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  1. Recommended reading 14 items
    Books included in this section are recommended reading. Some are identified as 'Required' for library purposes to indicate being on closed reserve.
    1. Books on Closed Reserve (2 Hour) 7 items
      1. Masculinities matter!: men, gender, and development - Frances Cleaver 2003

        Book Required

      2. Development with a Body: Sexualities, Development and Human Rights - Andrea Cornwall, Sonia Corrêa, Susie Jolly 2008

        Book Required

      3. Colonising myths--Māori realities: he rukuruku whakaaro - Annabel Mikaere, Te Wānanga-o-Raukawa 2011

        Book Required Also available as an e-Book

      4. Colonising myths--Māori realities: he rukuruku whakaaro - Annabel Mikaere, Ebooks Corporation 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. Gender and development - Janet Henshall Momsen 2010

        Book Required

      6. Gender equality and men: learning from practice - Sandy Ruxton, Oxfam GB. 2004

        Book Required

      7. Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples - Linda Tuhiwai Smith 2012

        Book Required

    2. Books on 3-day Loan 7 items
      1. The international handbook of gender and poverty: concepts, research, policy - Sylvia H. Chant, Ebooks Corporation c2010 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. The international handbook of gender and poverty: concepts, research, policy - Sylvia H. Chant 2011

        Book Recommended Also available as an e-Book.

      3. Feminism/postmodernism/development - Marianne H. Marchand, Jane L. Parpart 1995

        Book Recommended

      4. Theoretical perspectives on gender and development - Jane L. Parpart, Patricia Connelly, Eudine Barriteau, ebrary, Inc c2000 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. Theoretical perspectives on gender and development - Eudine Barriteau, Patricia Connelly, Jane L. Parpart c2000

        Book Recommended Also available as an e-Book.

      6. Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples - Linda Tuhiwai Smith 2012

        Book Recommended

  2. Assigned reading 21 items
    These readings support lectures and should act as the first resources for your assignments and test revision.
    1. SECTION 1: CORE CONCEPTS 4 items
      1. Gender 1 item
      2. Race 1 item
      3. Sexuality 1 item
        1. Sexuality and the Development Industry - Andrea Cornwall, Susie Jolly 2009-3

          Article 

      4. Class (and Intersectionality) 1 item
        1. Gender for the 99 per cent - Nancy Lindisfarne, Jonathan Neale 10/2013

          Article 

    2. SECTION 2: KEY THEORIES 9 items
      1. Feminist Theory 2 items
        1. Development: feminist theory’s cul-de-sac - Marnia Lazreg

          Chapter Required Chapter for reading from the book Feminist post- development thought

      2. Queer Theory 2 items
      3. Postcolonial Theory 2 items
      4. Kaupapa Māori Theory 2 items
      5. Mana Wahine 1 item
    3. SECTION 3: SPATIAL PATTERNS: EVERYDAY GEOGRAPHIES 5 items
      1. Costa Rica 1 item
        1. Gender, generation and poverty in Costa Rica - Sylvia Chant

          Chapter 

      2. Indonesia 1 item
      3. Aotearoa 2 items
        1. Contemporary Māori Development: Issues and Broad Directions - Mason Durie

          Chapter Required This is a chapter from the book Ngā kāhui pou launching Māori futures / Mason Durie.

      4. Fiji 1 item
    4. SECTION 4: CROSS-CULTURAL PRACTICES 3 items
      1. Cross-cultural Research: Ethics, Methods and Relationships - Richie Howitt, Stan Stevens

        Chapter 

  3. Readings for Tutorials 16 items
    1. Tutorial 1 2 items
      1. The Geography of Gender Inequality - Naila Kabeer

        Chapter  Please read Chapter 3. Also available as an e-Book

      2. The Geography of Gender Inequality - Naila Kabeer

        Chapter  Please read Chapter 3.

    2. Tutorial 2 1 item
    3. Tutorial 3 1 item
    4. Tutorial 4 1 item
    5. Tutorial 5 2 items
      1. Men, Women and Community Development in East Nusa Tenaggara - Ria Gondowarsito

        Chapter  Also available as an e-Book.

    6. Tutorial 6 1 item
    7. Tutorial 7 3 items
      Please Read all Three
    8. Tutorial 8 1 item
    9. Tutorial 9 2 items
      Choose one of these readings.
    10. Tutorial 10 2 items
      Choose one of these readings.