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Socio-economic and gender sensitive indicators in the management of natural resources
(Rome, Italy: Sustainable Development Division (SD), FAO, 2003)
By assessing the present situation of socio-economic and 'gender-sensitive indicators' (GSI), this paper argues that there is not enough 'gender-sensitive monitoring' in the field of natural resources management. Therefore, ...
Disaggregating local knowledge: The effects of gendered farming practices on soil fertility and soil reaction in SW Hungary
Researchers in conservation agriculture have realized that inclusion of local knowledge of natural resources is an important part of developing a community-based conservation plan. Furthermore, because men and women have ...
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 ...