Development in practice. 17:4-5

Standing, H. (2007). Gender, myth and fable: the perils of mainstreaming in sector bureaucracies. Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges . A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

Subrahmanian, R. (2007). Making sense of gender in shifting institutional contexts: some reflections on gender mainstreaming. Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges. A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

UNDP (2007), Gender Mainstreaming in Practice: A Toolkit. Available: http://iknowpolitics.org/en/2007/08/gender-mainstreaming-practice-handbook

United Nations (2001), Gender Mainstreaming: An Overview. Available: https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/e65237.pdf

Woodford-Berger, P. (2007). Gender mainstreaming: what is it (about) and should we continue doing it? Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges. A. Cornwall, E. Harrison and A. Whitehead. London, Zed

Also: Mainstreaming / HIV / AIDS / Case Study Nigeria. Available: http://www.unifem.org/resources/item_detail.php? ProductID=93   

Special issue on mainstreaming in education: Compare, Volume 40, Issue 4 July 2010, pages 405 - 423

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Seminar Week Four - Poverty, poverty reduction and the feminisation of poverty

Recommended Reading:

Bentley, K. (2004). Women’s human rights & the feminisation of poverty in South Africa. Review of African Political Economy31(100), 247–261

The Feminisation of Poverty: Myth or Reality? (28). In Marx, Women, and Capitalist Social Reproduction: Marxist Feminist Essays (Vol. 169, pp. 210–233). See Chapter 9 Core 

Chant, S. (2007). Gender, generation and poverty : exploring the “feminisation of poverty” in Africa, Asia and Latin America  . Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Core 

Chant, S. (2008) The ‘Feminization of Poverty’ and the ‘Feminization’ of Anti-poverty Programmes: Room for Revision? The journal of development studies., 4 4:2, pp. 165--‐197. 

Gill, G. (2012). Feminisation of poverty: rural Indian women and the environment. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly63(2), 291–315. 

Jones, N. and Holmes, R. (2011) Why is Social Protection Gender-Blind? The Politics of Gender and Social Protection. IDS bulletin. 42 (6), pp. 45-52 (also: http://www.odi.org/sites/odi.org.uk/files/odi-assets/publications-opinion-files/8278.mp3 )   

Molyneux, M. (2006) ‘Mothers at the Service of the New Poverty Agenda: PROGRESA / Oportunidades Mexico’s Conditional Transfer Programme’, Social policy & administration., 40:4, pp. 425--‐449.

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Week Five - Household work, informal work and the division of labour

Recommended Reading:

 Chant, S. (2014). Exploring the “feminisation of poverty” in relation to women’s work and home-based enterprise in slums of the global south. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship6(3), 296–316.

 Kabeer, N. (1991) Gender, production and well-being: Rethinking the household economy. (IDS Discussion Paper) Brighton. University of Sussex.

Kabeer, N. (1994) Reversed realities: Gender hierarchies and development thought. London. Verso.

Kabeer, N. (1995) Necessary, sufficient or irrelevant? Women’s wages and the inter houeshold power relations in urban Bangladesh. IDS working paper. 25. Brighton. IDS.

Kabeer, N. (1999) Resources, agency, achievements: Reflections on the measurement of women’s empowerment. Development and Change. 30 (3): 435-464.

Kabber, N. (2000) The Power to Choose. Bangladeshi Women and Labour Market Decisions in London and Dhaka. Guilford and King’s Lynn. Verso.

Kabeer, N. (2012) Women’s economic empowerment and inclusive growth: labour markets and enterprise development. SIG Working Paper. Available at: http://www.idrc.ca/EN/Documents/NK-WEE-Concept-Paper.pdf   

Sen, Amartya K., 1990. ‘Gender and Cooperative Conflicts’ in Tinker, Irene (ed). Persistent inequalities : women and world development Oxford: Oxford University Press [And Chapters 9 and 10) Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Further Reading:

Arregui, M, (1991) Free Trade Zones and Women Workers. FROM: Wallace, Tina, Changing perceptions : writings on gender and development . pp.30-38. Oxford: Oxfam.

Benería, L. & Feldman, S. (1992) Unequal burden: economic crises, persistent poverty, and women's work, Oxford: Westview

Benería, Lourdes and Roldán, Martha, 1987. The crossroads of class & gender : industrial homework, subcontracting, and household dynamics in Mexico City : London: University of Chicago Press

Benería, Lourdes (ed.), 1982. Women and development : the sexual division of labor in rural societies : a study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme New York: Praeger

Benería, Lourdes, 2003. Gender, development, and globalization : economics as if all people mattered. London: Routledge

Bradshaw, S. 2008. From structural adjustment to social adjustment: a gendered analysis of conditional cash transfer programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua. Global Social Policy, 8: 188–207.

Cook, Sarah and Razavi, Shahra (2013). “Work and Welfare: Revisiting the Linkages from a Gender Perspective.” Social Policies for Inclusive and Sustainable Development
Paper No.: 7, UNRISD Research Paper Available: http://www.unrisd.org/80256B3C005BCCF9/%28httpPublications%29/F52656072DF9EBB2C1257AD9004657C5? OpenDocument   

Elson, D. (1999), Labour markets as gendered institutions: equality, efficiency and empowerment issues, World development., 27:3

Elson, Diane (ed.). 1991. Male bias in the development process. Manchester: Manchester University Press

ILO, Global employment trends for women 2004 http://www.ilo.org/public/english/employment/strat/download/trendsw.pdf

Kromhout, M. 2000. ‘Women and Livelihood Strategies: A Case of Coping with Economic Crisis Through Household Management in Paramarimbo, Suriname’, in Marchand and Runyan, Gender and global restructuring : sightings, sites and resistances , London: Routledge

Mitter, S. (1994) ‘On Organising Women in Casualised Work: A global overview’, in Rowbotham, S. & Mitter, S., Dignity and daily bread : new forms of economic organising among poor women in the Third World and the First London: Routledge

Pearson, Ruth (2004) 'Organising home-based workers in the global economy: an action-research approach', Development in practice, 14:1, 136 - 148

Pearson, R. 1997. ‘Re-negotiating the reproductive bargain: Gender analysis of the economic transition in Cuba in the 1990s’. Development and Change, Vol. 28

Peréz Sáinz, J.P. and Menjívar Larín, R. (1994), ‘Central American Men and Women in the Urban Informal Sector’, Journal of Latin American studies. 26:2 431-447

Silva, Elizabeth (2010) ‘Maids, machines and morality in Brazilian homes’ Feminist review. 94:1

UNIFEM (2005),Progress of the World’s Women 2005: Women, Work and Poverty Available: http://www.unwomen.org/en/digital-library/publications/2005/1/progress-of-the-world-s-women-2005-women-work-and-poverty

Also:

ILO on gender: http://www.ilo.org/public/english/region/ampro/cinterfor/temas/informal/genero/index.htm

Homeworkers Worldwide http://www.homeworkersww.org.uk/home   

Websites

http://www.genderaction.org/images/PRSPs&Gender-GTZ.pdf

http://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/english/topics/gender/voices. htm

http://ictfordevelopment.wordpress.com/category/gender/

http://www.prolefeedstudios.com/catalog/betterfutures/betterfu tures.html

http://kilm.ilo.org/GET2004/DOWNLOAD/trendsw.pdf

http://www.ilo.org/public/english/region/ampro/cinterfor/temas/informal/genero/index.htm

http://www.bridge.ids.ac.uk/reports/re61.pdf   

Homeworkers Worldwide http://www.homeworkersww.org.uk/home   

Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO) http://www.wiego.org/

Self Employed Women’s Association http://www.sewa.org/

 

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 Seminar Week Six - Global markets, global work and global solutions? 

Recommended Reading:

Alamgir, F., & Alakavuklar, O. (2018). Compliance Codes and Women Workers’ (Mis)representation and (Non)recognition in the Apparel Industry of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Ethics, 1–16.

Batiwala, S. (2007) Taking the power out of empowerment – an experiential account. Development in practice., 17 (4-5), pp. 557-565

Gibbs, A., Jewkes, R., Willan, S., Al Mamun, M., Parvin, K., Yu, M., & Naved, R. (2019). Workplace violence in Bangladesh’s garment industry. Social Science & Medicine235, 112383. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.112383

Hasnain, G., Akter, M., Sharafat, S., & Mahmuda, A. (2014). Morbidity patterns, nutritional status, and healthcare-seeking behavior of female garment workers in Bangladesh. Electronic Physician6(2), 801–807.

Kabeer, N. (2005) Is Microcredit a ‘Magic Bullet’ for Women’s Empowerment? Analysis of Findings from South Asia. Economic and political weekly., 40 (44/45). pp. 4709-4718. Core 

Karim, L. (2014). Analyzing Women’s Empowerment: Microfinance and Garment Labor in Bangladesh. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs38(2), 153–166 Core 

Pearson, R. (1998), ‘‘Nimble Fingers’ revisited: Reflections on women and Third World Industrialisation in the late twentieth century’ in Jackson, C. and Pearson, R. (eds.) Feminist visions of development : gender analysis and policy, London: Routledge

WomenWatch (2011), Gender Equality and Trade Policy – Resource Paper, New York: Inter‐agency Network on Women and Gender Equality (IANGWE). Available online at: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/feature/trade/gender_equality_and_trade_policy.pdf

Further Reading:

Arregui, M. and Baez, C. (1991) ‘Free Trade Zones and Women Workers’ in Wallace, Tina & March, Candida (eds.), Changing perceptions : writings on gender and development

Barrientos et al. (2003), ‘A Gendered Value Chain Approach to Codes of Conduct in African Horticulture’, World development., 31:9, p1516

Benería, L. & Feldman, S. (1992) Unequal burden : economic crises, persistent poverty, and women's work, Oxford: Westview

Elson, D. and Pearson, R. (1981), ‘Nimble Fingers Make Cheap Workers: An Analysis of Women’s Employment in Third World Export Manufacturing’, Feminist review. 7

Jenkins, Rhys, Pearson, Ruth and Seyfang, Gill (eds) (2002) Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy. London: Earthscan.

Lim, Linda Y.C., 1990. Women’s Work in Export Factories: The Politics of a Cause’ in Tinker, Irene (ed). Persistent inequalities : women and world development. Oxford: Oxford University Press [contrast with Razavi 1999 below]

Munck, R., 2000. ‘Labour in the Global: challenges and Prospects’ in Cohen and Rai (eds.), Global Social Movements. Athlone Press

Pearson (2007) “Reassessing paid work and women’s empowerment: lessons from the global economy”, Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations, and challenges , London: Zed Books

Razavi, Shahra, 1999. ‘Export-Oriented Employment, Poverty and Gender: Contested Accounts’. Development and Change 30:3

Razavi, S. and Pearson, R., 2004, ‘Globalization, Export-oriented Employment and Social Policy: Gendered Connections’, in R. Pearson, S. Razavi and C. Danloy (eds), Globalization, export-orientated employment, and social policy : gendered connections, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Razavi, S. (2012), ' World Development Report 2012: Gender Equality and Development - A Commentary' Development and Change, 43:1, pp.423-437

Sen, Gita, 1996. “Gender, markets and state: a selective review and research agenda”, in World development., 24(5): 821-829.

UNFPA (2006) ‘A Mighty but Silent River: Women and Migration’ in A Passage to Hope: Women and International Migration, UNFPA State of the World Population Series, New York: United Nations Population Fund. Available: http://www.unfpa.org/swp/2006/english/chapter_2/print/chapter_2.html   

Ver Beek, K.A., 2001. ‘Maquiladoras: Exploitation or Emancipation? An Overview of the maquiladora workers in Honduras’. World development., 29:9

Codes of conduct

Barrientos et al. (2003), ‘A Gendered Value Chain Approach to Codes of Conduct in African Horticulture’, World development. 31:9, p1516

Kabeer, Naila. 2004. Globalization, Labor Standards, and Women's Rights: Dilemmas of Collective (In)action in an Interdependent World. Feminist economics. 10(1): 3–25

Pearson, R., Seyfang, G., 2002. ‘I'll tell you what I want....’: women workers and codes of conduct’. In: Jenkins, Rhys, Ruth Person and Gill Seyfang (eds.) Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy, Earthscan

Pearson, R., 2007. ‘Beyond women workers: Gendering Corporate Social Responsibility.’ Third world quarterly.28 (4), pp.731-749

Pearson, R., 2004. ‘Organising home based workers in the global economy: an action research approach’. Development in practice. Vol 14 Nos 1 and 2 Special Issue on Trade Unions and NGOS.

[Please see bibliographies in the above list for further readings on codes of conduct]

Websites:

FLO: Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International is an umbrella organization that unites 20 Labelling Initiatives in 21 countries and Producer Networks representing Fairtrade Certified Producer Organizations in Central and South America, Africa and Asia: www.fairtrade.net

Home Workers Worldwide: http://www.homeworkersww.org.uk/

ILO: The International Labour Organization is a 'tripartite' United Nations agency that brings together representatives of governments, employers and workers to jointly shape policies and programmes: www.ilo.org

ILO on gender: http://www.ilo.org/public/english/region/ampro/cinterfor/temas/informal/gen ero/index.htm

Labour Behind the Label – campaigns around the UK fashion sector: http://www.labourbehindthelabel.org/ AND http://www.nosweat.org.uk/

WIEGO: A global research-policy network that seeks to improve the status of the working poor, especially women, in the informal economy: www.wiego.org

 

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Week Seven - Let's talk about sex: reproductive rights, religion and taboos

Recommended reading:

Balchin, C.(2011). Avoiding some deadly sins: Oxfam learnings and analysis about religion, culture, diversity, and development. Oxfam GB Discussion document, Oxford: Oxfam GB. Available online from: https://jliflc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/dp-avoiding-deadly-sins-religion-culture-120811-en.pdf

Beek K.A.V., 2000. ‘Spirituality: a development taboo’. Development in practice., Vol. 10, No. 1, 1, pp. 31-4

Burdick, J. (1993). Looking for God in Brazil : the progressive Catholic Church in urban Brazil's religious arena. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Cornwall, A. and Jolly, S. (2006) Sexuality Matters. IDS bulletin. 37.5

O’Brien, J. (2017) Can faith and freedom co-exist? When faith-based health providers and women’s needs clash. Gender & Development, 25:1, 37-5. Core 

Togman, R. (2018). Rethinking the effectiveness of family planning in Africa. Journal of Population Research35(1), 67–86.

 Working with Faith-based Organisations: http://www.unfpa.org/upload/lib_pub_file/813_filename_Culture_Matter_II.pdf   

Gender & Development, Volume 14 Issue 3 2006: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=g758084899~db=all   

Women Living under Muslim Laws: http://www.wluml.org/english/index.shtml   

Women Against Fundamentalism: http://womenagainstfundamentalism.org.uk/

Other readings/resources 

Hartman, Betsy, 1995. Reproductive Rights and Wrongs. Rutgers University Press

Malkhoulf Obermeyer, A., 1995. ‘A Cross-cultural perspective on reproductive rights (Islamic perspectives)’, Human Rights Quarterly, 17:2

Mirsky, Judith and Radlett, Marty, 1994. Private decisions, public debate : women, reproduction & population, London: Panos

PANOS, 1998. Women’s Health: Using Human Rights to Gain Reproductive Rights, Briefing No. 32, Dec. 1998. Available: http://www.panos.org.uk/resources/reportdetails.asp? id=1012  

Petchesky, Rosalind P., 1992. Abortion and woman's choice Boston: Northeastern University Press

Petchesky, Rosalind P. and Judd, Karen, 1998. Negotiating reproductive rights : women's perspectives across countries and cultures London: Zed   

Petchesky, Rosalind P., 2003. Global prescriptions : gendering health and human rights , London: Zed

Schuler, S.R. and Hossain, Z., 1998. ‘Family Planning Clinics Through Women’s Eyes and Voices: A Case Study form Rural Bangladesh’, International Family Planning Perspectives, Vol. 24:4

Sen, Amartya, 1990. More than 100 million women are missing. New York Review of Books. 20 Dec 1990. http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/1990/dec/20/more-than-100-million-women-are-missing/? pagination=false

Sen, Amartya, 2003. Editorial: Missing women revisited: Reduction in female mortality has been counterbalanced by sex selective abortions. British Medical Journal, 327, pp: 1297-1298 http://www.bmj.com/content/327/7427/1297.pdf%2Bhtml

Sen, Gita, 1994. Population policies reconsidered : health, empowerment, and rights. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

Valente, Marcela (2011). “Avoidable Maternal Deaths on the Rise” Buenos Aires: IPS, 06/06/11 http://www.ipsnews.net/2011/06/argentina-avoidable-maternal-deaths-on-the-rise/

WHO, Unsafe abortion : global and regional estimates of the incidence of unsafe abortion and associated mortality in 2000 (Fourth edition), World Health Organization, Geneva (2004).

Gender and religion

Special Issue 2009. ‘South Asian Feminisms: Negotiating New Terrains’ Feminist review., February 2009, Vol.91, Iss.1

Amin, Sajeda and Sara Hossain (1995). Women's Reproductive Rights and the Politics of Fundamentalism: A View from Bangladesh. American University Law Review , 44, 1319

Bahramitash R., 2004. Myths and realities of the impact of political Islam on women: female employment in Indonesia and Iran Development in practice. Vol. 14, No.4, pp. 508-520

Balchin, Cassandra (2011). “ Avoiding some deadly sins: Oxfam learnings and analysis about religion, culture, diversity, and development ”. Oxfam GB Discussion document, Oxfam GB, August 2011   

Beek K.A.V., 2000. ‘Spirituality: a development taboo’ Development in practice., Vol. 10, No. 1, 1, pp. 31-43

Bradley, T. (2009). "A call for clarification and critical analysis of the work of faith-based development organizations (FBDO)." Progress in development studies. 9 (2): 101-114

Burdick, J. (1993). Looking for God in Brazil : the progressive Catholic Church in urban Brazil's religious arena. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Carroll, Theodora Foster (1984): Women, religion, and development in the Third World. Praeger, New York NY. # 192.

Cooke, Miriam, 2002. "Multiple Critiques: Islamic Feminist Rhetorical Strategies." In Postcolonialism, feminism and religious discourse. Eds. Donaldson, Laura E. and Kwok Pui-lan. London: Routledge.

Cornelia Butler, Flora, 1975. “Pentecostal Women in Colombia: Religious Change and the Status of Working-Class Women,” Journal of interamerican studies and world affairs. 17:4.

Dolan, Catherine (1999) `Conflict and Compliance: Christianity and the Occult in Horticultural Exporting', Gender and development. 7(1): 23±30.

Drogus, Carol Ann, 1994. Religious Change And Women's Status In Latin America: A Comparison of Catholic Base Communities and Pentecostal Churches Working Paper #205. Available http://www.nd.edu/~kellogg/publications/workingpapers/WPS/205.pdf

Fatou Sow ‘Fundamentalisms, globalisation and women's human rights in Senegal’ Gender and development. Volume 11, Number 1 pp: 69 – 76

Fowler, D. N. M. Faulkner, J. Learman and R. Runnels (2011). The Influence of Spirituality on Service Utilization and Satisfaction for Women Residing in a Domestic Violence Shelter Violence against women. 17:10, 1244-59

Frayssinet, F. (2007, 20/05/2007). "Growth of Evangelical Churches Fueled by 'Personal Touch'." from http://ipsnews.net/news.asp? idnews=37654.    

Gnanadason, A. (1993). No longer a secret : the church and violence against women. Geneva, WCC Publications.

Hawley, John Stratton (Ed.) (1993): Fundamentalism and gender. Oxford University Press, New York NY. https://www.questia-online-library.com/read/79093172? title=1%3A%20Introduction 

Howland, Courtney W (Ed.) (1999): Religious fundamentalisms and the human rights of women. St. Martin's Press, New York

Jamal, Amina (2009) ‘Gendered Islam and modernity in the nation-space: women's modernism in the Jamaat-e-Islami of Pakistan’ Feminist review. 91:1 9-28

Jones, Ben & Petersen, Marie Juul (2011). "Instrumental, Narrow, Normative? Reviewing recent work on religion and development", Third world quarterly., 32:7, 1291-1306

Kent, Alexandra (2011): Global change and moral uncertainty: why do Cambodian women seek refuge in Buddhism? , Global change, peace and security.: (formerly Pacifica Review) 23:3, 405-419

Mahnaz Afkhami, 1995. Faith and freedom : a journal of progressive religion., I.B Tauris

Mai Yamani (ed),1996 Feminism and Islam : legal and literary perspectives, Ithaca Press

Murthy, Ranjani K., 1996. ‘ Fighting female infanticide by working with midwives: an Indian case study. ’ Gender and development.., Vol. 4 Issue 2, p20-27,

Sahgal, Gita and Yuval-Davis, Nira (eds ), 1992. Refusing holy orders : women and fundamentalism in Britain Virago

Suad, Joseph., 1996. ‘ Patriarchy and development in the Arab world’ Gender and development., Vol. 4 Issue 2

T.Saliba, C.Allen and J.Howard, 2002. Gender, politics, and Islam, Chicago University Press

Tyndale W., 2000. ‘Faith and economics in 'development': a bridge across the chasm? ’ Development in practice. , Volume 10, Number 1, 1 February 2000

UNRISD (2011). Religion, Politics and Gender Equality, Research and Policy Brief: 11, Code: RPB 11, Geneva: UNRISD http://www.unrisd.org/unrisd/website/projects.nsf/(httpProjects)/3F3D45E0F8567920C12572B9004180C5? OpenDocument   

Vanita, Ruth (2009) ‘Same-sex weddings, Hindu traditions and modern India’ Feminist review. 91:1 47-60

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Seminar Week Eight -Violence against women

Recommended Reading: 

Flood, M. (2011). "Involving Men in Efforts to End Violence against Women" Men and masculinities.., 14:3

Hearn, J (2012) ‘A multi-faceted power analysis of men's violence to known women: from hegemonic masculinity to the hegemony of men’ The sociological review., 60 (4), pp. 589-610.

Terry, G., & Hoare, J. (2007). Gender-based violence . Oxford: Oxfam GB.    

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Other reading 

Hartman, Betsy, 1995. Reproductive Rights and Wrongs. Rutgers University Press

Malkhoulf Obermeyer, A., 1995. ‘A Cross-cultural perspective on reproductive rights (Islamic perspectives)’, Human Rights Quarterly, 17:2

Mirsky, Judith and Radlett, Marty, 1994. Private decisions, public debate : women, reproduction & population, London: Panos

PANOS, 1998. Women’s Health: Using Human Rights to Gain Reproductive Rights, Briefing No. 32, Dec. 1998. Available: http://www.panos.org.uk/resources/reportdetails.asp? id=1012 

Petchesky, Rosalind P., 1992. Abortion and woman's choice Boston: Northeastern University Press

Petchesky, Rosalind P. and Judd, Karen, 1998. Negotiating reproductive rights : women's perspectives across countries and cultures London: Zed   

Petchesky, Rosalind P., 2003. Global prescriptions : gendering health and human rights , London: Zed

Schuler, S.R. and Hossain, Z., 1998. ‘Family Planning Clinics Through Women’s Eyes and Voices: A Case Study form Rural Bangladesh’, International Family Planning Perspectives, Vol. 24:4

Sen, Amartya, 1990. More than 100 million women are missing. New York Review of Books. 20 Dec 1990. http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/1990/dec/20/more-than-100-million-women-are-missing/? pagination=false

Sen, Amartya, 2003. Editorial: Missing women revisited: Reduction in female mortality has been counterbalanced by sex selective abortions. British Medical Journal, 327, pp: 1297-1298 http://www.bmj.com/content/327/7427/1297.pdf%2Bhtml

Sen, Gita, 1994. Population policies reconsidered : health, empowerment, and rights. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

Valente, Marcela (2011). “Avoidable Maternal Deaths on the Rise” Buenos Aires: IPS, 06/06/11 http://www.ipsnews.net/2011/06/argentina-avoidable-maternal-deaths-on-the-rise/

WHO, Unsafe abortion : global and regional estimates of the incidence of unsafe abortion and associated mortality in 2000 (Fourth edition), World Health Organization, Geneva (2004).

Gender and religion

*‘Editorial’, 1995. Gender and development. , Feb 1995, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1-6

*Special issue of Gender and development. , Mar 1999, Vol. 7 Issue 1

Special Issue, 2006. ‘ Islam, Gender and Human Rights’ Women's studies international forum. Volume 29, Issue 4 pp. 331-432 (July-August 2006)

Special Issue 2009. ‘South Asian Feminisms: Negotiating New Terrains’ Feminist review., February 2009, Vol.91, Iss.1

Amin, Sajeda and Sara Hossain (1995). Women's Reproductive Rights and the Politics of Fundamentalism: A View from Bangladesh. American University Law Review , 44, 1319

Bahramitash R., 2004. Myths and realities of the impact of political Islam on women: female employment in Indonesia and Iran Development in practice. Vol. 14, No.4, pp. 508-520

Balchin, Cassandra (2011). “ Avoiding some deadly sins: Oxfam learnings and analysis about religion, culture, diversity, and development ”. Oxfam GB Discussion document, Oxfam GB, August 2011   

Beek K.A.V., 2000. ‘Spirituality: a development taboo’ Development in practice., Vol. 10, No. 1, 1, pp. 31-43

Bradley, T. (2009). "A call for clarification and critical analysis of the work of faith-based development organizations (FBDO)." Progress in development studies. 9 (2): 101-114

Burdick, J. (1993). Looking for God in Brazil : the progressive Catholic Church in urban Brazil's religious arena. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Carroll, Theodora Foster (1984): Women, religion, and development in the Third World. Praeger, New York NY. # 192.

Cooke, Miriam, 2002. "Multiple Critiques: Islamic Feminist Rhetorical Strategies." In Postcolonialism, feminism and religious discourse. Eds. Donaldson, Laura E. and Kwok Pui-lan. London: Routledge.

Cornelia Butler, Flora, 1975. “Pentecostal Women in Colombia: Religious Change and the Status of Working-Class Women,” Journal of interamerican studies and world affairs. 17:4.

Dolan, Catherine (1999) `Conflict and Compliance: Christianity and the Occult in Horticultural Exporting', Gender and development. 7(1): 23±30.

Drogus, Carol Ann, 1994. Religious Change And Women's Status In Latin America: A Comparison of Catholic Base Communities and Pentecostal Churches Working Paper #205. Available http://www.nd.edu/~kellogg/publications/workingpapers/WPS/205.pdf

Fatou Sow ‘Fundamentalisms, globalisation and women's human rights in Senegal’ Gender and development. Volume 11, Number 1 pp: 69 – 76

Fowler, D. N. M. Faulkner, J. Learman and R. Runnels (2011). The Influence of Spirituality on Service Utilization and Satisfaction for Women Residing in a Domestic Violence Shelter Violence against women. 17:10, 1244-59

Frayssinet, F. (2007, 20/05/2007). "Growth of Evangelical Churches Fueled by 'Personal Touch'." from http://ipsnews.net/news.asp? idnews=37654.   

Gnanadason, A. (1993). No longer a secret : the church and violence against women. Geneva, WCC Publications.

Hawley, John Stratton (Ed.) (1993): Fundamentalism and gender. Oxford University Press, New York NY. https://www.questia-online-library.com/read/79093172? title=1%3A%20Introduction 

Howland, Courtney W (Ed.) (1999): Religious fundamentalisms and the human rights of women. St. Martin's Press, New York

Jamal, Amina (2009) ‘Gendered Islam and modernity in the nation-space: women's modernism in the Jamaat-e-Islami of Pakistan’ Feminist review. 91:1 9-28

Jones, Ben & Petersen, Marie Juul (2011). "Instrumental, Narrow, Normative? Reviewing recent work on religion and development", Third world quarterly., 32:7, 1291-1306

Kent, Alexandra (2011): Global change and moral uncertainty: why do Cambodian women seek refuge in Buddhism? , Global change, peace and security.: (formerly Pacifica Review) 23:3, 405-419

Mahnaz Afkhami, 1995. Faith and freedom : a journal of progressive religion., I.B Tauris

Mai Yamani (ed),1996 Feminism and Islam : legal and literary perspectives, Ithaca Press

Murthy, Ranjani K., 1996. ‘ Fighting female infanticide by working with midwives: an Indian case study. ’ Gender and development.., Vol. 4 Issue 2, p20-27,

Sahgal, Gita and Yuval-Davis, Nira (eds ), 1992. Refusing holy orders : women and fundamentalism in Britain Virago

Suad, Joseph., 1996. ‘ Patriarchy and development in the Arab world’ Gender and development., Vol. 4 Issue 2

T.Saliba, C.Allen and J.Howard, 2002. Gender, politics, and Islam, Chicago University Press

Tyndale W., 2000. ‘Faith and economics in 'development': a bridge across the chasm? ’ Development in practice. , Volume 10, Number 1, 1 February 2000

UNRISD (2011). Religion, Politics and Gender Equality, Research and Policy Brief: 11, Code: RPB 11, Geneva: UNRISD http://www.unrisd.org/unrisd/website/projects.nsf/(httpProjects)/3F3D45E0F8567920C12572B9004180C5? OpenDocument   

Vanita, Ruth (2009) ‘Same-sex weddings, Hindu traditions and modern India’ Feminist review. 91:1 47-60 

 

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 Seminar Week Nine - The prospects for Sustainable Development Goals to improve gender equality

Recommended Reading:

Kabeer, Naila (2005) Gender equality and women’s empowerment: a critical analysis of the third Millennium Development Goal. Gender and development. 13 (1), pp.13-24

Saith, A. (2006), From Universal Values to Millennium Development Goals: Lost in Translation. Development and Change, 37: 1167–1199.

Satterthwaite, David (2003), The Millennium Development Goals and poverty reduction: great expectations and nonsense statistics, Environment and urbanization. Vol 15, No 2, IIED, London, pages 181-190.

Women’s Major Group (2014) Women’s Major Group Response to the Secretary General’s Synthesis Report “The Road to Dignity by 2030” www.womenmajorgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/WMGResponsetoSGSynthesisReport_18Dec.pdf

Further Reading:

Sources on MDGs

Antrobus, P. (2005). Critiquing the MDGs from a Caribbean Perspective. Gender and development. Vol. 13, No. 1, Millennium Development Goals (Mar., 2005), pp. 94-104

AWID (2013). Have the Millennium Development Goals promoted gender equality and women’s rights? Expert paper prepared by: AWID for UN Women In collaboration with ECLAC, Expert Group Meeting, Structural and policy constraints in achieving the MDGs for women and girls EGM/MDG/EP.12, October 2013

Barton, Carol (2005). Women's Movements and Gender Perspectives on the Millennium Development Goals. In United Nations Development Program Civil Society Unit, Civil Society Perspectives on the Millennium Development Goals, March.

Ford, L. (2015). What is the millennium development goal on gender equality all about? The Guardian – Global Development, 26 March 2015 http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2015/mar/26/millennium-development-goal-three-gender-equality-explainer (and http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2015/mar/26/millennium-development-goals-empowered-women-mdgs-gender-parity )

Ghorbani, M. (2014) Conflict, Poverty And Climate Change Remain Challenges To Achieving The MDGs In Ivory Coast, Should Be Priorities Post 2015. AWID Friday File https://www.awid.org/news-and-analysis/conflict-poverty-and-climate-change-remain-challenges-achieving-mdgs-ivory-coast

Hulme. D. (2010) "Lessons from the Making of the Millennium Development Goals:Human Development Meets Results-based Management in an Unfair World." IDS bulletin. Special Issue -The MDGs and Beyond 41:1, 15-25

Johnson, R. (2005). Not a sufficient condition: the limited relevance of the gender MDG to women’s progress. Gender and development. 13:1, March 2005

Kinoti, K. (2005) Demystifying The Millennium Development Goal Processes: An Interview With Joanna Kerr. AWID Resource Net, Friday File Issue 213 http://www.awid.org/layout/set/print/Library/Demystifying-the-Millennium-Development-Goal-Processes-An-Interview-with-Joanna-Kerr 

Sen, Gita and Mukherjee, Avanti (2014), "No Empowerment without Rights, No Rights without Politics: Gender-equality, MDGs and the post-2015 Development Agenda" Journal of human development and capabilities., 15(2)

Sweetman, C (ed.) (2005) Gender and the millennium development goals, Focus on Gender Series, Oxfam GB.

Third world quarterly. – Special Issue: The Millennium Development Goals: challenges, prospects and opportunities http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/CTWQ/32/1#.VTEzbWTBzGc

Tolmay, S. and Craviotto, N. (2014) UNGA69: Human Rights And Financing For Development In The Post-2015 Agenda. AWID Friday File https://www.awid.org/news-and-analysis/unga69-human-rights-and-financing-development-post-2015-agenda

Turshen, M. (2014) A global partnership for development and other unfulfilled promises of the millennium project, Third world quarterly., 35:3, 345-357

Unterhalter, E. (2009). Gender and poverty reduction: The challenge of intersection. Agenda.: Empowering Women for Gender Equity - Special Issue: Gender and poverty reduction 23:81, 14-24

Woodford-Berger, P. (2012) Repoliticizing feminism in gender and development policy: Where are women’s rights perspectives in the MDGs? http://naiforum.org/2012/03/repoliticizing-feminism-in-gender-and-development-policy/   

Sources on SDGs

Abelenda, A. I. (2014) A Feminist Perspective on the Post-2015 Development Agenda The Equal Rights Review, Volume Thirteen. 

Hulme, D. (2015). Development in 2015. Manchester Policy Blogs, 05 January 2015 http://blog.policy.manchester.ac.uk/featured/2015/01/development-in-2015/

Mercer, E. (n/d). The Sustainable Development Goals, the post-2015 agenda and future opportunities Eldis. http://www.eldis.org/go/topics/resource-guides/gender/key-issues/gender-and-indicators/the-sustainable-development-goals-the-post-2015-agenda-and-future-opportunities#.VTDB-mRVikp

Scampini, A. (2014) Sustainable Development Goals: Where Do Gender Equality And Women’s Rights Stand? AWID Friday File 28/02/2014 https://www.awid.org/news-and-analysis/sustainable-development-goals-where-do-gender-equality-and-womens-rights-stand

Sen, G. and Mukherjee, A. (2013) No Empowerment without Rights, No Rights without Politics: Gender-equality, MDGs and the post-2015 Development Agenda. Journal of human development and capabilities.: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal for People-Centered Development, 15:2-3, 188-202

Vandermoortele, J. (2014). Post-2015 agenda: mission impossible? Development Studies Research 1:1 223-232

Women’s Major Group (2015) Women’s Major Group Position On UN Post-2015 Development Agenda Indicators http://www.awid.org/News-Analysis/Special-Focus-Post-2015-Development-Agenda/Statements/Statements/Women-s-Major-Group-Position-on-UN-Post-2015-Development-Agenda-Indicators 

Women’s Major Group (2014) Women’s Major Group Response to the Secretary General’s Synthesis Report “The Road to Dignity by 2030” www.womenmajorgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/WMGResponsetoSGSynthesisReport_18Dec.pdf

http://www.unwomen.org/en/what-we-do/post- 2015

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Week 10 Men as Gendered actors 

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Men as gendered actors: whose responsibility?

Recommended Reading: 

- Barker, Gary, and C. Ricardo (2005), Young men and the construction of masculinity in Sub-Saharan Africa : implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence World Bank Social Development Papers: Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Paper No. 26, June 2005 Washington: World Bank. Available online at: http://www-wds.worldbank.org/servlet/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2005/06/23/000012009_20050623134235/Rendered/PDF/327120rev0PAPER0AFR0young0men0WP26.pdf

Chant, Sylvia, (2000) Introduction. Men: A Missing Factor in Gender and Development Policy?. FROM: Chant, Sylvia, Mainstreaming men into gender and development : debates, reflections and experiences. pp.6-15. Oxford: Oxfam. Core 

- Connell, R. W. and Messerschmidt, James W. (2005) Hegemonic Masculinity: Rethinking the Concept. Gender & society. 2005; 19; 829-859

- Cornwall, A., Erdström, J., Greig, A. (2011) ‘Introduction: Politicizing Masculinities in Development’. In: Men and development : politicizing masculinities. London: UK: Zed Books. pp. 1.19 Core 

- Hearn, J (2011) ‘Men changing gender regimes or gender regimes changing men? : Challenges for national and transnational social policy, gender equality and organising with men’. In: Men and development : politicizing masculinities. London: UK: Zed Books. pp. 155-169.

Hearn, J. (2010) Reflecting on men and social policy: Contemporary critical debates and implications for social policy. Critical social policy., 30 (2). pp. 165-188.

McCarry, Melanie (2007). Masculinity studies and male violence: Critique or collusion? . Women's studies international forum. 30: 404-415

Further Reading:

Barker, Gary (2005), Dying to be men : youth, masculinities, and social exclusion. Routledge, London

Barker, Gary, and C. Ricardo (2005), Young men and the construction of masculinity in Sub-Saharan Africa : implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence World Bank Social Development Papers: Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Paper No. 26, June 2006 Washington: World Bank. Available http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/main? pagePK=64193027&piPK=64187937&theSitePK=523679&menuPK=64187510&searchMenuPK=64187283&siteName=WDS&entityID=000012009_20050623134235   

Also video of Gary Barker (ProMundo) conference paper given in Washington, 2006 : http://www.wilsoncenter.org/index.cfm? fuseaction=events.event_summary&event_id=174427# (first five minutes is empty) 

Chant, Sylvia (2000) 'Men in Crisis? Reflections on masculinities, work and family in north-west Costa Rica', European journal of development research., 12, 2, December 2000. (Special issue on men and work)

Chant, S. & M. Gutmann 2000. Introduction. Men: A Missing Factor in Gender and Development Policy? In: S. Chant & M. Gutmann (eds), Mainstreaming men into gender and development : debates, reflections and experiences, pp. 6-15. Oxford, UK, Oxfam Publishing

Chopra, Radhika (guest editor), 2006. ‘Indian masculinities.’ Men and masculinities. v.9, no.2.

Cleaver, Frances (ed.), 2002. Masculinities matter! : men, gender, and development London: Zed Books

Connell, R.W., 1995. Masculinities. Cambridge: Polity

Cornwall, A, 1997. 'Men, Masculinities and Gender in Development' in C. Sweetman (ed.) Men and masculinity. Oxford: Oxfam

Frayssinet, F. (2010) ‘Football Paves the Way to Masculinity Without Violence.’ IPS News 19 July 2010. Available: http://ipsnews.net/news.asp? idnews=52206 

Hatty, Suzanne E., 2000. Masculinities, violence and culture. London: Sage

Kimmel, M.S., Hearn, J. and Connell, R.W. (eds.), 2005. Handbook of studies on men & masculinities, London: Sage

MASVAW Men’s Action for Stopping Violence Against Women, India http://www.sahayogindia.org/masvaw.htm 

Men, masculinities and Gender Relations in Development, Seminar Series, Bradford 1998: https://www.eldis.org/document/A28794

Phillips, T. (2009) ‘Feminism and M-16s: transforming macho policing in Rio: Female drugs unit members on the frontline of battles with gangs in slums’ The Guardian 29 July 2009, Available: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jul/28/rio-female-drugs-policing-brazil 

Seidler, Victor J., 2006. Transforming masculinities : men, cultures, bodies, power, sex, and love. London: Routledge

Seidler, Victor J., 2006. Young men and masculinities : global cultures and intimate lives. London: Zed

Stepping Stones – comments and resources: http://www.steppingstonesfeedback.org

Strier, Roni (2014). Unemployment and Fatherhood: Gender, Culture and National ContextGender, Work and Organization, Early View, Available http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gwao.12044/abstract First published online: 20 JAN 2014 

Sweetman, C. (ed.) , 1997. ‘Men and Masculinity’ . Gender and development., 5:2 June 1997, Oxfam

Sweetman, C. (2001), ‘ Men's involvement in gender and development policy and practice : beyond rhetoric ’, Oxfam Working Papers

Whitehead, S.M. and Barrett, F.J., 2001. The masculinities reader. Cambridge: Polity Press

Wieringa, S.E., Blackwood, E. and Bhaiya A. (eds) 2007. Women's sexualities and masculinities in a globalizing Asia . Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan

Wilkinson, D., 1997. Man myths: Some perceptions from Kenya. Paper prepared for AVSC International, New York: AVSC. Available: www.engenderhealth.org

Wegner, M. N., Landry, L., Wilkinson, D. and Tzanis, J. ‘ Men as Partners in Reproductive Health: From Issues to Action’, International Family Planning Perspectives, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Mar., 1998), pp. 38-42

Zakar, Rubeena; Zakria Zakar, Muhammad and Kraemer, Alexander (2013). Men’s Beliefs and Attitudes Toward Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Pakistan. Violence against women. vol. 19 no. 2, pp.246-268

Conference papers for ESRC Seminar Series on 'Men, Masculinities and Gender Relations in Development'. : https://www.eldis.org/document/A28794

Also http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001377/137780e.pdf

 

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