Search results: 35,971 results (approx.)

1. 'The sea is our life'. Woman in the fishery sector of the Valencian Community.

Traditionally the role of women in fishing has gone largely unnoticed, but now in recent years there has been a growing interest about them. However, the task of identifying and quantifying the role played by women in fisheries has yet to be fully developed. This study tackles the role of women in...

Author(s) : Herrera-Racionero, P.; Lizcano, E.; Miret-Pastor, L.; Mascarell, Y.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Sociologia Ruralis 2021 Vol.61 No.1 pp.278-300 ref.many

2. Reporting on water diplomacy: does gender matter?

In media, donor reports and research articles that address gender and water management, the focus is usually on water supply and sanitation at household level or local management in the agricultural sector. Transboundary water governance, water diplomacy and conflict prevention at an interstate...

Author(s) : Sehring, J.; Horst, R. ter; Said, A.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.9-12

3. Sexual and reproductive health outcomes of violence against women and girls in lower-income countries: a review of reviews.

Gender-based violence (GBV) against women and girls is pervasive and has negative consequences for sexual and reproductive health (SRH). In this systematic review of reviews, we aimed to synthesize research about the SRH outcomes of GBV for adolescent girls and young women in low- and middle-income ...

Author(s) : Grose, R. G.; Chen, J. S.; Roof, K. A.; Rachel, S.; Yount, K. M.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Sex Research 2021 Vol.58 No.1 pp.1-20 ref.41

4. Women's well-being and household benefits from seaweed farming in Indonesia.

Seaweed production in Indonesia almost exclusively comes from community-based farming activities, yet the industry has expanded at an unprecedented rate since 2010 to position the country as the major producer. We explored community perceptions of seaweed farming in South Sulawesi, using a...

Author(s) : Larson, S.; Stoeckl, N.; Fachry, M. E.; Dalvi Mustafa, M.; Lapong, I.; Purnomo, A. H.; Rimmer, M. A.; Paul, N. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2021 Vol.530 ref.many

5. Exploring the experiences related to postpartum changes: perspectives of mothers and healthcare providers in Iran.

Background: Numerous changes occur in different aspects of women's lives in the postpartum period. Women's adjusting with problems and taking advantage of this opportunity can develop their personality. In this regard, accurate knowledge of their experiences and feelings is necessary to help them...

Author(s) : Asadi, M.; Noroozi, M.; Alavi, M.

Publisher : BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2021 Vol.21 No.7 ref.19

6. Online expression as Well-be(com)ing: a study of travel blogs on Nepal by Chinese female tourists.

Many Chinese female tourists' travel blogs depict Nepal as an undeveloped destination, while also describe it as a "land of happiness". This contradiction triggers the question: How can potential tourists interpret their well-being experience from these descriptions? This study concentrates on a...

Author(s) : Xu WenYue; Zhang XiaoMing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

7. "Why so few?": differential effects of framing the gender gap in stem recruitment interventions.

Interventions designed to increase women's participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines sometimes emphasize the STEM gender gap. Drawing upon optimal distinctiveness theory, we hypothesized that interventions overtly emphasizing women's minority status in...

Author(s) : Cowgill, C.; Halper, L.; Rios, K.; Crane, P.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Psychology of Women Quarterly 2021 Vol.45 No.1 pp.61-78 ref.many

8. Dodgeball: inadvertently teaching oppression in physical and health education.

Though students can learn a great deal about ethics as they play sport, the authors of this article ask what, exactly, they learn from playing dodgeball. As they look beyond the usual arguments offered for and against the teaching of the game, they view it through three ethical lenses: the ethic of ...

Author(s) : Butler, J.; Burns, D. P.; Robson, C.

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : European Physical Education Review 2021 Vol.27 No.1 pp.27-40 ref.many

9. Body-, eating-, and exercise-related social comparison behavior and disordered eating in college women in the U.S. and Iran: a cross-cultural comparison.

Wearing of the hijab is associated with lower eating disorder (ED) attitudes and behaviors in women. However, this potential buffering role of the hijab has been questioned in countries, such as Iran, where its wearing is compulsory. Further, cross-cultural comparisons between disordered eating...

Author(s) : Sahlan, R. N.; Saunders, J. F.; Fitzsimmons-Craft, E. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Eating Behaviors 2021 Vol.40

10. From hopelessness to some hope: a qualitative interpretive research project to improve birthing experiences in Jordan.

Background: Many women living in Middle Eastern countries report negative, dehumanising experiences of childbirth. Finding effective ways of changing maternity care to improve women's experience is needed but is challenging. Aim: This paper explores the potential strategies to improve birthing...

Author(s) : Hussein, S. A. A. A.; Dahlen, H. G.; Ogunsiji, O.; Schmied, V.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare 2021 Vol.27

11. Bisphenol A promotes autophagy in ovarian granulosa cells by inducing AMPK/mTOR/ULK1 signalling pathway.

Background: Bisphenol A (BPA) is a widespread endocrine-disrupting chemical with estrogen like effects, which could interfere with the human reproductive system by disrupting the normal function of granulosa cells (GCs) leading to abnormal ovarian function. However, the mechanism of its toxicity on ...

Author(s) : Lin MiaoLing; Hua Rui; Ma Jing; Zhou Yao; Li Pei; Xu Xiya; Yu ZhiQiang; Quan Song

Publisher : Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environment International 2021 Vol.147 ref.26

12. Multilevel analysis of the role of women's empowerment on use of contraceptive methods among married Cambodian women: evidence from demographic health surveys between 2005 and 2014.

Background: The use of contraceptives is an essential public health concept that improves overall safe motherhood and infant health. Women empowerment has been reported to influence health behaviors in women. With recent efforts to increase access to contraceptive methods, uptake of the same...

Author(s) : Nkoka, O.; Lee, D.; Chuang KunYang; Chuang YingChih

Publisher : BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : BMC Women's Health 2021 Vol.21 No.9 ref.many

13. Acute effects of dry extract of ginger on energy expenditure in eutrophic women: a randomized clinical trial.

Background & aims: The thermic effect of food (TEF) is one of the components of total energy expenditure (TEE). Some bioactive compounds present in food could be useful to increase TEE. In this context, ginger has been extensively used as a thermogenic food despite no clear effect has been...

Author(s) : Fagundes, G. B. P.; Rodrigues, A. M. dos S.; Martins, L. B.; Monteze, N. M.; Correia, M. I. T. D.; Teixeira, A. L.; Ferreira, A. V. M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Clinical Nutrition ESPEN 2021 Vol.41 pp.168-174 ref.38

14. Epidemiological profile of female firearm-related mortality.

The mortality rate of women due to firearms increases every day in Brazil and globally. This study aimed to evaluate the trends of firearm-related mortality in women from the years 2007 to 2016 in order to determine their profile and to associate these indicators with public policy and strategies...

Author(s) : Justino, D. C. P.; Costa, K. T. da S.; Andrade, F. B. de

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Medicine (Baltimore) 2021 Vol.100 No.2 ref.24


Search results: 35,971 results (approx.)

1. 'The sea is our life'. Woman in the fishery sector of the Valencian Community.

Traditionally the role of women in fishing has gone largely unnoticed, but now in recent years there has been a growing interest about them. However, the task of identifying and quantifying the role played by women in fisheries has yet to be fully developed. This study tackles the role of women in...

Author(s) : Herrera-Racionero, P.; Lizcano, E.; Miret-Pastor, L.; Mascarell, Y.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Sociologia Ruralis 2021 Vol.61 No.1 pp.278-300 ref.many

2. Reporting on water diplomacy: does gender matter?

In media, donor reports and research articles that address gender and water management, the focus is usually on water supply and sanitation at household level or local management in the agricultural sector. Transboundary water governance, water diplomacy and conflict prevention at an interstate...

Author(s) : Sehring, J.; Horst, R. ter; Said, A.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.9-12

3. Sexual and reproductive health outcomes of violence against women and girls in lower-income countries: a review of reviews.

Gender-based violence (GBV) against women and girls is pervasive and has negative consequences for sexual and reproductive health (SRH). In this systematic review of reviews, we aimed to synthesize research about the SRH outcomes of GBV for adolescent girls and young women in low- and middle-income ...

Author(s) : Grose, R. G.; Chen, J. S.; Roof, K. A.; Rachel, S.; Yount, K. M.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Sex Research 2021 Vol.58 No.1 pp.1-20 ref.41

4. Women's well-being and household benefits from seaweed farming in Indonesia.

Seaweed production in Indonesia almost exclusively comes from community-based farming activities, yet the industry has expanded at an unprecedented rate since 2010 to position the country as the major producer. We explored community perceptions of seaweed farming in South Sulawesi, using a...

Author(s) : Larson, S.; Stoeckl, N.; Fachry, M. E.; Dalvi Mustafa, M.; Lapong, I.; Purnomo, A. H.; Rimmer, M. A.; Paul, N. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2021 Vol.530 ref.many

5. Exploring the experiences related to postpartum changes: perspectives of mothers and healthcare providers in Iran.

Background: Numerous changes occur in different aspects of women's lives in the postpartum period. Women's adjusting with problems and taking advantage of this opportunity can develop their personality. In this regard, accurate knowledge of their experiences and feelings is necessary to help them...

Author(s) : Asadi, M.; Noroozi, M.; Alavi, M.

Publisher : BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2021 Vol.21 No.7 ref.19

6. Online expression as Well-be(com)ing: a study of travel blogs on Nepal by Chinese female tourists.

Many Chinese female tourists' travel blogs depict Nepal as an undeveloped destination, while also describe it as a "land of happiness". This contradiction triggers the question: How can potential tourists interpret their well-being experience from these descriptions? This study concentrates on a...

Author(s) : Xu WenYue; Zhang XiaoMing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

7. "Why so few?": differential effects of framing the gender gap in stem recruitment interventions.

Interventions designed to increase women's participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines sometimes emphasize the STEM gender gap. Drawing upon optimal distinctiveness theory, we hypothesized that interventions overtly emphasizing women's minority status in...

Author(s) : Cowgill, C.; Halper, L.; Rios, K.; Crane, P.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Psychology of Women Quarterly 2021 Vol.45 No.1 pp.61-78 ref.many

8. Dodgeball: inadvertently teaching oppression in physical and health education.

Though students can learn a great deal about ethics as they play sport, the authors of this article ask what, exactly, they learn from playing dodgeball. As they look beyond the usual arguments offered for and against the teaching of the game, they view it through three ethical lenses: the ethic of ...

Author(s) : Butler, J.; Burns, D. P.; Robson, C.

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : European Physical Education Review 2021 Vol.27 No.1 pp.27-40 ref.many

9. Body-, eating-, and exercise-related social comparison behavior and disordered eating in college women in the U.S. and Iran: a cross-cultural comparison.

Wearing of the hijab is associated with lower eating disorder (ED) attitudes and behaviors in women. However, this potential buffering role of the hijab has been questioned in countries, such as Iran, where its wearing is compulsory. Further, cross-cultural comparisons between disordered eating...

Author(s) : Sahlan, R. N.; Saunders, J. F.; Fitzsimmons-Craft, E. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Eating Behaviors 2021 Vol.40

10. From hopelessness to some hope: a qualitative interpretive research project to improve birthing experiences in Jordan.

Background: Many women living in Middle Eastern countries report negative, dehumanising experiences of childbirth. Finding effective ways of changing maternity care to improve women's experience is needed but is challenging. Aim: This paper explores the potential strategies to improve birthing...

Author(s) : Hussein, S. A. A. A.; Dahlen, H. G.; Ogunsiji, O.; Schmied, V.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare 2021 Vol.27

11. Bisphenol A promotes autophagy in ovarian granulosa cells by inducing AMPK/mTOR/ULK1 signalling pathway.

Background: Bisphenol A (BPA) is a widespread endocrine-disrupting chemical with estrogen like effects, which could interfere with the human reproductive system by disrupting the normal function of granulosa cells (GCs) leading to abnormal ovarian function. However, the mechanism of its toxicity on ...

Author(s) : Lin MiaoLing; Hua Rui; Ma Jing; Zhou Yao; Li Pei; Xu Xiya; Yu ZhiQiang; Quan Song

Publisher : Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environment International 2021 Vol.147 ref.26

12. Multilevel analysis of the role of women's empowerment on use of contraceptive methods among married Cambodian women: evidence from demographic health surveys between 2005 and 2014.

Background: The use of contraceptives is an essential public health concept that improves overall safe motherhood and infant health. Women empowerment has been reported to influence health behaviors in women. With recent efforts to increase access to contraceptive methods, uptake of the same...

Author(s) : Nkoka, O.; Lee, D.; Chuang KunYang; Chuang YingChih

Publisher : BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : BMC Women's Health 2021 Vol.21 No.9 ref.many

13. Acute effects of dry extract of ginger on energy expenditure in eutrophic women: a randomized clinical trial.

Background & aims: The thermic effect of food (TEF) is one of the components of total energy expenditure (TEE). Some bioactive compounds present in food could be useful to increase TEE. In this context, ginger has been extensively used as a thermogenic food despite no clear effect has been...

Author(s) : Fagundes, G. B. P.; Rodrigues, A. M. dos S.; Martins, L. B.; Monteze, N. M.; Correia, M. I. T. D.; Teixeira, A. L.; Ferreira, A. V. M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Clinical Nutrition ESPEN 2021 Vol.41 pp.168-174 ref.38

14. Epidemiological profile of female firearm-related mortality.

The mortality rate of women due to firearms increases every day in Brazil and globally. This study aimed to evaluate the trends of firearm-related mortality in women from the years 2007 to 2016 in order to determine their profile and to associate these indicators with public policy and strategies...

Author(s) : Justino, D. C. P.; Costa, K. T. da S.; Andrade, F. B. de

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Medicine (Baltimore) 2021 Vol.100 No.2 ref.24

15. Socioeconomic factors: effect on the commercialization of female farmers participating in a development program.

The development of entrepreneurship is one of the keys to rural poverty reduction in South Africa and the world at large. There is increasing deep concern about the worsening food security situation in several nations of the world. The onus is on the development of programs where not only men can...

Author(s) : Jonathan, I. E.; Idowu, O. O.

Publisher : College of Business, Tennessee State University, Nashville, USA

Journal article : Journal of Developing Areas 2021 Vol.55 No.1

16. Association between exposure of light rare earth elements and outcomes of in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer in North China.

The adverse health effects of rare earth elements (REEs) on reproductive health remain a subject of debate, and few clinical observations are available. This study investigated the association between light REEs (LREEs) exposure and the outcome of in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer (IVF-ET). We ...

Author(s) : Li MengShi; Zhuang LiLi; Zhang GuoHuan; Lan ChangXin; Yan LaiLai; Liang Rong; Hao CuiFang; Li ZhiWen; Zhang JingXu; Lu Qun; Wang Bin

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.762

17. Female genital mutilation (FGM): is it still an existing problem in Egypt?

Background: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is one of those traditional practices whose origin can be traced back to antiquity. The worst types of FGM are practiced in Sudan, Egypt and Nigeria. The international movement against FGM gained momentum in the past two decades, and attempts were made to ...

Author(s) : Elbendary, R. N.; Shokry, D. A.; Deeb, W. S.; Morsi, E. M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ireland, Shannon, Irish Republic

Journal article : Forensic Science International 2021 Vol.318

18. Associations between intimate partner violence and pregnancy complications: a cross-sectional study in India.

BACKGROUND: The high prevalence rates of violence of the intimate partner affects the maternal health of the woman that sometimes ends in maternal mortality as well as the possibility of an adverse effect on the newborn. The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence and determinants of...

Author(s) : Avanigadda, D. B.; Kulasekaran, R. A.

Publisher : Medknow Publications, Mumbai, India

Journal article : Journal of Family and Community Medicine 2021 Vol.28 No.1 pp.17-27 ref.48

19. Supporting female smallholders.

Author(s) : Adesugba, M.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : The sustainable intensification of smallholder farming systems 2021 pp.311-335 ref.many

20. Insomnia status of middle school students in Indonesia and its association with playing games before sleep: gender difference.

The excessive use of online gaming before sleep in adolescents could be a risk factor of sleep disorders such as insomnia. This study aimed to assess the association between playing online games before sleep and insomnia based on gender perspective among middle school students in Indonesia. This...

Author(s) : Gandaputra, S. A.; Waluyo, I.; Efendi, F.; Wang JiunYi

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.2 ref.60

21. Reflections on the intersection between gender and race in tourism.

This chapter suggests that the study of whiteness is one way in which gendered power relationships in tourism can be understood. This argument is supported with an analysis of two films which explore white female sex tourism to countries in the Global South. It is argued that the sources of power...

Author(s) : Chambers Donna

Book chapter : Tourism in development: reflective essays 2021 pp.233-244 ref.33

22. Relationship between mammographic findings and breast abnormalities in a Nigerian population.

Purpose: This study aims to describe the mammographic findings in a population of Nigerian women and to explore the relationships between abnormal mammographic findings, breast malignancy, and breast composition. Methodology: This was a retrospective study of consecutive mammograms carried out at...

Author(s) : Adedigba, J. A.; Idowu, B. M.; Hermans, S. P.; Ibitoye, B. O.; Pahwa, S.

Publisher : National Medical Association, Washington, USA

Journal article : Journal of the National Medical Association 2021 Vol.113 No.1 pp.77-87

23. Geospatial analysis of female fertility in Oman: do immigrant female domestic workers make a difference?

Despite the progress achieved in transformational development in socioeconomic domains, in Oman, like other Gulf Cooperation Council states, fertility rates are higher compared with those in other Middle East nations. Reproductive behaviour often varies geographically; consequently, analysing and...

Author(s) : Mansour, S.; Al-Awadhi, T.; Al-Nasiri, N.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Asian Population Studies 2021 Vol.17 No.1 pp.30-50 ref.45

24. Getting the measurement right! Quantifying time poverty and multitasking from childcare among mothers with children across different age groups in rural north India.

Existing research suggests that women spend a disproportionate amount of time on unpaid housework and childcare compared to men. However, there is a lack of empirical evidence on unequal time burdens due to childcare among women. This study analyses the quantum of time poverty and multitasking...

Author(s) : Laili Irani; Vidya Vemireddy

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Asian Population Studies 2021 Vol.17 No.1 pp.94-116 ref.95

25. Person-centred care for abortion services in private facilities to improve women's experiences in Kenya.

Globally, access to good quality abortion services and post-abortion care is a critical determinant for women's survival after unsafe abortion. Unsafe abortions account for high levels of maternal death in Kenya. We explored women's experiences and perceptions of their abortion and post-abortion...

Author(s) : Cotter Yu [Cotter, Y. S.]; Sudhinaraset, M.; Phillips, B.; Seefeld, C. A.; Mugwanga, Z.; Golub, G.; Ikiugu, E.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Culture, Health & Sexuality 2021 Vol.23 No.2 pp.224-239 ref.26