Rural women discovered: new sources of capital and labor in Bangladesh, Issue 105
Florence E. McCarthy, Shelley Feldman, Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development
Women in International Development, Michigan State University, 1985 - Bangladesh - 23 pages
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