Gender in Caribbean Development: Papers Presented at the Inaugural Seminar of the University of the West Indies, Women and Development Studies Project

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Canoe Press University of the West Indies, 1999 - Social Science - 360 pages
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Contents

Womens Studies in an International Context
3
Notes on the Meaning and Significance of Development
13
The Caribbean
35
An Historical
53
Consensus
74
Notes on the Social Relations of Gender
92
Some Theoretical Considerations on Social Class
104
General Problems and Issues in Studying
119
The Caribbean Family Revisited
164
Jobs Gender and Development Strategy
176
1985 and Beyond
197
Where Do we Go From Here? Literature in English
314
Alternative Methodolgy
327
Womens Organizations and Women Who Organize
337
My Views on Womens Involvement in Organizations
343
The Contemporary Womens Movement
349

Gender Race and Class in the Caribbean
136
A Review
149
List of Contributors
359
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Patricia Mohammed is Head and Senior Lecturer, Mona Unit, Centre for Gender Development Studies, University of West Indies, Jamaica

Thriller author Catherine Shepherd lives with her family in the medieval town of Zons, Germany, the setting of Fatal Puzzle. Since leaving her successful career as a project manager at a major German bank, Shepherd has devoted herself to writing full-time. Fatal Puzzle, the first book in the Zons series, hit number one on Amazon's bestseller list in Germany.

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