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Gender, Communications, and Reproductive Health in International Development

«“This book makes an important contribution to a range of areas, bringing together debates across gender and development, feminist theory and praxis in development, communication and media analysis, international development, sexual and reproductive health rights, and social justice. I strongly recommend this book for students, scholars and practitioners interested in the field.” Suzanne Clisby, Coventry University»

Amid a rise of challenges to the advancement of women’s rights, reproductive health is at the center of discussions of gender equality. Asking how communications are used to shape policy, Carolina Matos explores feminist and health NGOs from across the world and how they are improving discourse on reproductive health in the public sphere. Les mer

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Amid a rise of challenges to the advancement of women’s rights, reproductive health is at the center of discussions of gender equality. Asking how communications are used to shape policy, Carolina Matos explores feminist and health NGOs from across the world and how they are improving discourse on reproductive health in the public sphere.

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Forlag
McGill-Queen's University Press
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780228018100
Utgivelsesår
2023

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«“This book makes an important contribution to a range of areas, bringing together debates across gender and development, feminist theory and praxis in development, communication and media analysis, international development, sexual and reproductive health rights, and social justice. I strongly recommend this book for students, scholars and practitioners interested in the field.” Suzanne Clisby, Coventry University»

«“This fascinating work combines intellectual traditions, with practical examples and critical empirical approaches. It is the first book, in a long time, that provides both a theoretical and empirical critique from a feminist perspective, of the field of communication for development. Carolina Matos exposes, using a range of research methods including critical discourse analysis, the problems, difficulties and challenges of the practices that characterise the work of NGOs, especially when they work towards the ‘emancipation of women’.” Linje Manyozo, RMIT University»

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