Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Survival in India
Taking The Three Related Concerns Of Development Ecology And Gender This Book Argues That There Is An Intimate Link Between The Degradation Of Women And The Degradation Of Nature In Contemporary Society.
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DEVELOPMENT ECOLOGY AND WOMEN
SCIENCE NATURE AND GENDER
WOMEN IN NATURE
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