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A feminist in the forest: Situated knowledges and mixing methods in natural resource management
This article is based on the context of situated knowledges - that there is no one truth out there to be uncovered, therefore, all knowledge is partial and linked to the contexts in which it is created. The paper presents ...
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, ...