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Feminization of Agriculture in Rapid Changing Rural China: Policy Implication and Alternatives for an Equitable Growth and Sustainable Development

Full Citation: Song, Y., Zhang, L., Sun, D., Sun, Q., and Jiggins, J., "Feminization of Agriculture in Rapid Changing Rural China: Policy Implication and Alternatives for an Equitable Growth and Sustainable Development," PATHWAYS OUT OF POVERTY (FAO 2009).

Collection Type:
Articles
Country:
China
Creator:
Song, Y., Zhang, L., Sun, D., Sun, Q., and Jiggins, J.
Year:
2009

Feminization of Agriculture in China: Debunking the Myth and Measuring the Consequence of Women Participation in Agriculture

Full Citation: Zhang, L., Rozelle, S., Liu, C., Olivia, S., de Brauw, A., and Li, Q., "Feminization of Agriculture in China: Debunking the Myth and Measuring the Consequence of Women Participation in Agriculture," AGRICULTURE FOR DEVELOPMENT (Rimisp-Latin AMerican Center for Rural Development 2006).

Collection Type:
Articles
Country:
China
Creator:
Zhang, L., Rozelle, S., Liu, C., Olivia, S., de Brauw, A., and Li, Q.
Year:
2006

Women's Land Rights in Rural China: Transforming Existing Laws into a Source of Property Rights

Full Citation: Liaw, R. H., "Women's Land Rights in Rural China: Transforming Existing Laws into a Source of Property Rights," 17(1) PACIFIC RIM LAW & POLICY JOURNAL 237 (2008). - In the aftermath of legal reforms designed to secure land tenure for farmers, women in rural China lost rights to land at marriage, divorce, and widowhood. Despite a central legal framework that facially protects women’s property interests, ambiguity in the property and marriage laws have allowed village leaders to reassert traditional social norms and deny constitutional equal rights guarantees for women. Recent attempts to ameliorate landlessness for women, specifically in the Rural Contract Law and the Property Law, offer little promise of providing a significant solution for rural women. New proposals to mitigate rural women’s loss of land rights must be framed in the cultural context of how social relations affect land rights. Legal reforms in rural China should focus on strengthening women’s property rights within marriage, as well as securing external rights to property. Women’s land tenure would be better protected under a more clearly defined community property regime that recognizes rural land contracts issued both prior to and during marriage as jointly possessed. Such measures would give women access to a legal platform at divorce or widowhood, when they are most likely to experience landlessness. [Threats to Women’s Land Tenure Security and Effectiveness of Interventions - Annotated Bibliography]

Collection Type:
Research Articles
Country:
China
Creator:
Liaw, R. H.
Year:
2008

New and Emerging Developments in Gender and Law in China

Full Citation: Jianjun, L., et al., New and Emerging Developments in Gender and Law in China, (Wellesley Centers for Women, 2009).

Collection Type:
Articles
Country:
China
Creator:
Multiple Contributing Authors
Year:
2009

Land Management in Rural China and Its Gender Implications

Full Citation: Hare, D., Yang, L., and Englander, D., ‘‘Land management in rural China and its gender implications,’’ 13(3-4)FEMINIST ECONOMICS 35 (2007).

Collection Type:
Citations
Country:
China
Creator:
Hare, D., Yang, L., and Englander, D.
Year:
2007

Land Divided, Land United

Full Citation: Judd, E. R., "Land Divided, Land United," 130 THE CHINA QUARTERLY 338 (1992).

Collection Type:
Citations
Country:
China
Creator:
Judd, E. R.
Year:
1992

Assessing Farmland Protection Policy in China

Full Citation: Lichtenberg, E. and Ding, C., "Assessing farmland protection policy in China," 25(1) LAND USE POLICY 59 (2008).

Collection Type:
Citations
Country:
China
Creator:
Lichtenberg, E. and Ding, C.
Year:
2007

Gender, Land and Local Heterogeneity

Full citation: Lin, Z. and Lixin, Z., "Gender, Land and Local Heterogeneity," 15(49) JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA 637 (2006).

Collection Type:
Citations
Country:
China
Creator:
Lin, Z. and Lixin, Z.
Year:
2006

Rural Women, Displacement and the Three Gorges Project

Full Citation: Tan, Y., Hugo, G. and Potter, L., "Rural Women, Displacement and the Three Gorges Project," 36 DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 711 (2005).

Collection Type:
Citations
Country:
China
Creator:
Tan, Y., Hugo, G., and Potter, L.
Year:
2005