By Dachenbach, Amy
Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources , Vol. 28, No. 1
In DOES EDUCATIONAL SUPERIORITY AUTONOMIZE DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW WHO LIVE WITH THEIR MOTHERS-IN-LAW IN INDIA? A TEST OF CALDWELL'S THESIS, authors Manisha Sengupta and Nan E. Johnson analyze and critique the hypothesis that daughters-in-law living with their mothers-in-law can gain autonomy if they have a better education. For more information on the eighteen-page Working Paper (#285), contact the Women & International Development Program (WID) at 206 International Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824, USA; phone: 517-353-5040; fax: 517-432-4845; website: http://www.wid.msu.edu.
GENDER EQUALITY AND SEXUAL EXPLOITATION: A PICK-UP-AND-GO TRAINING PACK, by Andrew Baker, contains information for members of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) across the world who have presentation skills but no expertise in the subject matter. The pack includes a manual and a CD-ROM with PowerPoint slides, handouts, and other useful information for facilitators. The materials on the CD-ROM are in English, but there are also translations into French, Spanish, and Portuguese. This training pack is available in the U.S. from Stylus Publishing for $31.00 at http://styluspub. …