coping with crises and changing gendered cultures: feminist academic managers in UK higher education, unpublished, 1996.
Her early research focused on the gendered spatiality of imperial travel and travel writing by women, and imperial domesticity in British India.
gendered subjectivities in Polish convents.
gendered discourses in political settings in Cameroon.
gendered dimensions of the international trade agenda.
gendered division of labor.
gendered health inequalities.
Despite the assumed gender equality, however, Soviet notions of private and public were not only constantly changing but also highly gendered.
Women's words unveiled Jameela Nishat Are women censored in specifically gendered ways?
Although the hierarchy was clearly gendered, women were not without power.
Distinctions focusing on gender, or which are explicitly gendered, were given a different prominence in each table.
In their form and design, suburbs are also gendered spaces, shaped by assumptions about home, work and family.
But it is not only the political context within which weapons of mass destruction are situated that is deeply gendered.
Violence has become gendered as male and as a result has become a ' norm ' .
This project aims to explore the gendered global political economy of governance in the context of globalization.
Decker. "Girls, guys, and gangs: Convergence or divergence in the gendered construction of gangs and groups."
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