1 edition of Gender relations in rural transformation found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by Emine Onaran Incirlioglu|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 419 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||419|
It examines in detail the reconstructed household of the reform era and emphasizes gender relations within the household. The author also describes the gender relations inherent in many aspects of the rural economy, paying particular attention to the ways women organize and construct strategies that encourage change in the interests of rural : Paperback. This exciting new book brings together renowned international scholars to explore the gender effects of the current transformation of agriculture and rural life. It presents a comparative perspective on key research themes of rural gender relations, with each section beginning with a comprehensive overview.
"A significant case study and a well-written and attractively produced book. The Transformation of Rural Life is a major contribution to our field."--Agricultural History" [A] strong and important contribution to the history of rural life in the United States."--Journal of American History "A treasure trove of information. Measuring gender-transformative change A review of literature and promising practices Measuring gender transformation 10 Framework for understanding gender transformation 10 Gender transformation, empowerment and social justice 10 in gender roles, relations and outcomes. It also acknowledges that the process of evaluation.
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It is argued that gender relations Author: Buapun Promphakping. gender transformation as against gender mainstreaming, and the elaboration of a conceptual and operational framework that identifies urban pathways not only to empower individual women but also to collectively transform fundamental gender power relations.
This File Size: KB. Gender relations in rural transformation book Description This book explores the gender effects of the current transformation of agriculture and rural life. Five themes are addressed: developments in rural gender theory and research methodology; changes in farm households; migration patterns of men and women in rural areas; the impact of national and international policies; and the construction of identities and definitions of femininity.
Get this from a library. Rural gender relations: issues and case studies. [Bettina B Bock; S Shortall;] -- "This new book brings together renowned international scholars to explore the gender effects of the current transformation of agriculture and rural life.
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The relationship between gender differentiation and ideas of sickness and health in rural Egypt has been examined as well as reproduction and motherhood as major practices through which.
Gender Relations A: al-aal>aq >at baina al- åginsain. – G: Geschlechterverhältnisse. F: rapports (sociaux) de genre. – R: polovye/ge˙ndernye otnosˇenija. S: relaciones de los sexos. – C: xingbie qingkuang. ‘Gender relations’ is a common expression in many ﬁelds of research, yet it is hardly ever clearly deﬁned in conceptual.
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These relationships between men and women, as they exist in most societies, are characterised by the marginalisation of women in decision making and other forms of power sharing in the. Thinking critically about rural gender relations ultimately means throwing out the assumption that economic and social change leads to social disorganization, and in fact.
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Rural women: striving for gender-transformative impacts a given society reflect political power structures that are learned, or embodied, from a young age through family power relations (Santosh Kumar Mishra).
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Title. This book explores the gender effects of the current transformation of agriculture and rural life. It presents a comparative perspective on key research themes of rural gender relations, with each section beginning with a comprehensive overview.
What happens to women in the aftermath of war and internal armed conflict. Are gender and inter-generational relations transformed during the process of post-war reconstruction. This book asserts that there is no aftermath for women -- a truce does not bring an end to gendered violence.
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She holds a PhD from London School of Economics. Her work on gender and Islam, especially in post-colonial and rural development areas, has been influential throughout the entire field. Rural Gender Relations: Issues And Case Studies by Bettina B. Bock and Sally Shortall, Editors. United Kingdom: C A B Intl.
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