|Gendered Poverty and Social Change: An Issues Paper (UNRISD, 1998, 44 p.)|
|Summary / Sommaire / Resumen|
|Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|MAKING GENDER VISIBLE: SOME METHODOLOGICAL ''TRAPS''|
|FROM OUTCOME TO PROCESS: INSTITUTIONS AND ''ENTITLEMENTS''|
|Gender-Based Entitlements: The Intra-Household Arena|
|Gender-Based Entitlements: The Interplay between Institutions|
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