Gender and Poverty in the North
International development policy-makers of the industrialized countries are focusing on understanding and tackling northern poverty. The articles in this collection examine the phenomenon of the globalization of poverty and unemployment as it relates to gender identity.
|From the South to the North: evolving perspectives on gender and poverty|
|Fatma Alloo and Wendy Harcourt|
|Gender, race, and the 'underclass': the truth behind the American dream|
|Power and dignity: women, poverty, and Credit Unions|
|Participation begins at home: adapting participatory development approaches from Southern contexts|
|Ros David and Yvonne Craig|
|The street press: homelessness, self-help, and social identity|
|Giving women the credit: the Norwich Full Circle Project|
|Ruth Pearson and Erika Watson|
|Building community capacity: Hull and East Yorkshire PRA network|
|Interview: Helen Carmichael of LEAP Theatre Workshop|
|Compiled by Sara Chamberlain|
|Index to Volume 5|
Caroline Sweetman was previously Editor of the international journal Gender & Development.
Rethinking the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ Thesis
Angeles, Leonora C.
Sex Roles, Vol. 61 (2009), Iss. 3-4 P.293https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-009-9614-8 [Citations: 0]