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Pashington Obeng: Wellesley College
Chapter 1 in Rural Women’s Power in South Asia, 2014, pp 1-15 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Over the past two decades in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan, economic expansion and rapid changes in industrial, agricultural, and information technology have led to a reconstitution of these countries’ social hierarchies, a reconstitution that has also affected class, caste, and (particularly germane to this study) gendered divisions of labor in the rural communities of South Asia.
Keywords: Rural Woman; Social Hierarchy; Pakistani Woman; Senior Woman; Informal Economic Activity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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