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Title: Gender and Development in Ghana: Feminist Geographies Perspective
Authors: Ardayfio-Schandorf, E.
Wrigley-Asante, C.
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2013
Abstract: Using specific thematic areas that have a direct bearing on the various systematic branches of human geography, the paper draws on perspectives of feminist geographies to explore how gender relations and geographies are mutually structured on the earth’s surface. It highlights the different relationships that women and men hold with special emphasis on empirical data from studies conducted by feminist geographers in Ghana. The issues discussed show that women’s experiences are different from that of men and that gender roles and relations vary over space and constituted in place. This underscores the importance of feminist geographies and the need to fully mainstream gender in geographical studies.
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