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Femmes et développement local : analyse socio-anthropologique de l'organisation foncière au Niger : le cas de la région de Tillabéry

Abstract : The land one is regarded as a total social fact made up at the same time by the ground and the natural resources which are directly attached there, and by the unit of the relations between individuals and groups for the appropriation and the use of these resources. It seems support and capital intervening in the production with a dimension religious and cultural. In Niger, women and men have roles and tasks perfectly defined in the distribution of the goods and services. The control of the resources follows the same models, founded on discrimination between the sexes. Even when the women widen their activities, the traditions which limit their control of the resources remain unchanged, especially in agriculture. The important participation of the women in the agricultural production and the marketing of the agricultural produce is not accompanied by a guarantee of the rights of access and of control of the productive resources. These rights are defined on the whole by the institutions of relationship based on the men, resulting from patriarchal ideologies. So in the patrilineal cultures or matriliéaires, the men decide family allocation of resources
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Issoufou Oumarou. Femmes et développement local : analyse socio-anthropologique de l'organisation foncière au Niger : le cas de la région de Tillabéry. Sociologie. Université Rennes 2, 2008. Français. ⟨tel-00268039⟩

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