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Livelihoods, Mobility and Interventions
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"There has been no book published in the last decade that takes a synoptic look at gender-environment issues while bridging theoretical, policy and practice concerns. This book will both fill that gap and bring the debate up to date." - Melissa Leach, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK "I will use it in the course I teach on gender and natural resources. The book will also be excellent for more general courses on environmental or natural resource management that want to include a gender perspective." - Margreet Zwarteveen, Wageningen University, The Netherlands "It covers case studies from South and Southeast Asia providing rich and insightful issues in natural resource management that will be of great benefit to scholars, researchers and graduate students... It re-invigorates gender as a powerful analytical concept. In the book, the editors set out to put politics - issues of power, access and control - firmly back into gender analyses. They have been successful." - Water Alternatives
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Bernadette P. Resurreccion is Senior Research Fellow of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and adjunct Associate Professor of Gender and Development Studies at the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. Rebecca Elmhirst is Principal Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Brighton, UK.
Introduction 1. Gender, Environment and Natural Resource Management: New Dimensions, New Debates Rebecca Elmhirst and Bernadette P. Resurreccion Part I: Contextualizing Gender and Natural Resource Governance in Neo-liberal Times 2. Gender, Doi Moi and Coastal Resource Management in the Red River Delta,Vietnam Hue Le Thi Van 3. Intensification Regimes in Village-Based Silk Production, Northeast Thailand: Boosts (and Challenges) to Women's Authority Barbara Earth, Patcharin Lapanun, Nit Tassniyom, Benjawan Narasaj, Patcharin Ruchuwararak and Soutthanome Keola 4. Multi-Local Livelihoods, Natural Resource Management and Gender in Upland Indonesia Rebecca Elmhirst 5. Women's Land Rights in Rural China: Current Situation and Likely Trends Linxiu Zhang, Chengfang Liu, Haomiao Liu and Lerong Yu Part II: Gender Interventions: Targeting Women in Sustainable Development Projects 6. Autonomy Reconstituted: Social and Gender Implications of Resettlement on the Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia Carol Yong Ooi Lin 7. Do Women-Only Approaches to Natural Resource Management Help Women? The Case of Community Forestry in Nepal Marlene Buchy and Bimala Rai 8. Gender, Legitimacy and Patronage-driven Participation: Fisheries Management in the Tonle Sap Great Lake, Cambodia Bernadette P. Resurreccion 9. Gender, Microcredit and Conservation at Caohai: An Attempt to Link Women, Conservation and Development Melinda Herrold-Menzies Part III: Responding to Intervention: Gender, Knowledge and Authority 10. Insider/Outsider Politics: Implementing Gendered Participation in Water Resource Management Kathleen O'Reilly 11. Gathered Indigenous Vegetables in Mainland Southeast Asia: A Gender Asset Lisa Leimar Price and Britta Ogle 12. Religion, Gender and the Environment in Asia: Moving Beyond the Essentialisms of Spiritual Ecofeminism Emma Tomalin