FEMINIST METHODS: WOMEN, TRADITIONAL HEALTH KNOWLEDGE AND ETHNOVETERINARY.
Lans, Cheryl and Niels Röling.
St. Augustine, Trinidad: University of the West Indies: Centre for Gender and Development Studies, (Working Paper Series, No. 3), 1998. First edition 34p., map, bibl., wrps New Paperback 9766200998 "Feminist methodology and methods were used in documenting Trinidad and Tobago's ethnoveterinary medicine. The resarch revealed that (6) of the plants used in Trinidad and Tobago ethnoveterinary medicine for reproductive purposes come directly from human folk medicine and women's knowledge". Includes notes (Item ID: 106998)