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Pesticide exposure and women's health
The author argues that pesticides effect human health in many similar ways for males and females, but the differences in biology makes women more susceptible to the toxicity of certain chemicals and different cancers can ...
Household decisions, gender, and development: A synthesis of recent research
(IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute), 2003)
This book draws on 27 IFPRI research studies on household decision making and intrahousehold allocation of resources, organized by the following themes: power and resources within the household; agriculture and natural ...
Disaggregating local knowledge: the effects of gendered farming practices on soil fertility and soil reaction in SW Hungary
This article presents a study in Hungary which examined differences in men's and women's soil management techniques and knowledge. The author argues that social constructs of gender roles, the gender division of labor, and ...