Development theory and gendered approach to development: some theoretical issues in the Third World’s perspective

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Sarker, Debnarayan; (2006)
  • Subject: feminists; development– modernization theory; efficiency approach
    • jel: jel:A13 | jel:B54

Several gendered approaches to development– like the variants (equity, ‘anti-poverty’ and ‘efficiency’ approaches) of WID (Women in Development), GAD (General and Development), DAWN (Development Alternatives’ for a New Era)–influenced, mainly, by liberal and social femi... View more
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