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SAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review - Vol 3, No 1 (1999)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Kenyan Women and electoral: the vagaries of the long EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Martine Renee Galloy 3-18
Feminism and Masculinity in an African Capitalist Context: EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mwenda G. Ntarangwi 19-32
AIDS in Zimbabwe: EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ezilyn Sibanda 33-44
REFLECTIONS

The Matrices of Race, Class and Gender: how they
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Nova Smith 45-54
The intersection of race, class and gender and the EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jessica Gordon 55-66
Gender insensitivity and male bias in local advertising EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rekopantswe Mate 67-70
Tradition, Culture and Ideology: the problem of FGM EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Isatou Traoray 71-76
DEBATES

The development of anti-fertility vaccines:
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Ute Sprenger 77-84
Gender and Supply Response EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Yassin Fall 85-86
Whose Honour, Whose Humiliation: Women, Men and the Economic Crisis in South Korea EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Soung-ai Choi 87-92
POETRY

Women's Respite
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Lilian Masitera 93-93
Boxed and Labelled EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Thoko Matshe 94-xx
Kawusemuhle EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Thoko Matshe 95-xx
You cannot ignore me EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tendai H. Manzvanzvike 96-xx
As if they feel no pain EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Moyo Violet Ndonde 97-xx
War, Women and Children EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Moyo Violet Ndonde 98-100
BOOK REVIEWS

Studies of Women or Women Studies - reviews by Amina Mama of Cultivating Customers: Market Women in Harare
N.E. Horn
Peasants, Traders and Wives: Shona Women in the History of Zimbabwe
E. Schmidt
Mothers of the Revolution
I. Staunton
'In the developed world, people talk and shop'- a review by Anne Derges
A. Salleh
What Women do in Wartime: gender and conflict in Africa
Jennifer Chiriga
Post-independent Zimbabwe's socio-political and economic landscape as portrayed in children's literature: the case of Tendai Makura's 'Why the Cock Crows'
Tendai Manzvanzvike
MANIFESTOS AND REPORTS

NGO Positions on Gender in the Lome Convention
Prudence Katsere


ISSN: 1024-9451
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