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Labor Substitution in Philippine Rice Farming Systems: An Analysis of Gender Work Roles

S. J. Tisch and T. R. Paris (1994) Rural Sociology Volume 59 Issue 3, Pages 497 – 514 The effect of rice technology adoption on gender work roles of husbands and wives is examined in two rice ecosystems in the Philippines. Technology use is likely to be less … Continue reading

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Gender roles in rice farming systems in the Mekong River Delta: An exploratory study

Truong Thi Ngoc Chi, 1 Nguyen Thi Khoa, 1 Bui Thi Thanh Tam, 1 and T.R. Paris 2 1 Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute, Omon, Cantho, Vietnam;2 International Rice Research Institute. P.O. Box 933, Manila 1099, Philippines. G.L. Denning … Continue reading

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