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Women, environment and development: Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America

  title={Women, environment and development: Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America},
  author={Evaline Tiondi},
iii Chapter One: Introduction Women, Environment and Development: A Historical Perspective 1 Women, Environment and Development: A Theoretical Perspective 2 Women and Development: A Brief History of Different Approaches 7 Methodology 10 Moving Towards Postmodernism, Difference and Identity Politics 10 Standpoint Epistemology 12 Ecofeminism 12 Breakdown of Chapters 14 Chapter Two: A Historical Perspective of Women’s Access to Resources Colonial Policies and Their Impact on Women’s Socioeconomic… 

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