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Female Well-Being: Towards a Global Theory…
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Female Well-Being: Towards a Global Theory of Social Change

by Janet Mancini Billson

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We are pleased that female Well-Being treats the case of the Sudanese woman within the context fo the whole world while assessing the advance and retreat of women's status globally. We welcome this contruibution for the study of world's women, and for the important role of the Sudanese woman in the building of grassroots movements for peace, development, and social equality. This comparative study of the world's women from the 20th century will help us to build stronger movements worldwide in the 21st century.

'The volume makes an important contribution to the goal that it sets for the crafting of a 'vibrant and successful women's movement' - namely, 'understanding, accepting and levering our diversity' (pg 393)......will be of interest to students of gender and development, and to development workers and policy makers seeking to make a comparative analysis of women's well-being.' - Catherine Locke, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
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