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Gender, Power and Property: In my own right . The Rural Economy Development Programme (REDP) Working Paper Series
(Rural Economy Development Programme, 2013-11)
Women on farms in Ireland are a subject of feminist analysis for five decades. Salient themes are the constraints of patriarchal agriculture (O'Hara 1997; Shortall, 2004), the invisibility of women's farm work (Viney 1968; ...
Strategies of Resilience: co-operation in Irish Farming
Ireland's family farming heritage holds crucial elements of rural sustainability - established networks of social support; cultural traditions resourcing ethno-industries such as tourism and craft; and localised human-ecological ...
Finding ‘Room to Manoeuvre’: Gender, agency and the family farm
(Rowman and Littlefield, 2014)
Women on Irish farms have been a subject of feminist analysis over the past two decades. Salient themes in the literature on farm women have been the constraints of patriarchal agriculture (O'Hara 1997; Shortall, 2004), ...