Shedding Their Refugee Skin: Constructions of Women Refugees and International Aid Regimes
Keywords:refugee women, gender, voice, social construction, knowledge production, international development, policy
AbstractThis paper explores the development establishment as an instutional network, a main actor in producing social constructions of women refugees. These knowledge products are particularly rooted in Western culture. The central questions asked here first, how does knowledge produced within the development establishment affect women refugees and second, are the voices of women refugees incorporated into the knowledge production process?
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Copyright (c) 1998 Maryanna Schmuki
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