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Gender analysis
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Gender analysis is the systematic examination of the roles, relationships, and processes between women and men in all societies, focusing on imbalances in power, wealth, and workload.  Gender analysis can also include the examination of the multiple ways in which women and men, as social actors, engage in strategies to transform existing roles, relationships, and processes in their own interest and in the interest of others.

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