Economic activities of women in rural Java : are the data adequate?
The main focus of this paper is on the relative merits of macro and micro data in providing realistic and reliable information on the economic activities of women in rural Java. The two types of data would seem to have a symbiotic relationship: large-scale surveys tend to provide a simplified view of complex realities, and village studies can demonstrate where over-simplification occurs, thus acting as an impulse to the generation of increasingly more useful census and survey data. On the other...[Show more]
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