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Changing the Boundaries : Women-Centered Perspectives on Population and the Environment - 94 edition

Changing the Boundaries : Women-Centered Perspectives on Population and the Environment (ISBN10: 1559632607; ISBN13: 9781559632607)
ISBN13: 978-1559632607
ISBN10: 1559632607

This edition has also been released as:
ISBN13: 978-1559632591
ISBN10: 1559632593

Summary: Changing the Boundaries explores gender relations with respect to education, reproductive health services, and agricultural resources - three factors that are widely recognized as being central to the struggle for gender equity, population control, and environmental sustainability. As well as defining the role of women in the population-environment quandary, Jiggins explains how that role is the key to understanding issues of population and environment.Throughout the volume, the auth
or makes extensive use of research, experience, and documentation that draws on the views and publications of women in the global South, much of which is available to development practitioners but is rarely found in academic libraries. Data, arguments, concepts, and analysis from a wide and varied range of sources are woven together to link the experience of women's daily lives with population policies and global environmental politics.
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Summary: Changing the Boundaries explores gender relations with respect to education, reproductive health services, and agricultural resources - three factors that are widely recognized as being central to the struggle for gender equity, population control, and environmental sustainability. As well as defining the role of women in the population-environment quandary, Jiggins explains how that role is the key to understanding issues of population and environment.Throughout the volume, the author makes extensive use of research, experience, and documentation that draws on the views and publications of women in the global South, much of which is available to development practitioners but is rarely found in academic libraries. Data, arguments, concepts, and analysis from a wide and varied range of sources are woven together to link the experience of women's daily lives with population policies and global environmental politics. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 94
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Publisher: Island Press
Year Published: 1994
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