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by Josephine Ahikire

  • ISBN: 9970026917
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Josephine Ahikire
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fountain Publishers (December 29, 2007)
  • Pages: 240 pages
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Personal Name: Ahikire, Josephine. Fountain series in gender studies. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-218) and index.

Personal Name: Ahikire, Josephine. Download now Localised or localising democracy : gender and politics of decentralisation in contemporary Uganda Josephine Akihire. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Localised or localising democracy by Ahikire, Josephine. gender and politics of decentralisation in contemporary Uganda. Are you sure you want to remove Localised or localising democracy from your list? Localised or localising democracy. by Ahikire, Josephine. Published 2007 by Fountain Publishers in Kampala. Includes bibliographical references (p.

calls for a gendered understanding of local-level politics and the inclusive potential for local democracy in Uganda.

Together with the decentralisation process, this has created a new political landscape which calls for a gendered understanding of local-level politics and the inclusive potential for local democracy in Uganda. The author explores local democracy as a process within which gender power relations are a constitutive rather than a contingent part.

Localised or Localising Democracy Gender and the Politics of Decentralisation in Contemporary Ugand. The central concern of this study is the politics of inclusion of women in Uganda s local government. by Josephine Ahikire.

Localised or Localising Democracy. Gender and the Politics of Decentralisation in Contemporary Uganda

Localised or Localising Democracy. Gender and the Politics of Decentralisation in Contemporary Uganda. The central concern of this study is the politics of inclusion of women in Uganda’s local government. She is widely published on gendered constructions of public politics, labour and popular culture.

Dr Josephine Ahikire is Professor and the former Dean, School of Women and Gender Studies .

Dr Josephine Ahikire is Professor and the former Dean, School of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University. Land administration and justice systems in Uganda are fundamental for the protection of people’s rights. Josephine Ahikire, Amon Ashaba Mwiine. Yet there are serious gaps in the regulation of existing and parallel tenure systems ofte. More). Motherhood and the challenge of role conflict.

Localised or Localising Democracy book Josephine Ahikire is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Social Science, Department of Women and Gender Studies at Makerere.

Localised or Localising Democracy book. The central concern of this study is the politics of inclusion of women in Ugandas local government.

Josephine Ahikire Josephine Ahikire is Associate Professor in the School of Women and Gender Studies .

Her most recent book is entitled Localised or localised democracy: Gender and the politics of decentralisation in contemporary Uganda. Aramanzan Madand, PhD Is a lecturer at the School of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Uganda.

Localised or Localising Democracy: Gender, Political Space and Decentralization in. .Three methods of decentralized LQ control design are given. They differ in the solution of the initial conditions dependence problem.

Localised or Localising Democracy: Gender, Political Space and Decentralization in Contemporary Uganda. Akihiri, J. (2004) 'Localised or Localising Democracy: Gender, Political Space and Decentralization in Contemporary Uganda', PhD thesis, University of the Witwatersrand. One of them is the new concept of decentralized dominant feedback following from the centralized one introduced by J. C. Allwright [IEEE Trans.

The central concern of this study is the politics of inclusion of women in Uganda¿s local government. The legally prescribed numerical representation of women in local government decision-making structures has led to changes, increasing significantly women¿s public presence in community politics. Together with the decentralisation process, this has created a new political landscape which calls for a gendered understanding of local-level politics and the inclusive potential for local democracy in Uganda. The author explores local democracy as a process within which gender power relations are a constitutive rather than a contingent part. She sets out the complex and dynamic problems, and finds, contrary to public perception, that decentralisation does not necessary enable more participation by the unprivileged, including women. Josephine Ahikire is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Social Science, Department of Women and Gender Studies at Makerere University; a senior research fellow tih the Centre for Basic Research in Kampala; and a visiting scholar at the University of Oldenburg in Germany. She is widely published on gendered constructions of public politics, labour and popular culture.

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