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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Political ecology, gendered landscapes, and sense of place: Local soil knowledge and access to agricultural resources in smallholder farming communities in Cochabamba District, Bolivia Agriesti, K.; Christie, Maria Elisa (2011)This poster presentation draws from the literature on political ecology, sense of place, ethnopedology,
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 ...
Symbolic action and soil fertility: Political ecology and the transformation of space and place in Tonga Stevens, C.J. (Piscataway, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2004)This article discusses the historical and contemporary transition between traditional and industrial land management practices and agricultural markets throughout Tonga. This case study from 1991-1993, focuses on gathering ...