Leonora Angeles
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Demanding daughter duty: Gender, community, village transformation, and transnational marriages in northeast Thailand
LC Angeles, S Sunanta
Critical Asian Studies 41 (4), 549-574, 2009
712009
Planning for participatory capacity development: The challenges of participation and North-South partnership in capacity building projects
L Angeles, P Gurstein
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2000
562000
“Exotic love at your fingertips”: Intermarriage websites, gendered representation, and the transnational migration of Filipino and Thai women
L Angeles, S Sunanta
Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 22 (1), 03-31, 2007
502007
From rural life to transnational wife: agrarian transition, gender mobility, and intimate globalization in transnational marriages in northeast Thailand
S Sunanta, LC Angeles
Gender, Place & Culture 20 (6), 699-717, 2013
432013
The Filipino male as “macho-machunurin”: Bringing men and masculinities in gender and development studies
LC Angeles
Kasarinlan Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies 16 (1), 9-30, 2001
392001
The Political Dimension in the Agrarian Question: Strategies of Resilience and Political Entrepreneurship of Agrarian Elite Families in a Philippine Province1
LC Angeles
Rural sociology 64 (4), 667-692, 1999
351999
Creating social spaces for transnational feminist advocacy: the Canadian International Development Agency, the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women and Philippine …
LC Angeles
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 47 (3), 283-302, 2003
342003
The gender dimension of the agrarian transition: women, men and livelihood diversification in two peri-urban farming communities in the Philippines
LC Angeles, K Hill
Gender, Place and Culture 16 (5), 609-629, 2009
322009
Worlding the intangibility of resilience: the case of rice farmers and water-related risk in the Philippines
SH Shah, LC Angeles, LM Harris
World Development 98, 400-412, 2017
292017
New issues, new perspectives: Implications for international development studies
L Angeles
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2004
232004
Feminism and Nationalism: the Discourse on the Woman Question and Politics of the Women’s Movement in the Philippines
LC Angeles
MA (Political Science) Thesis, University of the Philippines, Diliman …, 1989
231989
The Philippines: Decentralization, Local Governments, and Citizen Action
LC Angeles, FA Magno
Decentralization, democratic governance, and civil society in comparative …, 2004
222004
Canadian universities and international development: Learning from experience
L Angeles, P Boothroyd
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2003
172003
Grassroots democracy and community empowerment: the quest for sustainable poverty reduction in Asia
LC Angeles
Democracy and Civil Society in Asia: Volume 1, 182-212, 2004
162004
Why the Philippines did not become a newly industrializing country
L Angeles
Kasarinlan 7 (2-3), 90-120, 1992
151992
Learning civil societies: Shifting contexts for democratic planning and governance
P Gurstein, L Angeles
University of Toronto Press, 2007
132007
Gendering Canada's Refugee Process
C Dauvergne, LC Angeles, A Huang
Status of Women Canada, 2006
122006
The rural–urban equity nexus of Metro Manila’s water system
PC Torio, LM Harris, LC Angeles
Water international 44 (2), 115-128, 2019
102019
Empathy and entangled engagements: critical-creative methodologies in transnational spaces
LC Angeles, G Pratt
GeoHumanities 3 (2), 269-278, 2017
102017
Institutionalizing participation in municipal policy development: preliminary lessons from a start-up process in Plateau-Mont-Royal
J Landry, L Angeles
Canadian Journal of Urban Research 20 (1), 105-131, 2011
102011
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