Housing, Education, Population

Housing/shelter

Women’s Rights to House and Land: China, Laos, Vietnam, edited with Gale Summerfield. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1999. Chapter “Women’s empowerment through rights to house and land.” pp 9-26.

Engendering Wealth and Well-Being, ed. with Rae Blumberg, Cathy Rakowski, & Michael Monteon. Chapter: “Beyond Economics: Sheltering the Whole Woman.” Westview, Mar., 1995. pp. 261-283. The Many Facets of Human Settlements: Science and Society, I.Tinker and M. Buvinic, eds., Pergamon Press, 1977.

“Women and Shelter: Combining Women’s Roles,” in Gay Young, Vidyamali Samarasinghe, Ken Kusterer, eds. Women at the Center: Development issues and practices for the 1990s. West Hartford: Kumarian Press, 1993.

“Global Policies Regarding Shelter for Women: Experiences of the UN Centre for Human Settlements”, in Hemalata Dandekar, ed., Shelter, Women and Development: First and Third World Perspectives. Ann Arbor, Michigan: George Wahr, 1993.

Population

Village Women: Their Changing Lives and Fertility, with P. Reining, F. Camara, B. Chinas, R. Fanale, S. Gojman de Millan, B. Lenkerd, I. Shinohara, AAAS, 1977.

Population: Dynamics, Ethics, and Policy, P. Reining and I. Tinker, eds., preface by Margaret Mead, AAAS, May 1975.

Culture and Population Change, with P. Reining, W. Swidler, and W. Cousins, preface by Margaret Mead, AAAS, Aug 1974; reissued 1976.

Education:United States

“Nonacademic Professional Political Scientists,” American Behavioral Scientist, XV: 2, Dec., 1971, issue on professional women; reissued by Sage Publications, 1974.

“Federal City College: How Black?”, Academic Transformation, D. Riesman & V. Stadtman, eds., McGraw-Hill/Carnegie Commission, 1973. Pp 99-126.

“A Sociological Perspective on Black Studies,” with Amitai Etzioni, Educational Record, Winter 1971.

“Colleges and the Underprepared Student”, American Education, Nov., 1970.

Global

“Reaching Poor Women in Nepal: Do Literacy Programs Really Work?” Peace Corps Visions, Kathmandu, Nepal, Summer 1988. Circulated within the World Bank by the South Asia lunch group before a presentation there January 19, 1989; reprinted in Newsletter for the Committee on Women for South Asia, Spring, 1990.

“Expanding Social, Cultural, and Intellectual Exchanges,” proceedings, Second US-India Bilateral Forum. Institute of East Asian Studies, UC/B, & India International Centre, New Delhi, IEAS, Berkeley, CA, 1991.

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