Flora Hajdu
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Learning from young people about their lives: Using participatory methods to research the impacts of AIDS in southern Africa
N Ansell, E Robson, F Hajdu, L van Blerk
Children's Geographies 10 (2), 169-186, 2012
672012
Local worlds: rural livelihood strategies in Eastern Cape, South Africa
F Hajdu
Linköping University Electronic Press, 2006
532006
Reconceptualising temporality in young lives: exploring young people's current and future livelihoods in AIDS‐affected southern Africa
N Ansell, F Hajdu, L van Blerk, E Robson
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (3), 387-401, 2014
372014
Spaces, times, and critical moments: a relational time–space analysis of the impacts of AIDS on rural youth in Malawi and Lesotho
N Ansell, L van Blerk, F Hajdu, E Robson
Environment and planning A 43 (3), 525-544, 2011
362011
Does raising maize yields lead to poverty reduction? A case study of the Massive Food Production Programme in South Africa
K Fischer, F Hajdu
Land Use Policy 46, 304-313, 2015
302015
The new variant famine hypothesis: moving beyond the household in exploring links between AIDS and food insecurity in southern Africa
N Ansell, E Robson, F Hajdu, L van Blerk, L Chipeta
Progress in Development Studies 9 (3), 187-207, 2009
302009
Rural young people's opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship in globalised southern Africa: the limitations of targeting policies
F Hajdu, N Ansell, E Robson, L Van Blerk
International Development Planning Review 35 (2), 155-175, 2013
242013
Relying on jobs instead of the environment? Patterns of local securities in rural Eastern Cape, South Africa
F Hajdu
Social dynamics 31 (1), 235-260, 2005
212005
Income‐generating activities for young people in southern Africa: Exploring AIDS and other constraints
F Hajdu, N Ansell, E Robson, L Van Blerk, L Chipeta
The Geographical Journal 177 (3), 251-263, 2011
202011
Questioning the use of ‘degradation’in climate mitigation: A case study of a forest carbon CDM project in Uganda
F Hajdu, O Penje, K Fischer
Land use policy 59, 412-422, 2016
192016
Women’s changing domestic responsibilities in neoliberal Africa: a relational time-space analysis of Lesotho’s garment industry
N Ansell, S Tsoeu, F Hajdu
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (3), 363-382, 2015
172015
Youth policy, neoliberalism and transnational governmentality: a case study of Lesotho and Malawi
N Ansell, F Hajdu, E Robson, L Van Blerk, E Marandet
Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth, 43-60, 2012
172012
But tractors can’t fly
F Hajdu, K Jacobson, L Salomonsson, E Friman
152012
AIDS-affected young people’s access to livelihood assets: Exploring ‘new variant famine’in rural southern Africa
N Ansell, F Hajdu, L van Blerk, E Robson
Journal of Rural Studies 46, 23-34, 2016
142016
Conjuring ‘Win-World’–resilient development narratives in a large-scale agro-investment in Tanzania
L Engström, F Hajdu
The Journal of Development Studies 55 (6), 1201-1220, 2019
132019
“My happiest time” or “my saddest time”? The spatial and generational construction of marriage among youth in rural Malawi and Lesotho
N Ansell, F Hajdu, L van Blerk, E Robson
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 43 (2), 184-199, 2018
132018
Problems, causes and solutions in the forest carbon discourse: a framework for analysing degradation narratives
F Hajdu, K Fischer
Climate and Development 9 (6), 537-547, 2017
112017
Socio-economic causes of food insecurity in Malawi
F Hajdu, F Hadju, N Ansell, E Robson, L van Blerk, L Chipeta
The Society of Malawi Journal 62 (2), 6-18, 2009
92009
The importance of the will to improve: how ‘sustainability’sidelined local livelihoods in a carbon-forestry investment in Uganda
K Fischer, F Hajdu
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 20 (3), 328-341, 2018
82018
Questioning homogenous degradation narratives in Transkei: Livelihoods and natural resource use in two Pondoland villages
F Hajdu
Rethinking the Wild Coast, South Africa Eco-frontiers vs livelihoods in …, 2009
82009
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