Gender relations are socially constructed. Space and culture are key factors in this process. We consider how women's identity is constructed in rural areas of Europe. In particular, we examine the ability of gender mainstreaming to advance gender equality through the EU Rural Development Programme – the single most expensive European policy. We offer both overarching theoretical perspectives and specific case studies.
|Journal||Gender, Place & Culture : a Journal of Feminist Geography|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- conflicting goals
- farming women
- gender mainstreaming