Women's Rights to House and Land: China, Laos, Vietnam

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Women's Rights
to House and Land

CHINA, LAOS, VIETNAM

EDITED BY
Irene Tinker Gale Summerfield

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction: Women's Changing Rights to House and Land in Vietnam, Laos, and China 1
  • 1 - Women's Empowerment Through Rights to House and Land 9
  • Notes *
  • 2 - Economic Development, Housing, and the Family: is the Singapore Approach an Appropriate Model? 27
  • Notes *
  • Part One - Vietnam 53
  • 3 - Women Influencing Housing in Ho Chi Minh City 55
  • Notes 76
  • 4 - Women's Access to Housing in Hanoi 77
  • 5 - Women and Rural Land in Vietnam 95
  • Notes *
  • 6 - Cultivating the Forest: Gendered Land Use Among the Tay in Northern Vietnam 115
  • Notes *
  • 7 - New Land Rights and Women's Access to Medicinal Plants in Northern Vietnam 131
  • Notes *
  • Part Two - Laos 143
  • 8 - Gender and Changing Property Rights in Laos 145
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  • 9 - Reforming Property Rights in Laos 153
  • Part Three - China 163
  • 10 - Chinese Women's Housing Rights: an International Legal Perspective 165
  • Notes *
  • 11 - Housing Reform in Urban China 179
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  • 12 - The Impacts of Shanghai Housing Reform 195
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  • 13 - State and Market Provision of Housing in Shanghai 207
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  • 14 - The Housing Situation for Women in Beijing 223
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  • 15 - Changes in Housing Patterns for Rural Chinese Women 231
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  • 16 - Changing Land and Housing Use by Rural Women in Northern China 241
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  • Conclusion: What We Know—and What We Need to Know 265
  • Bibliography 273
  • The Contributors 297
  • Index 301
  • About the Book 305
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