2005

  • The impact of row seeder technology on women labor: a case study in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, by Paris T and Truong Thi Ngoc Chi in Gender and Technology Development Vol 9.No.2, Sage Publications, New Delhi, India.  Read more.
  • IRRI’s Approach to participatory research for development” advances and limitations by Paris T and Abedin Z., In Rice is Life: Scientific perspectives for the 21st century. Eds Toriyama K and Heong KL and BHardy. Pp, 248-410.  Read more.
  • Impact of male out-migration on rice household economy and gender roles: a case in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. by Paris T., Singh A. and J.Luis in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XL, No.25, June 18-24,2005, New Delhi, India. Read more.
  • The Right to Learn Women Want More Agricultural Advice, by Paris T, Shaila Arifa Nabi, Ahmad Salahuddin and Noel P. Magor in Innovations in rural extension: case studies from Bangladesh. Edited by Paul Van Mele, Ahmad Salahuddin and Noel P, Magor. IRRI and CABI. pp 15-27. Read here. Purchase book here.
  • Using Participatory Tools in Setting Gender-Sensitive Criteria for Acceptable Rice Varieties in Eastern India by Paris T. Abha Singh, H.N. Singh Joyce Luis and Mahabub  Hossain in Gonsalves, J., T. Becker, A. Barun, D. Campilan, H. De Chavez, E. Fajber, M. Kapiri, j. Rivcao-Caminadae and R. Vernoy (eds), Participatory Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. A Sourcebook. Volume 3: Doing Participatory Research and Development published by International Potato Center Users’ Perspectives With Agricultural Research and Development, Laguna, Philippines and International Development Research Centre Ottawa, Canada.  (pp. 11-17). Read more.

UNPUBLISHED PAPERS

  • Knowledge, farming practices and decision-making with emphasis on environment – friendly technologies for rice-vegetable cropping systems: A case study in Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, Philippines by Paris, T., Gim, Mee, G. ,Young K., Fajardo S. and Luis J in WW05 Abstract Book. Poster paper presented Women’s Worlds 2005: 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, June 19-24,2005, Seoul, Korea pp. 161-162.
  • Asian Women in Agricultural Research and Technology Development: Issues and Challenges by Paris, Thelma, presented in the Environment and Agriculture Session during the International Women’s Symposium, Women’s World 2005: 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, June 23, 2005, Ewah Women’s University, Seoul, Korea
  • Prevalence and patterns of labor out-migration and their impacts on rice production, livelihood and on gender roles: a synthesis of important findings in eastern India, by Paris, T and M. Hossain a paper presented at the international conference on “Impact  of labor out-migration on rice household economy with emphasis on gender issues” at IRRI, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, April 26-27, 2005.
  • Impact of labor out-migration on rice household economy and on gender roles: a case in West Bengal, India by Saha N, Paris T and Luis J, a paper presented at the international conference on “Impact  of labor out-migration on rice household economy with emphasis on gender issues” at IRRI, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, April 26-27, 2005.
  • Impact of labor out-migration on rice household economy and on gender roles: a case in Northern Philippines, by Luis J and Paris, T, a paper presented at the international conference on “Impact  of labor out-migration on rice household economy with emphasis on gender issues” at IRRI, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, April 26-27, 2005.
  • The role of farmer participation on scaling up of genetic diversity, by Paris, Thelma  a paper presented at the international workshop on Research prioritization on genetic diversification to sustain rice productivity, 9-11 May 2005, Seminar Room, Harrar Hall, IRRI, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines.

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