Class Development and Gender Inequality in Kenya, 1963-1990
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Provides insight into the issue of women in third world development processes. Examines the role of women in Kenyan society, focusing particular attention on the participation of women in economic activities and key political institutions in the society.
"The book provides a comprehensive analysis of gender inequality in Kenya. Some of its strong points include: identification of key areas of gender inequality and their underlying causes, barriers women face in their efforts to gain economic and political power, explanation of why a few women are able to wield power, and recommendations for integrating Kenyan women more effectively into the development process." - Monica K. Nyamwange
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