Farm Women

Farm Women

Rosenfeld argues that farm women have rarely been identified as productive farm workers and that they continue to be seen only as mothers and homemakers. She shows that in addition to performing a wide range of farm work, these women in fact help ensure the farm's economic survival by contributing wages from outside employment. She raises questions about government policy and stresses the need for study in both industrialized and development societies.

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (October 01, 2017)

Collection: UNC Institute for Research in the Social Sciences

Page count: 368 pages

Language: English


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