Feminist Political Ecology Global Issues and Local Experience
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Description: This book explores the gendered relations of ecologies, economics, and politics in communities as diverse as the rubbertappers in the rainforrests of Brazil to the activist groups fighting racism in New York City.
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List price: $79.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publication date: 10/8/1996
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|Gender and Environment: A feminist political ecology perspective|
|Out on the Front Lines but Still Struggling for Voice: Women in the rubber tappers' defense of the forest in Xapuri, Acre, Brazil|
|Feminist Politics and Environmental Justice: Women's community activism in West Harlem, New York|
|Protecting the Environment Against State Policy in Austria: From women's participation in protest to new voices in parliament|
|Spanish Women Against Industrial Waste: A gender perspective on environmental grassroots movements|
|Gendered Visions for Survival: Semi-arid regions in Kenya|
|Developing and Dismantling Social Capital: Gender and resource management in the Philippines|
|"Our Lives are No Different from that of Our Buffaloes": Agricultural change and gendered spaces in a central Himalayan valley|
|Gendered Knowledge: Rights and Space in Two Zimbabwe Villages: Reflections on methods and findings|
|From Forest Gardens to Tree Farms: Women, men, and timber in Zambrana-Chacuey, Dominican Republic|
|Where Kitchen and Laboratory Meet: The "tested food for Silesia" program|
|"Hysterical Housewives" and Other Mad Women: Grassroots environmental organizing in the United States|
|Feminist Political Ecology: Crosscutting themes, theoretical insights, policy implications|
|Notes on contributors|