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  • Gender issues in the agricultural modernization of India in Geography of gender in the Third World.
  • Into the 1990s : a gendered agenda for political geography in Gender and political geography.
  • The objective of this paper is to show how gender perspectives challenge traditional models and analyses in political geography.
  • Progress in geography and gender : feminism and difference
  • This brief report attempts to illustrate diversity within geographical contributions to gender studies.
  • Gender and the city in historical perspective : an introduction
  • Gender and the City
  • Community ; Gender ; Methodology ; Research ; Social geography ; Town ; Woman
  • An introduction to the four papers on gender and the city. Guest editor concedes that the theme is not original, but maintains that she wanted to offer a forum where gender scholars could refine methodologies and add to the empirical record
  • Gender geography in South Africa : facing challenges and exploring opportunities
  • Gender ; Gender difference ; Research ; Social geography ; South Africa ; Woman
  • The purpose of this paper is to examine the challenges and opportunities facing gender geography and the specific concerns relating to the need for gender geography in South Africa. The issues of interest are : Why is it important to engender
  • geography thinking and research in South Africa ? What are the current trends and issues of interest in gender geography in South Africa ? - (AJC)
  • A pécsi kistérség nonprofit szférájának gender alapú elemzése
  • Gender ; Hungary ; Social geography
  • The gender based organisations of the Nuts 4 region of Pécs was analysed, with a special reference to non-profit organisations, responsible for the provision of equal chance for the social genders, and it was revealed how dominant
  • 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
  • Gender and environment : critical tradition and new challenges. A discussion
  • Environment ; Environmental justice ; Feminism ; Gender ; Human ecology ; Man-environment relations ; Political ecology ; Social theory
  • The gender-environment relations have symbolic and material consequences in how nature is understood, in how environmental resources and responsibilities are managed and distributed and in gendered power dynamics that play out in the day-to-day
  • lives of people around the world. Processes of differentiation to which gender is central are place bound and are related to the environments being produced.
  • Global cities, transnational flows and gender dimensions, the view from Singapore
  • Flow ; Gender ; Globalization ; International migration ; Singapore ; Urban area ; Urban policy ; World city
  • The paper focuses on Singapore, an aspiring global city, to investigate how global city spaces are transgressed by transnational migrants who may challenge, inflect or reaffirm the gendered spatial boundaries with which the city is scripted
  • . It focuses on three groups of women to unmask the gendering at work as well as the gendered implications of transnationalism in Singapore's state-led drive to global city status.
  • Gender equality and progress of gender studies in Japanese geography : a critical overview
  • Gender ; Gender difference ; Geographer ; Human geography ; Japan ; Japaneses ; Sexual behaviour ; Sexual discrimination
  • Gender differences in Ecuador's urban informal economy : survival to upward mobility
  • Economic sector ; Ecuador ; Gender difference ; Informal sector ; Market ; Quito ; Retail trade
  • An interview study of vendors at Calle Ipiales, Quito's largest retail market, shows that gender differences are significant in the conditions of the enterprise. Female vendors are more restricted than their male counterparts because of their double
  • Irishness, gender, and place
  • The intersections of Irishness and gender in Britain are explored. Irishness has two distinct dimensions, each gendered in ways reflecting the colonial relationship between Britain and Ireland. One is the roots of the collectivity, mediated through
  • Gender equality and poverty in Ghana : implications for povery reduction strategies
  • Development ; Gender ; Gender difference ; Ghana ; Poverty ; Woman
  • Gender and industrialization in Brazil in Geography of gender in the Third World.
  • Gender roles in colonization of rainforest : a Colombian case study in Geography of gender in the Third World.
  • Gender characteristics of commuting pattern : a case study of Osaka metropolitan area
  • Commuting ; Gender difference ; Honshu ; Japan ; Osaka ; Urban population
  • Cultural identity ; Cultural studies ; Gender ; Gender difference ; Social inequality
  • This paper engages with current debates concerning reflexive research processes. It applies a relational concept of difference - recently envisaged as betweenness - to highlight how gender and class difference can be used to reflect other
  • Gender and critical geopolitics: reading security discourse in the new world disorder
  • The A. argues that investigating the gendered assumptions in the study of international relations and forign policy-making, in addition to more explicitly geopolitical reasoning, shows how political spatialisations render women vulnerable.
  • Participation, power and policy: developing a gender-sensitive political geography
  • Gender difference ; Participation ; Political geography ; Power ; Social geography ; Woman
  • Genderbashing: sexuality, gender, and the regulation of public space
  • The A. addresses the relations between gender and sexuality in violence known as gaybashing, and argues that a perceived transgression of normative sex-gender relations motivates most aggressive incidents. The implications for this insight
  • for the individuals who live outside normative relations (transgenders) are considered. The ways in which the public space is defined through gender are examined. There is also an analysis of antiviolence activism in the city of Montréal.