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Chizu Sato
Chizu Sato
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Feminist political ecologies of the commons and commoning
F Clement, WJ Harcourt, D Joshi, C Sato
International Journal of the Commons 13 (1), 1-15, 2019
1262019
Toward a postcapitalist feminist political ecology’approach to the commons and commoning
C Sato, JMS Alarcón
International Journal of the Commons 13 (1), 2019
742019
Enacting peasant moral community economies for sustainable livelihoods: A case of women-led cooperatives in rural Mexico
JMS Alarcón, C Sato
World Development 115, 120-131, 2019
422019
Extending the moral economy beyond households: Gendered livelihood strategies of single migrant women in Accra, Ghana
T Tufuor, A Niehof, C Sato, H van der Horst
Women's Studies International Forum 50, 20-29, 2015
362015
A self-reflexive analysis of power and positionality: Toward transnational feminist praxis
C Sato
Women, Literacy and Development: Alternative Perspectives, 100-112, 2004
282004
Popular medical discourses on birth control in the Soviet Union during the Cold War: Shifting responsibilities and relational values
Y Hilevych, C Sato
Children by choice, 99-122, 2018
272018
Subjectivity, enjoyment, and development: Preliminary thoughts on a new approach to postdevelopment
C Sato
Rethinking Marxism 18 (2), 273-288, 2006
22*2006
Rethinking adult literacy training: an analysis through a third world feminist perspective
C Sato
Women's Studies Quarterly 32 (1/2), 73-89, 2004
182004
Two Frontiers of Development?: A Transnational Feminist Analysis of Public-Private Partnerships for Women’s Empowerment
C Sato
International Political Sociology 10 (2), 150-167, 2016
172016
Gender, households and reintegration: everyday lives of returned migrant women in rural northern Ghana
T Tufuor, C Sato, A Niehof
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (10), 1480-1495, 2016
162016
‘It is better to herd than be herded’: making a living with goats in the Bajío region, Mexico
D Oseguera Montiel, NM Keilbach Baer, A van der Zijpp, C Sato, H Udo
Pastoralism 4 (1), 1-18, 2014
14*2014
Toward transnational feminist literacy practices
C Sato
Rethinking Marxism 26 (1), 44-60, 2014
112014
Educational Migrants, ICTs and Socio-Spatial Relationships: Establishing Presence from a Distance
H Van Der Horst, J Shadymanova, C Sato
Journal of Asian and African Studies 54 (4), 600-615, 2019
92019
What motivates single women to migrate from northern Ghana to Accra?
T Tufuor, C Sato
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography 71 (1), 46-59, 2017
82017
Caring Communities for Radical Change: What Can Feminist Political Ecology Bring to Degrowth?
S Barca, G Di Chiro, W Harcourt, I Iengo, P Kotsila, S Kulkarni, ...
Contours of Feminist Political Ecology, 177-206, 2023
72023
Is the Non-unitary Subject a Plausible and Productive Way to Understand Development Bureaucrats?
PA Tamás, C Sato
The Personal and the Professional in Aid Work, 125 - 139, 2013
42013
Adult Literacy Education as an Entry Point for Community Empowerment-Evaluation of Self-Help Group Activities in Rural Nepal
C SATO, M JIMBA, I MURAKAMI
TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT-TOKYO-ENGLISH EDITION-, 35-44, 2000
42000
Exploring gender and intersectionality from an assemblage perspective in food crop cultivation: A case of the Millennium Villages Project implementation site in western Kenya
H Kimanthi, P Hebinck, C Sato
World Development 159, 106052, 2022
32022
Revisiting “empowered rural women” in postwar Japan
F Iwashima, C Sato
Journal of Agrarian Change 22 (4), 855-873, 2022
32022
Migrant womens labour: sustaining livelihoods through diverse economic practices in Accra, Ghana
C Sato, T Tufuor
The handbook of diverse economies, 186-193, 2020
32020
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