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Journal of Asian Women's Studies

Vol.14 (December, 2005)

Vol.14 (December, 2005)

【Contents】

Foreword Kuniko Inoguchi Gender, Disarmament and Reconciliation
Research Papers Akiko Ida Making Reproductive Health Programming Equity-sensitive: Application of Human Security Approach
  Taposh Sarker Whose Credit? Gender, Power and Control Over Loan Use in Rural Credit Programs in Bangladesh
  Satoko Nadamoto Gender and Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs): A Comparative Analysis of Three Cases in India
  Setsuko Tamura Inter-racial Marriage in the United States: How It is Shaped by the Racial and Gender Hierarchy?
  Mahbubul Alam Chowdhury Education for the Empowerment of Women in Bangladesh
Special contribution Kaname Tsutsumi Trafficking in Women and Girls from Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to Japan: An Attempt to Estimate Its Scope and Magnitude
  Hiroko Hashimoto The Under-representation of Women in Science and Technology in Japan:What is Going On?
KFAW Report Yukiko Oda Women’s Participation in Political Life: Some Progress has been Made, but Large Gaps Remain
Trends of Women’s Studies in Asia Mahmuda Islam Trends in Women’s Studies in Bangladesh
Current Topics Sonomi Tanaka Combating Trafficking in Women and Children in Asia: Some Examples of the Asian Development Bank’s Approach
Book Review  Elvira P. Galang Feminism: A Movement into Everyone’s Mind and Heart
  Beverley Anne Yamamoto The Fight for Health Against the Forces of Global Capitalism and Religious Fundamentalism: Women’s Health NGOs in the 1990s and the New Millennium
Women in Kitakyushu Beverley Anne Yamamoto Branding a Name from a Lifetime in Design: A Profile of Reiko Ikeura
Editor’s Note    

JPY 1,000
B5/162 pages
Published in December, 2005
ISSN 0918-8568