A network for women involved in dairying
This report discusses the importance of recognising the actual activities and varied roles of women in dairying in New Zealand rather than traditional perceptions. It describes the advantages of increasing their participation in decision making for both their farming business and the dairy industry. It suggests barriers that could be preventing fully utilising their contribution and considers how leadership opportunities could be implemented using skills from different perspectives. It discusses examples of establishing networks for women in dairying and the consequent benefits for both the women involved and the dairy industry.... [Show full abstract]
Fields of Research070106 Farm Management, Rural Management and Agribusiness; 160804 Rural Sociology
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