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Title:Gender and citizenship in the global age = Genre et citoyenneté à l'ère de la mondialisation
Editors:Amri, LaroussiISNI
Ramtohul, RamolaISNI
Year:2014
Pages:348
Language:English
City of publisher:Dakar
Publisher:CODESRIA
ISBN:9782869785892
Geographic terms:Cameroon
Congo (Democratic Republic of)
Kenya
Mauritius
Morocco
Nigeria
South Africa
Uganda
Zimbabwe
Subjects:gender
gender relations
women
citizenship
globalization
conference papers (form)
2008
Link:http://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article1987&lang=en
Abstract:The papers in this volume were first presented at a colloquium on gender and citizenship held in Cairo on 8-10 Ocotber 2008. Contents: Introduction: gender and citizenship in the global age (Laroussi Amri and Ramola Ramtohul); 1. Citoyenneté, démocratie et genre: Le principe féminin comme alternative d'ensemble à la société actuelle (Laroussi Amri); 2. État, mondialisation et citoyenneté multiculturelle: femmes bantoues et femmes pygmées face au genre et aux politiques publiques (Jacques Tshibwabwa); 3. Masculinities, femininities and citizen identities in a global era: the case study of Kiambu District in Kenya, 1980-2007 (Felix Kiruthi); Acquisition of new citizenship in the global village through the emerging female chiefship and notability in Bangwaland, Cameroon (Prudentia Fonkwe Tamonkeng); 5. Globalisation, masculinity and citizen migration: rethinking gender in the twenty first century with reference to Zimbabwe (Ivan Marowa); 6. The body as a tool: female youths in Nigeria negotiating the new global order (Mfon Umoren Ekpootu); 7. Genge videos? Struggles over gender and citizenship in Kenya (Hezron Ndunde Otieno); 8. Citoyenneté et développement humain au Maroc face aux différentes formes d'exclusion: une approche genre (Mustapha Ziky); 9. Uganda's gendered polity since 1995: reconstitution of the public sphere to enhance the presence and participation of women (Sabastiano Rwengabo); 10. Globalization and the gender question: the role of the CEDAW in enhancing women's experience of citizenship in Kenya (Samwel Ong'wen Okuro); 11. Globalisation and gendered citizenship: the Mauritian scenario (Ramola Ramtohul); 12. Rethinking gender and citizenship in a global age: a South African perspective on the intersection between political, social and intimate citizenship (Sharon Groenmeyer). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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