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                 An Interdisciplinary Bibliography on Gender and Globalization


“1999 World Survey on the Role of Women in Development: Globalization, Gender,
       and Work.” Women in Action. Quezon City: June 30, 2002, p. 61.


“AALOCHANA – Centre for Documentation and Research on Women.” Win News.
       27(3). Lexington: Summer 2001, p. 63.


Abou-nassif, Fida. “Canadian Women and the Welfare State in an Age of
       Globalization.” Masters Abstracts International. 41(2). April 2003, p. 449.


Acker, Joan. “The Future of „Gender and Organizations‟: Connections and Boundaries.”
       Gender, Work and Organization. 5(4). October 1998, pp. 195 – 206.


Ackerman, Frank and Tufts University, Global Development and Environment Institute.
       The Changing Nature of Work. Washington: Island Press, 1998.


Ackerman, Frank and Tufts University, Global Development and Environment Institute.
       The Political Economy of Inequality. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2000.


Acosta-Belen, Edna and Christine E. Bose. “U.S. Latin American Feminisms:
       Hemispheric Encounters.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
       25(4). Summer 2000, pp. 1113 – 1119.


Acsady, Judit. “Urges and Obstacles: Changes for Feminism in Eastern Europe.”
       Women’s Studies International Forum. 22(4). 1999, pp. 405 – 409.


Adam, Barbara. “The Gendered Time Politics of Globalization: Of Shadowlands and
       Elusive Justice.” Feminist Review. (70). 2002, pp. 3 – 29.



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Adler, Lisa Anne. “Gender, Labor and Globalization: The Case of the Temporary Help
       Service Industry.” DAI-A. 61(10). April 2001, p. 4154.


Adrian, Bonnie. “Framing the Bride: Beauty, Romance, and Rites of Globalization in
       Taiwan‟s Bridal Industry.” DAI-A. 60(12). June 2000, p. 4488.


Aftab, Tahera. “Lobbying for Transnational Feminism: Feminist Conversations Make
       Connections.” NWSA Journal. 14(2). Bloomington: Summer 2002, p. 153.


Afshar, Haleh and Stephanie Barrientos. (Eds.). Women, Globalization and
       Fragmentation in the Developing World. New York: St. Martin‟s Press, 1999.


Agro, Felipe and Jeffrey Stark. Fault Lines of Democracy in Post-transition Latin
       America. Coral Cables: North-South Center Press/University of Miami; Boulder:
       Distributed by Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998.


Ahlberg, Beth Maina, Ingela Krantz, Gunilla LIndmark, and Marian Warsame. “„It Is A
       Tradition‟: Female Circumcision (FC) Eradication, Migration and Persistance in a
       Swedish Context.” 8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women,
       Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-
       Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002. 2002.


Ahooja-Patel, Krishna. Women and Sustainable Development: An International
       Dimension. New Dehli: Ashish Publication House, 1995.


Aidoo, Ama Ata et al. “Ama Ata Aidoo, Edna Acosta-Belen, Amritu Basu, Maryse
       Conde, Nell Painter, and Nawal El Saadawi speak on Feminism, Race, and
       Transnationalism.” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. 1(1).
       Autumn 2000, pp. 1 – 28.




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Aitken, Helen. “Rural Women and Telecommunications in Developing Countries.” 8th
       International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women and
       Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.


Ai-Yu Niu, Greta. “Wives, Widows, and Workers: Corazon Aquino, Imelda Marcos, and
       the Filipina „Other‟.” NWSA. 11(2). 1997.


Alberta University, Edmonton. Educating in Global Times: Race, Class, Gender (and
       Other Processes of Normalization). Graduate Student Research Conference
       Proceedings (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, March 14 – 15, 1997). 1997.


Albrecht, Sarah Joy. “World Social Forum.” Off Our Backs. 34(3/4). Washington:
       March/April 2004, p. 13.


Alexander, Jacqui M and Chandra Talpade Mohanty. Feminist Genealogies, Colonial
       Legacies and Democratic Futures. New York: Routledge, 1997.


Alexander, M. et al. (Eds.). Refashioning Sociology: Responses to a New World Order:
       The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference Proceedings.
       Brisbane: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), 1998.


Al-Krenawi, Alean, John Graham and Abuelaish Izzeldin. “The Psychosocial Impact of
       Polygamous Marriages on Palestinian Women.” Women and Health. 34(1). Old
       Westburg: March 31, 2001, p. 1.


Allison, Julliann Emmons. Technology, Development, Democracy: International
       Conflict and Cooperation in the Information Age. Albany: State University of
       New York Press, 2002.




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Allman, Jean Marie and Antoinette M. Burton. “Destination Globalization? Women,
       Gender and Comparative Colonial Histories in the New Millenium.” Journal of
       Colonialism and Colonial History. 4(1). April 2003.


Altman, D. “A Global Sexual Politics?” Dialogue. 20(2). 2001, pp. 34 – 39.


Altman, D. “Sex and Political Economy.” Australian Humanities Review. (23).
       September – November 2001. (Online only).


Alvarez, Sonia E., Elevina Dagnino, and Arturo Escobar. Cultures of Politics, Politics of
       Cultures: Re-visioning Latin American Social Movements. Boulder: Westview,
       1998.


Amrit Gill, Teena. Women-Asia: Globalization Complicates Fight for Rights. Interpress
       Service. 1999.


Anderlini-D‟Onofrio, Serena. “Bitches, Witches, and „Sluts‟: Narratives of Feminist
       Empowerment in Caribbean Italian Studies.” Women and Language. 26(1).
       Urbana: Spring 2003, p. 44.


Anderson-fye, Eileen Patricia. “Never Leave Yourself: Belizean Schoolgirls‟
       Psychological Development in a Cultural Context.” DAI-A. 63(6). December
       2002, p. 3037.


Andersson, Asa. “Young Women‟s Identity Formation in a Multi-Ethnic Urban Setting.”
       8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women
       and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.




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Angeles, Leornora C. “Reflections on Feminist Policy Research on Gender, Agriculture,
       and Global Trade.” Canadian Woman Studies. 21/22(4/1). Spring/Summer
       2003, pp. 116 – 123.


Antrobus, Peggy. “Transformational Leadership: Advancing the Agenda for Gender
       Justice.” Gender and Development. 8(3). November 2000, pp. 50 – 56.


Apodaca, Linda. “Chicanas in the Global Process.” 8th International Interdisciplinary
       Congress on Women, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere
       University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002. 2002.


Arean, Juan Carlos. “Men‟s Work in Mexico: Coming Home in a New Way.” Voice
       Male. Amherst: January 31, 2001, p. 19.


Ariffin, Rohana. “Feminism in Malaysia: A Historical and Present Perspective of
       Women‟s Struggles in Malaysia.” Women’s Studies International Forum. 22(4).
       July-August 1999, pp. 417 – 423.


Artsy, Avishay. “Neither Woman Nor Beast: The Ecofeminist Approach.” Student
       Underground. (34). November 14, 2001.


Arru, Angiolina. “Local Networks, Global Networks: Marriage and Immigrant.” 8th
       International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women and
       Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.


“Asia Pacific Women Meet and Tackle Economic Globalization.” International Peace
       Update. 65( 1 – 2). 2000.


Asiimwe, Faridah. “Gender and Globalization: Who is Responsible for Social Justice?
       8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women



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       and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.


Aslanbeigui, Nahid and Gale Summerfield. “The Asian Crisis, Gender, and the
       International Financial Architecture.” Feminist Economics. 6(3). November
       2000, pp. 81 – 103.


Atallah, Samira A. “Factories Without Walls: Women‟s Labor and Tobacco Production
       in Lebanon.” Al-Raida. 15(79). Fall 1997, pp. 12 – 26.


“At Home in the World? The Gendered Cartographies of Globality.” Feminist Studies.
       27(3). 2001.


“At Your Service Madam? The Globalization of Domestic Service.” Feminist Review.
       (70). 2002.


Avasthi, Abha and A. K. Srivastava. (Eds.). Modernity, Feminism and Women
       Empowerment. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2001.


Bacchetta, Paola. “Militant Hindu Nationalist Women Reimagine Themselves: Notes on
       Mechanisms of Expansion/Adjustment.” Journal of Women’s History. 10(4).
       1999.


Baer, Douglass Edward. Political Sociology: Canadian Perspectives. Don Mills; New
       York: Oxford University Press Canada, 2002.


Bahugana, Nitin Jugran. “Global: SAARC, Globalization and Women.” Women’s
       Feature Service. New Dehli: November 17, 2003.


Bajpai, Shailaja. “Thoroughly Modern Misses: Women on Indian Television.” Women.
       8(3). Autumn 1997, pp. 303 – 310.



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Bakkar, Isabella. “Engendering Macroeconomics.” Lola Press. Berlin: October 31,
       2000, p. 12.


Bakkar, Isabella and Stephen Gill. Power, Production, and Social Reproduction: Human
       In/security in the Global Political Economy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
       2003.


Balakrishnan, Radhika. The Hidden Assembly Line: Gender Dynamics of Subcontracted
       Work in a Global Economy. Bloomfield: Kumarian Press, 2002.


Balka, Ellen and Richard Smith. Women, Work and Computerization: Charting a Course
       to the Future: IFIP TC9 WG9.1. Seventh International Conference on Women,
       Work, and Computerization, June 8 – 11, 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia
       Canada. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.


Bandy, Joe. “Reterritorializing Borders: Transnational Environmental Justice
       Movements on the U.S./Mexico Border.” Race, Gender, and Class. 9(3). New
       Orleans: October 31, 1997, p. 1.


Banerjee, N. “Can Markets Alter Gender Relations?” Gender, Technology and
       Development. 3(1). January-April 1999, pp. 103 – 122.


Bapat, Ram. “Globalization: Gender, Caste and Environmental Concerns.” Indian
       Association for Women’s Studies Newsletter. September 2001, pp. 11 – 12.


Barlow, Tani E. “„Green Blade in the Act of Being Grazed‟: Late Capital, Flexible
       Bodies, Critical Intelligibility.” differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural
       Studies. 10. 1998.




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Barlow, Tani E. et al. “Roundtable: „Globalization, Postsocialism, and the People‟s
       Republic of China.‟” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 26(4).
       Summer 2001, pp. 1273 – 1291.


Barndt, Deborah. “Fruits of Injustice: Women in the Post-NAFTA Food System.”
       Canadian Woman Studies. 21(4).


Barnes, Donna. “Radical Social Work, Race, Class and Gender.” Race, Gender, Class.
       9(1). New Orleans: January 31, p. 145.


Barnett, Bernice McNair, Rose M. Brewer, and Bahati M. Kuumba. “New Directions In
       Race, Gender and Class Studies: African American Experiences.” Race, Gender
       and Class. 6(2). 1999, pp. 7 – 28.


Basch, Linda. “Facing Global Capital, Finding Human Security: A Gendered Critique.”
       8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women
       and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.


Bayes, Jane H. and Nayereh Esfahlani Tohidi. Globalization, Gender, and Religion: The
       Politics of Women’s Rights in Catholic and Muslim Contexts. New York:
       Palgrave 2001.


Becker, Sawa Kurotani. “Transnational Home-making and the Construction of Gender
       and Cultural Identities Among Expatriate Japanese Wives in the United States.”
       DAI-A. 60(4). October 1999, p. 1202.


“Beijing + 5: Women 2000 – United Nations Special Session June 5 – 9 „General
       Assembly Commitment to 1995 Beijing Conference.‟” WIN News. 26(3).
       Lexington: Summer 2000, p. 2.




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Bejarano, Cynthia L. “Las Super Madres de Latino America: Transforming Motherhood
       by Challenging Violence in Mexico, Argentina and El Salvador.” Frontiers.
       23(1). Boulder: 2002, p. 126.


Belkhir, Jean Ait and Francis O. Odeola. “Environmentalism, Race, Gender, and Class in
       Global Perspective.” Race, Gender, and Class. 5(1). New Orleans: October 31,
       1997, p. 4.


Ben-Aryeh, Asher and John Gal. Into the Promised Land: Issues Facing the Welfare
       State. Westport: Praeger, 2001.


Bender, Daniel E. and Richard A. Greenwald. Sweatshop USA: The American Sweatshop
       in Historical and Global Perspective. New York: Routledge, 2003.


Beneria, Lourdes. Gender, Development, and Globalization: Economics As If All People
       Mattered. Routledge, 2003.


Beneria, Lourdes. “Globalization, Gender and the Davos Man.” Feminist Economics.
       5(3). 1999.


Beneria, Lourdes. “Shifting the Risk: New Employment Patterns, Informalization, and
       Women‟s Work.” International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. 15(1).
       September 2001, pp. 27 – 53.


Benhabib, S. “Sexual Difference and Collective Identities: The New Global
       Constellation.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 24(2). Winter
       1999, pp. 335 – 361.


Bennett, T. and D. Carter. (Eds.). Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs.
       Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2001.




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Berik, Gunseli. “Mature Export-Led Growth and Gender Wage Inequality in Taiwan.”
       Feminist Economics. 6(3). November 2000, pp. 1 – 26.


Bernston, Marit Ann. “Daughters of Jeanne D‟Arc: Women in the French Front
       National.” DAI-A. 61(5). November 2000, p. 2061.


Bienefeld, M. “Global Markets: Threats to Sustainable Human Development.” In
       Noeleen Heyzer, Sushma Kapoor, and Joanne Sandler. (Eds.). A Commitment to
       the World’s Women: Perspectives on Development for Beijing and Beyond. New
       York: United Nations Development Fund for Women [UNIFEM], 1995, pp. 87 –
       100.


Black, Sandra E., Elizabeth Brainerd, and National Bureau of Economic Research.
       Importing Inequality?: The Impact of Globalization on Gender Discrimination.
       Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002.


Blackmore, Jill. “Localization/Globalization and the Midwife State: Strategic Dilemmas
       for State Feminism in Education?” Journal of Education Policy. 14(1). January-
       February 1999, pp. 33 – 54.


Blair-Loy, Mary and Jerry A. Jacobs. “Globalization, Work Hours, and the Care Deficit
       Among Stockbrokers.” Gender and Society. (Special Issue: Global Perspectives
       on Gender and Carework.) 17(2). April 2003, pp. 230 – 249.


Blanpain, R. (Eds.). Law in Motion: Recent Developments in Civil Procedure,
       Constitutional, Contract, Criminal, Environmental, Family and Succession,
       Intellectual Property, Labour, Medical, Social Security, Transport Law. Belgium
       and Cambridge: World Law Conference and Kluwer Law International, 1997.


Bletter, Gloria. “Gender Equality, Development and Peace.” Peace and Freedom.
       61(3). Philadelphia: Summer 2001, p. 4.



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Boncol, Leti. “Media Violence.” Women in Action. Quezon City: March 31, 1998, p.
       16 – 21.


Bow, Leslie. Betrayal and Other Acts of Subversion: Feminism, Sexual Politics, Asian
       American Women’s Literature. Princeton; Oxford: Princeton University Press,
       2001.


Bowman, Olga Celle de. “Peruvian Female Industrialists and the Globalization Project:
       Deindustrialization and Women‟s Independence.” Gender and Society. 14(4).
       August 2000, pp. 540 – 559.


Bradley, Harriet. Gender and Power in the Workplace: Analyzing the Impact of
       Economic Change. Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1999.


Brah, Avtar. “Global Mobilities, Local Predicaments: Globalization and the Critical
       Imagination.” Feminist Review. (70). 2002, pp. 30 – 45.


Branco, Adelia De Melo. “Women of the Drought: A Study of Employment,
       Mobilization and Change in Northeastern Brazil.” DAI-A. 58(11). May 1998, p.
       4324.


Brear, Michelle. “Why Women Should Protest at the CBF and CHOGM.” Green Left
       Weekly. (464). September 19, 2001.


Brennan, Denise Ellen. “Everything is for Sale Here: Sex Tourism in Sosua, the
       Dominican Republic.” DAI-A. 59(4). October 1998, p. 1233.


Brine, Jacky. Undereducating Women: Globalizing Inequality. Buckingham;
       Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1999.




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Briones, Leonor. “Leonor Briones: Parallel Trends of Globalization.” Women in Action.
       Quezon City: September 30, 1997, p. 39.


Briskin, Linda. “Autonomy, Diversity, and Integration: Union Women‟s Separate
       Organization in North America and Western Europe in the Context of
       Restructuring and Globalization.” Women’s Studies International Forum. 22(5).
       September-October 1999, pp. 543 – 554.


Broadhead, Lee-Ann. “The Gender Dimension to the Search for Global Justice.”
       Canadian Woman Studies. 21/22(4/1). Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 179 – 182.


Brooks, Ann, Alison MacKinnon, Jacqueline Laufer, and Sandra L. Fielden. (Eds.).
       Gender and the Restructured University: Changing Management and Culture in
       Higher Education. Philadelphia: Society for Research into Higher Education and
       Open University, 2001.


Brown, Richard K. (Eds.). The Changing Shape of Work. 1997.


Brownhill, Leigh S., Wahu M. Kaara, and Terisa E. Turner. “Gender Relations and
       Sustainable Development: Rural Women‟s Resistance to Structural Adjustment in
       Kenya.” Canadian Woman Studies. 17(2). Spring 1997, pp. 40 – 44.


Buckingham-Hatfield, Susan. “Gender-Equity: A Prerequisite for Sustainable
       Development.” Geography. 87(3). 2002, pp. 227 – 233.


Bulatao, Rodolfo A. and John B. Casterline. Global Fertility Transition. New York:
       Population Council, 2001.


Burman, E. “The Abnormal Distribution of Development: Policies for Southern Women
       and Children.” Gender, Place and Culture. 2(1). March 1995, pp. 21 – 36.




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Butwell, Ann, Kathy Ogle, Scott Wright, and the Ecumenical Programme on Central
       America and the Caribbean. The Globalization of Hope: Central America,
       Mexico and the Caribbean in the New Millennium. Washington: Ecumenical
       Program on Central America and the Caribbean (EPICA), 1998.


Byron, J. and D. Thorburn. “Gender and International Relations: A Global Perspective
       and Issues for the Caribbean.” Feminist Review. (59). 1998, pp. 211 – 232.


Bystydzienski, Jill and Joti Sekhm. Democratization and Women’s Grassroots
       Movements. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999.


Cagatay, Nilufer. “Gender Budgets and Beyond: Feminist Fiscal Policy in the Context of
       Globalization.” Gender and Development. 11(1). May 2003, pp. 15 – 24.


Calloni, Marina. “Feminism, Politics, Theories and Science: Which New Link?”
       European Journal of Women’s Studies. February 2003, pp. 87 – 103.


Cambell, Nancy D. “State of Secrecy: Women‟s Crimes and the Practices of Everyday
       Life.” Journal of Women’s History. 10(3). Bloomington: Autumn 1998, p. 204.


Caputto, Virginia. “Musical Matters: Performativity, Gender and Culture in an
       Anthropology of Urban Canadian Childhoods.” DAI-A. 57(12). June 1997, p.
       5200.


Carty, Victoria. “Ideologies and Forms of Domination in the Organization of the Global
       Production and Consumption of Goods in the Emerging Postmodern Era: A Case
       Study of Nike Corporation and the Implications for Gender.” Gender, Work and
       Organization. 4(4). October 1997, pp. 189 – 201.




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Caspersz, Donella. “Export Processing Zone Style Developments and Regulation of
       Australian Women‟s Labour.” International Review of Women in Leadership.
       (1999).


Castaneda, Claudia. “Worlds in the Making: The Child-body in the Production of
       Difference.” DAI-A. 60(3). September 1999, p. 864.


Castles, S. and A. Davidson. Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics
       of Belonging. London: MacMillan Press, 2000.


CHALLENGES for Feminism in a Globalized World: World Social Forum, Porto Alegre
       2002. Quito: ALAI, 2002.


Chan-tiberghien, Jennifer. “The Rise of Women‟s Human Rights Epistemic Network:
       Global Norms and Local Education Redefining Gender Politics in Japan.” DAI-A.
       62(9). March 2002, p. 3099.


Chandler, Timothy John Lindsay and John Nauright. Making the Rugby World: Race,
       Gender, Commerce. London; Portland: F. Cass, 1999.


Chang, Grace. Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global
       Economy. Cambridge: South End Press, 2000.


Chang, Piluha. “A Feminist View of Social Policy in Some East Asian Countries.”
       Asian Journal of Women’s Studies. 2. Seoul: October 31, 1996, p. 7.


Chari, P. R. and Sonika Gupta. Human Security in South Asia: Energy, Gender,
       Migration, and Globalization. New Delhi: Social Science Press: Distributed by
       D. K. Publishers and Distributers, 2003.




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Chase, Jacquelyn. The Space of Neoliberalism: Land, Place and Family in Latin
       America. Bloomfield: Kumarian Press, 2002.


Chaudhuri, Maitrayee. “Gender and Advertisements: The Rhetoric of Globalization.”
       Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(3/4). May-August 2001, pp. 373 –
       385.


Chauhan, Abba and Aditya Chauhan. (Eds.). Intercultural Dialogue: Cultural
       Dimensions of Social Change. 1998.


Cherniavsky, Eva. “Visionary Politics? Feminist Interventions in the Culture of
       Images.” Feminist Studies. 26(1). 2001.


Chhachhi, Amrita. “Flexibility, Skill, and Industrial Restructuring: The Electronics
       Industry in India.” Gender, Technology and Development. 3(3). September-
       December 1999, pp. 329 – 360.


Chiappe, Marta B. and Emma Zapata Martelo. “The Sustainability of Rural
       Communities from a Global Perspective: Limitations and Opportunities.” 8th
       International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Department of Women of
       Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002.
       2002.


Chinery-Hesse M. “Accelerating the Pace of Progress.” World of Work. 12(3). May-
       June 1995.


Chinkin, C. “Gender and Globalization: A Century in Retrospect.” UN Chronicle.
       37(2). 2000, pp. 69 – 70.




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Choo, Christine. Mission Girls: Aboriginal Women on Catholic Missions in the
       Kimberley, Western Australia, 1900 – 1950. Crawley: University of Western
       Australia Press, 2001.


Choudhury, Pinky Aragon. “Business Not As Usual.” Women in Action. Quezon City:
       June 30, 1996, p. 21.


Christensen, Matthew James. “Of Rebellions and Revolutions: Masculinity, Race, and
       Transnational Modernity in Late Twentieth-Century United States and Sierra
       Leonean Representations of the Amistad Slave Revolt.” DAI-A. 63(7). January
       2003, p. 2533.


“CIRDAP – The British Council Regional Workshop. Towards Gender Equality:
       Poverty, Rights, and Participation.” CIRDAP Development Digest. (71). March
       1998, pp. 3 – 7.


“CLADEM: Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women‟s
       Rights: Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (DESC).” WIN News. 29(2).
       Lexington: Spring 2003, p. 76.


Clawson, Dan. The Next Upsurge: Labor and the New Social Movements. Ithaca: IRL
       Press, 2003.


Cobb, John B. Speaking of Religion and Politics: The Progressive Church on Hot
       Topics. Claremont: Pinch Publications, 2000.


Cochrane, Regina. “(Eco)feminism as a „Temporary Autonomous-Zone‟? Reflections
       on Calgary‟s Anti-Globalization Protests.” Women and Environments
       International Magazine. Toronto: Fall 2002, p. 24.




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Coicand, Jean-Marc and Viejo Aulis Heiskanen. The Legitimacy of International
       Organizations. Tokyo; New York: United Nations University Press, 2001.


Coleman, Gill. “Gender, Power, and Post-structuralism in Corporate Citizenship: A
       Personal Perspective on Theory and Change.” Journal of Corporate Citizenship.
       (5). 2002, pp. 17 – 26.


Coll, Kathleen Marie. “Motherhood and Cultural Citizenship: Organizing Latina
       Immigrants in San Francisco, California.” DAI-A. 61(11). May 2001, p. 4440.


Collins, Jane L. “Mapping a Global Labor Market: Gender and Skill in the Globalizing
       Garment Industry.” Gender and Society. 16(6). December 2002, pp. 921 – 940.


Collins, Jane L. Threads: Gender, Labor, and Power in the Global Apparel Industry.
       Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003.


Concilium Foundation. The Rights of Women. London: SCM Press, 2002.


Connell, Robert W. “Masculinities, Change, and Conflict in Global Society: Thinking
       About the Future of Men‟s Studies.” Journal of Men’s Studies. 11(3). Harriman:
       Spring 2003, p. 249.


“Confronting Complexities – Gender Perceptions and Values.” 1998.


Cook, Joanne, Jennifer Robers, and Geogina Waylen. (Eds.). Towards a Gendered
       Political Economy. New York: St. Martin‟s Press in association with Political
       Economy Research Centre, the University of Sheffield, 2000.


Cooke, Miriam. “War, Gender, and Military Studies.” NWSA Journal. 13(3).
       Bloomington: Fall 2001, p. 181.




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Corpuz, Victoria Tuali. “Key Issues for Thinking About Globalization from a Gender
       Perspective.” In CHALLENGES for Feminism in a Globalization World: World
       Social Forum, Porto Alegre 2002. Quito: ALAI, 2002.


Costa, Leeray M. “Developing Identities: The Production of Gender, Culture and
       Modernity in a Northern Thai Non-Governmental Organization.” DAI-A. 62(6).
       December 2001, p. 2153.


Costay, Leeray M. and Andrew Matzner. “Abusing Images: Domestic Violence in Thai
       Cartoon Books.” Intersections. (8). October 2002.


Crawford, Charmaine. “Sending Love in a Barrel: The Making of Transnational
       Caribbean Families in Canada.” Canadian Woman Studies. 22(3 – 4). 2003,
       pp. 104 – 109.


Crossing Borders and Shifting Boundaries. Opladen: Leske and Budrich, 2002 – 2003.


Culler, TA. “Beijing + 5: Women‟s Rights Advocates Stand Firm Against Backsliding
       on Platform for Action.” Conscience. 21(2). Summer 2000, pp. 10 – 30.


Currie, Dawn H. and Sunera Thobani. “From Modernization to Globalization:
       Challenges and Opportunities.” Gender, Technology and Development. 7(2).
       May-August 2003, pp. 149 – 170.


Curthoys, Ann and Carol Johnson. “Articulating the Future and the Past: Gender, Race,
       and Globalization in One Nation Discourse.” Hecate. 24(2). St. Lucia: 1998, pp.
       97 – 115.


Darby, Phillip. At the Edge of International Relations: Postcolonialism, Gender, and
       Dependency. London; New York: Pinter , 1997.




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Datar, Chhaya and Aseem Prakash. “Engendering Community Rights: A Case for
       Women‟s Access to Water and Wasteland.” Indian Journal of Gender Studies.
       8(2). July-December 2001, pp. 223 – 246.


Date-bah, Eugenia. Promoting Gender Equality at Work: Turning Vision into Reality for
       the Twenty-first Century. London: Zed Books, 1997.


Davis, Angela and Gina Dent. “Prison as a Border: A Conversation on Gender,
       Globalization, and Punishment.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and
       Society. 26(4). Summer 2001, pp. 1235 – 1241.


Dayal, Abha. “Voices from the Region: A Film on Migration, Trafficking and
       HIV/AIDS in South Asia.” 8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on
       Women, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University,
       Kampala-Uganda, July 21 – 26, 2002. 2002.


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