Globalization, Women, and Health in the Twenty-First Century

  • Editors
  • IIona Kickbusch
  • Kari A. Hartwig
  • Justin M. List

About this book


We are still only beginning to understand the increasingly complex set of interdependencies among gender, health and globalization. This book brings together a diverse group of distinguished scholars and activists to explore the new risks and freedoms for men and women in a global society and their health determinants. They map the gendered impact of these processes and present a health landscape that takes us beyond nation states into trans-border flows of capital, people, goods and services. Each chapter begins with a global analysis of specific trends followed by two 'In Perspective' pieces by authors from contrasting disciplines and geographies.


Europe gender Germany globalization human rights women

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