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Women, law and engendering resistance

Jacinta Khasiala Muteshi

Women, law and engendering resistance

an African pedagogical project

by Jacinta Khasiala Muteshi

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Kenya,
  • Women"s rights -- Kenya

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jacinta Khasiala Muteshi.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 207 leaves.
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18760923M
    ISBN 100612118118

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    This is the first book to discuss a range of discourses around gender in these two countries. Women and the Politics of Representation in Southeast Asia: Engendering Discourse in Singapore and Malaysia seeks to give an overview of how gender and representation come together in various configurations in the history and contemporary culture of. Book Reviews Engendering Resistance: Agency and Power in Women’s PrisonsM. Bosworth. Aldershot: Ashgate () pp. £ hb Mary Bosworth’s book, which is based on extensive qualitative field work in three English women’s prisons, seeks to offer a new and powerful approach to vexingFile Size: KB.


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This book examines landmark cases establishing women’s legal rights, offering accounts of the litigants, history, parties, strategies, and theoretical implications. It will enrich any law school course and can serve as a text for a course on women and the law, gender and law, feminist jurisprudence, or women’s studies/5(7).

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She is the author of a number of books, including Engendering Resistance: Agency and Power in Women’s Prisons (), Explaining U.S. Imprisonment (), (with Carolyn Hoyle) the edited book What is Criminology. (), (with Katja Aas) the edited book The Borders of Punishment () and Inside Alma mater: University of Western Australia.

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Dodson tells the heroic stories of women like Sara Hatcher who rose from behind the scenes to confront the hierarchy of male clergy. Dodson's historical account of the church and its many.

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