Gender dimensions of resource extraction : the place of women
Mayes, Robyn (2014) Gender dimensions of resource extraction : the place of women. In Brueckner, Martin, Durey, Angela, Mayes, Robyn, & Pforr, Christof (Eds.) Resource Curse or Cure? On the Sustainability of Development in Western Australia. Springer, Heidelberg, Germany, pp. 121-133.
This chapter examines two core dimensions of women’s gendered experiences of mining in Australia and more specifically in Western Australia (WA). First, the chapter explores what has been and continues to be women’s principal relationship to mining encapsulated in the social and cultural identity of the ‘mining wife’ and, more recently, ‘fly-in/fly-out (FIFO) wife’. Second, the chapter addresses the fraught emergence of women as mineworkers. As the research presented in this chapter makes clear, the human cost of developmentalism was and continues to be deeply gendered.
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