Choice, complexity, and change:Gendered livelihoods and the management of water

Cleaver, Frances (1998) Choice, complexity, and change:Gendered livelihoods and the management of water. Agriculture and Human Values, 15 (4). pp. 293-299. ISSN 0889-048X

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Abstract

This paper highlights some of the themes elaborated by other authors in this special issue. Critiquing prevailing policies on the grounds of sectoral bias, instrumental approaches to participation, and an inadequate understanding of social context, I suggest that these detract from a truly gendered understanding of water resource management. Suggestions for further research and alternative analytical tools are pursued in the following papers.

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Agriculture and Human Values
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