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Alternative livelihoods in a coastal village
- This study presents a gendered case study of landless and low-income dwellers in a coastal community whose lives depend not only on fishing but a variety of income-generating activities. It looks into the possibilities of how a group of people living in a coastal environment does not necessarily have to depend on fishing as the only source of living. It also examines the gender division of labor manifested in household, income-generating and community activities. Results showed that men and women indulge in various income-generating occupations, which are either predominantly male or female.
- Gender 
Mabunay, Ma. L.
- Conference Paper