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* WID Publications List (WID-021)
January 1995 update, 19 pp.
* Office of Women in Development User's Guide (WID-001)
USAID/WID. Spring 1994, 47 pp.
Intended for use by both USAID and others seeking information about the USAID WID
mandate and the resources available to operationalize it. Includes sections on funding,
services, USAID/WID personnel, and publications list.
* Women in Development Report, FYs 1991 and 1992 (PN-ABP-733)
USAID/RD/WID, 1993, 75 pp.
Report to Congress presents WID highlights for 1991/92. Reports on progress in
strengthening the gender focus throughout USAID in each bureau. Describes the
application of lessons learned to the private sector, education, environment and natural
resources, democracy and governance, health and nutrition, population, and participant
Women in Development: The First Decade 1975-1984, A Report to Congress
USAID/WID. 1985, 59 pp.
Report updates information submitted to Congress on a biennial basis and charts the
progress made by USAID during the United Nations Decade for Women.
Women in Development: A Report to Congress by USAID, FY 1989 and 1990
1991, 93 pp.
Describes progress made by USAID in FY 1989 and FY 1990 in fulfilling the WID
USAID Action Items for Women in Development (WID-003)
Article in USAID's Front Lines Monthly, August 1988. Ip.
Reports on the Administrator's five basic requirements for Bureaus and Missions to
address gender issues by developing and implementing WID Action Plans, collecting
gender-disaggregated data, etc.
USAID Policy Paper, Women in Development (PN-AAL-777)
October 1982, 12 pp.
Document delineates and explains the Agency's WID policy as it evolved over the nine
years from the initial congressional WID mandate stated in the well-known 1973 Percy
TRAINING and GENDER INTEGRATIONGUIDELINES
* Guidelines for Integrating Issues of Women in Development into University
International Development Activities (PN-ABN-962)
Mary HillRojas and Barbara Thomas-Slayter.
USAID/WID, 1991, 31 pp.
Presents a model to incorporate gender issues into university/USAID activities and
institutionalize gender perspective into university structure. Universities can benefit from
the expanding body of gender literature and gender analysis. Included is an
implementation case study of SARSA at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Gender Information Framework (PN-ABM-009)
Virginia Hubbs, Al Rollins, The MayaTech Corp., Ron Grosz.
USAID/WID.June, 1991, 90 pp.
Presents guidelines for incorporating gender considerations into the development
programming cycle of USAID
Gender Information Framework Executive Summary (PN-ABM-008)
Virginia Hubbs, Al Rollins, The MayaTech Corp. and Ron Grosz.
USAID/WID.June 1991, 18 pp.
Summarizes process of incorporating gender into USAID development programming
Gender Information Framework Pocket Guide (PN-ABC-451)
A very brief, 3.5" X 8.5" brochure with inserts covering USAID's CDSS, AP, PID, and PP.
Intended for those who have attended a GIF training or who are involved in gender
and/or WID activities and may wish to have a brief reminder of the GIF process.
A Trainer's Manual Volume I -- How to Conduct a Workshop to Integrate Gender
Considerations into Development Programming (PN-ABM-010)
Al Rollins, Virginia Hubbs, The MayaTech Corp, Ron Grosz
USAID/WID, October 1992, 147 pp.
A guide for training specialists to assist USAID personnel to better integrate gender
considerations in development activities. Includes workshop logistics and preparation,
individual sessions, flip charts, etc., for three days of training.
A Trainer's Manual Volume II-- Opportunities for Creative Solutions: Integrating
Gender Concerns into Development Projects (PN-ABM-011)
Al Rollins, Virginia Hubbs, The MayaTech Corp. and Ron Grosz
USAID/WID, October 1992, 123 pp.
A companion to Volume I, this document is intended to assist development professionals
to provide effective training in the incorporation of gender considerations into their
development programs and projects. Includes information for WID specialists with little
training background as well as for expert trainers seeking help in gender issues.
Guidelines for Increasing Female Participation in USAID Training Programs for Asia
and the Near East (PN-ABG-704)
Laurel Elmer. USAID/WID, September 1990, 21 pp.
Covers policy considerations, project design, and implementation strategies.
Institutional Strategies for Successfully Incorporating Gender Analysis and Strategy
Design: The USAID Experience, A Focus on Training (PN-ABJ-679)
Ron Grosz. USAID/WID, May 1991, 14 pp.
Examines efforts of the WID Office to create an institutional demand in USAID for training
in gender issues in development.
* USAID Evaluation News: Focus on Women in Development (WID-40)
USAID Center for Development Information and Evaluation
Vol. 3, No. 3, 1991, 24 pp.
Collection of articles which include a WIDoverview, discussion of the economic and social
impacts of girls' primary education, gender in development communications, women in
microenterprise, and gender-oriented project design and evaluation methods.
Women in Development: USAID's Experience, 1973-1985, Vol. I (PN-AAL-087)
Program Evaluation Report No. 18
Alice Steward Carloni. USAID, April 1987, 94 pp.
Synthesizes information from 102 USAID projects covering a 12-year time span.
Documents how USAID has interpreted its women in development mandate over the
years and how policy is being implemented.
Women in Development: USAID's Experience, 1973-1985, Vol. II:Ten Field Studies
USAID Working Paper No. 131. Paula O. Goddard, ed.
USAID/CDIE, December 1989, 207 pp.
Contains edited case studies that form a companion to the synthesis paper presented
above as Volume I. Includes projects in Botswana, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Dominican
Republic, Guatemala, Kenya, Nepal, Morocco; one with the Inter-American Commission
of.Women of the OAS, and the Caribbean Agricultural Extension Project.
* Gender and the Environment: Crosscutting Issues in Sustainable Development
USAID/WID, June 1993, 11 pp.
With the idea that women must be included in every sector of development activities for
those activities to succeed, the roles of women are examined to better incorporate them
into all phases of development projects. In particular, women's roles as natural resource
managers, community-based organizers, and social and cultural educators are explored.
* Gender in Community Development and Resource Management: An Overview
Rekha Mehra. World Wildlife Fund and International Center for Research on Women.
USAID/WID, March 1993, 30 pp.
Rapid environmental degradation and resource depletion, combined with poverty and
limited access to technical information have constrained women's ability to manage
resources. Report examines socio-economic, institutional, policy and program-related
constraints and presents case studies from India, Kenya, Nepal, and the Philippines which
provide useful lessons.
* Gender and Agriculture &Natural Resource Management in Latin America and the
Caribbean: An Overview of the Literature (PN-ABL-599)
GENESYS Special Studies No. 7
The Futures Group for USAID/WID, June 1992, 28 pp.
This literature review examines data on respective roles, responsibilities, interactions, and
impacts of women and men in A&NRM across Latin America. Report focuses on
sustainable development, prevention/reduction of deforestation, conservation of
biodiversity, and water conservation/quality. For each sub-region it describes research
gaps, discusses implications of these gaps, and recommends where further research is
* Women's Participation in the Cogtong Bay Mangrove Management Project: A
Case Study (PN-ABP-569)
Rekha Mehra, Margaret Alcott, and Nilda S. Baling
World WildlifeFund and International Center for Research on Women, USAID/WID,March
1993, 55 pp.
Project in Philippines sought to provide incentives for increased community management
of coastal resources. This case study recommends how to improve the integration of
women into the project and identifies short-term low-cost technical assistance to increase
The Role of Women in Evolving Agricultural Economies of Asia and the Near East:
Implications for USAID's Strategic Planning (PN-ABH-730)
InjiIslam and Ruth Dixon-Mueller. May 1991, 105 pp.
Examines the dynamic characteristics of economic growth within Asian and Near Eastern
countries in five strategic areas: agribusiness development, natural resources
management, agricultural planning and analysis, infrastructure management, and trade
and market development. Concludes that investing specifically in women is more likely to
achieve greater positive benefits than similar investments in men. Offers recommendations
for field missions.
Gender Issues in Agriculture and Natural Resources Management (PN-ABC-450)
S. Russo and J. Bremer-Fox. April 1989, 80 pp.
Provides methods, guidelines, and examples that facilitate the integration of women into
agriculture and natural resource development projects.
Gender Issues in Farming Systems Research and Extension: A Survey of Current
Projects (Executive Summary) (PN-ABC-452)
S. Poats, J. Gearing, S. Russo. August 1989, 9 pp.
Analysis of the mechanisms that have led to either successes or failures in integrating
gender analysis and issues into a selected group of agricultural research and extension
projects that are using the Farming Systems Research and Extension approach.
Gender and Food Aid (PN-ABJ-794)
Judy Bryson, Emily C. Moore, The MayaTech Corp., Martin J. Hewitt.
USAID/WID, October 1992, 49 pp.
Reviews food aid issues, including impact on women of policy issues. Discusses program
food aid concessionall sales and bilateral food grants) and various types of project food
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: The Nemow Case
Ingrid Palmer. Kumarian Press, 1985, 53 pp.
An agricultural case study to assist development planners in designing development
projects which consider the impact on class and gender groupings.
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: The Impact of Agrarian
Reform on Women (WID-028)
Ingrid Palmer. Kumarian Press, 1985, 52 pp.
Examines case studies inland distribution between households, adjudication of traditional
land systems, settlement schemes, collectives and producer cooperatives, and women's
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: The Kano River Irrigation
Cecile Jackson. Kumarian Press, 1985, 65 pp.
Examines the consequences for women of the Kano River Project in Northern Nigeria, in
terms of economic contributions and overall impact. Includes an analysis of how local
cultural differences led to very different impacts on two groups of women.
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: Sex Roles in the Nigerian
TIV Farm Household (WID-026)
Mary E. Burfisher and Nadine R. Horenstein
Kumarian Press, 1985, 40 pp.
This case study provides a planning methodology that accounts for sex roles in the
farming household, with a focus on division of labor, income, and financial obligations.
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: The flora Farm Settlement
in Nigeria (WID-027)
Heather Spiro. Kumarian Press, 1985, 48 pp.
This case study examines women's roles in settlement schemes, including positive and
negative outcomes, and provides insights for planners.
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: Agricultural Policy
Implementation: A Case Study from Western Kenya (WID-030)
Kathleen Staudt. Kumarian Press, 1985, 65 pp.
This study examines the impact of agricultural policy on women in the Kakamega District
in Western Kenya in the 1970s.
Women's Roles and Gender Differences in Development: The Impact of Male Out-
Migration on Women in Farming (WID-031)
Ingrid Palmer. Kumarian Press, 1985, 78 pp.
This monograph examines the lives of women who remain behind in rural areas when
men of the household migrate to seek employment elsewhere.
* Lessons Learned In Basic Education in the Developing World: A USAID Workshop
Office of Education, Bureau for Science and Technology,
USAID, 1990, 58 pp.
Consolidation of lessons from research and experience during the past decade.
Presented are major conclusions in four key areas: girls' education, strategic planning and
management improvement, instructional technologies, and teacher training. Intended as
a catalyst for designing new interventions.
Educating Girls and Women: Investing in Development (WID-020),
Elizabeth King. World Bank, 1990, 17 pp.
Examines the importance of family, school, and communal factors and of education policy
in increasing the education of girls and women in different developing regions. Outlines
the benefits of female education.
Investing in Female Education for Development: Women in Development Strategy
for the 1990s in Asia and the Near East (Summary Paper) (PN-ABH-728)
Jere R. Behrman. The Futures Group. USAID/WID,May 1991, 36 pp.
Reviews the current state of female education and development in Asia and the Near East
as a basis for Women in Development strategies in the 1990s. Includes implications for
Female Education and Socio-Economic Indicators Bibliography (WID-022)
Faith Knutsen, ABEL Project,
Creative Associates, February 1990, 8 pp.
Educating Girls: Strategies to Increase Access, Persistence, and Achievement
Karen Tietjen and Cynthia Prater, ed.
Advanced Basic Education and Literacy Project AED,
USAID:WIDand Education Office, December 1991, 120 pp.
Reviews the policies, programs, and projects implemented by governments, donors, and
other institutions to increase girls' access and achievement at the primary school level.
Examines both formal and alternative approaches in an effort to identify those strategies
that have had measurable impact.
Women's Education: Findings from Demographic and Health Surveys (WID-023)
IRD/Macrosystems, Inc., March 1990, 17 pp.
Results from 28 national level surveys, carried out under the Demographic and Health
Surveys Program, show the relationships between women's education and fertility and
family planning, and women's education and maternal and child health.
Female Education: Summary of Research Findings of BRIDGES and ABEL Projects
Research Triangle Institute.
USAID:WIDand Education Office, February 1990, 4 pp.
These are individual summaries of the cross-cutting relationships of female education and
infant mortality, life expectancy, fertility,and labor force participation.
The Economic and Social Impacts of Girls' Primary Education in Developing
Maria Floro, Joyce M. Wolf,
USAID ABEL Project, Creative Associates, December 1990, 105 pp.
(Specify English, French, or Spanish).
Worldwide literature review focuses on the impact of education. Explores the existing
evidence on the impact of girls' education, particularly primary education.
Investing in Female Education for Development (PN-ABH-731)
Jere R. Behrman. May 1991, 27 pp.
Examines the extent of the gender gap in education in the countries of Asia and the Near
East. Outlines analytical frameworks for measuring determinants and impacts of female
schooling. Evaluates policy options.
Gender Issues in Basic Education and Vocational Training (PN-AAW-364)
Mary Anderson. USAID/WID, February 1986, 31 pp.
This manual is for designers, implementors, and evaluators of basic education and
vocational training projects. Presents ideas on when and how to integrate girls and
women into projects so that the likelihood of achieving project objectives and purposes
Educating Girls: Achieving the Development of Guatemala -- First National
USAID/Guatemala, January 1991, 62 pp.
Summary of Guatemala's first national conference on the role that the education of girls
plays in the country's social and economic development. Includes recent data on girl's
education and the principal conclusions and recommendations made at the conference.
Educating Girls: Achieving Guatemala's Development --Planning and Implementing
a National Conference for Policy Makers: A Development Model (PN-ABL-229)
Suzanne A. Clay. USAID/Office of Health and Education, 1991, 28 pp.
Companion to PN-ABK-452, described immediately above. Report is a "how to manual"
for initiating public and private sector cooperative activities to promote girls' education.
Includes procedures, processes, and lessons learned from USAIDGuatemala experience
in creating a policy dialogue and action issue by planning and implementing a national
* USAID and Microenterprise, 1990-1993: Report to Congress (PN-ABM-794)
Microenterprise Monitoring System
USAID, June 1992, 14 pp.
Describes microenterprise program in detail, with particular attention on women. Includes
beneficiary data and quantitative data on loan numbers and magnitudes for each recipient
* Gender and Generation in the World's Labor Force, Module One: International and
National Trends (including wall chart) (PN-ABQ-348)
USAID/WID, December 1993, 33 pp.
First in a series whose purpose is to provide an overview of gender-based trends and
variations in labor force participation in the world's regions; explore associations with
educational level, marital and childbearing status, and wage levels; and to identify
strengths and weaknesses of various sources of labor data.
This module analyzes global labor force differences, explores the extent to which women
are economically active in relation to men, and compares men's and women's work
patterns. An accompanying wall chart prepared by the Bureau of the Census presents
the data statistically and graphically.
* Gender and Trade and Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean: An
Overview of the Literature (PN-ABN-187)
GENESYS Special Studies No. 8. Mary T Mulhern and Suzanne B. Mauze.
The Futures Group for USAID/WID, December 1992, 91 pp.
Prepared by request of the USAID/LAC Bureau WID Working Group this literature review
examines how T&I topics have been analyzed with a gender-oriented approach, and
suggests further research needs. Analysis of labor market issues is a key theme of this
document. It identifies and explores the strong linkages between T&I,labor, and gender,
with attention to the differential impacts on men and women, and discrimination within the
Financial Services for Women -- Tools for Microenterprise Programs: Financial
Assistance Section (PN-ABL-375)
Jean C. Weidemann, Weidemann Associates
USAID/WID, March 1992, 40 pp.
State-of-the-art guide on financing women's enterprises. Discusses the benefits as well
as misconceptions about financing women, women's special credit needs and problems,
and operational issues affecting programs. Includes a detailed review of available
financing for female entrepreneurs.
Gender Issues in Small Scale Enterprise (PN-AAY-219)
Maria Otero, Laurence Semenza, et al.
USAID/WID, July 1987, 74 pp.
Summarizes the reasons why women must be integrated into small and microenterprise
development, presents a set of guidelines, and examines the implementation, monitoring,
and evaluation of SME projects in regard to gender issues.
Making the Case for the Gender Variable: Women and the Wealth and Well Being
of Nations (PN-ABC-454)
Rae L. Blumberg, University of California San Diego.
USAID/WID, October 1989, 115 pp.
Document makes case for gender as a critical variable in development. An overview and
specific examples of women's contributions to national economies are given. Topics
presented include the impact of women's production and control of income, women's
use of income, implications for the African food crisis, women food producers'
contributions and constraints, the consequences of women's education, and policy
implications for women's participation in national economies.
Executive Summary: Making the Case for the Gender Variable: Women and the
Wealth and Well Being of Nations (WID-011)
USAID/WID, 1989, 5 pp.
Summarizes the benefits of integrating women into national economies and includes case
examples, lessons learned, and sectoral analyses.
Private Enterprise Development: Gender Considerations (PN-ABE-612)
USAID/Bureau for Private Enterprise, November 1988, 58 pp.
This manual represents a first step in exploring the role of gender in private enterprise
projects and programs.
ECONOMIC CHANGE/STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT
Socio-Economic and Gender Issues in Policy-Based Development Assistance:
Shifting to Sectoral Cash Transfers in Latin America (PN-ABC-453)
LAC Bureau Regional Workshop on "Gender Considerations in Development," Antigua,
Philip Boyle. USAID/WID, November 1988, 11 pp.
Examines the USAID shift in the late 1980's from economic development support funds
(ESF) for macro-economic policy reform to the focus on specific sectoral reforms. Makes
the case that sectoral reform must take the population into account by analyzing its
characteristics and proposing remedial measures when negative impacts are predicted.
The Effects of Structural Adjustment on Women (PN-ABC-276)
Paper presented to the DAC, Paris, October 1988.
Philip Boyle. USAID/WID, October 1988, 18 pp.
Examines the overall impacts on women of macro-economic policy reform and
stabilization programs of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Reviews
the controversial literature and concludes that the numerous negative impacts require
further study and remedial measures.
Gender and Adjustment (PN-ABI-677)
Ron Hood, Mary Altomare, Lawrence Haddad, Martha Starr-McCluer, Virginia Hubbs.
The MayaTech Corp. USAID/WID, October 1992, 194 pp.
Covers various theories and models of adjustment and includes case studies from several
countries, with lessons for donors.
Poland: Gender Issues in the Transition to a Market Economy (PN-ABL-103)
Coopers and Lybrand Ass., Ltd.,
USAID Bureau for Private Enterprise & USAID/WID, December 1991, 59 pp.
Documents how women in Poland are bearing a disproportionate amount of hardship due
to the country's economic and political reforms. Includes recommendations for addressing
gender considerations in U.S. development assistance programs.
Hungary: Gender Issues in the Transition to a Market Economy (PN-ABK-002)
Coopers and Lybrand Ass., Ltd.
USAID Bureau for Private Enterprise & USAID/WID, December 1991, 61 pp.
Documents how women in Hungary are bearing a disproportionate amount of hardship
due to the country's economic and political reforms. Includes recommendations for
addressing gender considerations in U.S. development assistance programs.
* Democracy and Gender: A practical Guide to USAID Programs (PN-ABN-926)
GENESYS Special Studies No. 9
The Futures Group for USAID/WID. February 1993, 54 pp.
Reference manual addresses the integration of gender in USAID's Democracy Initiative.
Intended to aid design, implementation, and evaluation of policies, programs, and projects
focusing on the initiative. Document breaks down initiative into components and explains
each with respect to gender.
* Women and the Transition to Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean: A
Critical Overview (PN-ABN-186)
GENESYS Special Studies No. 6
The Futures Group for USAID/WID, december 1992, 53 pp.
Presents an overview of woman-based democratic transition literature and identifies gaps
in the existing research. Considers some of the constraints women face in gaining
political and economic equity. Discusses factors which set stage for democratic
participation and the role of women in establishing civil and political liberties. Concludes
with gender-oriented research recommendations.
* 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women Bilateral Donors Support to
Preparations for Beijing: Information Note on the Facilitation Initiative (WID-041)
OECD/DAC Expert Group on Women in Development. 1994, 9 pp.
(specify English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese)
Booklet provides background description on conference, purpose of the Expert Group,
and purpose of the Facilitation Initiative. Also provides regional contact point information.
* Women and the Municipality: A New Community Presence in Local Development
in Latin America: Notebook of the Local Government Training and Development
Center, Second Edition (PN-ABP-830)
Women and Local Development Program,
USAID Regional Housing and Urban Development Office/South America and Office of
Women in Development. August 1991, 134 pp.
Volume of papers presented at an international seminar by senior Latin American women
government officials. Subjects include women's experience in government, low-cost
community housing, inter-institutional cooperation, local women's programs, and
municipal actions and policies for women.
Gender Relevant Findings: Synthesis Report (PN-ABL-106)
Deborah Caro, Mary Mulhern.
GENESYS Project. USAID/WID, June 1992, 72 pp.
The synthesis of a series of office-by-office exercises in USAID's Research and
Development Bureau to identify specific examples of the role gender plays as a critical
development variable. Provides sector-specific examples.
Conference Proceedings: Women, Economic Growth and Demographic Change in
Asia, the Near East and Eastern Europe (PN-ABK-842)
Inji Islam, Paula J. Byran, Tulin Pulley, ed.
USAID/WID, May 1991, 50 pp.
Proceedings of a conference held in May 1991. Part of a special series of studies
prepared for that conference.
Women's Income, Fertility and Development. Policy (PN-ABH-726)
Boone A. Turchi, Mary Mulhern, Jacqueline J. Mahal.
GENESYS Project. USAID/WID, May 1991, 61 pp.
Provides a framework for understanding how development policy can affect women's
fertility through its impact on their labor force participation. Presents several hypotheses
explaining the inverse relationship between female participation in the labor force and
fertility rates, an overview of evidence from Asia and the Near East, and useful policy
Lessons Learned from the Advanced Developing Countries (PN-ABH-729)
Susan P. Joekes. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
USAID/WID,May 1991, 75 pp.
Argues that the rapid economic growth witnessed in advanced developing countries of
Asia is causally linked to women's economic participation, and that early attention to
female education was important to this pattern of development. Hong Kong, Singapore,
South Korea, and Taiwan are examined. Discusses policy lessons for middle income
Institutions Working in Gender Issues in Latin America and the Caribbean
GENESYS Project. USAID/WID, April 1992, 62 pp.
Lists Private Voluntary and Non-Governmental Organizations and Universities based in
LAC countries and those based in the U.S. which conduct programs in LAC countries.
Organizations are listed by country and by sector.
Bibliography: Gender Issues in Latin America and the Caribbean (PN-ABL-267)
Suzanne B. Maize, GENESYS Project. USAID/WID, June 1992, 85 pp.
Chapter headings include: agriculture and natural resources, democratic initiatives, human
resources, poverty, statistics/indicators on women, and trade and investment.
Engendering Development in Asia and the Near East: A Sourcebook (PN-ABL-503)
Rekha Mehra, David Burns, et al.
Gender Manual Series, International Center for Research on Women.
USAID/WID, 1992, 121 pp.
Contains sections on trends in women's participation in economic and public life,private
enterprise, agriculture, environment and natural resources, education, and health,
population and nutrition. In each section. Each section includes discussions of women's
role in the sector, their constraints, country examples, USAID activities and interventions,
comparative country statistics, and a list of relevant references.
Women and the Law in Asia and the Near East (PN-ABH-727)
Lynn P. Freedman. Futures Group, May 1991, 44 pp.
Outlines ways in which the law deprives women of autonomy and undercuts the success
of women's participation in USAIDprojects. Provides a conceptual framework to analyze
how the law in any given society relates to women's lives.
Gender Issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: Integrating Women into
Development Programs (PN-AAX-047)
K. White, M. Oterao, et al,
International Center for Research on Women, May 1986, 88 pp.
Provides practical, applicable guidance to help the USAIDLACBureau integrate concerns
regarding women's economic participation into project design, implementation, and
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Gender Difference The Nemow Case
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