Novemeber 15 Women in the Third World

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November 15, 2007 Women in the Third World Theories of Women in the Third World Integrationist Perspective Outgrowth of development theory Development leads to emancipation and sexual equality Development integrates women into labor markets, which leads to expanded opportunities in public labor Wage labor=autonomy 1 not dependant on family, land, etc. Promotes achievement-oriented norms, which undermine patriarchal structure Economic independence leads to social independence Problems with Integrationist Perspective Most states are only partly integrated Applies more to urban women than rural Isolation of domestic sphere—marginalization of domestic workers Marginalization Perspective Capitalist development in third world marginalizes women and makes then peripheral Isolates women from production and control Wage labor=limited autonomy and economic dependence Important Factors 1 Class position 2 Ethnic/racial status 3 Degree of integration
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course SOC 270 taught by Professor Barra during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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