motherhood .” International Journal of Children's Rights 16 ( 2008 ): 177 – 194 . 10.1163/157181808X301773 Cairns , Kate . 2018a . “ Beyond magic carrots: Garden pedagogies and the rhetoric of effects .” Harvard Educational Review 88 ( 4 ): 516
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Eleanor Sterling, Tamara Ticktin, Tē Kipa Kepa Morgan, Georgina Cullman, Diana Alvira, Pelika Andrade, Nadia Bergamini, Erin Betley, Kate Burrows, Sophie Caillon, Joachim Claudet, Rachel Dacks, Pablo Eyzaguirre, Chris Filardi, Nadav Gazit, Christian Giardina, Stacy Jupiter, Kealohanuiopuna Kinney, Joe McCarter, Manuel Mejia, Kanoe Morishige, Jennifer Newell, Lihla Noori, John Parks, Pua’ala Pascua, Ashwin Ravikumar, Jamie Tanguay, Amanda Sigouin, Tina Stege, Mark Stege, and Alaka Wali
Measuring progress toward sustainability goals is a multifaceted task. International, regional, and national organizations and agencies seek to promote resilience and capacity for adaptation at local levels. However, their measurement systems may be poorly aligned with local contexts, cultures, and needs. Understanding how to build effective, culturally grounded measurement systems is a fundamental step toward supporting adaptive management and resilience in the face of environmental, social, and economic change. To identify patterns and inform future efforts, we review seven case studies and one framework regarding the development of culturally grounded indicator sets. Additionally, we explore ways to bridge locally relevant indicators and those of use at national and international levels. The process of identifying and setting criteria for appropriate indicators of resilience in social-ecological systems needs further documentation, discussion, and refinement, particularly regarding capturing feedbacks between biological and social-cultural elements of systems.
Kate Khatib, Margaret Killjoy, & Mike McGuire (2012) We Are Many. Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation. Edinburgh/San Francisco: AK Press, pp. 355, ISBN-13: 9781849351164.
David Graeber (2012) The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement. London: Allen Lane Press, pp. 352, ISBN: 9781846146633.
It is a common sense assumption to emphasise the leaderless, horizontal, networked and demandless nature of the Occupy movement of late 2011 (Penny 2011, Mason 2011, Castells 2012). Two recent publications - Laura Khatib’s We Are Many: Reflections on Movement Strategy – From Occupation to Liberation and David Graeber’s The Democracy Project - explore the role anarchists played inside of the Occupy movement of 2011.
Bernard B. Fyanka and Julaina A. Obika
and questions about kinship, belonging, relatedness, marriage, motherhood, hope, despair, and tragedy in the context of HIV/AIDS in Uganda. Using letters exchanged between the author and her main character, Kate, Mogensen constructs a narrative about
own way, a facet of this cooking style. In Gilân rice is consumed daily as kate . It is a simple and quick recipe. Once cleaned and rinsed, rice is poured into a quantity of cold water one and a half to two times its volume, then heated to a boil
Clinicians on the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic
hospitals, however, staff attempt to reach family members by phone or video chat to keep them informed. Kate, an ICU nurse in Madison, Wisconsin, said she has witnessed many last conversations between patients and their families. She said: ‘Our hospital did
Reconfiguring labor, kinship and relational obligation
Keir Martin, Ståle Wig, and Sylvia Yanagisako
. “ Comparing welfare states: Towards a gender friendly approach .” In Gendering Welfare States , ed. Diane Sainsbury , 101 – 117 . London : Sage . 10.4135/9781446250518.n7 Dench , Geoff , Kate Gavron , and Michael Young . 2006 . The new East
Moving beyond Migrants’ Rights
Sin Yee Koh
the country, the local citizen spouse may not be able to pass on his/her citizenship to their child. References Botterill , Kate . 2017 . “ Discordant Lifestyle Mobilities in East Asia: Privilege and Precarity of British Retirement in
Amelia Moore and Jerry K. Jacka
data. As Kate Sullivan details in “Documenting Sea Changes,” the relationships between the data producers and managers and oceanic governance poses challenging ethical questions in a time when oceans are under threat from climate change, acidification
Hegemony, Situational Selection and Counter Narratives at the Boundaries of Spain and Europe
rehabilitation and maintenance, and development. Because interactions between these spheres is ongoing, hegemony and social formation are never static but can be analysed instead as ‘discursive fields and social fields of force’ ( Roseberry 1996: 77 ). As Kate