Women's work and women's roles : economics and everyday life in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore
Early observers of Southeast Asian societies frequently commented upon the varied and disparate nature of women's work, and upon the authority and power which resulted from women's active participation in the economy. Undoubtedly women in some situations enjoyed far fewer restriction than did their comerpart in the homelands of their colonial rulers. The authors of this monograph have examined the roles of women, past and present, in a variety of societies, in Indonesia Malaysia and Singapore....[Show more]
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