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Globalization and Third World Women
Exploitation, Coping, and Resistance

Edited by Ligaya Lindio-McGovern and Isidor Wallimann

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-3305-1    |    2012

"In Globalization and Third World Women, editors Ligaya Lindio-McGovern and Isidor Wallimann take on the ambitious task of de-marginalizing the experience, voice and politics of Third World women in the discourse of neoliberal globalization, and do so successfully."—International Journal of Urban and Regional Research

"A timely and engaging collection of essays. . . . provides some important examples of how ‘participation from below’ can emerge, and lead to positive change for women."—Gender and Development Journal

"They have put together a conceptual and empirical book that gets readers to question their passivity and to energize them in a world that is now being remade."—Contemporary Sociology

  Globalization and
Third World Women

  Ligaya Lindio-McGovern is professor of sociology at Indiana University, Kokomo. She is the author of Globalization, Labor Export and Resistance: A Study of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Global Cities. Isidor Wallimann is a visiting research professor at the Maxwell School, Syracuse University. He is the coeditor of On the Edge of Scarcity: Environment, Resources, Population, Sustainability, and Conflict.

6 x 9, 236 pages, 1 figure, 2 tables, notes, references, index

Previously published by Ashgate Publishing Limited in 2009

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