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  • A gender-sensitive urban factorial ecology: male, female, grouped, and gendered social spaces in Saskatoon
  • Canada ; Factorial ecology ; Gender difference ; Multivariate analysis ; Social space ; Urban district ; Urban structure
  • Vergleichende Wirkungsanalyse zur Umsetzung von Gender Mainstreaming im EU-Programm URBAN II
  • Analyse comparée de l'impact sur la recomposition du Gender Mainstreaming dans le programme européen URBAN II
  • Cultural geography ; Europe ; Gender ; Institution ; Social geography
  • L'article explicite le concept de Gender Mainstreaming dans le contexte européen : quel ancrage institutionnel ? Quelle recomposition concrète dans les projets et les mesures prises à l'échelon européen ? - (IfL)
  • Whose words ? On gender identities, knowledge and writing practices
  • Epistemology ; Gender difference ; Practice of geography ; Semiotics of space ; Woman
  • In recent years, feminist theorists have begun to explore how sexual difference and patriarchal conceptions of gender permeate the epistemological structures as well as the susbstantive content of dominant forms of knowledge. Focusing on gender
  • Gender and organisational restructuring in the national health service : performance, identity and politics
  • Gender ; Identity ; Labour ; Medical services ; Sociology ; United Kingdom ; Woman ; Work organization ; Workplace
  • The paper aims to explore the gap between organisational discourses of gender on the one hand, and the construction of individual identities on the other. It uses narrative analysis of interviews with five nurses working in two hospitals in the NHS
  • to trace the place and articulations of organisation, profession and gender in the construction and presentation of self. This emphasis on agency, resistance and personal politics has important implications for thinking about the nature and form
  • Relocating gender and rural economic strategies
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Economic restructuring ; Economic strategy ; Entrepreneurship ; Gender ; Homework ; Household ; Identity ; Labour ; Social geography ; United States of America ; West Virginia
  • The A. examines home-based work in an economic network to highlight the intersection of gender and economic practices in rural Appalachia. The case study for this project is an economic network comprised of sixty home-based workers who produce
  • knitwear for regional and national markets. The complexity of shifting economic livelihoods in the rural Appalachian context is examined. The analysis focuses on the (re)negotiation of gender identities by home-based workers in the context of economic
  • Doing gender and development : understanding empowerment and local gender relations
  • Bedouins ; Desert ; Development ; Egypt ; Gender ; Participation ; Power ; Sheep ; Status of women ; Woman
  • Gender and class identities in process and in place: the local state as a site of gender and class formation
  • Canada ; Community ; Conflict ; Gender difference ; Local administration ; Local policy ; Ontario ; Social class ; Social practice ; Societal relations ; Society
  • The A. argues that gender and class formation within local states involves processes of conflict, accomodation, co-optation, and transformation. Variations in material conditions of struggle contribute to fragmented or contradictory experiences
  • of gender and class relations in and against local states. Two Canadian examples are used. The first is that of recent feminist and working-class struggles within Ontario's legal-aid clinic system. The second is that of the development of a women-only
  • Race, gender, and internal migration within England and Wales
  • Decision ; Division of labour ; England and Wales ; Ethnic community ; Gender difference ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Longitudinal analysis ; Matrimonial status ; Migratory flow ; Probability ; United Kingdom
  • of long-distance gender-specific migration are described. The conjunction of race, gender, marital status, and migration is investigated to see whether certain subgroups suffer a treble jeopardy and whether this is exacerbated or alleviated by different
  • gender roles within the Afro-Caribbean and Pakistani populations.
  • Spatial routes to gender wage (in)equality : regional restructuring and wage differentials by gender and education
  • Economic restructuring ; Educational level ; Gender ; Gender difference ; Labour ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Regional disparities ; United States of America ; Wage ; Wage inequality
  • Geographies of sexuality and gender down under. Special issue
  • Family ; Gender ; Homosexuality ; Identity ; Sexual behaviour ; Sexuality ; Social change ; Social space ; Society ; Space
  • In the 1980s geographers began to use post-structuralist ideas to rethink the interconnections between social identity categories and spatiality. During the 1990s some scholars began to explore how spaces are sexualised and gendered and how gender
  • ,sex and sexuality are spatialised. There is a reconceptualisation of the sexualised and gendered qualities and experiences of space which moves beyond rights-based politics and the maintenance of heterosexual/homosexual, man/woman and masculine
  • Andes ; Bolivia ; Chachawarmi ; Cultural studies ; Ethnic minority ; Gender ; Household ; Identity ; Ideology ; Power ; Social geography ; Social organization ; Woman ; decolonisation ; gender ; indigenous ; intersectionality
  • Latin America's turn away from neoliberalism and adoption of decolonising alternatives to devel-opment has been spearheaded—nowhere more so than Bolivia—by indigenous movements. The gender ideology of chachawarmi is part of this decolonisation
  • programme, but has been criticised for disguising gendered exploitation. These tensions are explored by looking at, in Escobar's words, ‘the concrete struggles within particular communities’. Based on long-term research in rural Bolivia (inter-Andean valley
  • of Luribay),this article situates the chachawarmi ideal in the multiple influences on the recreation of gender identities, and considers the complex ways in which chachawarmi as mobilised politically may influence gendered power.
  • Livelihood shifts and gender performances : space and the negotiation for labor among East Africa's pastoralists
  • Ecology ; Farmer ; Gender ; Kenya ; Livelihood ; Livestock farming ; Performativity ; Political ecology ; Social geography
  • This article examines livelihood shifts and gender performances through space and the negotiation for labor among East Africa's pastoralists. The research demonstrates that the women and men interviewed are deeply aware of how space conveys
  • . In this context, the disciplinary power of culture and the meanings of gender become destabilized, allowing for a renegotiation and forging of gender norms and subjectivities.
  • Concept ; Gender difference ; Societal relations ; Society ; Status of women ; Theory
  • of this theory with Scandinavian ideas of the gender contract provides the best means of conceptualising difference in gender divisions.
  • Caring for workers' dependents. Gender, class and local state practice in Melbourne
  • Focusing on child-care provision, but with some reference also to services for aged dependents, the paper describes the community-service practice of two Melbourne municipalities and the class and gender biases they incorporate.
  • Gender contexts of fertility in developing countries
  • Africa ; Asia ; Birth control ; Demography ; Fertility ; Gender
  • Gender and entrepreneurial networks
  • Entrepreneurship ; Firm ; Gender ; Location ; Network
  • Gender differentials in resources ownership and crop productivity of smallholder farmers in Africa : a case study.
  • Agricultural productivity ; Agriculture ; Botswana ; Crop ; Gender difference ; Rural population
  • Gender preference and birthspacing in Matlab, Bangladesh
  • The AA. examine and compare gender-preference effects on fertility in two otherwise comparable populations that differ markedly in their access to and use of contraception. They expect stronger effects of gender preference in the population that has
  • Trashy women : gender and the politics of Garbage in Chicago, 1890-1917
  • Gender and the City
  • Author purports to fill a lacuna in the gendered analysis of waste-related reform efforts. Article illustrates how women reformers used municipal housekeeping to influence garbage collection and disposal, especially in and around poor neighborhoods
  • Gendering resistance : British colonial narratives of wartime New Zealand
  • Behaviour ; British people ; Colonization ; Conflict ; Gender ; Historical geography ; Land ; Maoris ; New Zealand ; Sovereignty
  • . compare the anti-colonial writings of a number of prominent colonial men and women, drawing out the significance of both ideological and embodied gendered differences and the discursive representations of place produced out of them.