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'Genderhates men': untangling gender and development discourses in food security fieldwork in urban Malawi
Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
This article examines the social construction and contestation of gender and gender roles in the city of Blantyre in Malawi. In fieldwork on gendered household roles related to food security, interviews with men and women revealed a distinct set of connotations with the word gender, which reflected Malawians' historical and contemporary engagement with concepts of development, modernity, and human rights. We denote the Malawian concept of gender as gender in order to distinguish the worddoi:10.1080/0966369x.2015.1090407 fatcat:e2ujvme33vbwlm4oe2p472hveu