6 edition of Gender and the information revolution in Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Eva M. Rathgeber and Edith Ofwona Adera.|
|Contributions||Rathgeber, Eva-Maria., Adera, Edith Ofwona., International Development Research Centre (Canada), African Women and Economic Development: Investing in Our Future (1998 : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
November – Gender inequality in Africa remains high, and progress toward gender parity has stagnated. This is a large missed opportunity for African societies and for the continent’s growth prospects. profitable growth, explain the authors of Africa’s Business Revolution. Survey Book Africa's Business Revolution: How to. B. Gender and Economic Empowerment in Africa Introduction 1. The African continent is well endowed with abundant resources ranging from natural resources, cultural wealth and human resources. However, its peoples remain poor.1 Attempts to confront this challenge require transformative thinking and leadership. Since the dawn of the new.
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Information is universally acknowledged to be a lynchpin of sustainable and equitable development. In Africa, however, access to information is limited, and especially so for rural women.
The new information and communication technologies (ICTs), centred mostly on the Internet, provide potential to. Get this from a library. Gender and the information revolution in Africa. [Eva-Maria Rathgeber; Edith Ofwona Adera; International Development Research Centre (Canada);] -- "Information is universally acknowledged to be a lynchpin of sustainable and equitable development.
In Africa, however, access to information is limited, and especially so for rural women. Get this from a library. Gender and the information revolution in Africa. [Eva-Maria Rathgeber; Edith Ofwona Adera; International Development Research Centre (Canada);] -- The essays in this book examine the current and potential impact of the ICT explosion in Africa.
They focus specifically on gender issues and analyze the extent to which women's needs and preferences. Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa. Report of a Gender in Africa Information Network (GAIN) workshop for the information and communication technology technical group.
As such, if the ICT sector is developed appropriately in Africa, the benefits of the information revolution will help to ease the burden on African. The African Gender Institute (AGI) is a feminist research and teaching group that studies issues related to gender in Africa.
It has become a department at the University of Cape Town (UCT), administered within the School of African and Gender Studies, Social Anthropology and Linguistics. The AGI has its own dedicated staff and has a unique degree of independence from UCT.
: Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa (): Rathgeber, Eva M., Adera, Edith Ofwona: BooksAuthor: Eva M. Rathgeber. Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa by Eva M. Rathgeber Editor Edith Ofwona The essays in this book examine the current and potential impact of the ICT explosion in Africa.
They focus specifically on gender issues and analyze the extent to which women's needs and preferences are being served. Gender and the Information. Africa after Gender. makes a significant contribution to African studies and illuminates the changing discourse of gender within African " (Jacqueline-Bethel T.
Mougoue Purdue University) " this book is an important contribution to the location of knowledge production and the study of gender in Africa.4/5(1). Read this book on Questia. This book explores the ways in which women in Africa utilize Information and Communication Technologies to facilitate their empowerment; whether through the mobile village phone business, through internet use, or through new career and ICT employment opportunities.
Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric is a special two-hour documentary on the shifting landscape of gender. Although one’s gender identity is an intensely personal subject, the individuals in this feature agreed to share their stories. Journeys in Film created a guide that can help parents and educators better understand and discuss.
GENDER REVOLUTION: A JOURNEY WITH KATIE COURIC A look at how genetics, culture, and brain chemistry shape gender. February 6 at 8/7c on National Geographic. TELEVISION JOIN THE SAFARI Watch live as guides track Africa s iconic animals on 6DIDUL/LYH a series premiering January 1 at 10/9c on Nat Geo WILD.
The guides also will takeFile Size: 6MB. “In the nineteenth century, the central moral challenge was slavery. In the twentieth century, it was the battle against totalitarianism.
We believe that in this century the paramount moral challenge will be the struggle for gender equality around the world.”. RGS-IBG Book Series For further information about the series and a full list of published and forthcoming titles, please visit Published Africa’s Information Revolution: Technical Regimes and Production Networks in South Africa and Tanzania James T.
Murphy and Pádraig Carmody. A major study of the role of women in the labour market of Industrial Revolution Britain. It is well known that men and women usually worked in different occupations, Cited by: Women and Revolution in Africa, Asia, and the New World evaluates the effect of political upheaval on the way that women live and on the most basic of social organizations - the contributors use a variety of theoretical approaches to analyze how women as a class have experienced specific twentieth-century revolutions.
They identify the issues that prompted women to participate in 5/5(1). 2 ˜˚˛˝˙ˆˇ˘ ˙ ˆ˙ ˆ˝ ˆ ˚ ˛ Table of Contents We Are in the Midst of a Gender Revolution 3 Introduction 5 Understanding Yourself to Understand Gender 6 Gender Identity and Gender File Size: 1MB.
“Gender and Economic Empowerment in Africa: Evidence and Policy” Wekwete, Naomi N. Journal of African Economies, DecemberVol. 23, AERC Supplement 1, ii doi: /jae/ejt Abstract: “Gender inequality continues to be a major challenge in Africa.
Although progress has been made by ratification of international and. "Gender and Development is well-written with ample examples to elucidate the gender problem in Africa.
With the many theoretical discussions in the opus, the book is a solid reference source for scholars and policy-makers alike.". This book is an ambitious, extensive and detailed analysis of the roles played by African women in seven revolutionary movements in post World War II Africa. The revolutionary movements covered in this book occurred in: Algeria, Kenya, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
culture, religion and gender issues. The words ﬁsexﬂ and ﬁgenderﬂ are sometimes used interchangeably, but in fact they have different meanings. Sex refers to a person™s biological characteristics Œ whether a person is male or female.
Gender refers to the different roles that are assigned to males and females. Gender Revolution A discussion guide for teachers and parents Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric The two-hour documentary premieres Monday, Feb. 6, at 9/8c. Gender Revolution.The Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa (JGIDA) strives towards excellence and relevance in African scholarship.
JGIDA will promote freedom of inquiry and research with a view to stimulating and entrenching a culture and tradition of independent African research issues. To this end, JGIDA will foreground the following: African responses to regional challenges; African.Bornstein, a trans woman who finds gender deeply problematic, sums up this resistance nicely in her book title, Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us1.
It is commonly argued that biological differences between males and females determine gender by causing enduring differences in capabilities and Size: KB.