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    The Making of a Transnational Community: Migration, Development, and Cultural Change in the Dominican Republic

    Georges, Eugena. 1990. The Making of a Transnational Community: Migration, Development, and Cultural Change in the Dominican Republic. New York: Columbia University Press.

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    Topics: Class, Displacement & Migration, Migration, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Households Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries, North America Countries: Dominican Republic, United States of America

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    Mujeres rurales, tierra y producción: Propiedad, acceso y control de la tierra para las mujeres.

    Fuentes López, Adriana Patricia, Javier Lautaro Medina Bernal and Sergio Andrés Coronado Delgado. 1993. Mujeres rurales, tierra y producción: Propiedad, acceso y control de la tierra para las mujeres. San José, Costa Rica: Asociación para el Desarrollo de las Mujeres Negras Costarricenses.

    Topics: Gender, Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Masculinity/ies, Gender Roles, Femininity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Rights, Land Rights, Property Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Americas, Central America, South America Countries: Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua

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    New Plantations, New Workers: Gender and Production Politics in the Dominican Republic

    Raynolds, Laura T. 2001. “New Plantations, New Workers: Gender and Production Politics in the Dominican Republic.” Gender and Society 15 (1): 7–28.

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    Topics: Class, Economies, Ethnicity, Gender, Gender Roles, Gendered Power Relations, Globalization, Livelihoods, Multi-national Corporations, Political Economies Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries Countries: Dominican Republic

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    Ensuring Women Follow the Money: Gender Barriers in Extractive Industry Revenue Accountability in the Dominican Republic and Zambia

    Jayasinghe, Namalie, and Maria Ezpeleta. 2019. "Ensuring Women Follow the Money: Gender Barriers in Extractive Industry Revenue Accountability in the Dominican Republic and Zambia." The Extractive Industries and Society, April 15, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2019.04.003

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    Topics: Extractive Industries, Gender, Women, Gendered Discourses, International Organizations, Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa, Americas, Caribbean countries Countries: Dominican Republic, Zambia Keywords: gender, women's rights organizations, social accountability, revenue, extractive industries, Dominican Republic, Zambia, transparency

  5. Research

    Barrio Women and Popular Politics in Chávez’s Venezuela

    Fernandez, Sujatha. 2007. “Barrio Women and Popular Politics in Chavez’s Venezuela.” Latin American Politics and Society 49 (3): 97–127.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Hierarchies, Governance, Political Participation Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Venezuela

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    Paradoxes of Gendered Political Opportunity in the Venezuelan Transition to Democracy

    Friedman, Elisabeth J. 1998. “Paradoxes of Gendered Political Opportunity in the Venezuelan Transition to Democracy.” Latin American Research Review 33 (3): 87–135.

    Topics: Gender, Governance, Political Participation Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Venezuela

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    Development Alternatives

    Radcliffe, Sarah A. 2015. “Development Alternatives.” Development and Change 46 (4): 855–74. doi:10.1111/dech.12179.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Feminisms, Gender Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela

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    Manuelita's Boots: Women Between Two Movements

    Ciccariello-Maher, George, and Jeff St. Andrews. 2013. “Manuelita’s Boots: Women Between Two Movements.” In We Created Chávez: A People’s History of the Venezuelan Revolution. Durham: Duke University Press.

    Topics: Gender, Women, Political Participation Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Venezuela

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    Gender, Neoliberalism and Post-Neoliberalism: Re-Assessing the Institutionalisation of Women’s Struggles for Survival in Ecuador and Venezuela

    Lind, Amy. 2010. “Gender, Neoliberalism and Post-Neoliberalism: Re-Assessing the Institutionalisation of Women’s Struggles for Survival in Ecuador and Venezuela.” In The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

    Topics: Development, Economies, Economic Inequality, Poverty, Gender, Women, Globalization, Political Economies, Post-Conflict Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Ecuador, Venezuela

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    Unpacking Widow Headship and Agency in Post-Conflict Nepal

    Ramnarain, Smita. 2016. “Unpacking Widow Headship and Agency in Post-Conflict Nepal.” Feminist Economics 22 (1): 80–105.

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    Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Nepal Keywords: agency, violent conflict, qualitative methods, female headship

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