This paper examines the expanded possibilities for selfhood, and hence of agency, of two types of women: volunteers in a community development program in Medan, Indonesia, and municipal councillors in Dehradun, India.
The purpose of this paper is to examine how quality of work life (QWL) influences job satisfaction and to test if gender and organizational type moderate this relationship for Generation Y (Gen-Y).
In this essay, Tamara Jacka proposes a different understanding of the development trajectory of modern China as being underpinned and enabled by exploitation in the agrarian family economy, especially of rural women.
By tracing the establishment of family-friendly practices in this parliament, this study shines a light on the intractable nature of local institutional context in global norm diffusion and hints at the next phase of work required to further the...
The research found that despite some gains for women and greater awareness of ‘gender equality’, particularly in the two research sites close to the provincial capital of Goroka, women continue to be disregarded, or put
on the ‘last page’, as...
This article examines the ways in which young Plong Karen Buddhist women enact morality in southeastern Myanmar
Revolutionising the everyday: The transformative impact of the sexual and feminist movements on Australian society and culture
Everyday Revolutions brings together new research on the cultural and social impact of the feminist and sexual revolutions of the 1970s in Australia.