Colección: La Educación
Número: (116) III
THE POLITICAL EXPERIENCE OF WOMEN: LINKING MICRO- AND MACRO-DEMOCRACIES
- MOTHERHOOD AND HUMAN RIGHTS
- WOMEN AND MOBILIZATION FOR BASIC NEEDS
- ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN PRACTICES IN THE FAMILY
- THEORETICAL PROPOSITIONS
* Associate Professor in International Development Education at the University of Southern California. She has conducted research on a wide range of social and educational issues, particularly the role education can play in the transformation of gender relations. Her most recent books include Women and Education in Latin America: Knowledge, Power and Change (1992), Daring to be Different: The Choice of Nonconventional Fields of Study by International Women Students (1991), and Education in Urban Areas: Cross National Dimensions (forthcoming). This is a revised version of a paper prepared for Education and Development Revisited, a conference organized by the Institute of International Education, Stockholm University, to commemorate its 20th anniversary, December 17-18, 1992.