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Author: Hamilton, Sarah, 1946-
Title: The two-headed household: gender and rural development in the Ecuadorean Andes
Publication Info: Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
Series: Pitt Latin American series, University of Pittsburgh Press, University of Pittsburgh

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Print source: The two-headed household gender and rural development in the Ecuadorean Andes
Hamilton, Sarah, 1946-

Pittsburgh, Pa: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1998

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Subject terms:
Indian women--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló--Economic conditions.
Indian women--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló--Social conditions.
Indians of South America--Agriculture--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló.
Rural development--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló.
Sex role--Economic aspects--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló.
Sex discrimination against women--Ecuador--Hacienda Chanchaló.
Hacienda Chanchaló (Ecuador)--Economic conditions.
Latin America