Changing Perceptions: Writings on Gender With Development
Tina Wallace, Candida March
Oxfam, 1991 - Social Science - 324 pages
Written by women from around the world, this wide-ranging collection of articles provides a fascinating overview of gender issues & will be essential reading for anyone concerned with development who is interested in hearing the voices of women.
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