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CGLST 4400-Global Social Change (CLAS: Dallalfar)

Course:
CGLST 4400-Global Social Change
Institution:
Lesley Sherrill
Instructor:
Dallalfar, A.
Department:
CLAS

Items

On reserve at a library:
  1. African women and children : crisis and response / edited by Apollo Rwomire.
  2. Children on the streets of the Americas : homelessness, education, and globalization in the United States, Brazil, and Cuba / Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, ed.
  3. Earth democracy justice, sustainability, and peace
  4. Factory girls : from village to city in a changing China / Leslie T. Chang.
  5. Families in global and multicultural perspective / edited by Bron B. Ingoldsby, Suzanna D. Smith.
  6. Field guide to the global economy / Sarah Anderson and John Cavanagh with Thea Lee ; in conjunction with the Institute for Policy Studies.
  7. Gender, migration, and domestic service / edited by Janet Momsen.
  8. Global backlash : citizen initiatives for a just world economy / edited by Robin Broad.
  9. Global backlash: Citizen initiatives for a just world economy
  10. Global gender research : transnational perspectives.
  11. Global inequalities / York W. Bradshaw, Michael Wallace.
  12. Global woman : nannies, maids, and sex workers in the new economy / Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild, editors.
  13. Globalization, gender, and religion : the politics of women's rights in Catholic and Muslim contexts / edited by Jane H. Bayes and Nayereh Tohidi.
  14. Globalizing world? : culture, economics, politics / edited by David Held.
  15. GSC: A political, economic, and social analysis of Indonesia.
  16. GSC: Plenty of food but not enough to eat: neo-liberal policy and agriculture in India
  17. GSC: Responses to globalization: Mayan women in Guatemala
  18. GSC: Sweden and globalization: power-shifting and privatization
  19. GSC: Women's movement against globalization in India
  20. Homeworkers in global perspective invisible no more
  21. How soccer explains the world : an unlikely theory of globalization / Franklin Foer.
  22. Intimate selving in Arab families : gender, self, and identity / edited by Suad Joseph.
  23. Nations of the world : a political, economic & business handbook.
  24. Penguin atlas of women in the world / Joni Seager.
  25. Protest and organization in the al ternative globalization era: NGOs, social movements, and political parties
  26. Raising the global floor : dismantling the myth that we can't afford good working conditions for everyone / Jody Heymann and Alison Earle.
  27. Religious fundamentalisms and the human rights of women / edited by Courtney W. Howland.
  28. Searching for life : the grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the disappeared children of Argentina / Rita Arditti.
  29. Servants of globalization : women, migration and domestic work / Rhacel Salazar ParrenĖƒas.
  30. Sex trafficking : inside the business of modern slavery / Siddharth Kara.
  31. Sex Trafficking the global market in women and children
  32. Small wars : the cultural politics of childhood / edited by Nancy Scheper-Hughes and Carolyn Sargent.
  33. Solutions to social problems : lessons from other societies / edited by Stanley Eitzen.
  34. State of the world's children 2002 / Carol Bellamy, Executive Director, UNICEF.
  35. State of the world's children 2007
  36. State of world population, 2003 : making 1 billion count : investing in adolescents' health and rights.
  37. States of conflict gender, violence and resistance
  38. Third World women and the politics of feminism / edited by Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, Lourdes Torres.
  39. Women and war
  40. Women resist globalization : mobilizing for livelihood and rights / edited by Sheila Rowbotham and Stephanie Linkogle.
  41. Women worldwide transnational feminist perspectives on women
  42. Women writing resistance : essays on Latin America and the Caribbean / edited by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez.
  43. Women's activism and globalization : linking local struggles and transnational politics / edited by Nancy A. Naples & and Manisha Desai.
  44. Women, gender, and development reader / edited by Nalini Visvanathan (co-ordinator) ; Lynn Duggan, Laurie Nisonoff, and Nan Wiegersma.
  45. World's women, 2000 : trends and statistics.