Woman's Role in Economic Development
A documented investigation into what happens to women in the process of economic and social growth throughout the Third World. Covering the situation in Africa, Latin America and Asia, Boserup considers the role of women in the development and modernization of poor countries in terms of topics such as land rights, employment, land rights, industrialization and marriage systems.
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Male and Female Farming Systems
5 Women in a Mens World
from the Hut to the Factory
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accept activities additional Administration adult women Africa agricultural animal Arab areas Asia Asian become cent Chapter clerical communities construction continue crops cultivation developing countries DISTRIBUTION domestic services earnings East economic economic development employed Employees family aids employment European family aids Total farming female FEMALE LABOUR fields Figure girls given hand higher husband important Including income increase India industries labour force land Latin America less living male married mentioned migration Mining modern sector occupations own-account workers pattern Percentage of women persons population Private production Professions proportion regions relatively result role rural sample schools seems shifting showed South stage subsistence Table teachers tion towns trade traditional transport UNIVERSITY urban usually village wages wife wives workers and Employees young
Gender Planning and Development: Theory, Practice and Training
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Riane Tennenhaus Eisler
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