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Cecile Jackson
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University of East Anglia,School of Development Studies (March 1995)
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Politics & Government
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Rescuing gender from the poverty trap. Feminist visions of development, 48-73, 2005. Feminist visions of development: gender analysis and policy. C Jackson, R Pearson. Doing what comes naturally? Women and environment in development.

Jackson, Cecile, 1996. Gender, poverty and deprivation: Evidence from the Republic of Guinea," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 26(12), pages 2119-2135, December. Rescuing gender from the poverty trap," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 24(3), pages 489-504, March. Handle: RePEc:eee:wdevel:v:24:y:1996:i:3:p:489-504.

Such a gendered analysis of aid reform processes is of paramount importance as changes in gender and development policies have always largely been influenced by shifts . Rescuing Gender From the Poverty Trap. March 1996 · World Development.

Such a gendered analysis of aid reform processes is of paramount importance as changes in gender and development policies have always largely been influenced by shifts in general aid and development policies.

By Cecile Jackson, Ruth Pearson . Gender appears to have collapsed into a poverty trap; this essay raises a call for help, or at least a discussion about the relative benefits of captivity versus escape. If gender and development (GAD) has moved from the fringe to the mainstream of development, this should be cause for celebration rather than unease about what has been lost in translation.

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Home Resources Rescuing Gender from the Poverty Trap. Source publication information. Source Book Title: Feminist Visions of Development: Gender Analysis and Policy. How to find this resource. Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre. Poverty, Gender and Sexuality, Monitoring and Evaluation.

Gender analysis is a type of socio-economic analysis that uncovers how gender relations affect a development problem. The aim may just be to show that gender relations will probably affect the solution, or to show how they will affect the solution and what could be done. Gender analysis frameworks provide a step-by-step methodology for conducting gender analysis.

73 84. Cindy Lewis, ‘Microfinance From the Point of View of Women With Disabilities: Lessons From Zambia and Zimbabwe’, Gender and Development, 2004, 12, 1, 28–39.

Cecile Jackson, ‘Rescuing Gender from the Poverty Trap’, World Development, 1996, 24, 3, 489–504. 74. Naila Kabeer, ‘Resources, Agency, Achievements: Reflections on the Measurement of Women’s Empowerment’, Development and Change, 1999, 30, 3, 435–64. 84.

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