Scientific-Technological Change and the Role of Women in Development

By: D'ONOFRIO-FLORES, Pamela

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Scientific-Technological Change and the Role of Women in Development by D'ONOFRIO-FLORES, Pamela M. & PFAFFLIN, Sheila M. ed
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Westview Press, 1982. Hardcover. Ex-library, otherwise good. Scarce. Out of print. Part of the Westview Special Studies on Social, Political, and Economic Development series. Documents "...the ways in which women suffer from technological development in industrialized and developing countries and ...[assesses] how technological developments perpetuate inequalities between nations, regions, classes, and sexes". 206pp. ISBN 0865311455. 29382.

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