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close this bookWomen, Households and Change (UNU; 1991; 241 pages)
View the documentNote to the reader from the UNU
View the documentForeword
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View the documentThe household, gender, and age project
View the documentHousehold and gender in a life-course perspective
Open this folder and view contentsWomen and households in a changing world
Open this folder and view contentsThe demographic transition in Colombia
Open this folder and view contentsTextile workers in Brazil and Argentina: work and household behaviour by gender and age
Open this folder and view contentsDeterminants of women's employment in Chile: a life-history approach
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Women, Households and Change

Edited by
Eleonora Masini and Susan Stratigos


┬ęThe United Nations University, 1991
The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations University.

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ISBN 92-808-0766-5
United Nations Sales No. E.91.III.A.3
04500 P

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