|Title||Gender, generation and poverty: exploring the feminisation of poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America|
|Publisher||Edward Elgar Publishing|
The 'feminisation of poverty' is viewed as a global trend, and of particular concern in developing regions. Yet although popularisation of the term may have raised women's visibility in development discourses and gone some way to 'en-gender' policies for poverty reduction, the construct is only weakly substantiated. This work covers this topic.
|»||Costa Rica - Encuesta de Hogares de Propósitos Múltiples 2005|