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Author: Eleonora Masini,Susan Stratigos
ISBN: 9280807668
Pages: 258 pages
Publisher: United Nations University (December 31, 1991)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Government
Size ePUB: 1890 kb
Size Fb2: 1546 kb
Size DJVU: 1820 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 390
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Subcategory: Politics

e-Book Women, Households and Change epub download

by Eleonora Masini,Susan Stratigos



Women, Households and Change.

Women, Households and Change. PUBLICATION DATA: ISBN-10: 92-808-0766-5. This book is the fruit of an innovative project designed to expand the boundaries of our understanding of women’s contribution to development and the obstacles they face to participating and receiving full benefit from it. It began as part of the Household, Gender and Age programme of the United Nations University, under the leadership of Eleonora Masini. A series of consultations initiated by Elise Boulding took place in Tokyo in 1979, Oslo in 1980, and Dartmouth, New Hampshire, in 1981.

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Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Masini, Eleonora. Personal Name: Stratigos, Susan. Corporate Name: United Nations University.

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It reports a series of cross-national empirical studies focused on socio-economic development and women’s lives. It is innovative in looking at the relationships between societal and individual change over time, showing not only how women are affected by social changes, but also how women themselves act to shape change. Masini served as coordinator of the project, which was sponsored by the United Nations University, from 1981 to 1992.

Masini, Eleonora & Stratigos, Susan (Ed. (1991). Tokyo: United Nations University Press. Messenger, J. C. (1969). Inis Beag, Isle of Ireland. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Pedraza, Silvia (1991). Women and migration: The social consequences of gender.

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I definitely think to change we've got to learn from those who are doing, so. .I do believe that this and her other book helped me on a subconscious level. I grew up in a household of underearners

I definitely think to change we've got to learn from those who are doing, so although as an artist, I couldn't completely relate or want to be the women she wrote about. Along with this, I've been reading Overcoming Under Earning, also by Barbara Stanny, Mindset by Carol Dweck, and a book called Unleash Your Inner Money Babe by Kathrin Zenkina. I grew up in a household of underearners. This book hit home for me as I try to get childhood friends and family members out of that mindset. As a woman who has started her own business it is great to read how woman set their rates!

A book by women from developing countries on women, the household and society in developing countries. It is the synthesis volume of a United Nations University research project on household, gender and age. The project's aim was the promotion of research on the effects at the micro- and macro-levels of significant social/economic changes in developing countries.