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Gender and Codes of Conduct: A Case Study From Horticulture in South Africa
Stakeholder participation, gender, and codes of conduct in South Africa
Ethical trade is expanding rapidly in the UK. Following the foundation of the Ethical Trading Initiative many companies are adopting codes of conduct to cover employment conditions in their supply… Expand
Ethical Trade and South African Deciduous Fruit Exports – Addressing Gender Sensitivity
Ethical trade in exports from developing countries has come to the fore during the 1990s. South Africa is a major off-season deciduous fruit exporter to Europe, and most fruit producers supplying… Expand
Medicine & photography: a student selected component for second year medical students at barts and the london school of medicine and dentistry
CLINICAL AUDIT OF NHS AUDIOLOGY SERVICES IN SCOTLAND
Paternalism and gender in South African fruit employment: change and continuity.
- L. Orton, S. Barrientos, S. McClenaghan
- Economics, Sociology
- Women's studies international forum
- 1 May 2001
Abstract This article examines the changing nature of gendered paternalist employment relations on South African fruit farms. We suggest that in the past family employment—in which women were… Expand