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Books and Policy Reports

Books
McDonagh, J., Varley, T. and S. Shortall 2007 (eds.) A Living Countryside? The Politics of Sustainable Development in Rural Ireland Aldershot: Ashgate

Bock, B. and S. Shortall 2006 (eds.), Rural gender relations: issues and case studies, London: CAB International
Shortall, S. (1999) Gender and Power - Women and Farming London, Macmillan Press
Policy Reports:

Shortall, S. and S. Porter (2006) Health and Safety on Farms: A Policy Report. The Health and Safety Executive, Belfast.

Shortall, S. (2003) Women in Rural Areas: A Policy Discussion Document. The Rural Community Network NI, Cookstown.

Shortall, S. (2002) The role women play in sustainable agriculture and rural development in Northern Ireland. Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations, Rome. Reference: ECA: WPW/02/CASE NORTHERN IRELAND W/X0000/e

Shortall, S. and R. Kelly (2001) Gender Proofing CAP Reforms. The Rural Community Network NI, Cookstown.

Shortall, S. (2000) Equality Proofing CAP Reform: Pilot Report and Recommendations. Gibson Institute for Land, Food and Environment, Queens University of Belfast

Shortall, S. (1993) Education and Training Policies for Economic and Social Development NESC Report no 95 Contributor and editor.

Hannan, D. and S. Shortall (1991) Five Years After School: Labour Market and Life Experience of Second-level Leavers ESRI General Research Series.Paper No. 153 Dublin, ESRI.

Refereed Journal Articles
Pini, B. and S. Shortall (2006) Gender equality in agriculture: Examining state intervention in Australia and Northern Ireland Social Policy and Society Vol. 5 No. 2

Shortall, S. (2005) Politics, Gender and the Farmyard Canadian Woman Studies Vol. 24 No. 4
(2004) Exclusion Zones: Inadequate Resources & Civic Rights in Rural Areas Sociologia Ruralis Vol. 44 No 1 pp. 40-42

(2004) Social or economic goals, civic inclusion or exclusion? An analysis of rural development theory and practice. Sociologia Ruralis Vol. 44 No. 1 pp. 110-124

(2004) The Broad and Narrow: Case Studies and International Perspectives on Rural Womens Research Rural Society Vol. 14 No. 2 (pages numbers not yet available)

(2004) Time to re-think rural development? EuroChoices Vol. 3 No. 2 (page numbers not yet available)

(2002) Gendered agricultural and rural restructuring: a case study of Northern Ireland Sociologia Ruralis Vol. 42 No. 2 pp.160-176

Kelly, R. and S.Shortall (2002) Farmers Wives: Women who are off-farm breadwinners & the implications for on-farm gender relations Journal of Sociology Volume 38, No. 4 pp.327-343

(2001) Women in the field: women, farming and organisations Gender, Work and Organisation Vol. 8 No. 2 pp. 164-182

Shortall, S. and M. Shucksmith (2001) Rural Development in Practice: Issues arising in Scotland and Northern Ireland Community Development Journal Vol. 36 No.2 pp. 122-134

(2000) In and Out of the Milking Parlour: A Cross-National Comparison of Gender, the Dairy Industry and the State Womens Studies International Forum Vol. 23 No. 2 pp. 247-257

(1998) Introduction: Women and farming. Special Issue of Sociologia Ruralis on Women and Farming, December Vol. 38 No. 3 p.263-265.

Shortall, S. and M.Shucksmith (1998) Integrated Rural Development: Issues arising from the Scottish Experience European Planning Studies Vol. 6 No. 1 pp. 73-88

(1997) Women, Farming and Access to the Land Irish Journal of Sociology Vol. 7 pp. 111-118

(1996) Training to be Farmers or Wives? Agricultural Training for women in Northern Ireland Sociologia Ruralis Vol. 36 No. 3 pp 269-286

(1996) Employment programmes for women in rural areas in Northern Ireland Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics Vol. 44 No. 4 pp. 491-496

(1996) What are the New Approaches to Rural Development Economic and Social Review Vol. 27 No 3 Pp 286-305

(1994) The Irish Rural Development Paradigm - an Exploratory Analysis
Economic and Social Review Vol.25 no.3 pp.233-261.

(1994) Farm Women's Groups: Farming or Feminist or Community Groups, or New Social Movements? Sociology Vol.28 No.1 February 279-292

(1994) Farm Women's Groups: Farming or Feminist or Community Groups, or New Social Movements? Sociology Vol.28 No.1 February 279-292

(1993) Irish and Canadian Farm Women: Some Similarities, Differences and Comments The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology May 30:2. 172-191

(1992) Power Analysis and Farm Wives - An Empirical Study of the Power Relationships Affecting Women on Irish Farms Sociologia Ruralis vol. XXXII no. 4 431-452

(1992) The Dearth of Data on Irish Farm Wives: A Critical Review of the Literature The Economic and Social Review, vol.22, no.4 311-322.

Book Chapters
Shortall, S. (2006) Economic Status and Gender Roles. Pp. 340-355 in Bock, B. and S. Shortall 2006 (eds.), Rural gender relations: issues and case studies, London: CAB International

Shortall S. (2006), Gender and Farming: an Overview pp. 21-30 in Bock, B. and S. Shortall (eds.), Rural gender relations: issues and case studies, London: CAB International

Shortall S. (2006), Gender and Rural Politics: an Overview pp. 243-251 in Bock, B. and S. Shortall (eds.), Rural gender relations: issues and case studies, London: CAB International

Shortall S. (2006), Conclusions future directions pp. 405-413 in Bock, B. and S. Shortall (eds.), Rural gender relations: issues and case studies, London: CAB International

Shortall, S. (2005) Political Climate and Gender Relations: Northern Ireland Politics and Farm Women in Little, J. and C. Morris (2005) Critical Studies in rural Gender Issues Ashgate, Aldershot

Shortall, S. (2002) European policy and gender relations: A case study of Northern Ireland. Pp. 263-279 in The New Challenge of Womens Role in Rural Europe sponsored by the European Commission. Published by the Agricultural Research Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus.

OConnor P. and Shortall, S. (1999) Does the border make the difference? Variations in womens paid employment, North and South. Pp285-318 in Breen, R., Heath A., and C. T. Whelan (Eds.) Irish Society North and South Oxford, Oxford University Press

Shortall, S. (1999) State mediation of gender relations in farming Gender, Farming and Change: Examples from Northern Ireland, Canada and Norway. In Kasimis, C. (ed.) Local Responses to Global Integration Hampshire, Ashgate Press

Davis, J. and S. Shortall (1999) Towards a brave liberal world? Living with European policies. Pp182-216 in Davis, J. (ed.) Rural Change in Ireland Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies

Shortall, S. (1997) Gender, Power and Farming: Northern Ireland, Canada and Norway Compared. In Leonard, M. and A. Byrne (eds.) Gender in Irish Society: A Sociological Profile Belfast, Beyond the Pale Publications

Shortall, S. and J. Bryden (1997) Consequences for the Rural Economy and Society. In Ehrensaft, P. (ed.) Rural Restructuring - Future Prospects Canada, Brandon University Press.

Osborne R., A. Gallagher, R. Cormack and Shortall, S. (1996) The Implications of the Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment Guidelines in Northern Ireland. In Eds. McLaughlin, E. and P. Quirk, Policy Aspects of Employment Equality in Northern Ireland The Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights, Belfast

Shortall, S. (1994) Farm Women in Europe - Future Research Issues in Bryden J (ed.) Towards Sustainable Rural Communities Canada, University of Guelph Pp. 93-105

Breen, R. with S. Shortall (1992) The Exchequer Costs of Unemployment Among Unqualified Labour Market Participants pp. 155-186 in Bradley, J. and J. Fitzgerald (eds.) The Role of The Structural Funds: Analysis of the Consequences for Ireland in the Context of 1992 ESRI Policy Research Series No. 13 Dublin, ESRI

Other Publications
Shortall, S. (2004) The family farm- but who owns the land? The Irish Independent February 3rd.

Shortall, S. (2004) Gender aspects of the Common Agricultural Policy. Pp. 37-40 in Konecny, M. (ed) EU Accession and Agriculture: Making CAP work for people and the environment Friends of the Earth Europe, Brussels.

Shortall, S. (2004) Examining Rural Development Practice from a Gender Perspective pp.77-80 in Konecny, M. (ed) EU Accession and Agriculture: Making CAP work for people and the environment Friends of the Earth Europe, Brussels.

Shortall, S. (2003) Hawthorne Effect in R. Miller and J Brewer (eds.)A-Z of Social Research, London: Sage.

Shortall, S. (2003) Participatory Action Research in R. Miller and J Brewer (eds.)A-Z of Social Research, London: Sage.

Shortall, S. (2003).Agriculture.In The Encyclopedia of Ireland.Yale University Press in association with Gill and Macmillan.

Shortall, S. (2003).Common agricultural policy.In The Encyclopedia of Ireland.US: Yale University Press in association with Gill and Macmillan.

Shortall, S. (2003).LEADER.In The Encyclopedia of Ireland.Yale University Press in association with Gill and Macmillan.

Shortall, S. (2003).Rural Development.In The Encyclopedia of Ireland. Yale University Press in association with Gill and Macmillan.

Shortall, S. (2003).Save the West Movement.In The Encyclopedia of Ireland.Yale University Press in association with Gill and Macmillan.

Shortall, S. (2002) Comparing case studies of farm women across national boundaries. In Alston, M. (ed) Setting the Agenda for Rural Women: Research Directions. Centre for Rural Research, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

Shortall, S. (1997) Book review. Commins, P. and B. Mernagh (1997) In From The Margins: Social Exclusion in the Periphery Dublin: SICCDA Irish Journal of Sociology Vol. 7 pp. 134-138

Shortall, S. (1996) New Approaches to Rural Development Network News Winter Number 18

Shortall, S. (1995) The Dilemma of Agricultural Training and Women in Agrarian Questions: The Politics of Farming 1995: Proceedings Wageningen: Wageningen Agricultural University

Shortall, S. (1995) Rural Development in Northern Ireland in Rural Society and Emigration - What the future Holds Proceedings of Skibbereen Annual Conference

Shortall, S. (1994) Women for the Survival of Agriculture Network News No.11 July pp.24-26.

Shortall, S. (1994) Making Some Noise in South Down Network News No. 11 July. 30-33.

Shortall, S. (1994) Rural Development in the Future. ARRG Working Paper Series, Brandon University, Manitoba

Shortall, S. (1994) Women for the Survival of Agriculture Network News No.11 July pp.24-26.

Shortall, S. (1994) Making Some Noise in South Down Network News No. 11 July. 30-33.

Shortall, S. (1992) Rural Development in the Republic of Ireland: An Overview in the Challenge for Rural Manufacturing and Services ARRG Working Paper Series No.3. Canada, Brandon University Development Institute