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|Title||:||Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Development|
|Number of Pages||:||256|
|Category||:||Feminism, Environment, Non fiction, Ecology, Economics, Gender|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Development Vandana Shiva is one of the world s most prominent radical scientists In Staying Alive she defines the links between ecological crises colonialism and the oppression of women It is a scholarly and polemical plea for the rediscovery of the feminine principle in human interaction with the natural world not as a gender based quality rather an organizing principle a way of seeing the world the Guardian .
In this pioneering work Vandana Shiva looks at the history of development and progress stripping away the neutral language of science to reveal third world development policy as the global twin of the industrial revolution .
As Shiva makes clear the way this development paradigm is being implemented through violence against nature and women threatens survival itself She focuses on how rural Indian women experience and perceive the causes and effects of ecological destruction and how they conceive of and initiate processes to stop the destruction and begin regeneration As the world continues to follow destructive paths of development Shiva s Staying Alive is a fiercely relevant book that positions women not solely as survivors of the crisis but as the source of crucial insights and visions to guide our struggle .
Vandana Shiva is the author of many books including Staying Alive Earth Democracy and Soil Not Oil She is a leader in the International Forum on Globalization IFG and the Slow Food movement