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Priorities for socio-economic research in farming systems in South-East Asia

Paris T. R. and C.C. Sevilla. 1995. Priorities for socio-economic research in farming systems in South-East Asia . Global Agenda for Livestock Research held in IRRI, Los Baños, The Philippines on 10-13 May 1995. Experiments conducted on-station and on-farm for the … Continue reading

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The Impact of Technologies on Women in Asian Rice Farming

by Paris, T.  Book chapter from Impact of Rice Research Pingali P, Hossain M, editors. 1998. Impact of rice research. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Impact of Rice Research, 3-5 Jun 1996, Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand Development Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, … Continue reading

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Gender analysis in crop-animal research

by Paris, T. (1995) in Devendra, C.Sevilla, C. (eds.). Crop-animal interaction: proceedings, – Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines). For the past years, increased attention has been given to the important roles of rural women in Asian agriculture. Except in land preparation and … Continue reading

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Effects of Out-migration on Rice-Farming Households and Women Left Behind in Vietnam

Thelma R. Paris, Joyce S. Luis1, Truong Thi Ngoc Chi2, Maria Fay Rola-Rubzen3 International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna Philippines1; Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute, Omon District, Mekong Delta, Vietnam2; Muresk Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Australia3 Vietnam … Continue reading

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Labor Substitution in Philippine Rice Farming Systems: An Analysis of Gender Work Roles

S. J. Tisch and T. R. Paris (1994) Rural Sociology Volume 59 Issue 3, Pages 497 – 514 The effect of rice technology adoption on gender work roles of husbands and wives is examined in two rice ecosystems in the Philippines. Technology use is likely to be less … Continue reading

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