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- Lamers, H. A. H., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Forests, trees and livelihoods 2017 v.26 no.1 pp. 65-83
- agronomy; collective action; forest management; gender; learning; marketing; phenology; sustainable forestry; women; India
- ... Participatory research and the social learning it supports are increasingly being used to improve forest management. Yet, the participation of women and other marginalized groups is often limited in these processes. This is a serious shortcoming, not only due to concerns for gender and social equity, but also because socially excluded, forest-dependent groups hold specific ecological knowledge, sk ...