Women Working In The Environment: Resourceful Natures
Taylor & Francis, 25/02/2014 - 330 من الصفحات
Based on theoretical insights from ecofeminism, women and development, and postmodernism, and the convincing empirical work of numerous scholars, this book is organized around five aspects of gender relationships with the environment: Part I-gender divisions of labor, Part 2-property rights, Part 3-knowledge and strategies for sustainability, Part 4-environmental and social movements, and Part 5- policy alternatives. Examining women's relationship with the environment using these five dimensions provides concrete, material examples of how women work with, control, know, and affect the environment and natural resources.
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Part One Gender Divisions of Labor in Agriculture Mining and Fishing Communities
Access to Land and Water
Part Three Womens Knowledge Work and Strategies for Sustainability
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
agricultural agroforestry Amuesha animals areas beneﬁts canal cassava Chipko Movement coal conﬂict crops cultivated cultural deﬁned diversity division of labor ecofeminism ecofeminists economic environment environmental activity environmental issues farmers farming female feminism feminist ﬁelds ﬁnd ﬁndings ﬁrst ﬁsh ﬁsheries ﬁshermen ﬁshing ﬁshing communities fodder forest products forestry fuelwood gender differences genetic groundnut groups harvest households income increased India inﬂuence involved irrigation labor power landless livestock maize male men’s ment mentors miners NAFP natural resources Nepal ofﬁcials organization paddy Pakistan patriarchy Peru plants political problems programs projects rainfed reﬂect relations relationships result rice rural women scientiﬁc seed savers Seed Savers Exchange sexual sharecropping signiﬁcant single women society speciﬁc status strategies subsistence tion toxic waste activists traditional trees ulluco uncultivated land University USFS varieties wage WL/F woman women toxic waste women’s participation women’s roles World Bank