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  1. Research

    Land Grabs, Power, and Gender in East and Southern Africa: So, What’s New?

    Verma, Ritu. 2014. “Land Grabs, Power, and Gender in East and Southern Africa: So, What’s New?” Feminist Economics 20 (1): 52–75. 

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Economies, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Governance, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa Keywords: land grabs, gender, historical continuities, scale, elite capture, East and Southern Africa

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    Gendered Eviction, Protest and Recovery: A Feminist Political Ecology Engagement with Land Grabbing in Rural Cambodia

    Lamb, Vanessa, Laura Schoenberger, Carl Middleton, and Borin Un. 2017. “Gendered Eviction, Protest and Recovery: A Feminist Political Ecology Engagement with Land Grabbing in Rural Cambodia.” The Journal of Peasant Studies, 44 (6) : 1215-1234. 

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Men, Gender Roles, Gendered Discourses, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Governance, Land Grabbing Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Cambodia Keywords: gender, land grab, eviction, Cambodia, South East Asia, state-gender relations

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    Gender Issues in Large Scale Land Acquisition: Insights from Oil Palm in Indonesia

    Elmhirst, Rebecca, Bimbika Sijapati Basnett, Mia Siscawati, and Dian Ekowati. 2013. Gender Issues in Large Scale Land Acquisition: Insights from Oil Palm in Indonesia.  Washington, DC: Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI).

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    Topics: Agriculture, Gender, Land Grabbing Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Indonesia

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    Mainstreaming Gender in the Process of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions for Agro-Investment in Cameroon

    Fonjong, Lotsmart. 2019. “Mainstreaming Gender in the Process of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions for Agro-Investment in Cameroon.” In Natural Resource Endowment and the Fallacy of Development in Cameroon, 215-42. Mankon, Bamenda: Langaa RPCIG.

    Topics: Agriculture, Gender, Gender Mainstreaming, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, Central Africa Countries: Cameroon

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    The Poverty of Neoliberalized Feminism: Gender Equality in a ‘Best Practice’ Large-Scale Land Investment in Ghana

    Lanz, Kristina, Elisabeth Prügl, and Jean-David Gerber. 2020. “The Poverty of Neoliberalized Feminism: Gender Equality in a ‘Best Practice’ Large-Scale Land Investment in Ghana.” The Journal of Peasant Studies 47 (3): 525-43.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Development, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Intersectionality, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, West Africa Countries: Ghana Keywords: gender, intersectionality, large-scale land investment, institutions, power relations

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    Gender and Land Grabs in Comparative Perspective

    Levien, Michael. 2015. “Gender and Land Grabs in Comparative Perspective.” In Gender Equality and Sustainable Development, edited by Melissa Leach, 105-32. Abingdon: Routledge.

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    Topics: Gender, Land Grabbing

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    Gender and Generation in Southeast Asian Agro-Commodity Booms

    Park, Clara Mi Young, and Ben White. 2017. “Gender and Generation in Southeast Asian Agro-Commodity Booms.” The Journal of Peasant Studies 44 (6): 1103–10.

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    Topics: Age, Youth, Class, Agriculture, Economies, Environment, Gender, Land Grabbing Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Keywords: gender, generation, agrarian transformation, land grab, capitalist expansion, Southeast Asia

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    Factors Influencing the Effects of Large-Scale Land Acquisition on the Livelihood of Smallholder Farmers in the Pru District of Ghana

    Quansah, Charles, Agyemang Frimpong, and Ronald Osei Mensah. 2020. “Factors Influencing the Effects of Large-Scale Land Acquisition on the Livelihood of Smallholder Farmers in the Pru District of Ghana.” European Scientific Journal 16 (11): 159-77.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Education, Gender, Households, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, West Africa Countries: Ghana Keywords: large-scale land acquisition, livelihood, smallholder farmers, household, household head, Pru district

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    The Gender and Equity Implications of Land-Related Investments on Land Access and Labour and Income-Generating Opportunities: A Case Study of Selected Agricultural Investments in Zambia

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 2013. The Gender and Equity Implications of Land-Related Investments on Land Access and Labour and Income-Generating Opportunities: A Case Study of Selected Agricultural Investments in Zambia. Rome: United Nations. 

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    Topics: Agriculture, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Gender Equity, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Zambia

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    Agricultural Diversification and Dietary Diversity: a Feminist Political Ecology of the Everyday Experiences of Landless and Smallholder Households in Northern Ghana

    Nyantaki-Frimpong, Hanson. 2017. “Agricultural Diversification and Dietary Diversity: a Feminist Political Ecology of the Everyday Experiences of Landless and Smallholder Households in Northern Ghana.” Geoforum 86: 63-75.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender, Women, Households, Intersectionality, Land Grabbing Regions: Africa, West Africa Countries: Ghana Keywords: farm production diversity, dietary diversity, land, gender, feminist political ecology, Ghana

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