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Gendering cities of culture : city/capital of culture mega-events and the potential for gender equality (2019)
Thesis
Grabher, B. (2019). Gendering cities of culture : city/capital of culture mega-events and the potential for gender equality. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4223173

In the context of the transformative ambitions of event-based, culture-led urban regeneration, this thesis interrogates the production of cultures of gender equality in City/ Capital of Culture mega-events. Inspired by Donostia/ San Sebastián as Euro... Read More about Gendering cities of culture : city/capital of culture mega-events and the potential for gender equality.

Equality building in Europe: praxis, paradoxes, and the transformative potential of gender+ training (2019)
Thesis
Enderstein, A. (2019). Equality building in Europe: praxis, paradoxes, and the transformative potential of gender+ training. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4222940

The last six decades have seen measurable progress in equality policies and projects in Europe, but as existing research demonstrates, this work is characterised by paradoxes and faces significant opposition in the current sociopolitical environment.... Read More about Equality building in Europe: praxis, paradoxes, and the transformative potential of gender+ training.

Making sense of narrative constructions of child sexual exploitation in England: a qualitative study of how they impact on lived experience, from the perspectives of adult female survivors, non-abusive parents and professionals (2019)
Thesis
Redmond, T. (2019). Making sense of narrative constructions of child sexual exploitation in England: a qualitative study of how they impact on lived experience, from the perspectives of adult female survivors, non-abusive parents and professionals. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4500290

Recent years have seen a shift in structural narratives of how ‘child sexual exploitation’ (CSE), a distinct and complex form of child sexual abuse, has been perceived and responded to in discourse and policy. What is currently identified as ‘child s... Read More about Making sense of narrative constructions of child sexual exploitation in England: a qualitative study of how they impact on lived experience, from the perspectives of adult female survivors, non-abusive parents and professionals.

Modern welfare and traditions of reciprocity : Parahita organizations and emergent ecologies of redistribution in rural Myanmar (2018)
Thesis
Griffiths, M. P. (2018). Modern welfare and traditions of reciprocity : Parahita organizations and emergent ecologies of redistribution in rural Myanmar. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4221398

Recent discourse on citizenship and identity in Myanmar has been dominated by practices of othering and exclusion, often amplifying historically constructed notions of ethnicity and belonging. Notions of citizenship, both in terms of the right to bel... Read More about Modern welfare and traditions of reciprocity : Parahita organizations and emergent ecologies of redistribution in rural Myanmar.

Commercialization of agriculture in Nigeria : a gender analysis of cash crop production in Yekemi, Osun State (2015)
Thesis
Afolabi, M. M. (2015). Commercialization of agriculture in Nigeria : a gender analysis of cash crop production in Yekemi, Osun State. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4219061

The commercialization of agriculture is seen as a cornerstone of processes of development and modernisation and the incorporation of rural farmers into this economy shows their importance as a major pillar in the economy. In Nigeria, cash crop produc... Read More about Commercialization of agriculture in Nigeria : a gender analysis of cash crop production in Yekemi, Osun State.

Gender inequality in secondary education in Ghana (2011)
Thesis
Bamora, F. N. (2011). Gender inequality in secondary education in Ghana. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4211899

This thesis examines some of the issues surrounding extensive gender inequalities operating within the school, family and the wider society which affect girls’ rights to education. It reveals that institutional culture within the home, community and... Read More about Gender inequality in secondary education in Ghana.

"Aquela loirinha, baixinha, não sabe dançar..." : an ethnographic account of the accomodation [i.e. accommodation] of whiteness within the discourse and practice of the Brazilian female sexual subject in Florianópolis, Brazil. (2011)
Thesis
Turner, J. T. M. (2011). "Aquela loirinha, baixinha, não sabe dançar..." : an ethnographic account of the accomodation [i.e. accommodation] of whiteness within the discourse and practice of the Brazilian female sexual subject in Florianópolis, Brazil. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4211475

Women's employment in garment factories in Bangladesh : emancipation or exploitation? (2009)
Thesis
Rahman, M. A. (2009). Women's employment in garment factories in Bangladesh : emancipation or exploitation?. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4209844

Women's participation in export-oriented industries has been one of the most dominant features in many developing countries since the 1970s. Employment in waged jobs has often been viewed as a means of women's integration into development processes.... Read More about Women's employment in garment factories in Bangladesh : emancipation or exploitation?.

A critique of participatory development in Pakistan (2005)
Thesis
Ali, J. (2005). A critique of participatory development in Pakistan. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4212637

This study, a critical analysis of participatory development, was empirically conducted within a participatory development NGO in Pakistan, namely the Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP). It critically analysed participatory development in relation... Read More about A critique of participatory development in Pakistan.

Patterns of breast-feeding practice in Semarang, Indonesia: comparison between women in peri-urban area and urban area (2005)
Thesis
Margawati, A. (2005). Patterns of breast-feeding practice in Semarang, Indonesia: comparison between women in peri-urban area and urban area. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4213337

Like many women in other developing countries, Indonesian women face cultural and gender inequalities; and high rates of maternal mortality and malnutrition are prevalent amongst Indonesian women. UNICEF (2000) showed that an estimated 450 women in I... Read More about Patterns of breast-feeding practice in Semarang, Indonesia: comparison between women in peri-urban area and urban area.

Gender inequalities in manufacturing : a case study of food-processing and the textiles and garment industries in Ghana (2003)
Thesis
Azumah, F. D. (2003). Gender inequalities in manufacturing : a case study of food-processing and the textiles and garment industries in Ghana. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4215765

Gender inequality is deeply entrenched in society. This continues to restrict women's opportunities in life and has also been widely seen as an obstacle to economic development. Wage employment is seen as important mechanism for empowering women, and... Read More about Gender inequalities in manufacturing : a case study of food-processing and the textiles and garment industries in Ghana.