Group Title: Notes from the seminar series: the determinants and consequences of female-headed households, 1988-89
Title: Notes from the seminar series the determinants and consequences of female-headed households, 1988-89
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Title: Notes from the seminar series the determinants and consequences of female-headed households, 1988-89
Series Title: Notes from the seminar series: the determinants and consequences of female-headed households, 1988-89
Alternate Title: The Determinants and consequences of female-headed households
Physical Description: 4 v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: International Center for Research on Women
Publisher: International Center for Research on Women and the Population Council
Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1990
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Subject: Women heads of households -- Congresses -- Developing countries   ( lcsh )
Fatherless families -- Congresses -- Developing countries   ( lcsh )
Women in development -- Congresses   ( lcsh )
Single-parent families -- Congresses -- Developing countries   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: compiled and edited by Lisa McGowan.
General Note: V. 1 Notes from Seminar I, entitled Concepts and classifications of female headed households: implications and applications for national statistics, draft notes.--v. 2 Notes from Seminar II, entitled Consequences of female headship and female maintenance, draft notes.-- v. 3 Notes from Seminar III, entitled Determinants of households headed or maintained by women: considerations of the lifecycle.--v. 4 Notes from Seminar IV, entitled Family structure, female headship and poverty in developing countries: issues for the 1990s.
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*Nancy Folbre. Discussant.
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eHoma Hoodfar. "Cairo Family Structure: The Emergence of Female Headship and
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*Devaki Jain. "Women and Their Households-- The Importance of Women in Macro
Policies."


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