"Gender, Roads and Mobility In Asia" Publication
Gender, Roads, and Mobility in Asia is a collection of case-based research in developing countries exploring the inter-relations between gender, poverty, and mobility, especially in the context of transportation development. It brings together stories from different points of transformation and what emerges is a nuanced picture of how people’s own positions and capabilities – gender, age, ethnicity, literacy, and education – influence the impact of the infrastructure development on their lives.
This book should be read by policy makers, transportation planners, development practitioners and researchers, undergraduates, postgraduates, and academics in the areas of gender and development studies and transportation planning and management.
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