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Women's Work: beyond binaries

Pastoralists have been largely excluded from the discourses of policy making and development because of their non sedantarized ways of living. Furthermore, a pastoral woman who is in constant interaction with the forests, animals and land, as part of their profession and life world fails to find a mention in literature and policies. The kind of labour they perform, their interaction with animals and ecology and being in constant movement opens up  ways to understand the role of women in the…See More
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Research Methodologies, Rural Feminism, Women movement and resistance, Action Research
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Women's Work: beyond binaries

Posted on August 22, 2022 at 12:30 1 Comment

Pastoralists have been largely excluded from the discourses of policy making and development because of their non sedantarized ways of living. Furthermore, a pastoral woman who is in constant interaction with the forests, animals and land, as part of their profession and life world fails to find a mention in literature and policies. The kind of labour they perform, their interaction with animals and ecology and being in constant movement opens up  ways to understand the role of women…
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At 19:59 on August 28, 2020, Rituu B Nanda said…

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