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  • Messing with gender in feminist political ecology
  • Feminism ; Gender ; Honduras ; Political ecology ; Post-colonialism ; Race ; Whites
  • The AA. argue that feminist political ecology must theorize a more complex and messier notion of gender that accounts for race , racialization and racism more explicitly. Building on the work of feminist geography and critical race scholarship
  • , the AA. argue for a postcolonial intersectional analysis in f.p.e., putting this theory to work in an analysis of race, gender and whiteness in Honduras. They demonstrate how theorizing race and gender as mutually constituted richly complicates
  • 2013
  • Gendering capital : financial crisis, financialization and (an agenda for) economic geography
  • Capitalism ; Economic geography ; Feminism ; Finance ; Financial crisis ; Gender ; Political economy ; Post-colonialism
  • 2013
  • Gender or women ? Debating the future of the women and geography study group
  • Feminism ; Gender ; Research ; Social geography ; Woman
  • 2013
  • Gender, place, and social contacts. Understanding awareness of vulnerability to terrorism
  • Boston ; Gender ; Household ; Massachusetts ; Place ; Political geography ; Social geography ; Terrorism ; United States of America ; Vulnerability
  • This article analyses awareness of vulnerability to terrorism in the Boston metropolitan area through gender, place (home and work place), and social contacts. It demonstrates that(1)family networks generated discussions of home preparedness
  • 2013
  • Gender myth and the mind-city composite : from Plato’s Atlantis to Walter Benjamin’s philosophical urbanism
  • Antiquity ; Built up area ; Cultural studies ; Gender ; Myth ; Philosophy ; Urbanism
  • This study suggests that since early antiquity, gender projection can be detected in western perceptions linking natural and built environments, commencing with Plato’s Atlantis and his Myth of Er, and later as a likely import of the Chinese yin
  • 2013
  • Gender, institutions and rural transformation in Latin America
  • Andes ; Bolivia ; Colombia ; Employment ; Gender ; Household ; Housing ; Institution ; Mexico ; Michoacán ; Peru ; Poverty ; Religion ; Rural area ; Social geography ; Wage inequality ; Welfare ; Woman
  • Dans ce numéro, les AA. ana1ysent le genre, les institutions et les transformations rurales en Amérique latine au travers des articles suivants : 1-Translocality and gender dynamics : the Pareja and the Thakhi system in Bolivia ; 2-Social norms
  • and women's participation in salaried employment : the case of the Tehuacán region of Mexico ; 3-Changes in bargaining over immovable assets within rural households in the Colombian Andes ; 4-Women's group-based work and rural gender relations in the Southern
  • Peruvian Andes ; 5-The gendered reading of conditionality in antipoverty programmes : unintended effects on mexican rural households' interactions with public health institutions.
  • 2013
  • Making gender ma(r)king place : youthful British Pakistani Muslim women's narratives of urban place
  • Birmingham ; Cultural identity ; Discourse ; England ; Enquiry ; Gender difference ; Muslims ; Public space ; Second generation ; United Kingdom ; Urban practice ; Woman
  • 2013
  • Gender, risk and micro-financial subjectivities
  • Bolivia ; Empowerment ; Ethnic minority ; Finance ; Gender ; Governmentality ; Micro-credit ; Risk ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Woman
  • 2013
  • Gendered mobilities in the North. Special issue
  • Brain drain ; Foreign worker ; Gender ; Gender difference ; Internal migration ; International migration ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Mobility ; Northern Europe ; Skilled labour
  • 2013
  • Children ; Family ; Gender ; Ghana ; Rural community ; Social geography
  • This article examines the fertility preferences of men and women living at Akplabanya, a fishing community in Ghana. The findings of the study show that demand for labour, expectations of long term security, and gendered power relations have
  • 2013
  • Cartographic information ; Gender ; Geographical information system ; Geoweb ; Health ; Human body ; Information ; Technology ; Thematic mapping
  • technology using ideal types ; 5-Gender and the GeoWeb : divisions in the production of user-generated cartographic information ; 6-Diamond exploitation in Sierra Leone 1930 to 2010 : a resource curse? ; 7-A three-step strategy for generalization of 3D
  • 2013
  • Gendered spaces of informal entrepreneurship in Soweto, South Africa
  • Economic activity ; Empowerment ; Gauteng ; Gender ; Local economy ; Social capital ; Social geography ; South Africa ; Urban economy
  • 2013
  • Elected neighbourhood officers in a Turkish city (Izmir) : gendered local participation in governance
  • Clientelism ; Election ; Gender ; Governance ; Neighbourhood ; Participation ; Political geography ; Power ; Turkey ; Woman
  • 2013
  • The paradox of gender discrimination in land ownership and women’s contribution to poverty reduction in Anglophone Cameroon
  • Cameroon ; Discrimination ; Gender ; Household ; Land ; Poverty ; Social geography ; Woman
  • 2013
  • Gender matters in social polarisation: comparing Singapore, Hong Kong and Taipei
  • Employment ; Gender ; Hong Kong ; Household ; Profession ; Singapore ; Social geography ; Social polarization ; Taipei ; Taiwan ; Wage ; Wage inequality
  • 2013
  • New sexual and gendered landscapes. Themed issue
  • Activism ; Behaviour ; Citizenship ; Equality ; Family ; Friendship ; Gender ; Gentrification ; Homonormativity ; Homosexuality ; Human body ; Identity ; Legislation ; Masculinity ; Neighbourhood ; Privacy ; Queer ; Same-sex marriage ; Sexual
  • 2013
  • Gendered mobilities in Asia. Special issue
  • Asia ; Family ; Gender ; Masculinity ; Migration ; Refugees ; Social mobility
  • 2013
  • Gender ; Gender difference ; Malagasy Republic ; Migration ; Pioneer fringe ; Small-scale mining ; Social inequality ; Woman
  • 2013
  • Criminality ; Deindustrialization ; England ; Gender ; Perception ; Place ; Public space ; Social geography ; Students ; United Kingdom ; University ; Urban area ; Woman ; Working class
  • and local people based on spatiality, locality, class and student habitus, which also intersected with gender to produce ‘locally specific’ experiences of space and safety within this setting. However, the article confounds the middle-class student
  • 2013
  • ; 4-Gender-specific spatial interactions on Dutch Regional labour markets and the gender employment gap ; 5-When are cities engines of growth in China? Spread and backwash effects across the urban hierarchy ; 6-Investigating the determinants
  • 2013