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The Logics of Gender Justice: State Action on Women’s Rights Around the World

M Htun, SL Weldon – 2018
When and why do governments promote women’s rights? Through comparative analysis of
state action in seventy countries from 1975 to 2005, this book shows how different women’s
rights issues involve different histories, trigger different conflicts, and activate different sets of
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Development as resistance and translation: Remaking norms and ideas of the Gates Foundation

AM Fejerskov – Progress in Development Studies, 2018
This article explores how ideas and practices manifested in a Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation-funded project on women’s access to land are continuously remade and
transformed as they move through the many layers towards implementation. The article
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[PDF] شناسایی و اولویت بندی عوامل مؤثر بر طول اقامت بیمار در بیمارستان های منتخب دانشگاه های علوم پزشکی تهران و ایران

محمودی, غلام پور نقندر, حبیبی نوده, صفری… – فصلنامه بیمارستان, 2018
عککاطه یبکّ تیزٍسکحه ِکث ِکرَت بکث سق طکش ِک ًَِگًبوّ ظا نکفا یًبتکؾضبویث ـثبکٌه
زَکجوک ٍ ضَکكک غکؾ ضز یًبهضز یبتکؾاض ضز سکیبث یضبجتفا ٍ یلبه ـثبٌه ٍ یبؾٍ، یًبؿًا
یٍطیً تکهبقا تسکه لَکع ظا يتؾبک ٍ زَرَه ـثبٌه ظا ٌِیْث ُزبدتؾا زطکک فکقَک ىبتکؾضبویث
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Socio-economic inequalities in health services utilization: a cross sectional study

M Ranjbar Ezzatabadi, A Khosravi, MA Bahrami… – International Journal of …, 2018
Purpose Developing country workers mainly face important challenges when examining
equality in health services utilization among the population and identifying influential factors.
In this study, we aimed to:(i) understand health service use among households with different
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[PDF] AN ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT OF POVERTY ON FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS IN KANGEMI, KENYA

C MWANGI – 2017
Page 1. AN ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT OF POVERTY ON FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
IN KANGEMI, KENYA CAROLINE MWANGI A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE
INSTITUTE OF ANTHROPOLOGY, GENDER AND AFRICAN STUDIES IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT
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ON THE DISAPPEARING MOTHER

RE Hryciuk – Civil Society Revisited: Lessons from Poland, 2017
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Ending Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery: Freedom’s Journey

A Enrile – 2017
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[HTML] EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS BASED ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN NATIONAL INCOME AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LEVEL IN OECD COUNTRIES

SD ÖZKAN, TY AYAN – Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi, 2018
The present study aimed to measure the degree to which OECD member countries utilize
their national income efficiently in terms of socioeconomic development output and assess
the findings comparatively. Data envelopment analysis (DEA), which is a non-parametric
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African Women and Economic Development: A Tale of Contradictions?

L Maloiy – Handbook of Research on Sustainable Development …, 2018
Abstract There is a recognition that African women are amongst the world’s poorest;
however, they are also the most industrious. As such, African women’s lives present a
contradiction. This chapter examines the contradictory nature of African women’s lives using
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[PDF] “I’ma stay at home businesswoman”: An insight into informal entrepreneurship in Jordan.

S Mehtap, L Ozmenekse, A Caputo
Abstract Purpose–Women and disadvantaged minorities within emerging and developing
economies often resort to business activity within the informal economy as a way to
overcome the various barriers and challenges to formal workforce participation. This paper
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Women’s needs in new global sustainable development policy agendas

G Nhamo, S Muchuru, S Nhamo – Sustainable Development, 2018
Abstract This paper provides an audit of how the needs of women are addressed in new
global sustainable development policy agendas. The policy agendas audited include the
2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (AfSD), the Paris Agreement and the Sendai
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Gendered constructions of Filipina teachers in Japan’s Skype English conversation industry

M Tajima – Journal of Sociolinguistics, 2018
Abstract Drawing on data from a larger project that includes blog entries and interview
findings, this paper investigates the ways in which Filipina teachers working in Japan’s
Skype English conversation (eikaiwa) industry are constructed as intimate and romanticized
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[PDF] and Support Among Lone Mothers

M BUDOWSKI, LR BIXBY
Costa Rica has a long history, shared with other Latin American countries, of high
proportions ofunmarried mothers, and children who are not acknowledged by their fathers
(Pérez Brignoli 1981). The proportion ofout-of-wedlock births in the country went from 38%
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[PDF] From survival to social mobility: supporting the informal economy in Santiago de Chile.

P Navarrete-Hernández – 2017
The informal economy represents two-thirds of worldwide employment (OECD 2009) and
contributes more than 40% of global GDP (Schneider et al. 2010). It is an especially
significant feature of urban labour markets in the Global South, having been a persistent
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[PDF] Caso de Estudio.“Las mujeres en el trabajo informal en Santiago de Compostela, España”

DEE Meza, NP Cervantes – Revista Análisis Organizacional
Resumen La tasa de población desempleada en España alcanzó su punto más alto en
2013 con una disminución de la histórica brecha de género, no obstante, continúa más
afectada la población femenina frente a la masculina. La opción del trabajo informal se
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[PDF] Male friendships and drinking: an explorative study in one low-income, semi-rural, Western Cape community.

R Casper – 2017
ENGLISH SUMMARY: Problem drinking is a particularly pertinent issue amongst Coloured
men in farmworker communities and is associated with adverse effects such as trauma,
violence, various crimes, and unsafe sexual practices. This study was motivated by a
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