Published April 2004
by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Henri Goverde (Editor), Mireia Baylina (Editor), Henk De Haan (Editor), Henk De Haan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
This book with 14 chapters discusses the impacts of the interactions between established interests and newcomers in local power relations. Specific attention is given to the gendered nature of these processes. Case studies from throughout Western Europe analyse local rural power relations and present overviews of the significance of rural gender by: 9. Power and Gender in European Rural Development book. DOI link for Power and Gender in European Rural Development. Power and Gender in European Rural Development book. By Henk de Haan. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 28 November Cited by: 4. Henri Goverde; Henk de Haan; Mireia Baylina (ed.), Power and Gender in Rural Development, Chapter 1, pp. Publisher: Aldershot: Ashgate: ISBN: Series: Perspectives on rural policy and planning: Publication type: Part of book or chapter of bookCited by: 2. This item appears in the following Collection(s) Nijmegen School of Management ; Academic publications  Academic output Radboud University.
Table of Contents. Contents: Introduction: a comparative European perspective, Keith Halfacree, Imre KovÃ¡ch and Rachel Woodward; Changing patterns of leadership and local power in rural Ireland, Chris Curtin and Tony Varley; The politics of rural development in The Netherlands, Henri Goverde and Henk de Haan; Influences on leadership and local power in rural Britain, Rachel Woodward and. the context of gender and rural development, highligh n g the importance of the research. The third chapter is on the theore cal background of the. Leadership and Local Power in European Rural Development. DOI link for Leadership and Local Power in European Rural Development. Leadership and Local Power in European Rural Development book. By Imre Kovách. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 May Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. Gender and Power in Rural Greece Book Description: Women in contemporary Greek society have been conventionally depicted as oppressed and socially inferior, circumscribed in behavior and segregated from the world of men.
Gender and Power in Rural Greece Edited by Jill Dubisch; Collections: Introduced by Jill Dubisch, the book contains eight original essays and a republication of the Friedl article. Among other topics, the essays examine changes now occurring in Greek gender roles, the ways women deal with oppression and act as mediators between the domestic. Gender shapes power, from the ‘private’ relationships of the household to the highest levels of political decision-making. However, as readers of Duncan Green’s blog have pointed out, calls for development practitioners to place power at the centre of their efforts and to 'think and work politically' (TWP) usually forget about gender. "This book is a must-read for scholars interested in the gendered process of global restructuring. Elisabeth Prügl succeeds superbly in teasing out the power politics involved in European agricultural policy. Through the lens of a feminist-constructivist approach, she makes visible the multiple mechanisms of gendered power within the state. Other subject matters covered by the book include social marginality, land use conflict, gender, cooperatives, animal health, rural marketing, information and communication technology, micro-business, and rural economic crisis. The book is thus an invaluable source of useful information on contemporary issues in rural development for.