Gender: A Caribbean Multi-disciplinary Perspective

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Ian Randle Publishers, 1997 - Economic development - 358 pages
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A wide range of research findings, theoretical perspectives and policy prescriptions address gender issues as they relate to: the legal position of women; education; the arts and humanities; a research agenda and policy reform in health-care systems; and agriculture.

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Contents

Some Theoretical
14
Integrating Gender into Sociological Research
26
The Need for an Alternative Analysis
38
Copyright

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