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Title: An assessment of gender sensitivity in a selection of transport surveys
Authors: Mashiri, M
Venter, C
Buiten, D
Keywords: Gender analysis
Transportation needs
Women in Development (WID)
Africa Rural Travel and Transport Programme (RTTP)
Needs assessment
Issue Date: Dec-2006
Publisher: The World Bank Group
Citation: Mashiri, M and Venter, C, Buiten D. 2006. An assessment of gender sensitivity in a selection of transport surveys. Gender and Transport Published by The World Bank Group, pp 11
Abstract: Through the evolvement of gender and development theory, a recent shift can be observed away from specific projects for women towards the integration of gender analysis in all research and planning. Development in engendered transport research theory reflects this shift, and yet much needs to be done to mainstream gender into quantitative transport data collection. This paper presents a case study making inroads towards gender integration strategies in quantitative transport research, through a project aimed at assessing the gender sensitivity of a selection of transport surveys.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2795
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