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Log in through your institution. This paper presents a masculine perspective of the roles and problems for women in forestry research. It identifies common misconceptions about female characteristics that have led to societal categorization; the view that "gender issues" are synonymous with "female issues" has ignored the fact that gender issues strictly concern relations between men and women.
The paper calls for greater recognition of the need to resolve these issues in order to obtain a more equitable place and voice for women in forestry and forest research and to achieve truly sustainable forest management. The advantages and disadvantages of networks, especially for women, are considered; as a preferable alternative to a network composed solely of women, a Research Group on Gender and Forestry has been established by the International Union of Forest Research Organizations with the main objective of developing and disseminating knowledge of how management and use of forest resources affect and are affected by gender.
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