Encyclopedia- Art of Africa Volume 1 by Avner Shakarov and Lyubov Senatorova
Male domination persists in society, and many doctrines and practices of churches reinforce the patriarchal tradition. But there are also signs of hope: the numbers of women in leadership positions are increasing; many organisations are working for gender justice; gender-based violence has become a national concern; and there is evidence that attitudes are slowly changing.
- See a Problem?.
- African Disco Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP, Compilation) | Discogs.
- Contact information of African Finance and Economic Association (AFEA);
- It Really Is All His Fault: What Would Push An Intelligent And Successful Woman To Behaviours She Didnt Even Know She Was Capable Of??
- Giving The Baby Back: finding motherhood through infertility, foster care, and adoption.
But change requires men to be willing to confront their own gender stereotypes and oppressive practices, and to learn to relate anew to fellow human beings. This leads them to engage in caring — together with women — in situations which require them to learn new attitudes and skills. The success of such programs depends on the creation of safe spaces where boys and young men can begin to hatch new gender outlooks and behaviour, away from the oppressive and controlling gaze of other boys.
It offers a unique compendium of resources on various aspects of masculinity, and is born of many years of direct experience and research in numerous communities.
African Finance and Economic Association (AFEA)
Volume 1 contains encouraging stories of real men trying to make a difference in their lives and sharing their struggles, pain and victories. Volume 2 analyses destructive consequences of gender inequality from different perspectives, in relation to the difficulties experienced by South African men in light of conflicting traditional, cultural and religious assumptions; political and social upheaval; and the revolutionary demands of the Constitution.
Volume 3 contains resources to assist readers to engage with gender issues in their lives, churches and communities. Most of these chapters offer Christian faith resources for groups and individuals who want to grapple more deeply with masculinity and gender issues from a social justice perspective.
- Peace Mediator Newsletter – Issue 1: Volume 2.
- Change Your Beliefs, Change Your World!.
- Custers Boys: death in the Afternoon!
There are also accounts of community-based initiatives to bring about gender transformation. This handbook the first of two volumes opens up the diverse acuity of commentary on exciting topics, and in the process challenges and stimulates the quest for knowledge. Wide-ranging in its scope, themes, language, and approaches, this volume explores, examines, and assesses economic thinking on Africa, and Africa's contribution to the discipline. The editors bring a set of powerful resources to this endeavor, most notably a team of internationally- renowned economists whose diverse viewpoints are complemented by the perspectives of philosophers, political scientists, and anthropologists.
Media Law Handbook for Southern Africa Volume 1 and 2
The set of analyses and reflections presented here try to endow each subject with depth and discovery. Keywords: Africa and economics , Africa's intellectual influence , industrialization and growth , new structural economics , structural transformation. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.
Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content.
See a Problem?
If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code. For questions on access or troubleshooting, please check our FAQs , and if you can''t find the answer there, please contact us. All Rights Reserved.