"The Domestication of Women is a feminist critique of international development agencies and programs. A researcher in development studies with past experience as a United Nations consultant, Barbara Rogers writes with a note of outrage about the pervasive biases against women that lead to wasteful and destructive bungling on the part of Western and Westernized men who dominate the field of development planning."
- Amy Burce (Stanford University), Signs
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Barbara and Stillman Rogers have written many travel books, but their favorite place to write about and explore is New England. Both are avid outdoor enthusiasts and have lived all over New England.
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Book Description Tavistock Publications, 1981. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0422776300