1604 - Human Geography
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This collection contains Flinders' research in Human Geography, as reported for ERA 2012.
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ItemGender justice: the World Bank's new approach to the poor?( 2007) Schech, Susanne Barbara ; Vas Dev, SanjugtaGender inequality is now widely acknowledged as an important factor in the spread and entrenchment of poverty. This article examines the World Development Report 2000/01 as the World Bank's blueprint for addressing poverty in the twenty-first century, together with several more recent Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs), with a view to analysing the manner in which gender is incorporated into the policy-making process and considering whether it constitutes a new approach to gender and poverty. It is argued that the World Bank's approach to poverty is unlikely to deliver gender justice, because there remain large discrepancies between the economic and social policies that it prescribes. More specifically, the authors contend that the Bank employs an integrationist approach which encapsulates gender issues within existing development paradigms without attempting to transform an overall development agenda whose ultimate objective is economic growth as opposed to equity. Case studies from Cambodia and Vietnam are used to illustrate these arguments.
ItemImpact of support intiatives on retaining rural general practitioners( 2006) Gardiner, Maria Lucille ; Sexton, Roger ; Kearns, Hugh ; Marshall, Kelly Michele
ItemIndigenous engagement with modernity: domestic water supply, risk and reflexive modernization(Australian Sociological Association, Swinburne University of Technology, 2006) Willis, Eileen Mary ; Pearce, Meryl Winsome ; Jenkin, Tom ; Wadham, Benjamin Allan ; McCarthy, Carmel Marie