Local knowledge and agricultural decision making in the Philippines

class, gender, and resistance by Virginia D. Nazarea

Publisher: Cornell University Press in Ithaca

Written in English
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Places:

  • Kabaritan (Philippines),
  • Philippines,
  • Kabaritan.,
  • Kabaritan

Subjects:

  • Rural development -- Philippines -- Kabaritan.,
  • Traditional farming -- Philippines -- Kabaritan.,
  • Agriculture -- Philippines -- Kabaritan -- Decision making.,
  • Food habits -- Philippines -- Kabaritan.,
  • Kabaritan (Philippines) -- Social life and customs.

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Local knowledge and agricultural decision making in the Philippines: class, gender, and resistance. Local Knowledge and Agricultural Decision Making in the Philippines: Class, Gender, and Resistance, by Virginia D.

Nazarea-Sandoval, Cornell University Press, Ithaca (). Reviewed by W. Thomas Conelly W. Local knowledge and agricultural decision making in the Philippines book Conelly. Farmer’s Handbook on Basic Agriculture Acknowledgement H igher demand for agricultural raw material is now anticipated and agriculture is not any more about producing farm products and selling them exclusively at the local market.

Instead farmers today have a world market to serve. But the new chances bring new challenges. Ink, the Philippine Literary Journal; book 6, ; ; Banana Justice: Field Notes on Philippine Crime and Custom.

Bishop Francisco Claver,On the Local Church. Mary T. Fitzpatrick. Manila: De La Salle Univ. Press; 78p. Local Knowledge and Agricultural Decision Making in the Philippines: Class, Gender and. Local Studies in the Philippines Local studies in the Philippines play a significant role in the study and understanding of the Filipino‟s identity and past.

Foronda () noted that interest in research and writing of local history increased after World War II and this apparently is due to the resurgence of nationalism among Size: 1MB.

serve as knowledge/information "brokers", initiating and facilitating mutually meaningful and equitable knowledge-based transactions among agricultural researchers, trainers, and primary producers. To improve its cost-effectiveness, proper strategies to advocate favorable and explicit agricultural extension policies are Size: 2MB.

The second is women’s decision making power over time-use and income, and their decision making power in groups and collective organizations. The complex and multidimensional nature of empowerment makes it difficult to measure. This is especially true in the context of agriculture, where the concept of empowerment is relatively by: and values local knowledge, experiential learning, and information sharing along with the active participation of rural people and other stakeholders in decision-making.5 For more than 40 years, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been promoting communication for development as a key component of agriculturalFile Size: 3MB.

B.T. Hart, D. Davidson, in Decision Making in Water Resources Policy and Management, Evidence-based decision-making. Contemporary natural resource management and policy development requires evidence-based decision making (Conroy & Peterson, ).This was made clear in the Water Act, which required the MDBA “to act on the basis of the best available scientific knowledge and socio.

We aim to reach 1 million farming households and influence 50 partner organizations to adopt recommendations that improve their service delivery/EAS program operations. The Feed the Future Developing Local Extension Capacity (DLEC) project galvanizes diverse extension and advisory service (EAS) stakeholders to measurably improve agricultural extension programs, policies and services.

Angie Ipong of Unyon ng mga Manggagawa sa Agrikultura. Angie Ipong is making the rounds all over the Philippines to promote “Bungkalan: Manwal sa Organikong Pagsasaka,” a book authored by the.

Geographers and geographic perspectives have found important application in decision making in both the private and the public sectors. Geographers serve the public sector in many different roles, as government employees, consultants, private citizens, and volunteers for public advisory boards at levels from local to international.

This book provides useful information about Urban Agriculture, which includes the production of crops in small to large lots, vertical production on walls, windows, rooftops, urban gardens, farmer's markets, economic models of urban gardening, peri-urban agricultural systems, and spatial planning and evolution of.

This book discusses the transition to 'collaborative organizations' in the public sector. This book, 'Knowledge Management for the Public Sector' was finalized by a team of leading knowledge management consultants, practitioners, and government experts from Japan, Republic of Korea (ROK), Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and the U.K.

A Textbook of Agricultural Economics Dr. C.B. Singh Dr. R.K. Singh About the Book: A Textbook of Agricultural Economics has been written for (Agriculture), (Agriculture) and M.A.

reflective perspective toward ethical decision-making. Keywords: ethics, teacher, education, decision making, case analysis, narrative 1. Introduction Introduce the Problem Many of the concerns confronting teachers in U.S.

public schools today, indeed around the File Size: KB. Entrepreneurship in the Philippines. The Philippines recently posted. % economic growth, its fastest quarter in three years and the Custodio dreams about making it big on the international scene, but in order for Green Fields life decision before him: upon his.

Local and indigenous knowledge refers to the understandings, skills and philosophies developed by societies with long histories of interaction with their natural surroundings.

For rural and indigenous peoples, local knowledge informs decision-making about fundamental aspects of day-to-day life. The sum of experience and knowledge of a given ethnic group that forms the basis for decision-making in the face of familiar and unfamiliar problems and challenges (Warren & Cashman,p.

Learn more in: Applying Indigenous Knowledge in Agricultural Extension in Zimbabwe. Local knowledge and agricultural decision making in the Philippines: Class, gender, and resistance.

Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Local Knowledge and Agricultural Decision Making in the Philippines: Class, Gender, and Resistance.

Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press. Ithaca, New Cited by: But they often lack decision-making power in the agricultural system and in their own households.

Inequitable access to agricultural information, inputs, and land constrains women’s productivity and empowerment. Food systems that do not provide adequate nutrition: Many families do not have access to safe, affordable, nutritious diets year.

“Decision-making is usually defined as a process or sequence of activities involving stages of problem recognition, search for information, definition of alternatives and the selection of an actor of one from two or more alternatives consistent with the ranked preferences”.

Definition offered by the C.O.D. is, the mathematical study of. The Bureau of Labor Relations and the Labor Relations Divisions in the regional offices of the Department of Labor, shall have original and exclusive authority to act, at their own initiative or upon request of either or both parties, on all inter-union and intra-union conflicts, and all disputes, grievances or problems arising from or.

Additional resources. Making agricultural research work for small farmers and agroecological approaches in West Africa, Michel Pimbert (), IIED Report/paper. Video: Dr Michel Pimbert – Oxford REAL Farming ConferenceIIED () Transformation for food sovereignty: transforming knowledge and ways of knowing (Part III: chapter 7), Michel Pimbert (), IIED Book chapter.

Philippines Case Study Unedited Working Paper 1 and 34% is under agricultural cultivation. The role of natural disasters has increased over time, signaling the rise in intregrate SD concerns in all decision-making structures not only within the government but also in civil society.

financial management knowledge. The inadequate level of management together with the missing market for the product causes the failure of enterprise. Managers do not have enough experience, knowledge or vision how to run the enterprise. Even though the managers gain experience with the growth of the enterprise, knowledge and vision remain in.

Our researchers and knowledge community are dedicated to generating knowledge products that are used by students, practitioners and the general public. civil society participation in governance as well as in government decision-making.

Local Government in the Philippines: A Book of Readings (). The Cultural Dimension of Development presents overwhelming evidence, from a range of disciplines, that local people do know a great deal about their environment. This knowledge must be taken into account in the planning and implementation of development to be both acceptable and effective.

consideration of their knowledge and experience in the farming activities as well as the conditions of their local environment. Thus, the findings of this study may be helpful at various levels of decision making with regard to the development of climate change and environmental variability policies and.

Participatory action research (PAR) is an approach to research in communities that emphasizes participation and seeks to understand the world by trying to change it, collaboratively and following reflection. PAR emphasizes collective inquiry and .INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF classify various types of local knowledge so that it can be shared more widely.

These libraries could also • websites established by agricultural research institutes, making the latest information available to extension (knowledge) workers.Similarly, we emphasized on consensual decision making to decide the vital political issues after the popular movement, as a consequence the basic norms of democracy were frequently violated.