3 edition of Gender dimensions in education in Latin America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Nelly P. Stromquist, editor.|
|Series||INTERAMER,, 53., Cultural series, Colección INTERAMER ;, no. 53., Colección INTERAMER.|
|Contributions||Stromquist, Nelly P.|
|LC Classifications||LC1912 .G46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||95036952|
Women and Gender in Modern Latin America brings together selections from recent scholarship with excerpts from an exciting array of primary sources, many translated into English for the first time, to bring the story of womenâ€™s involvement in modern Latin American history up to ng major developments in the region from the Price: $ The report examines the gender dimensions of alcohol consumption, and alcohol-related problems in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region. It finds that alcohol use is one of the major causes of the global disease burden, ranking as the fourth cause of disability among men in less developed countries.
In Women and Gender in Modern Latin America, Pamela Murray skilfully weaves together primary and secondary sources to provide us with a sorely needed and highly innovative text. Along with familiar and fundamental readings, the text brings to life exciting new voices that challenge conventional : $ This book presents a comparative analysis of the organizing trajectories of indigenous women’s movements in Peru, Mexico, and Bolivia. The authors’ innovative research reveals how the articulation of gender and ethnicity is central to shape indigenous women’s discourses.
Resources Focusing on Women in Latin America 3 and education as well as more contemporary issues such as female political activism and women and revolution. This text addresses the experience of women in Latin America and the Caribbean. Women in Latin America (SI LA 1) provides a general overview of Latin American women’s history in video form. Overall, the book provides a thoughtful and fascinating starting point for those wanting to know more about questions of gender across the region. While it presents a reflection on gender relations in Latin America the analysis clearly offers useful lessons that extend beyond the confines of the : Jasmine Gideon.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gender dimensions in education in Latin America. Washington: Organization of American States, © 12 hours ago Tanya Harmer’s new biography, Beatriz Allende: A Revolutionary Life in Cold War Latin America (University of North Carolina Press, ), explores how a young Chilean woman pursued her political commitments and navigated patriarchal strictures as a militant leftist.
The daughter of Salvador Allende, Beatriz Allende was born in and came of age in a tumultuous period of Chilean history. Central American schools-as well as many others in Latin America- face the challenge of addressing society-wide gender issues in the school setting. Caroline E. Parker is a first-year doctoral student in International Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Here’s something I didn’t know a month ago: Latin America has the second highest rate of teenage pregnancies in the world. An estimated 15% of all pregnancies per year in Latin America occur in girls younger than 20 years old, and 2 million children in the region are born to mothers between the ages of 15 and According to a recent report – ‘Accelerating Progress toward the.
Featuring the original primary research of a number of leading scholars, this innovative volume integrates gender and sexuality into the main currents of historical interpretation concerning Latin America. The book argues that gender and sexuality-rather than simply supplementing existing explanations of political, social, cultural, and economic phenomena-are central to understanding these.
We elaborate on these connections at various points in the book, as well as indicating how issues pertaining to gender in Latin America are informed by, and themselves inform, wider international debates on theory and policy.
The volume focuses on the last fifty years, with particular emphasis on the last three decades of the twentieth century. Gender dimensions of child labor and street children in Brazil Contributor Names Gustafsson-Wright, Emily. Created / Published Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Gender Sector Unit, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, .
Gender equality is intrinsically linked to the right to quality education for all and to achieve this, we need an approach that ensures that girls and boys, women and men, access, complete and are equally empowered through quality education.
In Latin America, the issue of gender equality is. In Latin America, gender is a fundamental dimension of virtually every aspect of contemporary social, economic, and political life. Gender in Latin America is a comprehensive state-of-the-art review of gender in the region at the start of the twenty-first century.
The authors draw on a wide range of research, including their own field-based expertise, to illuminate the/5(15). For Latin America, the results suggest that companies in the region have a much bigger hurdle than those in North America to achieving gender equality. European organizations face a very different set of circumstances because their gender inequality issues are much more structural and out of their control.
From the looks of it, the wage gap between women and men in Latin America is alarming. This was the central message of a new report released this week by several United Nations agencies (the International Labor Organization, the Economic Commission on Latin America, the United Nations Development Program and the Food and Agricultural.
The book explores: The nature and impact of feminist movements Women's role in economic modernization and the gendered division of labor Women's contributions to 20th-century nationalism and social revolutions Changing gender roles and relations within marriage and the family The impact of modern birth control methods and changing sexual mores.
This exciting collection showcases many of the best young historians of Latin America. With wide-ranging essays covering much of the Americas―and framed by classic gender/sexuality concepts, discourse analysis, and queer theory―the volume provides groundbreaking new research on gender, sexuality, and power and shows why such studies must be central to all future histories of the Format: Paperback.
Investments in education across countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have transformed the lives of millions of girls and the prospects of their families and societies.
Unleashing the full economic potential of women is nevertheless still a curtailed issue in the region: just about half of women are unable to participate in paid by: 4. This article discusses gender and sexuality during the national period and the shift from women's history to the study of the social construction of both femininity and masculinity and of various forms of sexuality.
It argues that this has problematized “the notion of universalized female oppression,” a trend in line with the general historiographical emphasis on individual and collective Cited by: 3.
This book presents evidence of the evolution of the gender inequalities in Latin America during the twentieth century, using basic indicators of human development, namely education, health and the labour : María Magdalena Camou, Silvana Maubrigades, Rosemary Thorp.
In my recently published book, New Century, Old Disparities: Ethnic Earnings Gaps in Latin America and the Caribbean, we document that—based on representative data from 18 countries in the region circa —males earn from 29 to 31 percent more than females with the same age, level of education, number of children, presence of other income.
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Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. Ahead of Print. Book Series Working in Gender & Development book series. The WiGaD series brings together themed selections of the best articles from the journal Gender & Development, and other Oxfam publications repackaged in book form to reach a wide audience of development practitioners and policy makers, and students and academics.
Titles in this series present the theory and practice of gender-oriented. Latin America and the Caribbean is an exception, as girls in the region achieve more schooling than boys (with the important exceptions of the indigenous communities of Bolivia and Guatemala).Among people born between andon average, women attained years of .SANT Race and Identity in Latin America.
This course helps students analyze, understand and compare multiple dimensions of race, gender/sexuality, class, and ethnic identity in several Latin American societies, including Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and Panama, among others.TC Independent Work in Latin America Research Professor Cortina published a new book with Dr.
Constanza Lafuente entitled Civil Society Organizations in Latin American Education: Case Studies and Perspectives on Advocacy, Routledge ().The book is a study of the advocacy strategies and contributions of civil society organizations in the field of education that are promoting the advancement.