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Men and the Fields by Adrian Bell

Title Men and the Fields
Author Adrian Bell
Publisher Little Toller Books
Release 2009
Category Nature
Total Pages 160
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bell's book describes a life about to change in the English Countryside at the outset of the Second World War.

Title Men Own the Fields Women Own the Crops
Author Miriam Goheen
Publisher Univ of Wisconsin Press
Release 1996
Category History
Total Pages 252
ISBN 9780299146740
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on a decade of fieldwork, this work tracks the negotiations between chiefs and subchiefs and women and men over ritual power, economic power, and administrative power. Though Nso' men obviously dominate their society at both the local level and nationally, women have had power of their own by virtue of their status as women. Men may own the land, for example, but women control the crops through their labor. Goheen explains clearly the place of gender in very complex historical processes, such as land tenure systems, title societies, chieftancy, marriage systems, changing ideas of symbolic capital, and internal and external politics.

Men in the Field by Leo Lewis Ward

Title Men in the Field
Author Leo Lewis Ward
Publisher
Release 1955
Category Farm life in literature
Total Pages 248
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gendered Fields by Diane Bell

Title Gendered Fields
Author Diane Bell
Publisher Psychology Press
Release 1993
Category Social Science
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9780415062527
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examines and explores the progress of feminist anthropology, the gendered nature of fieldwork itself, and the articulation of gender with other aspects of the persona of the ethnographer.Virtually all anthropologists undertaking fieldwork experience emotional difficulties in relating their own personal culture to the field culture. The issue of gender arises because ethnographers do fieldwork by establishing relationships, and this is done as a person of a particular age, sexual orientation, belief, educational background, ethnic identity and class. In particular it is done as men and women. Gendered Fields examines and explores the progress of feminist anthropology, the gendered nature of fieldwork itself, and the articulation of gender with other aspects of the self of the ethnographer.

Title The Sweet Potato Queens Field Guide to Men
Author Jill Conner Browne
Publisher Crown Archetype
Release 2004-10-05
Category Humor
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1400082641
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If the Nobel committee offered awards in Gender Relations, the Sweet Potato Queens would have the prize all locked up. These fine ladies have devoted an absolutely inordinate amount of time to the pursuit of love, marriage, and great sex, and they’re just bursting to share their stories. Now their royal ringleader, bestselling author Jill Conner Browne, brings you The Sweet Potato Queens’ Field Guide to Men, a hilarious (and highly instructive) handbook about the men we love to hate, and the ones we love to love, with special revelations about: --Why he didn’t call --The sweetest revenge ever --The downright crazy things we will do for romance Plus, memorable tales of Queenly dating adventures, the shameless lowdown on looking as young as you feel, and more royal recipes that are guaranteed to bring him home each and every night.

Title The Economics of Women Men and Work
Author Francine D. Blau
Publisher Prentice Hall
Release 2006
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 444
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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A current summary and synthesis of research and data on gender issues in the labor market, this book presents readers with a single volume that thoroughly explores gender issues in the workplace and in the family.Chapter topics include women and men: changing roles in a changing economy, the family as an economic unit, the allocation of time between the household and the labor market, differences in occupations and earnings, recent developments in the labor market, changing work roles and the family, and gender differences in other countries.For use by practicing economists and social scientists, and for men and women interested in learning about their place within-and effect upon-the labor market.

Bimonthly Report by National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Biology and Agriculture

Title Bimonthly Report
Author National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Biology and Agriculture
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Release 1943
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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