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Gender differences in consumers' acceptance of genetically modified foods
Research has shown that women are less accepting of genetically engineered products than men. We expect two mechanisms to be at work here. First, in consumer behaviour theory, more knowledge isExpand
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Sustainability: a gender studies perspective*
*A former version of this article was commissioned to the Dutch projectGroup on sustainable development: Dutilh, C.E. & Casimir, G.J. (2002)Gender and sustainable development. A contribution to theExpand
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The impact of telecommuting on the division of labour in the domestic setting
When people start working at home, it is plausible that the division of labour within the home will change, in particular the division between men and women. Gerda Casimir studied these changes, byExpand
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In-Service Training in the NIVO-Project in The Netherlands
The Dutch NIVO-project is run jointly by the Dutch government, three computer manufacturers (Philips, IBM and Tulip Computers) and the four co-ordinating educational organisations. Its objective isExpand
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[Prevention of asthma in children].
  • G. Casimir
  • Medicine
  • Revue medicale de Bruxelles
  • 1 September 1996
The increased prevalence of asthma in children is mostly determined by environmental factors such as allergen exposure, viral infections, passive tobacco smoking, air pollution ... The control of theExpand
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