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Gender and Global Restructuring

Sightings, Sites and Resistances

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Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites and Resistances
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This and many other provocative questions are addressed in this ground breaking book. Filling a significant gap Gender and Global Restructuring provides the first comprehensive analysis of globalization and its relationship to gender. Feminist experts from a range of disciplines take the reader beyond narrow interpretations of globalization and show the complexities and contradictions of ongoing global transformations, referred to as global restructuring. The book presents a significant critique of the gender-blindness of both neo-liberal and critical accounts of globalization and foregrounds feminist accounts which stress women's agency, not just victimization, in relation to global restructuring. It reveals how states, markets, civil society, households and gender identities are simultaneously being restructured in different ways in different regional and national contexts. It also shows how women's resistances connect the global and the local, the public and the private. This pioneering collection will be vital reading for students and researchers in the fields of globalization, gender studies, international political economy, international relations and comparative

Table of Contents

Introduction: Feminist Sightings of Global Restructuring: Conceptualizations and Reconceptualizations Marianne H.Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan Part One: Sightings 1. Globalization and its Intimate Other: Fillipina Domestic Workers in Hong Kong Kimberley A. Chang and L.H.M Ling 2. Breaking Patriarchal Bonds: Demythologizing the Public/Private Gillian Youngs 3. Masculinities in Transition: The Case of Globalization Charlotte Hooper 4. Gendering Post-Socialist Transitions Jacqui True Part Two: Sites 5. Economic Restructuring and the Gender Contract: A Case Study of Jordan Valentine M. Moghadam 6. A Political Explanation of the Gendered Division of Labor in Japan Yumiko Mikanagi 7. Beyond a Reductionist Analysis of Female Migrants in Global European Cities: The Unskilled, Deskilled and Professional Eleonore Kofman 8. Women and Livelihood Strategies: A Case Study of Coping With Economic Crisis Through Household Management in Paramaribo, Surinam Mayke Kromhout Part Three: Resistances 9. Negotiating Boundaries: Women's Organisations and the Politics of Restructuring in Ecuador Amy Lind 10. Feminisms and Islamisms in Egypt: Between Globalization and Postmodernism Azza M.Karam 12. Dancing Resistance From Rio to Beijing: Transnational Women's Organizing and United Nations Conferences, 1992-6 Deborah Stienstra Conclusion: Feminist Approaches to Global Restructuring Anne Sison Runyan and Marianne H. Marchand
Release date NZ
December 23rd, 1999
Contributors
Edited by Professor Anne Sisson Runyan Edited by Professor Marianne H. Marchand
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
6 black & white tables
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
284
Dimensions
156x234x22
ISBN-13
9780415221757
Product ID
1680817

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