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Table Of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Glossary of Acronyms and Terms
Chapter 1. Globalizing Women: An Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2. Globalization and Its Discontents: Capitalist Development, Political Movements, and Gender
Chapter 3. Femal Labor, Regional Cises, and Feminist Responses
Chapter 4. The Women's Movement and Its Organizations: Discourses, Structures, Resources
Chapter 5. From Structural Adjustment to the Global Trade Agenda: DAWN, WIDE, and WEDO
Chapter 6. Feminists versus Fundamentalists: Women Living under Muslim Laws and the Sisterhood Is Global Institute
Chapter 7. The Travails of Transnational Feminist Organizing: The Association of Women of the Mediterranean Region (AWMR)
Chapter 8. The Specter that Haunts the Global Economy? The Challenge of Global Feminism
Appendix A: A Women's Appeal, Women Living under Muslim Laws, Alert for Action / Algeria, 1992
Appendix B: Women's Caucus Declaration, Third Ministerial Meeting of the World Trade Organization, Seattle, Washington, 30 November-3 December 1999
Appendix C: Seattle Declaration, Diverse Women for Diversity, Seattle, 1 December 1999
Notes
References
Index