Women in the Third World

Busse Library provides these resources and book titles for students and faculty seeking information on women's issues in developing nations, including the sex trade, sweatshops, reproduction and fertility, social activism, and sociology of gender. Books and online resources listed here are a sampling of those available.

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Gateways to Women and Third World Politics/Issues -- The Sex Trade: Slavery and Prostitution -- Sweatshops: Organization and Human Rights -- Reproduction and Fertility -- Social Activism: Labor and Worker Rights -- Sociology of Gender: Non-Western Views -- Busse Library Resources

Gateways to Women and Third World Politics/Issues

The Sex Trade: Slavery and Prostitution

Sweatshops: Organization and Human Rights

Reproduction and Fertility

Social Activism: Labor and Worker Rights

Sociology of Gender: Non-Western views

Busse Library Resources

  • Annual review of sociology / HM1 .A763
  • Dwyer, Daisy Hilse. A Home divided: women and income in the Third World / 1988. HQ1870.9 .H65 1988
  • Johnson-Odim, Cheryl. Expanding the boundaries of women's history / c1992. HQ1870.9 .E97 1992
  • Leghorn, Lisa. Women's worth: sexual economics and the world of women / 1981. HQ1381 .L32 1981
  • Lindsay, Beverly. Comparative perspectives of Third World women / 1980. HQ1870.9 .C65
  • Munhall, Patricia L. The emergence of women into the 21st century / c1995. HQ1154 .E454 1995
  • Ruether, Rosemary Radford. Women healing earth: Third World women on ecology / c1996. HQ1233 .W595 1996
  • Waylen, Georgina. Gender in Third World politics / 1996. JF60 .W39 1996
  • Williams, Mary E. Human rights: opposing viewpoints / c1998. JC571 .H76968 1998

 

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