Gendered Paradoxes: Women's Movements, State Restructuring, And Global Development In Ecuador
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Gendered Paradoxes: Women's Movements, State Restructuring, And Global Development In Ecuador

by Amy Lind (Author),
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Since the early 1980s Ecuador has experienced a series of events unparalleled in its history. Its "free market" strategies exacerbated the debt crisis, and in response new forms of social movement organizing arose among the country's poor, including women's groups. Gendered Paradoxes focuses on women's participation in the political and economic restructuring process of the past twenty-five years, showing how in their daily struggle for survival Ecuadorian women have both reinforced and embraced the neoliberal model yet also challenged its exclusionary nature. Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork and employing an approach combining political economy and cultural politics, Amy Lind charts the growth of several strands of women's
Book Specifications
ISBN-13 9780271025445
Language English
Binding Hard Bound
Publisher Penn State University Press
Publishing Date 2005-05-23
Total Pages 182