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Women, Ecology and Culture - Gabriele Dietrich (Reflections on the women's movement in India)

Particiaptory Exclusions, Community Forestry and Gender : An analysis for South Asia and Conceptual Framework - Bina Agarwal (World Development vol. 29, no. 10, pp. 1623-1648,2001. Published By Elsevier Science Limited)

Environmaental Management, Equity and Ecofeminism : Debating India 's Experience - Bina Agarwal (Journal of Peasant Studies, vol. 25, No. 4, July 1998, pp. 55-95. Published By Frank Cass London)

Home and The World : Revisiting Violence - Bina Agarwal and Pradeep Panda (Published in The Indian Express, August 7, 2003)

The Hidden Side of Group Behaviour : A Gender Analysis of Community Forestry in South Asia - Bina Agarawal (Group Behaviour and Development: Is The Market DestroyIng Co-Operation? ; Oxford University Press)

Editorial : Re-Sounding The Alert - Gender Resources and Community Action - Bina Agarwal ( Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India)

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Gender and Land Rights Revisited : Exploring New Prospects Via The State, Family and Market - Bina Agarwal (Journal of Agrarian Change, Vol 3 Nos. 1 & 2, January and April 2003, Pp.184-224.Blackwell PublishIng Ltd.)

Energy Flow Through An Apatani Village Ecosystem of Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India - Anil Kumar and P.S. Ramakrishnan (Human Ecology, Vol. 18, No. 3, 1990)