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Feb 12, 2020 Family, Gender, and Labour in the Greek Mines, 1860–1940 Part of: Special Theme Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging Masculinity through History; Leda Papastefanaki; Journal: International Review of Social History / Volume 65 / Issue 2 / August 2020 Published online by Cambridge University Press: 08 November 2019, pp. 267-288

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  • Women and Gender in the Mines: Challenging Masculinity

    Women and Gender in the Mines: Challenging Masculinity

    Feb 12, 2020 Jaclyn J. Gier and Laurie Mercier, “Gender, Mining Communities, and Labor Protests, 1900–1960”, in idem, Mining Women, p. 171

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  • Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of Mukibira Mines in

    Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of Mukibira Mines in

    Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of Mukibira Mines in Vihiga District. ... JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies is a non-funded journal. Subscriptions provide the resources to cover the cost of publishing and maintenance. Consider getting a subscription today to support the growth of Africa-centered Knowledge and its

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  • The gender and racial transformation of mining

    The gender and racial transformation of mining

    discriminate according to gender, women were actively discouraged from taking engineering as a profession, and more especially mining engineering, as the legislation effectively prevented further development in their career. Hence, it is not surprising that all South African graduates in mining engineering for nearly a century were white males

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  • Gender and Child Labor Issues in Mining: A Preliminary

    Gender and Child Labor Issues in Mining: A Preliminary

    Oct 10, 2013 Krimbu, J. (2005). Gender issues in artisanal and small-scale mining communities in Wau/Bulolo Areas of Morobe Province in Papua, New, Guinea – community perspective. Retrieved July 28, 2007, from

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  • Mining activity, income inequality and gender in regional

    Mining activity, income inequality and gender in regional

    Among men, inequality initially increases as mining employment in a region increases, but then sharply decreases; at high levels of mining activity, income inequality among men is lower than is typically observed in non-mining areas. Among women, income inequality increases with mining activity throughout its range

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  • Gender Equality or Diversity in the Mining Industry for

    Gender Equality or Diversity in the Mining Industry for

    The objective of this study is to analyse the professional training of the students of mining courses, regarding the career barriers and the strategies to reverse them. Twenty-seven interviews with programme heads and union leaders in the industry were carried out. The results show paradoxical discourses: the programme heads point out that the duty of the students is to adapt to the mining

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  • Gender, authority and mining in an industrial landscape

    Gender, authority and mining in an industrial landscape

    Jan 01, 1996 J Liddington; Gender, authority and mining in an industrial landscape: Anne Lister 1791-1840, History Workshop Journal, Volume 42, Issue 1, 1 October 1996, Page We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website.By continuing to

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  • Gender, embodiment and place: The gendering of skills

    Gender, embodiment and place: The gendering of skills

    Sep 21, 2011 Bryant, L, Tedmanson, D (2006) Drilling down – diversity in the mining industry: Exploring the barriers to gender and Indigenous diversity in the Australian mining industry. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 5(3): 157 – 167

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  • Women leading change: re-shaping gender in Ghanaian mines

    Women leading change: re-shaping gender in Ghanaian mines

    Nov 04, 2020 There is growing attention towards inclusive mining to make an economic case for gender equality and diversity in the industry. Available literature lacks sufficient empirical evidence on the subject matter in Ghana. Therefore, this paper aims to understudy women miners in Ghana and document their role in recent change regimes in mine works gender profiles

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  • Directory of Open Access Journals

    Directory of Open Access Journals

    Recent studies on mining and gender focus predominantly on women and how they are negatively affected by mining. Ethnicity, although a growing asset in struggles on environmental transformations, is hardly included in research on mining. ... Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies ISSN 1999-2521 (Print) 1999-253X (Online) Publisher SEAS

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  • Gender and labour force inequality in ... - Academic

    Gender and labour force inequality in ... - Academic

    ISSN 2006- 988x 2012 Academic Journals Full Length Research Paper Gender and labour force inequality in small-scale gold mining in Ghana Romanus D. Dinye1* and Michael O. Erdiaw-Kwasie2 1Centre for Settlements Studies, College of Architecture

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  • Engendering the Global Financial and Economic Crisis

    Engendering the Global Financial and Economic Crisis

    International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 20; November 2011 66 Engendering the Global Financial and Economic Crisis: Unveiling the links between formal and informal sectors in the mining regions in Zambia and assessing the gender implications Regina Namatovu1 Cristina Espinosa2

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  • Mainstreaming gender and promoting intersectionality in

    Mainstreaming gender and promoting intersectionality in

    Apr 20, 2017 Gender mainstreaming is an approach to policy and planning that emphasizes equality between the sexes. It is the stated policy for gender equity in Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) health sector, as well as all other sectors, and is enshrined in the policies of its biggest aid givers. However, there is criticism that gender mainstreaming’s application has too often been technocratic and lacking in

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  • Gender classification based on similarity features through

    Gender classification based on similarity features through

    International Journal of Knowledge Engineering and Data Mining. Periodical Home; Latest Issue; Archive; Authors; Affiliations; Home Browse by Title Periodicals International Journal of Knowledge Engineering and Data Mining Vol. 6, No. 1 Gender classification based on similarity features through SURF and SVM Browse by Title Periodicals International Journal of

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  • Women in mining: Legislation and representation for women

    Women in mining: Legislation and representation for women

    Aug 25, 2011 The mining industry is a male domain (2) - men dominate the industry, while women’s participation in mining continues to be minimal.(3) This is not purely for social reasons, such as stereotypes - the participation of women in this sector has even been discouraged through legislation. For instance, in South Africa, legal barriers prevented women from working underground,(4) for example

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  • The Impact of Gender Inequality in Education and

    The Impact of Gender Inequality in Education and

    Journal Article. The Impact of Gender Inequality in Education and Employment on Economic Growth : New Evidence for a Panel of Countries. Tweet Like Share # Shares: 0. Published. 2009. Journal Feminist Economics 15:91-132. Author(s) Klasen, Stephan

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  • Journal of Economic and Social Policy

    Journal of Economic and Social Policy

    Negotiating Gender: Experience from Western Australian Mining Industry Abstract Despite its economic benefits, mining can also negatively impact on local communities and the environment

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