Gender Analysis

Articles and Book Chapters: Annfelt, Trine. 2008. The ‘new’ father: gender equality as discursive resource for family policies. In: Melby, Ravn and Wetterberg, Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia. The limits of political ambition? Bristol: The policy Press, pp 119-134 (15 pages) Arnfred, Signe. 2011. Women, Men and Gender Equality in Development Aid – Trajectories, Contestations. In: Kvinder og Konforskning, pp 46-56 (10 pages) Blystad, Astrid and Moland, Karen Marie. 2009. Counting on Mother’s Love. The Global Politics of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV in Eastern Africa.

In: Evaluations of Public Health Initiatives. P 447-479 (32 pages) Butler, Judith. 1999 [1990]. Gender trouble. Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, New York: Routledge. 3-22 (20 pages) Chant, Sylvia. 2011. The ‘feminization of poverty’ and the “feminization’ of anti-poverty programmes. Room for revision? In Visvanathean et al The Women, Gender and Development reader. 174-194 (20 pages) Connell, Robert. 1995. Masculinites. Ch. 3. Cambridge: Polity Press, pages 67-81: (14 pages) Connell, Robert and Messerschmidt. 2005. Hegemonic Masculinity: Rethinking the Concept.

In Gender and Society, pp 829-859 (25 pages) Cornwall, Harrison and Whitehead 2007: Gender myths and feminist fables: the struggle for interpretive power in gender and development. In: Development and Change, pp 1-20 (20 pages) Cornwall, Andrea and Sarah White. 2000. Men, Masculinities and Development. Politics, Policies and Practices. In: IDS Bulletin, pp. 1-6 Crenshaw, K. W. 1994. Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, Identity politics and Violence Against Women of Color. In: Fineman m. and R. Mytituk: The public nature of Private Violence. The Discovery of Domestic Abuse. London: Routlegde p.93-120 (28 pages) de Beauvoir, Simone.

The other sex. Introduction. p. 7-29 (23 pages) Elson, Diane 2010: Gender and global economic crisis in developing countries: A framework for analysis. Gender and Development, 18:2 201-212 (11 pages) Gammeltoft, Tine. 2002. Seeking trust and transcendence: sexual risk-taking among Vietnamese youth. In: Social Science and Medicine, pp 483-496 (12 pages) Getnet, Tadele. 2011. Heteronormativity and ‘troubled’ masculinities among men who have sex with men in Addis Ababa. In: Culture, Health and Sexuality, pp 457-469 (12 pages) Gullestad, Marianne.

1993. Home decoration as popular culture. Constructing homes, genders and classes in Norway. Gendered anthropology. New York: Routledge . 128-161 (32 pages). Hill Collins, Patricia. 1989. The social construction of Black Feminist Thought. Signs Vol 14. No. 4 :745-773 (29 pages) Jackson, Cecile. 1999. Men’s work, masculinities and gender divisions of labour, The Journal of Development Studies, 36:1, 89-108 (20 pages). Kabeer, Naila. 2004. Reversed realities. Gender hierarchies in development thought. London, Verson. Chapter 5, p. 95-135 (41 pages) Kabeer, Naila. 2005.

Gender equality and Women’s empowerment – a critical analyses of the third Millennium Development Goal. In: Gender and Development 13/1, p13-24 (10 pages). Kandiyoti, Deniz. 1988. Bargaining with Patriarchy. Gender and Society, Vol. 2 no 3, pp 274290 (15 pages) Kay, Rebecca. 2006. I couldn’t live without my kids. : Fatherhood as a contested identity. Chapter 5 in Men in contemporary Russia. The Fallen Heroes of Post-Soviet Change? Aldershot: Ashgate, P. 127-152 (26 pages) Khader, Serene. 2011. Adaptive Preferences and the Paradoxes of Empowerment. Chapter 5, pp 171-206 (35 pages) XX Knudsen, Knut and W?rness, Kari. 2009.

Shared or separate? Money management and changing norms of gender equality among Norwegian couples. Community, Work and Family 12:1, 39-55 (16 pages) Legg, Steven. 2005 Foucault’s Population Geographies: Classifications, Biopolitics and Governmental Spaces. Population, Space and Place 11, pp 137-156 (20 pages) Lewis, Desiree 2002: Feminist theory and women’s movements in Africa. In: African Women’s Studies: 1980-2002, pp 10-20 (10 pages) Madhok, Sumi. 2007. Autonomy, gendered subordination and transcultural dialogue. Journal of Global Ethics.

3;3:335- 257 (19 pages). Mahmood,Saba. 2001. Feminist Theory, Embodiment, and the Docile Agent: Some Reflections on the Egyptian Islamic Revival. Cultural Anthropology 16 (2): 202-236 (34 pages) Mohanty, Chandra. 1991. Under Western Eyes. Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses. In: C. Mohanty,A. Rosso and L. Tourdes, Third World Women and the Politics of feminism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, p. 51-80 (29 pages) Moi, Toril. 1999. What is a Woman. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Ch. 1 p. 21-30 (10 pages) Moore, Henrietta. 1988. Feminism and anthropology.

Cambridge: Polity Press. Chapter 2, p12-41 (20 pages) Mosedal, Sarah. 2005. Assessing women’s empowerment. Towards a conceptual framework. In: Journal of International Development 17, pp 243-257 (14 pages) Narayan, Uma. 2000. Essence of culture and a sense of history. In: Uma Narayan and Sandra Harding (eds. ), Decentering the center. Philosophy for a Multicultural, Postcolonial, and Feminist World. Indiana University Press, pp 80-100 (20 pages) Njunga, John and Blystad, Astrid. 2009 “The divorce programme”: Infant feeding and disclosure in PMTCT programmes in Malawi.

In: International Breastfeeding Journal (IBJ), pp 1-6 (6 pages) Oyewumi , Oyeronke. 1999. Visualizing the Body: Western Theories and African Subjects. In: The Invention of Women. Making an African Sense of Western Gender Discourses. University of Minesota Press. p. 1-30 (30 pages) Pearson, R. 2005. The rise and rise of gender and development. In Khotari, U (ed). A radical history of Development studies: Individuals, Institutions and Ideologies. London: Zed Books , pp 157-179 (22 pages) Rai, Shirin M. 2011 Gender and Development. Theoretical perspectives. 1. In: Visvanathan et. al.

The Women,Gender and Development Reader, pp 28-38 (10 pages) Razavi, S. 2007. The return to social policy and the persistent neglect of unpaid care. Development and change 38 (2): 377-400 (23 pages). Scheper-Hughes, N. and Lock, M. 1987, The mindful body: A prolegomenon to future work in medical anthropology. In: Medical Anthropology Quarterly 1, pp 208-225 (18 pages) Scott, Joan W. 1986. Gender: A useful category of Historical Analysis. In: The American Historical Review, pp 1053-1075 (22 pages) Sharma, Aradharna. 2011. Specifying citizenship: Subaltern politics of rights and justice in contemporary India.

Citizenship studies, 15:8, 965-980 (15 pages) Silberschmidt, Margareth. 2005. Poverty, Male disempowerment and Male Sexuality. Rethinking men and Masculinities in Rural and Urban East Africa. In: Ouzgane L. and R. Morell: African Masculinites. Men in Africa from the late nineteenth century to the present. Palgrave-McMillian/KZNpress, p. 189-204 (16 pages) Stephen, Lynn. 2005. Gender, Citizenship, and the Politics of Identity. In: June Nash (ed. ) Social movements. An anthropological reader, Blackwell Publishing, pp 66-77 (11 pages) Thelen, Tatjana. 2005. Caring grandfathers.

Changes in support between generations in EastGermany. In Haukanes, H. and Pine, F. Generations, Kinship and Care, Gendered Provisions of Social Security ain Central Eastern Europe. University of Bergen. Centre for Women’s and Gender research, Vol. no. 17. , pp 163-188 (25 pages) Van den Bergh, Graziella. 2008. From initiation rituals to AIDS education: entering adulthood at the turn of the millennium. In: Knut-Inge Klepp, Alan J. Flisher and Sylvia F. Kaaya (eds. ) Promoting Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in East and Southern Africa. Uppsala: the Nordic Africa Institute, pp.

99-116 (17 pages) Yuval-Davis, Nira. Intersectionality and Feminist Politics. European Journal of Womne’s Studies 13 (3): 193-209 (18 pages). Wangari, Esther. 2002. Reproductive technologies. A Third World Feminist Perspective. In: Saunders, K. , Feminist Post Development Thought. London: Zed Books p 298-312 (15 pages) Wright, Melissa. 2000. Maquiladora Mestizas and a Feminist Border Politics: Revisiting Anzaldua. In: Harding and Narayan. Decentering the Center. Philosophy for a multicultural, Postcolonial and Feminist World. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. P 208-225 (17 pages)