Essays about: "Ecological Masculinities"

Found 3 essays containing the words Ecological Masculinities.

  1. 1. Women in Conservation: Narratives of Care, Place and Practice in the Lowveld Region, South Africa

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Stockholm Resilience Centre

    Author : Laura-Bethia Campbell; [2021]
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    Abstract : Understanding the diverse values, perspectives and lived experiences of conservation practitioners can offer insight into more effective pathways to just, diverse and inclusive stewardship practices. Within the cultural dimension of stewardship, sense of place (as a source of care) has the potential to articulate the relational ties between humans, nonhumans and the environment. READ MORE

  2. 2. Exploring Ecological Masculinities Praxes : A Qualitative Study of Global Northern Men Who Have Participated in Pro-Feminist and Pro-Environmental Reflective Groups

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för ekonomisk historia och internationella relationer

    Author : Robin Hedenqvist; [2020]
    Keywords : Ecological Masculinities; Environmental justice; Masculinities; Ecofeminism; Gender and environment; Reflective groups; MÄN; Intersectionality; Narrative inquiry;

    Abstract : Ecofeminism has long demonstrated how patriarchal structures and masculine norms constitute major obstacles for a transition to an ecologically and socially just society. In recent years, this has been illustrated by the hegemonic masculine performances of world leaders such as Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro. READ MORE

  3. 3. Preventing Gender-Based Violence Post Disasters : Building the capacity of humanitarian actors in the Philippines to engage with men and boys to reduce the risks of perpetration of violence

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Jenny Molin; [2018]
    Keywords : gender-based violence; prevention; engaging men and boys; masculinities; humanitarian action; disasters; the Philippines;

    Abstract : Gender based violence (GBV) is a global public health issue and a major feature in humanitarian emergencies. However, the phenomenon is not inevitable and can be predicted and prevented. READ MORE