Recycled Inequalities: Youth and Gender in George Compound, Zambia
Nordic Africa Institute, 1999 - 135 pages
This report addresses concerns about gender inequalities, democracy and deteriorating urban living conditions in Zambia. A study of the reality facing youth born and raised in a peri-urban area, George compound in Lusaka, is presented and the youth’s concerns about their family situation and gender identity are voiced.
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Methodology and presentation of informants
Living conditionshouses and environment
Politics in transition
Urban life and identities
Households in transition
Marriage and power
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