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|Основы социологии Автор Lungiswa G. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
: Appearance and Reality, 693 Bradshaigh, Lady, 94–95, 99, 175 Braine, John, 895 Brazil, 884 — 85 Brontë, Anne: Agnes Gray, 353, 992; Poems, by Currer, Ellis and, Acton Bell, 992- 93; The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, 353, 992 Brontë, Charlotte, 230, 380, 458, 824; and Emily Brontë, 373 — 74, 376 — 77, 379; characters developed by, 354- 59, 361 — 63; children in works of, 584, 596; "Emma," 992; influence of, 363- 67;Jane Eyre, 352 -59, 361, 364 — 73, 497, 568, 584, 596, 946 — 47, 955 — 56, 992; narrative style of, 360 — 61; Poems, by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell, 992 -93; politics of, 359 — 60; The Professor, 360, 992; Shirley, 357 -60, 363, 365, 371 -73; on social issues, 367 — 71; Villette, 360- 64, 372 -73, 379, 992; on women's roles, 371 -73, 955 -56 Brontë, Emily, 371, 955 -56; children in works of, 596; on class and sexuality, 377- 79; criticism of, 376 -79; on moral issues, 373 -74; narrative style of, 374 -76; Poems, by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell, 992 -93; Wuthering Heights, 353, 373- 80, ...
|Perspectives and Recommendations from Experienced Women Leaders An Investigation of Women's Leadership Development.|
Five core meanings and themes were elucidated from interview responses using phenomenological analysis methods.
|Empowering Women. Community Development in Rural Guatemala|
Spanish-language illiteracy, family power relations, and a machismo culture have limited or EXCLUDED the public and political participation of women.
|Developing Practice or Management Struggle?. Barriers to effective youth work practice with young women living with violence|
The book identifies an ideological tension between what youth workers are employed to do and what youth workers believe their role to be and argues for greater recognition of youth work practice and for the professionalisation of youth work.
|Multicultural Girl Work in Practice. WHAT MORE CAN WE DO? Developing a Multicultural Action Plan for the Girls House, A Meeting Place for Girls and Young Women in Helsinki|
This study was made within the framework of action research, emphasizing collaboration and active participation both by the participants, staff members, and by the researcher.
|Rural Women 's Use and high Regard of Tsampa. The Impact of the Panam Integrated Rural Development Project on Food Consumption Patterns and Awareness|
It was implemented in three pilot-villages and spanned four years from 2001 to 2005.
|Perceptions of Empowerment. A Minor Field Study of the Concept Discrepancy Between the Dominating Development Discourse and the Reality of Women in Microcredit Groups|
During the past years the empowerment of women has become something of a universal remedy in the development discourse for the vulnerable position of women, particularly through microcredit strategies.
|Sexual-Spiritual Development. 12 Post-Menopausal Women's Sexual-Spiritual Development|
For some of the participants menopause signaled the beginning of their conscious sexual-spiritual journey.
|Resistance and Acceptance Within a Masculinized Cultural Discourse to Negotiate Difference and Develop Emancipatory Constructs Women's Discourses Within the Culture of the High School Principal.|
Through an examination of their discourses, it was possible for the author to comment on expressions of resistance and acceptance of the masculinized discourse of the culture they inhabit.
|An exploration of gender, development and community radio in Southeast Kenya Broadcasting Women. The Advancement through Interactive Radio project:|
This research makes the case for further ICTD interventions that are focused on women and community radio, while addressing key research questions about gender, voice and empowerment.
|Recognizing And Promoting Women’s Right For Sexual Pleasure. A Development Issue For Africa|
It illustrates how the lack of protection and recognition of women’s sexual rights as understood in the African context can be the cause and consequences of poverty.
|My Mother, Her Self. A Rural Woman Develops a Literate Self Through the Sponsorship of the Women's Movement|
Building on Deborah Brandt' s theory of sponsors of literacy, the author demonstrates how the feminist movement served as a sponsor for her mother, an already very literate woman, in her own writing. Crowley discusses specific texts her late mother read as part of a women' s book group and uses those texts as a lens for reading some of her mother' s work. Through this analysis, she demonstrates how those texts, often prominent titles in the women' s movement, influenced her mother, and ultimately helped lead her to a career as a professional journalist.
|A Journey of Self Development from Perilous Self Soothing to Informed Self Care Women's Recovering from Anorexia Nervosa.|
They practise taking care of myself by working through both eating and non-eating issues, developing positive self concept, and gaining support from others.
|Prospects of Women Entrepreneurship Development. Women Entrepreneurship, Conceptual Understanding, Locus of Control Perception, Entrepreneurship Training and Know-how, Factors and Problems|
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|Women and development. A PATH TO SUCCESS|
The hidden power potentials of women have gradually been changing with the growing sensitivity to the role and economic status in the society.
|The Role of Pop Culture in the Self-Development of Midlife Women|
This study reveals how these women came to this place of joyful living at this time in their lives.
|Development Intervention: An Empirical Elucidation on Integrated Child Development Services Scheme (ICDS) in Promoting the Health Status of Women and Children in Tamil Nadu The Rational of a Pro-Poor State.|
The study has five chapters.
|Women Empowerment and Business Development. A Study in Kigali Markets|
The review of abundant literature from various scholars on empowerment, and on business environmental factors, provided useful framework to examine the relevancy of women' s businesses in Kigali Markets. This book will therefore help researchers and practitioners of community development and inspire government bodies, churches and other private sector, in the making of policy that involve women in national prosperity. Beliefs have long deceived strongly patriarchal societies that: “Raising a daughter is like watering a shady tree in someone else' s courtyard. ” (Mosse, 1993). But cultures that deny opportunities for women' s participation in public and private affairs do it at the cost of well-being in people' s households. This book offers an analytical reflection on empowerment factors that enhance women' s capabilities in undertaking successful businesses. It is now a general consensus that excluding women in efforts of development is halving a change in the plight of the poor of developing countries. Through MDGs, the world committed to empower women, not only as a condition for gender equality, but also as key factor for economical and social transformation.
|ICTs FOR WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN HARNESSING INFORMATION FOR WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN KENYA AND SOUTH AFRICA|
The book identifies ICTs that provide access to and use of information, enhance quality of life and improve economic standards of rural women by creating a conceptual model for ICT development, management and use in an African rural environment.
|Women's Post-Secondary Education in Bangladesh: A New Conceptual Framework Developed for Identifying and Overcoming the Barriers Perspectives of Bangladeshi Women About Post-Secondary Education.|
Study revealed that the barriers women encounter in perusing post-secondary education are vast and complex.
|In LDCs people are poor in considering to all developing indicators, women are poorer and those who sell sex for livelihood are the poorest Bangladesh Experience. Old age livelihood planning of Sex Workers (SW):|
But SWs have no preparation for retirement,they are not always aware of savings and sometimes have little scope to save money.
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