Love Is Nothing If One Of Them Who Only Love

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| Wanita dalam pembangunan(WID) | Wanita dan pembangunan(WAD) | Jantina dan pembangunan(GAD) |
Origin | Awal 1970an selepas  penerbitan Ester Boserup’s book  Women Role Economic Development. Istilah WID dijelaskkan oleh American Liberal Feminist. | Muncul dari satu kritikan teori pemodenan dan pendekatan WID pada pertengahan 1970an. | Sebagai satu alternatif bagi  WID untuk memfokuskan  pendekatan pembangunan  ini pada 1980an. |
Dasar Teori | Dikaitkan dengan teori pemodenan  1950an hinnga 1970an. Pada tahun 1970 ia telah disedari yang faedah- faedah pemodenan entah bagaimana tidak  mencecah wanita, dan dalam beberapa sektor melemahkan kedudukan yang ada mereka. | Diambil dari teori ...view middle of the document...

 Mengiktiraf sumbangan wanita di dalam dan di luar isi rumah termasuk pengeluaran bukan komoditi. |
Ciri-Ciri | WID dengan kukuh dikurung dalam teori pemodenan tradisional yang mana menganggap salah apabila wanita diintegrasikan dalam proses pembangunan. Ia menerima struktur sosial wujud - ia tidak mempersoalkan mengapa wanita tidak menguntungkan dari strategi-strategi pembangunan. Ia menyalahkan  wanita sebagai satu kategori yang tiada perbezaan yang tidak nampak pengaruh dalam golongan, bangsa dan budaya. Tumpuan secara eksklusif pada aspek-aspek produktif kerja wanita, tidak mempedulikanatau mengurangkan sebahagian reproduktif kehidupan wanita. | Gagal untuk analisis hubungan antarapatriarki, berbeza cara-cara pengeluaran,  kurangnya kepentingan dan penindasan wanita. Tidak menggalakkan satu tumpuan analisis ketat pada masalah-masalah kebebasan wanita daripada lelaki sejak kedua-dua jantina dilihat  menjadi kekurangan dengan struktur global yang  bersifat menindas berdasarkan kelas dan modal. Kesibukan luar biasa dengan peranan...

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