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Women Literacy And Development

Pub Date : 2004 | Author : Anna Robinson-Pant | Publisher : Psychology Press

ISBN 10 : 0415322391
ISBN 13 : 9780415322393

Women's literacy is often assumed to be the key to promoting better health, family planning and nutrition in the developing world. This has dominated much development research and ..

Reading Women

Pub Date : 2011-08-02 | Author : Heidi Brayman Hackel | Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN 10 : 9780812205985
ISBN 13 : 0812205987

In 1500, as many as 99 out of 100 English women may have been illiterate, and girls of all social backgrounds were the objects of purposeful efforts to restrict their access to ful..

Empowering Women Through Literacy

Pub Date : 2009-02-01 | Author : Kathleen P. King | Publisher : IAP

ISBN 10 : 9781607528609
ISBN 13 : 1607528606

This unique volume of writings by educators in the field working with women's literacy reveals the many ways in which addressing women's empowerment through literacy continues to i..

Knowing And Doing

Pub Date : 1992 | Author : Krystyna Chlebowska | Publisher : Unesco

ISBN 10 : UOM:39015037300004
ISBN 13 :

How can literacy help women to become aware of their condition and know their rights and responsibilities in society? This book strives to clarify this fundamental question by sket..

Traces Of A Stream

Pub Date : 2000 | Author : Jacqueline Jones Royster | Publisher : University of Pittsburgh Pre

ISBN 10 : 0822972115
ISBN 13 : 9780822972112

"A showcase for nineteenth-century African American women, and particularly elite women, as a group of writers who are currently underrepresented in rhetorical scholarship."--cover..

Literacy For Citizenship

Pub Date : 1997 | Author : Nelly P. Stromquist | Publisher : SUNY Press

ISBN 10 : 0791431657
ISBN 13 : 9780791431658

This book explores the involvement of nineteen women in an emancipatory literacy program conducted under the administration of Paulo Freire in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The study presents..