Gender and land rights in Mexico: A case study from Southern Veracruz

@article{Garcia1997GenderAL,
  title={Gender and land rights in Mexico: A case study from Southern Veracruz},
  author={V. García},
  journal={Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-21}
}
  • V. García
  • Published 1997
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research
Abstract Women's rights to land and participation in land distribution processes in rural Mexico have not been seriously documented. Most studies focusing on forms of land ownership and peasant organisation in the country see the peasantry as a homogeneous category or emphasize class divisions only.1 This is also true for Latin America as a whole. Except for the series of papers contained in the book edited by Carmen Deere and Magdalena Leon de Leal2 and a handful of independent articles… Expand
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