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    The Effects of Water Insecurity and Emotional Distress on Civic Action for Improved Water Infrastructure in Rural South Africa

    Bulled, Nicola. 2016. “The Effects of Water Insecurity and Emotional Distress on Civic Action for Improved Water Infrastructure in Rural South Africa.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 31 (1): 133–54.

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    Topics: Citizenship, Development, Gender, Women, Health, Mental Health, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Livelihoods, Political Participation Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa Keywords: South Africa, citizenship, emotional distress, rural poor, water insecurity

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    Is Eco-Friendly Unmanly? The Green-Feminine Stereotype and Its Effect on Sustainable Consumption

    Brough, Aaron R., James E. B. Wilkie, Jingjing Ma, Mathew S. Isaac, and David Gal. 2016. “Is Eco-Friendly Unmanly? The Green-Feminine Stereotype and Its Effect on Sustainable Consumption.” Journal of Consumer Research 43 (4): 567–82.
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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gender Roles, Femininity/ies Keywords: gender identity maintenance, green marketing, environmental sustainability, stereotypes, motivated consumption

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    Eco-Man: New Perspectives on Masculinity and Nature

    Allister, Mark, ed. 2004. Eco-Man: New Perspectives on Masculinity and Nature. Charlottesville: The University of Virginia Press.

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    Topics: Environment, Gender, Men, Masculinity/ies

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    The Fallen Hero: Masculinity, Shame and Farmer Suicide in Australia

    Bryant, Lia, and Bridget Garnham. 2015. “The Fallen Hero: Masculinity, Shame and Farmer Suicide in Australia.” Gender, Place & Culture 22 (1): 67–82.
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    Topics: Economies, Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Health, Mental Health, Political Economies Regions: Oceania Countries: Australia Keywords: masculinity, rurality, suicide, farmer, shame

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    Taking Up Space: Men, Masculinity, and the Student Climate Movement

    Chan, Jody, and Joe Curnow. 2017. “Taking Up Space: Men, Masculinity, and the Student Climate Movement.” RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society, no. 4, 77–86.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gender Analysis, Race

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    Bushfires Are "Men’s Business": The Importance of Gender and Rural Hegemonic Masculinity

    Tyler, Meagan, and Peter Fairbrother. 2013. “Bushfires Are ‘Men’s Business’: The Importance of Gender and Rural Hegemonic Masculinity.” Journal of Rural Studies 30 (April): 110–19.
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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gender Analysis, Gendered Power Relations Regions: Oceania Countries: Australia Keywords: gender, masculinity, bushfire, wildfire, community fireguard

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    The Politics of Water: Urban Protest, Gender, and Power in Monterrey, Mexico

    Bennett, Vivienne. 1995. The Politics of Water: Urban Protest, Gender, and Power in Monterrey, Mexico. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Environment, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis, Governance, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Livelihoods, Privatization Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Mexico

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    Water Development Projects and Marital Violence: Experiences From Rural Bangladesh

    Rabiul Karim, K. M., Maria Emmelin, Bernadette P. Resurreccion, and Sarah Wamala. 2012. “Water Development Projects and Marital Violence: Experiences From Rural Bangladesh.” Health Care for Women International 33 (3): 200–16.

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    Topics: Development, Gender, Gender Roles, Gender Analysis, Gender-Based Violence, Households, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Bangladesh

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    Gender Equity, Citizenship and Public Water in Bangladesh

    Sultana, Farhana, Chandra Talpade Mohanty, and Sarah Miraglia. 2016. “Gender Equity, Citizenship and Public Water in Bangladesh.” In Making Public in a Privatized World: The Struggle for Essential Services, edited by David McDonald, 149-64. London: Zed Books Ltd.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Poverty, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equity, Governance, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Political Economies Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Bangladesh

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    Conceptualizing Subsistence as a Response to Capitalist Violence against African Indigenous Women

    Ahmed, Fathima. 2018. “Conceptualizing Subsistence as a Response to Capitalist Violence against African Indigenous Women.” Agenda 32 (4): 22-31.

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    Topics: Economies, Environment, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Gender-Based Violence, Livelihoods, Political Economies, Rights, Indigenous Rights, Land Rights Regions: Africa Keywords: subsistence, indigenous women, commons, relationality, anti-capitalism

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