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Gendered science: A critique of agricultural development
The paper questions the gender bias in paradigms and programs of agriculture research. The author argues that even though women's knowledge in farming practices is crucial to agricultural and social sustainability, their ...
The row to hoe: The gender impact of trade liberalization on our food system, agricultural markets and women's human rights
(Geneva, Switzerland: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2007)
This paper uses case studies and literature analysis to show why women need to be more involved in policy decision related to agriculture. Trade has affected food security and agricultural development. Women, and their ...