Acknowledgements The context of this book Introduction Key concepts Choosing a framework The gender-analysis framework and users' commentaries Explaining the chapters Harvard Analytical Framework and People-Oriented Planning Moser Framework Gender Analysis Matrix (GAM) Capacities and Vulnerabilities Analysis Framework Women's Empowerment (Longwe) Framework Social Relations Approach Bibliography Appendix Notes Index
Ines Smyth is a Senior Gender Advicer for Oxfam GB. She is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Gender and Development network in the UK, and of AWID (the Association for Women's Rights in Development).
A long overdue and highly valuable publication... it will be very valuable to students and practitioners because it describes and analyses gender-analysis frameworks and provides situations in which particular frameworks have been successfully implemented in the past... March, Smyth and Mukhopadhyay have produced an extremely valuable text, one that is an important companion to the mainstreaming gender training manuals. Development Bulletin, July 1999.