Women, Poverty, and Demographic Change

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Brigida Garcia, Brígida García, Professor-Researcher Centre for Demographic and Urban Studies Brigida Garcia
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 311 pages
Analyse van demografische gevolgen en bepalende factoren inzake de ervaringen van vrouwen in ontwikkelingslanden met armoede. De auteurs benadrukken het belang van integratie van het genderperspectief in bevolkingsstudies. Bevat de volgende bijdragen: Women, poverty, and demographic change: some possible interrelationships over time and space / door Alaka Malwade Basu; Gender inequality in two Nepali settings / door Bhanu B. Niraula en S. Philip Morgan; Quality of life and marital experiences in Mexico / door Orlandina de Oliveira; Adolescent women in Buenos Aires: the influence of social class and gender images on reproductive behaviour / door Edith A. Pantelides, Graciela Infesta Domínguez en Rosa N. Geldstein; Levels of childbearing, contraception, and abortion in Brazil: differentials by poverty status / door Susheela Singh en Mario Monteiro; Daughters and wives: marital status, poverty, and young women's employment in Sri Lanka / door Anju Malhotra en Deborah S. DeGraff; Class and gender in rural Pakistan: differentials in economic activity / door Zeba Sathar en Sonalde Desai; Female migration in relation to female labour force participation: implications for the alleviation of poverty / door Hania Zlotnik; Women's status and demographic change: the case of Mexico-US migration / door Katharine M. Donato en Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni; Household social dynamics and the retention of rural population: a Malian case study of the link between patriarchy and the sustained ruralization of Sub-Saharan Africa / door Michael Tawanda; Poverty, women's status, and the utilization of health services in Egypt / door Pavalavalli Govindasamy; Maternal education and child health: evidence and ideology / door Sonalde Desai.

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Brigida Garcia is a Professor-Researcher, Centre for Demographic Studies at El Colegio de Mexico.

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