Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change

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Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. / Abdelhady, Dalia; Aldabbagh, May; Gargani, Ghalia.

Dubai School of Government, 2013.

Research output: Book/ReportReport

Harvard

Abdelhady, D, Aldabbagh, M & Gargani, G 2013, Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. Dubai School of Government.

APA

Abdelhady, D., Aldabbagh, M., & Gargani, G. (2013). Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. Dubai School of Government.

CBE

MLA

Abdelhady, Dalia, May Aldabbagh and Ghalia Gargani Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change Dubai School of Government. 2013.

Vancouver

Abdelhady D, Aldabbagh M, Gargani G. Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. Dubai School of Government, 2013.

Author

Abdelhady, Dalia ; Aldabbagh, May ; Gargani, Ghalia. / Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. Dubai School of Government, 2013.

RIS

TY - BOOK

T1 - Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change

AU - Abdelhady, Dalia

AU - Aldabbagh, May

AU - Gargani, Ghalia

PY - 2013

Y1 - 2013

N2 - The authors utilize different methodologies, disciplinary traditions, and analytical perspectives. Yet, they all draw our attention to the complex and contradictory ways in which men and women from or living in the Gulf are selectively incorporated into a world society. The workshop papers were summarized and form the basis of this proceedings document prepared by Ghalia Gargani, Acting Director of DSG’s Gender and Public Policy Program, and the workshop organizers for the benefit of the authors and the larger community of scholars, students, and policy makers interested in women and globalization in the GCC. We hope that this document will be a useful reference for those interested in a more nuanced and complex view of women’s “position” in the Gulf.

AB - The authors utilize different methodologies, disciplinary traditions, and analytical perspectives. Yet, they all draw our attention to the complex and contradictory ways in which men and women from or living in the Gulf are selectively incorporated into a world society. The workshop papers were summarized and form the basis of this proceedings document prepared by Ghalia Gargani, Acting Director of DSG’s Gender and Public Policy Program, and the workshop organizers for the benefit of the authors and the larger community of scholars, students, and policy makers interested in women and globalization in the GCC. We hope that this document will be a useful reference for those interested in a more nuanced and complex view of women’s “position” in the Gulf.

M3 - Report

BT - Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change

PB - Dubai School of Government

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