Social Change in Global Perspective Mark Selden, Series EditorExploring the relationship between social change and social structures, this
series considers the theory, praxis, promise, and pitfalls of movements in
global and comparative perspective. The historical and contemporary social
movements considered here challenge patterns of hierarchy and inequality
of race, gender, nationality, ethnicity, class, and culture. The series will emphasize textbooks and broadly interpretive synthetic works.
| African Women: A Modern History,
| Human Families,
| Portraits of the Japanese Workplace:
Labor Movements, Workers, and Managers, Kumazawa Makoto, translated by
| Capital, the State, and Late Industrialization:
Comparative Perspectives on the Pacific Rim,
Alejandro Alvarez Bejar, and
Jomo K. S.|
| Power Restructuring in China and Russia,
| The Challenge of Local Feminisms:
Women's Movements in Global Perspective,
Amrita Basu, with the assistance of
C. Elizabeth McGrory|
| The Transformation of Communist Systems:
Economic Reform Since the 1950s,
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: African Women:A Modern History.
Contributors: Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch - Author, Beth Gillian Raps - Translator.
Publisher: Westview Press.
Place of publication: Boulder, CO.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: iii.
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