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    ‘Race’, Gender and Neoliberalism: Changing Visual Representations in Development

    Wilson, Kalpana. 2011. “‘Race’, Gender and Neoliberalism: Changing Visual Representations in Development.” Third World Quarterly 32 (2): 315–31.

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    Topics: Development, Gender, Livelihoods, NGOs, Political Economies, Race

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    Promises of Peace and Development: Mining and Violence in Guatemala

    Caxaj, C. Susana, Helene Berman, Jean-Paul Restoule, Colleen Varcoe, and Susan L. Ray. 2013. "Promises of Peace and Development: Mining and Violence in Guatemala." Advances in Nursing Science 36 (3): 213-28.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Economies, Economic Inequality, Poverty, Ethnicity, Extractive Industries, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Genocide, Globalization, Health, Households, Livelihoods, Multi-national Corporations, Post-Conflict, Race, Rights, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Land Rights, Women's Rights, Violence Regions: Americas, Central America Countries: Guatemala Keywords: colonialism, conflict, dispossession, indigenous health, mining, peace, poverty

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    Gendered Practices of Counterinsurgency

    Khalili, Laleh. 2011. "Gendered Practices of Counterinsurgency." Review of International Studies 37: 1471-91.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Class, Combatants, Development, Gender, Women, Masculinity/ies, Femininity/ies, Gender-Based Violence, Gendered Power Relations, Governance, Post-conflict Governance, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Political Participation, Race, Sexuality, Violence Regions: MENA, Americas, North America, Asia, Middle East, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan, Iraq, United States of America

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    Company–Community Agreements, Gender and Development

    Keenan, J. C., D. L. Kemp, and R. B. Ramsay. 2014. “Company–Community Agreements, Gender and Development.” Journal of Business Ethics 135 (4): 607–15. doi:10.1007/s10551-014-2376-4.
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    Topics: Age, Class, Development, Economies, Poverty, Ethnicity, Extractive Industries, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Race Keywords: agreements, community, gender, development, social inclusion, mining, corporate social responsibility

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    Stepchildren of Progress: The Political Economy of Development in an Indonesian Mining Town

    Robinson, Kathryn M. 1986. Stepchildren of Progress: The Political Economy of Development in an Indonesian Mining Town. Albany: State University of New York Press.

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    Topics: Class, Development, Economies, Ethnicity, Extractive Industries, Gender, Gender Roles, Political Economies, Race, Rights, Indigenous Rights Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Indonesia

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    Social Provisioning as a Starting Point for Feminist Economics

    Power, Marilyn. 2004. “Social Provisioning as a Starting Point for Feminist Economics.” Feminist Economics 10 (3): 3–19.

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    Topics: Class, Development, Economies, Care Economies, Feminist Economics, Ethnicity, Feminisms, Feminist Political Economy, Gender, Race Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: social provisioning, welfare reform, gender and development, feminist political economics, feminist ecological economics, feminist methodology

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