The study of gender in rural spaces is still in its infancy. Thus far, there has been little exploration of the constitution of the varied and differing ways that gender is constituted in rural settings. This book will place the question of gender, rurality and difference at its center.
Lia Bryant is a sociologist at the University of South Australia, and has been engaged in rural studies for 20 years. She has published widely on gender, sexuality and embodiment in the rural and has also had an ongoing interest in class and its intersections with gender in shaping relations in rural communities. Barbara Pini has an extensive publication record in the areas of gender and rurality including the book Men, Masculinities and Management, published by Ashgate in 2009.aPublications have appeared in Gender, Work and Organization, Journal of Rural Studies, Sociologia Ruralis, Work, Employment and Society, Social and Cultural Geography and British Journal of the Sociology of Education.
Barbara Pini, Lia Bryant
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Gender Studies / Gay & Lesbian Studies
Routledge International Studies of Women and Place
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