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Agricultrices néorurales à l’épreuve de la séparation conjugale

Abstract : In the scientific literature, the perpetuation of male domination in agriculture can be examined through the prism of divorce in particular. Based on two case studies drawn from a press review (in the daily Ouest-France), this article proposes research questions regarding the roles played by different types of capital and by context effects in the atypical nature of women farmers who have separated from their spouses yet have remained at the head of the family farms. Unlike other counterurbanites, they seem to have succeeded in thwarting certain gender norms in agriculture, despite enduring male domination.
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Pierre Guillemin, Michaël Bermond. Agricultrices néorurales à l’épreuve de la séparation conjugale. Travail, genre et sociétés, L'Harmattan/La découverte, 2021, Agricultrices, 45 (1), pp.97-114. ⟨10.3917/tgs.045.0097⟩. ⟨hal-03210243⟩

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