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      Gender, class and empowerment: a tale of two Tanzanian servants

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            crea20
            CREA
            Review of African Political Economy
            Review of African Political Economy
            0305-6244
            1740-1720
            March 1993
            : 20
            : 56
            : 68-78
            Article
            8703986 Review of African Political Economy, Vol. 20, No. 56, March 1993, pp. 68-78
            10.1080/03056249308703986
            97ddeba0-aed1-499c-a8f2-a82cf437225e

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            Sociology,Economic development,Political science,Labor & Demographic economics,Political economics,Africa

            Bibliographic Note

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            2. Bujra J M. . 1992. . “‘Militant domestics or faithful servants: an exploration of gender and worker resistance amongst domestic servants in Tanzania’. ”. Department of Social and Economic Studies, University of Bradford. .

            3. Foucault M. . 1980. . Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and other Writings, 1972–1977 . , Edited by: Gordon C. . Harvester Press. .

            4. Hassett J. . 1992. . ‘Review of novels by Ariel Dorfman’. . Third World Quarterly . , Vol. 13((1))

            5. Marsden D and Stewart F. . 1992. . ‘Editorial Introduction’ to. . Journal of International Development . , Vol. 4((4))

            6. Mbilinyi M. . 1987. . “‘“Women in Development” Ideology and the Marketplace’. ”. In Competition: A Feminist Taboo? . , Edited by: Miner and Longino. . The Feminist Press NY. .

            7. Personal Narratives Group. , ed. 1989. . Interpreting Women's Lives: Feminist Theory and Personal Narratives . , Bloomington : : Indiana University Press. .

            8. Salmen L. . 1987. . Listen to the People . , World Bank/Oxford University Press. .

            9. Wallace T. . 1991. . “‘Preface’ to Changing Perceptions, Writings on Gender and Development. ”. Edited by: Wallace T and March C. . Oxfam :

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