Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Rights
July 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
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"The outstanding scholarship behind thier conclusions - skilfully woven together by Shahra Razavi in a powerful introduction best appreciated after reading the other contributions - makes this book required reading for anyone concerned with gender justice in land rights (and not only in an agrarian context)." Gender, Place and Culture
"This book provides a very useful consideration of the relationships between agrarian change, gender and land rights in a number of developing countries... The book is free of jargon and will be of value to final year undergraduates specialising in development and postgraduates looking for a useful summary of the issues and a guide to further reading." Alasdair Blair, University of Westminster