Gender and Practice: Knowledge, Policy, Organizations Vol: 28

Marcia Texler Segal
Indiana University Southeast, USA

Kristy Kelly
Columbia University and Drexel University, USA

Vasilikie Demos
University of Minnesota Morris, USA


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781838673888
Published:
22 Nov 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
264 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Advances in Gender Research
This book contains an Open Access Chapter 

In 1995, the Fourth World Conference on Women: Action for Equality, Development and Peace affirmed the need to address gender inequalities and foster gender integration. Ever since, the field of gender professionals has been growing, yet the experiences, insights and data gathered have not been systematically examined and incorporated into an accessible body of knowledge.  

Working to address this, expert contributors demonstrate the depth and breadth of gender and practice. Including examples from Brazil, Cameroon, Ecuador, Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe, the USA, and Vietnam, as well as chapters that take a global perspective, the research here looks at issues and activities relating to infusing gender in knowledge management, training, and practice. Including subjects such as education, agricultural production, and tourism, this volume offers a variety of perspectives that will appeal to any researcher in gender. 

Throughout the volume, expert practitioners situate their real-world experiences in the broader intersectional framework employed by their academic colleagues, offering policy makers, students, scholars, practitioners, and activists concrete examples of how and why gender is central to development.
Gender and Practice: Introduction to Knowledge, Policy, Practice; Vasilikie Demos, Marcia Texler Segal & Kristy Kelly 
PART I: KNOWLEDGE 
1. Exploring Spaces, Limits and Future Possibilities for Feminist Perspectives on Knowledge Management in International Development and Beyond; Åsa Corneliusson 
2. Exploring the Intersections and Implications of Gender, Race and Class in Educational Consulting; Caroline (Carly) Manion 
3. The Challenge of Measuring Women's Economic Empowerment: A Critical Analysis on the Importance of Subjective Measurement and Context; Magali N. Alloatti 
4. Gender Norms and Their Implications for Banana Production and Recovery In West Africa; Lilian Nkengla-Asi, Deborah O. Olaosebikan, Che Vincent Simo, Sergine Ngatat, Martine Zandjanakou-Tachin, Rachid Hanna, & P. Lava Kumar 
PART II: POLICY 
5. Monitoring Gender Data and Evaluating Differential Effects to Reduce Inequality; Anne-Françoise Thierry 
6. Building Gender Research Capacity for Non-Specialists: Lessons and Best Practices from Gender Short Courses for Agricultural Researchers in Sub Saharan Africa; Margaret Najjingo Mangheni, Hale Ann Tufan, Brenda Boonabana, Peace Musiimenta, Richard Miiro & Jemimah Njuki - OA CHAPTER 
7. Gender Politics in Latin American Censuses: The Case of Brazil and Ecuador; Debora Thome & Byron Villacís 
8. A Gender Analysis of Tourism's Impact on the Livelihoods of H'mong and Red D'ao Women in Vietnam; Lúa Xuân Đoàn 
PART III: ORGANIZATIONS 
9. Advancing Women's Rights from Within: The Story of The Alliance for Women in Medicine and Science (AWIMS); Anne Scheer & Vidhya Prakash 
10. Creating a Global Feminist Organization: Applying Theory to Practice; Angela Hartley, Karine Lepillez, Nicole Figot, Leah Goldmann, Christina Gordon, Kenneth Boÿenah Nimley & Kristy Kelly 
11. Opportunities for Feminist Change at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women; Susan Hagood Lee
Marcia Texler Segal, Professor of Sociology and Dean for Research Emerita, Indiana University Southeast, USA is co-editor of the Advances in Gender Research series and of Intersections of Gender, Race, and Class: Readings for a Changing Landscape. Past president of the North Central Sociological Association, she co-chairs the American Sociological Association Retirement Network. 
Kristy Kelly, PhD, is a sociologist specializing in policy and politics, transnational feminisms and gender mainstreaming in Southeast Asia. She is jointly affiliated with the School of Education at Drexel University and Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University. She is co-president of the Society of Gender Professionals.
Vasilikie (Vicky) Demos, Professor Emerita of Sociology, University of Minnesota-Morris, USA is co-editor of the Advances in Gender Research series. She is also a past president of the North Central Sociological Association and Sociologists for Women in Society, a recipient of the Harriet Martineau Sociological Society Award and chair of the SWS subcommittee on CEDAW. 
Sharing first-hand knowledge of what works (and sometimes doesn't), practitioners' voices ring clear across a variety of institutional and cultural contexts. A must read for gender scholars and practitioners interested in linking feminist theory with local action. - Society of Gender Professionals

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