Gender and Globalization in Asia and the Pacific: Method, Practice, Theory (Google eBook)
Kathy E. Ferguson, Monique Mironesco
University of Hawaii Press, 2008 - Political Science - 420 pages
What is globalization? How is it gendered? How does it work in Asia and the Pacific? The authors of the sixteen original and innovative essays presented here take fresh stock of globalization's complexities. They pursue critical feminist inquiry about women, gender, and sexualities and produce original insights into changing life patterns in Asian and Pacific Island societies. Each essay puts the lives and struggles of women at the center of its examination while weaving examples of global circuits in Asian and Pacific societies into a world frame of analysis.
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