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Author: Haleh Afshar,Stephanie Barrientos
ISBN: 0312216599
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 244 pages
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan; 1999 edition (July 5, 1999)
Language English
Category: Politics
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eBook Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World (Women's Studies at York Series) download

by Haleh Afshar,Stephanie Barrientos


The process of globalization has had a dramatic impact on the lives of women in developing countries in the past decade. They have been increasingly drawn into insecure flexible employment working for the world market.

The process of globalization has had a dramatic impact on the lives of women in developing countries in the past decade. The feminisation of the labour market has increased the burdens on women.

Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World pp 1-17 Cite a. Authors and affiliations. Stephanie Barrientos. Part of the Women’s Studies at York Series book series (WSYS).

Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World pp 1-17 Cite as. Introduction: Women, Globalization and Fragmentation. Changes in the global political economy since the 1980s have had a dramatic effect on the lives of women, who have become increasingly integrated as players in the world’s production and consumption processes. Women have been affected by globalization in the most diverse aspects of their lives and in the furthest reaches of the world.

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She is a prominent Muslim feminist, and characterises herself as a Socialist and a Shi'a Muslim. Her background is in equal opportunities in Britain, and before that, land reform and development in Iran, where she grew up, and journalism in both countries. At the same time the reduction in state services and welfare has increased the burdens placed on women.

Further reproduction prohibited without permission. Women, Globalization, and Fragmentation in Developing Countries. Nagar, Richa;Chu, Margalit;Lunstrum, Elizabeth. The Journal of Asian Studies; Aug 2001; 60, 3; ProQuest. The increase in the incidence of homework is attributed both to the restructuring of production and the feminization of labour markets (Afshar & Barrientos, 1998; Baylina & Schier, 2002; Boris & Daniels, 1989) as well as the ongoing and increasing need for women to contribute to household incomes (Afshar & Barrientos, 1998; Baylina & Schier, 2002; Boris & Daniels, 1989).

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The process of globalization has had a dramatic impact on the lives of women in developing countries. In the past decade, they have been increasingly drawn into insecure flexible employment working for the world market. This book explores the experiences of women in diverse local contexts within different cultures and faiths, drawing on case studies from Asia, Africa and Latin America. It draws out the contradictory and fragmented impact of globalization at the local level on the lives of women in the developing world.