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Textile Workers in Brazil and Argentina: A Study of the Interrelationships Between Work and Households (Paperback)
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Textile Workers in Brazil and Argentina: A Study of the Interrelationships Between Work and Households (Paperback)

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Paperback 322 Pages / Published: 01/12/1991
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The two studies presented here investigate how structural changes in industrialization in developing countries influence changes in relationships within households: in particular, how the distribution of power between men and women and between age groups within the domestic unit are affected. Among the policy implications arising from this study is the need for policy makers to consider how new technologies affect the quality of work and life among different occupational categories, particularly among low-level industrial workers and between genders.

Publisher: United Nations University
ISBN: 9789280807530
Number of pages: 322
Dimensions: 235 x 160 mm

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