Gender Myths and Feminist Fables: The Struggle for Interpretive Power in Gender and Development

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This collection brings together leading feminist thinkers who examine the struggles for interpretive power which underlies international development.Questions why the insights from years of feminist gender and development research are so often turned into 'gender myths' and 'feminist fables' women are more likely to care for the environment; are better at working together; are less corrupt; have a seemingly infinite capacity to surviveExplores how bowdlerized and impoverished representations of gender relations have ...

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