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Food and gender in Fiji ethnoarchaeological explorations by Sharyn Jones

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Published by Lexington Books in Lanham, Md .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Food habits -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Food consumption -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Women -- Fiji -- Lau Province -- Social conditions,
  • Sex role -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Ethnoarchaeology -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Plant remains (Archaeology) -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Fish remains (Archaeology) -- Fiji -- Lau Province,
  • Lau Province (Fiji) -- Antiquities,
  • Lau Province (Fiji) -- Social life and customs

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementSharyn Jones.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGT2853.F3 J66 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23229607M
ISBN 109780739134801, 9780739134825
LC Control Number2009017860

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  Executive summary. This report presents the results of a community-based gender and food security analysis that was carried out by ADRA Fiji . Food and Gender in Fiji Food and Gender in Fiji: Ethnoarchaeological Explorations is out-- August, ! Check it out on the Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield websites.   Fiji's Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation has launched two initiatives it says will move Fiji closer to gender equality. The Gender Transformative Institutional Capacity Development is a two-year programme to empower all women and girls by enhancing technical knowledge of transformative gender mainstreaming across government institutions. Fiji is an independent sovereign state in the South Pacific Ocean, comprising islands and smaller islets. The two main islands are Vanua Levu and Viti Levu, which hosts the capital city of Suva. Following independence from the United Kingdom in , Fiji has experienced four coup d’états and is not considered a democratic state.

Fiji. Fiji Gender, Disability and Inclusion Analysis: COVID and TC Harold, June [version 1] farms and food gardens in affected areas also suffered extensive damage, with the final. the gender roles and its impact on behaviour in fiji. In Fiji, there is a division of gender in labor. Men's activities are mostly with other men and women's are mostly with other women. Women are traditionally expected to be a stay at home mom who does chores around the house and watches the children. She is also expected to be an obedient.   Fiji has a small, but long established, Chinese community that has also influenced some of the popular dishes found on this archipelago. Fijian chop suey is a staple meal, as it is sold in many food courts and restaurants throughout the country. Centre for Gender Research (CGR) The Centre for Gender Research at the University of Fiji was established by the University Council to inspire and instigate cogent research-based academic discourses on gender issues with a particular emphasis on women’s contribution to sustainable development in the context of gendered realities within Fiji and across the Pacific.