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Functional participation? Questioning participatory attempts at reshaping African gender identities: the case of REFLECT in Uganda

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Contributor:
Fiedrich, Marc (main author)
Format:
Book chapter
Publication Date:
2004
Published:
Uganda: Routledge, London, England
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois
Subject Term:
adult education, development, education programs, farm women, gender, information control, information issues, participation, roles, rural communities, rural development, Uganda, value of information, women
Notes:
See C37085 for original, Pages 219-232 in Anna Robinson-Pant (ed.), Women, literacy and development: alternative perspectives. Routledge, London, England. Routledge Studies in Literacy. 259 pages., Using a case study, the author examines why participants engage in adult learning/literacy programs and how they use the outcomes. "Literacy achievement could not have been the driving force." Nor could the participatory practices have "rendered the programme irresistable and empowering to women."