Women's dreams: gender, sexuality and development
"It has rarely, if ever, been women's perceptions or women's dreams which have informed development and social change. The vision from which development is elaborated has been the vision of those few located at the centre of power, at the intersection of the axes of privilege. This paper explores the relationship between analysis and practice, between how reality is understood and conceptualised and what the implications are for action. I contend that the analysis of a problem shapes and...[Show more]
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