Lia Bryant
Lia Bryant
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TitleCited byYear
The detraditionalization of occupational identities in farming in South Australia
L Bryant
Sociologia ruralis 39 (2), 236-261, 1999
1861999
Gender and rurality
L Bryant, B Pini
Routledge, 2010
1752010
Gender, class and rurality: Australian case studies
L Bryant, B Pini
Journal of Rural Studies 25 (1), 48-57, 2009
792009
The fallen hero: masculinity, shame and farmer suicide in Australia
L Bryant, B Garnham
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (1), 67-82, 2015
572015
Exploring the gendering of space by using memory work as a reflexive research method
L Bryant, M Livholts
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 6 (3), 29-44, 2007
392007
Social aspects of the farm financial crisis
L Bryant
Agriculture, environment and society: contemporary issues for Australia …, 1992
391992
Sexuality, rurality, and geography
A Annes, J Björklund, K Browne, M Detamore, LTE Eaves, C Gibson, ...
Lexington Books, 2012
382012
Economies, ethics and emotions: Farmer distress within the moral economy of agribusiness
L Bryant, B Garnham
Journal of Rural Studies 34, 304-312, 2014
332014
Gender, embodiment and place: The gendering of skills shortages in the Australian mining and food and beverage processing industries
L Bryant, K Jaworski
Human Relations 64 (10), 1345-1367, 2011
322011
Towards an understanding of gender and capital in constituting biotechnologies in agriculture
L Bryant, B Pini
Sociologia Ruralis 46 (4), 261-279, 2006
242006
Beyond discourses of drought: The micro-politics of the wine industry and farmer distress
L Bryant, B Garnham
Journal of Rural Studies 32, 1-9, 2013
232013
Experiencing and writing Indigeneity, rurality and gender: Australian reflections
B Ramzan, B Pini, L Bryant
Journal of Rural Studies 25 (4), 435-443, 2009
212009
Marking the occupational body: Young women and men seeking careers in agriculture
L Bryant
Rural Society 16 (1), 62-79, 2006
212006
The embodiment of women in wine: Gender inequality and gendered inscriptions of the working body in a corporate wine organization
L Bryant, B Garnham
Gender, Work & Organization 21 (5), 411-426, 2014
202014
Computers on the Farm: farmers' usage patterns and impact on farm management
DL Bryant
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), Canberra ACT, 1999
191999
How can the intersections between gender, class, and sexuality be translated to an empirical agenda?
L Bryant, E Hoon
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 5 (1), 67-79, 2006
182006
Gendered bodies, gendered knowledges: Information technology in everyday farming
L Bryant
Social Science Computer Review 21 (4), 464-474, 2003
182003
Problematising the suicides of older male farmers: Subjective, social and cultural considerations
B Garnham, L Bryant
Sociologia ruralis 54 (2), 227-240, 2014
172014
The resettlement process of displaced farm familites: a study of 12 families from Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
L Bryant
Technical Paper-Department of Agriculture South Australia (Australia), 1989
151989
Tele-social work and mental health in rural and remote communities in Australia
L Bryant, B Garnham, D Tedmanson, S Diamandi
International Social Work 61 (1), 143-155, 2018
142018
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