Land, Women, Youths, and Land Tools or Methods

Edited by
February 2021
278 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-953-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-954-6 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Land, Women, Youths, and Land Tools or Methods that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
This book is a collection of Special Issue articles that aim to discern a people-centered pathway to solving land-based challenges in the context of land administration. It consists of 13 positively evaluated research articles. Each of the articles contributes to the large mosaic of knowledge on land methods (or tools) that are relevant to resolving land challenges that women and youths face. The book highlights 13 critical lessons on “Land, Women, Youths, and Land Tools or Methods.”
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voluntary land consolidation; land fragmentation; maximum likelihood estimation; logistic regression model; sustainable land management; land exchange; rural development; youth; household; land; access; use; Techiman; agricultural land use; land concentration; landholding; Estonia; Patagonian rural female work; family farming; land feminisation; territory; censuses; Argentina; women; community development; Indigenous women organization; empowerment; Ghana; peri-urban area; peri-urban development; customary land rights disputes; land rights; land-use plan; tenure security; Trede; youth land rights; gender-responsive land rights framework; Liberia Land Rights Act; land governance; tenure security; agricultural land acquisition; urbanization; household gender equality; unpaid care work; women’s economic position; women’s participation in household decision making; gender; women and youth; communal land governance; right to land; collective rights; participatory action research; transdisciplinary approach; COVID-19; West and East Africa; constituencies; land tenure security; contract farming; tea; agroforestry; investment; productivity; Southern Malawi; sub-Saharan Africa; South Korea; environmental conflicts; spatial text mining; atmosphere; development; safety; central java; flood; flood management; Indonesia; land policy; land use; land-use change; urbanization; n/a; gender; inequality; access; land; symbolic violence; Southern Highlands; Tanzania; n/a