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Migrant women : crossing boundaries and changing identities
Contents: G. Buijs, Introduction - S.L. Skar, The Gendered Dynamics of Quechua Colonisation: Relations of Centre and Periphery in Peru - M. Eastmond, Reconstructing Life: Chilean Women Refugees andExpand
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Savings and loan clubs: Risky ventures or good business practice? A study of the importance of rotating savings and credit associations for poor women
This article is based on research into rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCAs) which was conducted for the HSRC Cooperative Programme on Marriage and Family Life, in Grahamstown (Rhini) andExpand
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Gender and Person in African Societies: The Role of Hermeneutics·
Perhaps the greatest gains that have been made in feminism relate to the interpretation of western value systems, rather than those of indigenous societies, which traditionally form the grist ofExpand
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Globalisation: Advantaging the advantaged, or a means for the deprived to fight back?
  • G. Buijs
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2000
T brief account will look at some of the less considered aspects of the phenomenon of globalisation, especially as they concern those living in the poorer parts of the world. It begins by showing howExpand
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Book reviews
Cook P & C Kirkpatrick (eds), Privatisation in Developing Countries. International Library of Critical Writings in Economics. Cheltenham: Elgar Reference Collection, 2000. 120pp. ISBN: 1–85898–358–4Expand