Political ecology and feminist political ecology annotated bibliography: CCRA-7
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This is an updated annotated bibliography of political ecology and feminist political ecology articles created for the Gender CCRA-7 Gendered Perspectives for Conservation Agriculture: Local soil knowledge and crop-livestock interaction from 2010-2011. This bibliography was used to inform field methods, student thesis work, and the CCRA-7 Research Strategy.
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Rocheleau, D.; B. Thomas-Slayter; Wangari, E. (New York, NY: Routledge, 1996)Feminist political ecology is a feminist approach to political ecology, where gender becomes a main category analysis in relation to understanding how decision-making practices and socio-political forces influence environmental ...
Sense of place and indigenous people's conservation: A brief political ecology of the seed and place. From modernization to globalization from above and from below. Towards the strengthening & re-indigenization of local epistemologies, ontologies, and cosmovisions Gonzales, T. (2004)For the "Indigenous Peoples" (IPs) of the Americas (North, Meso, and South), the constant and mostly violent process of erasure of their communal places is associated, from its inception to date, with colonization. In ...
Rocheleau, D. (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Association of American Geographers, 1995)To find the answer to the question: "is a feminist poststructuralist science and any unique method to enrich the practice of feminist research?" the author applies feminist theory to the question of research design with a ...