Gender, Household, State: Đổi Mới in Việt Nam
Jayne Susan Werner, Danièle Bélanger
Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2002 - History - 151 pages
A collection of essays addressing the state of women's lives in Viet Nam during doi moi, the period of economic market reforms that characterized the nation in the 1990s. These fascinating and varied essays illuminate women's daily lives as they are shaped by culture, economics, and traditional ideals.
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