The impact of male out-migration on women in farming

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The impact of male out-migration on women in farming
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Kumarian Press case studies series
Palmer, Ingrid
Population Council
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West Hartford Conn
Kumarian Press
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Women in agriculture -- Developing countries ( lcsh )
Migrant labor -- Developing countries ( lcsh )
Rural women -- Developing countries ( lcsh )
Migrant agricultural laborers' spouses -- Developing countries ( lcsh )
Femmes en agriculture -- Pays en voie de développement ( rvm )
Travailleurs migrants -- Pays en voie de développement ( rvm )
Femmes en milieu rural -- Pays en voie de développement ( rvm )
bibliography ( marcgt )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
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Bibliography: p. 76-78.
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Ingrid Palmer ; prepared under the auspices of the Population Council.

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Earnings in south IfriFn are large sonpred uith f~ir msoioe. ~ut snell bu international Digrant standings. ~'ilmncea are eluenely s~nii, nigranrs preferring to resatrinte savings men they retum betueen c~nlrmELa.

The best iniaiolfion an utiiilaiian of relnittanres is Iron ieiotn~. The r.ll regular renllmncea mWenr La be at the disposal of nren for living and tanning expenses. There is general agreeDenf betv~~n nigranla and xives that Yie first dal. in the large ( re~arriated l sM is eduoafion. foilalpd 4 liuarfoElerquinifion. i~piw~d housing househald efiests. and eiothing. The area of mnflisi of Interests Is the n~4ranrls ailoclllm of nla savings ~etxeen renitted and repatriate8 sIMs In nilariland internal nlsmnts in~rmlv ~sin~ nus~m~sl tended nois to rsmii r~ner for pla.lnl costs rhne rrternai Dlgrants In~Lnly emg sons in eifended houspnoidsi tmded ~orr to save for cattle purcheses.


Rlrlng ia~or is costiy and. eilept In solos eases in smliinnd, reniiinnoes appear to be in~deguaie to these costs. Tho.lonenl euldence is i* t.rle Lin offer negilgl~le aai irnce. liirnging for the hire of Dale labor and supervising ii present ~onen~r tot ra~en. Dlfilrulties faseb by ro~en I~nning on their an rEir reflested in the beeline in farn assets in ienrle headed households.

mere is general ~gieeloenf in the literature that decisions aflastlng I~nri-ferm inueiaenr are inade by nigi~nfr. and the BoisraM iniornaiian ruggelir that this investnent. if nldr nr all. is li~de upon irnal retuin of the "igrnnill. 8111 there is little donht tDat bay-today i~nagenent of the lm is underta*en ~y voDen. Ua~en lntervleved in ilrama cDiiord that fhes derided rhat crops to plant and uhen and m~re to plani theD. L study B~tsrmM sMred that f~n~nl~-ne~deb households slant wlier percentage of their *aldlngs. anb plOY the land less frequently than Dale-headed households.

nilnnf rrues d~~onatrlte Ulelr n~illfl to decide on me delll~i nenf of their orn la~i ranaurcee. Tneir narglnai oPPirtunlry cost of ~xnlaralng is clearly not rero. In high-118* ngrloulture. rlth dliileultles in n~rr*sfing grain ;rrslusesl and ultn great neeb of cash Inco~e. there strong inientlues ia ror* on other fnr~n, to brex beer. efs. That mc~ shift soDe at their flrp fraD om-farnlng ta ether econo~lc astivltles 16 Illustrateb by the fact rhat In Xlibwana vonen in remaie-headed households spend a nMllei

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fertilt).m;";biu . . de. 1" "'ll "t" ' I. . th. I -t r- tt ii lr epn

.ill. I.- T1. f iora of lais clanl .1 ecur
jor di lferen l, . t -r-tin .*n f an a
hh lue eennf ifril m1 una n

if LlprM a auW'aflan fhaT lan~n gain tnrough their neadiniS or Musonalds mer a Long fm~s Enirlsl sooB truth. in unat ray does fnls sune ~~ouf? and is ii a real gain oi iYar greater I-sapanalbliifl to ma*e ends meet and fnings uoi*l

in ilgilonr ~~cial change mrt could i~ue lasting and xideseiead oifests is a ner barir ia tne narilal L~onb. ianl aeparntlan daes MT neoesnaiily mean a uel*ei aillmse ilelreen Duilmnd and rife. ~ useful ap8roacn Is ta oxsiare tnc dependence of the oigmni an nis rife foi maintaining ar Lnproumg a rural Ilu~ilnDod to unlen he Inrends to return. If Lnls dependence Isilreat, tnecaupir are Il*riy to connult enm oTnei in e.meit. Ti~e rigrsnl murl rely an the acnieuen~eof~ of hili (lifel and Vhat she dcph aCnlPUe should gain his rerpesT.

Onr particular airuari~n could bring tno~ ~ucn closer. If inc migrant depailr iirr a aui~isle generation or jaini householl he o~y Dmre If In rvnd to xor* toraid a nucieniDousenald escncmis base ia that surplus accun~ulnllon is naf dirripilted bib remains under nl con(lal. In tnlssass he in relying on his rife not only io develop n~anagerlai s*lils bit ta unde~~ n~~~ninii rt a social tiansl~malion during the years of his ~~sense. Ii Is dlffiiuli fe see hox inis
le rrallre~ ulfhauf s sTranger failing ai the marital band iieclu IE ii required a rre frmm extended srci~l relations ta ~ocualn~ on the uoriing rlli~nsr bei-m ihs ira partners. ror a r~aan m carry cut this change ulin~our the auPBr~ of her husbandls pretense inroiueli a high degree of real personal emmrlpnllon.

Sane relevant quertlan~ to nix lie;

nov rational is the dlatrlbufion of purchases berxeen pr~dusei and canjwei items In terms of roaen ~ F~pnbilif~ea and neednl

LrF early rtolfilnccl most generous xhile later taper afi as migrant and family get used to separate laild~~ If so. do farm assess and s~nlurpiian ream a pea* in early years and then dasiins?

if early remittances are uerlamall. Mr severe are me pr~~leinr that llcmen face in tn~ early ycln?

if renlftanses increase. do Ilues hire are labor. including Lenaip ia~ol, and gradually ultndinu from aqiicuituialxoit. perhaps ~a*inli up some other Ecma~ile activity an their ~m nccauntl

Ho rational ir Tne diliiibuiian of purcnaiei latxeen pnducei and Fansumer items in ferns of Eaga~Liltles and neebs~ Xou far can u~en mrluense pur sMlere Ih~t *ind of sansumer durables lie purchased.

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thl 't .lt Ininm Lir~lan hi ayb
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exnnlneenanes n ti ett lft -a is -putmgfro

eflectie a~iiclhill h- 1-nr
1. ya ofLl- 1.1 - 1- 1.,sadresed i
decied f frat eish arestud rit .16 ett Lll y
the -zhd a an~i IVs tte 1975; 11 . . o

believed ta have rsevetoIb lqldte
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euldeced b dli . . . . . .Drmg I
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'h' ill h- h., 1.vng it ~rn i

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th- .1 hu.1a.'r snus ne e i indejul
thatu creic nml I~ u odet rfre
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h~in th. --das

15 p're lt thee deiin r a liry tnd ne

bht- Z. uldli.stE* cae.bu .et ee o t"uc

-Zohr al Z1% i5ber iei ht btc urr e i or f. -r lea IG y rlt9ed : G "tne t n~l lee

fe Ih. tia f i ~r~ur. th- Is ule wrn th.
4le -1, 1-- -h ---'cot r ~nn~ o ariulur
. .e i rra

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Gordon her Sap'e wht werethe tw goea

Ih. - bi-, of-t itoo y- 1 lt to from t hold 10-6 larg d

in. . ort . . .ntie aha n e
ta- tlt Ii. t-- t -f.".l
-ARIMIWTIB th. ht- th th I~P

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that -11,1,". santid n oin u( Iins bell-de th- hZn ntdl i rill. ~umolant . . dir nnuifin nrriyfinite dieae. t . ti. aydicmn Ieisl to o te

-t-1uln oe dsll f !ri .h noe

lh,, y t~rmr rsuae aefli a ~y~di

Source: -mueller 1977:

th. -t. .1 t -t --, sue~ed dagher vul t.v
Ih. -Ily .1nn Is~ pior euen 1 ad2 yas

-1- di.e hirdugtrsritfm nry h
-y- . . . . = . ynr r a~ fe nr rerre s

t' f t 1111 th I.- -ra lng FOW 8t, ly i-- . . 1- ftf-- -thoiog reoqnrin

Lna 'fr woan~or iiels ab . . .n os Y- .1. I- P, th. -rt,-t.- -ly--lod uonn aile

Mt td b" x .2' '

pretire o osent ---l I-- O eiml atths

damn~~~r Lexe osnod. r spsil htUe

nreindrrsly nllencd Iy nqracili~2=-)l. Z iroug
Lnee s n IfoinalononLhlbu m d t a be.en dieT Ie 1~ 1.Tneteddhoshld en-ise
sent o fahersrath . .lve . ". . .ve id-if, I. --.ld bidd 1,1-dl., -Is nd 8 ~ecen

.1obinigtei o I- e t h. d, hi i

da '- 'T." th lu t Tbnala ~esni e y do 1
?M . 1h. .hrl. th y a 01nad Ii~d. Ii

th - d .I.1.- 1.111 1

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la thI S -of e 19 to iss hr i o-ed a ii

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vonenuno ave iterniiuen -11 111 hlniier s no

tho. ti_ hs aeai vrae o ac ~ea h- lt s l. t ii idr dr t.' Te li NLe
. . . . c tati PIFII f iBBi~ B~~
h~use~lbsoune no attl . . . . I

I. aunid. .riii ure ideae ta Like Leso- f e~~ae-eae hsho., ied , atle and hrr hos tha didIveagebfexl mlnia han th.
th--h I.-I ia nnn l~o 11-11 Ierire i
fai Lacmcude tht po~aly t .1s h. o

fsnre-nsded houshols hae nod:1,. d;in
In te cae ofinai ilestoil ad L~~ eul~ti.f

-.i - I~-n iar san eininienaed Duenls

-rPIIIP l l 't. it.~nhorhod y~ r
. . . . . . . . . .veras

ti. 'ail t 11 . sa naa i: ti It. I.,~l

nle o cu~lua F I. Bcf it that pro T.ta tha
nean ray tar ou vil iil~Inth., , J, ead
nne ~n EnissTd asun foyIi ._ .iouaX f
.111,.h-,,= ,.,,I.,Iat tnr nnoun i iitre. .

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~na ofredcin plnte acege planted in o e os

-liddl-le Plowng lass Ivl paying dbe highest

raise the oit iof el' the center

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holidays. They Ire oble to refaln slo~er soniast
~E~'~ e' i "~'~~ "' "'~*'""" """ 'irh their inlilier nmie ot fnm~ing aperlii~nr than external mlgrant$. mney Lens aiso. of course. to ae hulbnndn mihar ihnn rant. Tho iioluonslat Lheii n~n~e ulliie Iliols fhen ta ~~rilFipafe in orm agnsulruie at certain LUlea or Lne year. Xmeror*lra in Eauih Lfiicn genpmlly fallal 1 iam~ oi oaallletory Rlgraiion, refurnili~ n~ne ror several ~~nl"r every rev yerrs. ~mr*lnr inc reri~a aetleen anrracts. nauaver, uiener ilsi~; II. ill ~onilona mrr xlrriy or nanmlY visits ~y nl4rmir Ln Eonth Lfricr are mn~nm, and some longer visits can ire tl.ed to coincide ultn a plaring period.
Isylion tron ioigi~nl~(-iu~r indicsls Lna~ aliouy Is

""",' =, ""'""""" "" ""'""""~'" 'i" """ '~'" MCIII Lhnjotlpi!."b'""f hueb~nds nbout ii percent
lanfhll return visits
5*:,."K:":i ,.::;9a';,,,,, " .~.,. .~.,,.~ s*llls oi aural uoen!l( i~i~-l~l.

Externdl .igi.f~ re.if rme~ erratically and acculuirte Sulnsa tnar mry ~rm~ ~nr* xlih tnm. inismnl migrants. on me olner nmd, rrolli nart to rhrir ha~pn on a rsgular ~a~lr.

rien aitiarces in ~ilratorylelmlngs and closeness " contact vltn nones or me tra ivrea ct ~lrraiian, ii not aurpri in. tn.i eriernal nigrants rceunulnte their savings Icr mu~~lnrnl in Fntiia, In contrast. me remlfl~nc~s of inlcmll ~lgnnt lend io go n~ore to sulsLstence re~n~lienenf at falli-ewl~nanf pvronases (Yletter 1Pi8; iB. 11- 161.

Ihe sreatei rrewencv or Dus*anda ratum in ~x~rilan~
"" """ '" "' ""'"" '"'"'""'" """~"""
.t.l.,.llrs in me a4rlculrur~i Ll~s~abls. Tnrii ~irrense heips to elplain an adoption rate icr niibrid n~alie In dpnnri~ied Ruml L~vel~~Ent Irml ia~*al mit eiaipded all expectations. statistics sDox that .tl,.l.i~. yields bar sore Mre tnan a~uolea. sur tire .ai~iiu oi nlqranl nYlbmd does nit Blpllin my. in the piocaaa. acresqe pl.g~d to n~aile uap naiued. ~or thni re

nee t sl~ne ouss o poer~eit.- -Y a~nl

hiq- t.38 -1

Ih.l fUefrre c insmdl vst h thiso oll tr 1. 15 . i ar tl . -I. bl. fy thi '~"~~ i" '""~~"i"'"~~lpUN ";';, b

I- -y


iI.t. did

bec le s: 6f. lod il tb nlatgon_ tt tion, Ruto
_y . d,~~ I~"*' """^"

.oloaratveiylarat t t ti t '.y "'t thy I

lalrth d th. It-lu~~. erasngvn a o
huriba" ' bsen - . . . . td, t="irin

suggnrsd thatuo t-- that . n . -.t .acors

on Erealt a~pllceflbn prpers.

seasonal returns at rismnts, ms nlri~i~ of trlsfarl.
fDs ridelpiead ad~Lin of ny"iid ~allr indlsafe raoprraflon beflesn ni9iunra end rireii over laire if iii nat Fiear Lran the IllerrlurP E'ifi~'Li~n. noueue,,IYrP1YP of Mii~ for ~lle the fhnl *md Mere been
rauld Dave been ailoued Lo dls~ose of Lne crsn incore rr~es l it is by no nerna cerialn that the u~an and her shiidren ulii receive r antre in anr Inciea~e in inrone uhish iP Nnnsnnuilfs ritn fha fins end Pnai~i nDs h~r 'euoLed La (narenaln4 y'.'~' liard.; 1g). if n-el sannrt Eantral Me ~alre Faan mcorno. hit are rble to dp~ids har rucn or merr am Ir~a~ la apenf on I~in suifinfi~n. then
lee bath insd.tirr end porei.i -ulen i. linll Me LSTelgs undernylridnaire Tne~ov~mnenLluruey aharsd that ua~en seer other aauroea of Ensh mran~s over rhich tney undi.puled c~nl~L. Xany gre* alner cioga far mis. Lhe onfennible ienron being Mat n*lr*eiing these Erasa rra oupnmisn~ for ~ling inat
;h~.~:I~.:,:.,,~~::;: nll6Pa9P~;:::Tn~lllI IlaPe.LY BeeT~TeYln~ far sale urs ~lsa papuler far rhe sPne ielaon. Ihase Istiuiiier do not involve ~onls I ~alor declsions.l Beclua~
needed dn ~adures aurply of s.ah under their oxn mufrall c~ntinuing uitn tnese i~ctlulrlea--md eipmbmg inpn--lr Iliell to Ire n a.f~i net fnan Increnain~ inalre ourWI. Vsre bih nan nnd xansn in the haulehald fa enin and consume rna n~orr fulll sarprrlite runner. fDen vonenlli desire to folloxaunaocounl econanle rotluitlsa anauld not be ro sfranil nd n~lira Isrerge right not nrue fallen bD ~YE"I~ ylelda rose. T68 pra*len af Me tine aonsiralnt far isn~nle-ivpsa re~lolal tal*r in Dynrid-ruiru Nllivation muld tnenibe IJolrted.

This Enag sfudy offers ~nafhsr dirsnrian La the analysis of iauin~m lincm sauntrle8. liqi~nf~ *eel in sioier touon rim tneli Iluea; in~y freWsutll upply their
iubai rt rearonili tires or rei~lr n~aney tar plorln~ soat~. TDe ner tesDnology of nalie sro"uctlan nea ~psn usld to mmtnin auipui ieroi~, hit no loie. YiLn tne enaourugerent er a g~vein~ent agrlcullural grogran sore of Me tenets of a nea-~l~aslorl upprdrsh fo niCratian vere ~nsiiad de far ai naintaininq Ir~duclian. But further L.praum~enl. in ugrisuliuie fro.igranfl earnings "xeq ra be obafruirsd ~y rsananls rsllfian rllnin tne nousenold.

I - ith t. 11. h. 11- ainr s o Le ll

I Mid onrle o neTef E-1 gaveevrylagei
d . d- t lsrill re ci~. Tnr i itl
.b . . d in95 vliis an IIIne anls a

'n-lalld . . mal=! gralt as Zr-tB~lae ter by f-ml. -11. y

YEIt is fitable

liualarasin hi cunrr av in gd-I .gl o

1 1, -It -1- - goneiPIhad9an abroad ; in Vi "age B
_dd t .fea. . . . . .andonl th
heatandirrgatd lildsrelm~i ~au. . .an p~
aututliiis b md ra1I. . br- .1 aul ni
. . . bI . T .uniel~ rli nl i

The 1. .- 1.1-iao rigtinfrn eisan rl
t- eo" wa= ,L ld l ~ien f dutn~ll a

1: 77 1.o ~sib~lY ~ i D~ lle

b th. (Morthatli 1-: 16).en .6an

re h. - -ly I o . bans upat t" h~ahai ta

"t . Y' t.- h (10a ~ntn

1,1, p- t I . -1s

tass climes d''Yl. Lltes o ernane t. it. ihi

g"~"i'i" for by ti- tt -ll t. utpu

f hi. -dy Th.uh-rrif nirigun ile, n

th h nr nras nnqalni tec nolo y~
alsodrsv ~~ie I -171 tio I that~ed *

proitbi rsnF~li. .risno eerrrlee uiih-e

. . . . . . .~uirly Intha nnus
. . . . . . . . .ndly dilgprrin
(Dorry ls"t th
ti 15631 .d I-. btluld orth Iae-eo

--te ItMVtv tt 1-1 lfte xtet I italrain n
-1., tht-1 1 ie alrbrlad-almln.ItI

fornsl aricitinl~~t t N ' ~d 171. nt

. . . . .ue IIL lghi nla sv

-ernly .ted, h_ it, '_.d rainlen Bu I
- ten-- t- .- ---t ii ~n~eln irifnnr

I-lan-, h lin.-i tnhr oss.Iilaorna

Xi~d j~n i f Y ren fi_~mdF. . . redt~ .d q . t- I~. -f Iour msti. f i alel f I. . n

11 1 n n r1ao t .I 11- -1 th. -eul i v~iln
labor haV6 dy-Is lt anr aon re~sn

. . . n . T nley o of pplr a ru

li I., --i- .I -th-e~u~e alou I uqe Itn

. I. . . __I, alsIraraui i~-ea
perid i ~n mid191~ ~glefB tat ha 101 nr a~ePed
Mll h 'l h r . tinedinir l oar 0 IBu
thi rgeiaarIsofensvsiee"a' 'd" - - lriln

b . te. -t th- -1l, Id Ien~y ~u gin8.~~~
nighthllrId di

in 71 trl ihbfa hr Ii~nur a ~
iurhe ~alo~an~i gaup ae eerllI._ 11. i1183 "~"'"~'' "" '~""" ' "f 1. -d :
"""1"" '""' '"'" '"V -" " ,1"a d " t 1_1"
"'""'"" b """" "'"'""""

.~ ~ ibl . . . . . . . . . 11 " , ~

1i bbb-.,, .~~, ~,,,.,., i,,

-1- h. . 11 in-1- .1L

Mi dle t- 0 1 110,120000 igal evn h sri lth-h -tealy h- 1111 111, 11 -Yle ra*, he

'Ile a blty -I.e is~e~ern r aseso

Iget ta they - nt irnthe poethueod ic

.-t.odan sst. It I. -t. ilatan ben
1111,11,11 ly I --l- I.- -h-br anbesore rthu

inetgto. . y -,,,t ft-e vllge i
B11-1 . istrt .In Iouth I-~ n. . .h hee a

mlih igralon as nstllinth . tl lrgettl, l

fnmlg husehldstendd t be he ii -t.'s tn I~'

th. ge ttehld.ths wthltte r ur

rhs great Mlciity ct rural ran~~n In P~Li~tan are Mt ~ENsiaoed fo nmdli"s ~an~y or entering nar*er sltunflons. ~p~:,,,, ,:~~.,":~~~~~ '" d"""' anllliU1 tneir
liar to Lhen in tnelr rillr~~l. ief nurlioiently large slu~s are ~ein~ renliied on a .anihiil b.nle b/ external migmnia to provide apparfunillra tar inuzilrent and Fanrunprirn orpsnBl~uie on an unlrereeenied Isaie.

Shaheed rrm~en fhdf since uanen have never recn ~llaed ,, .,., ~: ,,.,,,, ,, ,, ~.~.I~,~~ ~. .~
~,. .~~.~i~,
,,,,,,,,,, ~.~.~~u.~.~.~~~,~ .~,~. .~,.~. .~
oroxmliu to developed narxot elcnanse linciuains financial inliitutionir eiereo ndiltln~ miluensp at least in reina ot aroaii nms of noney. ~,, ,;:, ""' .,.,, ""' "' '""' �'""'""' """'"""'"'
the t1o isolated ~nl~lli riiiages tad I~n* aEEounla In their am nlma. What in notable is that ail five , f'"" 1 n,?,,nla,. It Na to he barne In alnb tnar opening a ban* a.ccunt sninilr loumeyi outside Lhe viilage--md feY nen in thene riilagal Mre Mn* accounts. It II n~,ucn easier Lbr a nnle relative to ~~Xs the 1"'"1 fO the neareif torn.

In Eantrasi, in vatni in a~algindi DlsLrlst, rith ban* in the village. rl(leennlgranra liu~n Nd ~an* acsountr pour ot iheae xm~en rert tron nuclear nauaonalds. Llmougn Intcuisdd iie.~ie lire *as txenty-four Sh.hp~d rL.ier Lnebe figiirrsare tor liYm lith lan* accounts ave at m~leui~ijg. pspuinrlon. Bui are T~ld fnat m. taur repiesenteda nigher praporflon oi all nuclenr "Ysshaidr fn.n Lne relrlnlng nine represented of ail nannurlear hcileehclds liiilb.; 121. Inrheed points out LDat it ii not only travel .nd.d.inieiiriiue a~slaclo~ that mnlsit .msn tron opening accounts of tnelr orn. line. atherrire even ~~re oi the n~iqmnl ~iuss in Yafni r~uld do

aec~iincluaes ~n~t.iusa ,sioi
tnnn ~tnei xrvea aan* ~FEaunf~ and Yierehrs ro he airounfable exsluriusly a veri Ilrgolg to tnelr n~lgrlnl hu~bmd~ and not ia n~nie relarlvea.


ylven the iradillon oL vonen Mt handling nanrg, if """' "' '*""," ""' "'I":,~.~".,"""* """""' "'"'""''' "i'"""""'"'" """" '"'"""" rc xitndror and uae ~aii ci the ieaillanceli, and in the praer, need to reveal her purpose and gain Ipproull for her Cn~Ellexpendifure. Snaneedccnfirned ililr. The Innie

- .Z t, Yhitera ateil th O ahe-._ina u

t""' 'hit iIly I . .n h givs i t, ei ti

th"I t. bu aei~ahesy h ~srfrt yt

'y y th. n. xo oI nx ht ewrte l~

-it . -nyll~~l.; 11 1 . 1-1 sleaii

slnpy c~~in own i-t I~ I~ hd _11c~ n anul

.g--ntR' w17B d th ir M Ier Preent
.ithth h 1. 1 . Iirow n~lth fveune
Id 5 inino:;d the k ioil'l lve ge
:1 h. " t. Z: t .iir sl-t. he wrena

rtr e nn I . Thi . -f o r. d._av i n. - " i in
.tt . hehe I tT l- ll.-ie il ibi~
h11 bb _."i i,. .-,ed hyur tht nrarc
-dd ' i. nthe .'ear households - _aloe an
tii aeie. 1. -- I~~ - .dc cae i

lairn nm uns l � drf annie

or l;�Z~uer~lll ii n .th. . . .at, .o

o o oh -od l -o t o,
=aret th. P1.- .1 1~ 1.- T :bli sedig aoenle

-1- 1-lt I I rud efetbt tl=srnrl uue Uhr
tIeriy t I. tl_ -.1 1-n cisie hened 1.r

Thee i noalernti I t- otg ght ha- t.enl fo itt . I. . . dUey artpiep . _,- ._ In. o

. h-alb. . .oter eiars it Ittiir

t th. . , -er~ ater reabet. Iri

-I.I.,. .1bi, .t. .1 th.,
idittid 'd,., . Tn= .ll. . , h, n,,hae

"'n a't" .

--l- n -Ie huehld a~ hh adiioa

_,.Ld fhvngt ueriete nal .I Ihb _ _ b , la"ree s nd eit 1 drr ed t . thltepodc. ~ raal td de xltnteies

I_ tbnsenontre n b . . . ut f 1

slight . . . .,At the -i i-r the .

dee reula c � th ar f t to ni f d

. . . . . . . . . .i n b . . = Ie t p r f e re i t r vt un t i n

have uee o trec rs nd out omic_ e f. a I. .e I d e_ l tood %her or mho e inhf~tso Y- - gra- -1- 11,i i riigtian lrge oan )ohs n hlans u to

rncluine aowr� s o lvnish Merringe are a ord (n *f

.n . g . . . . . .e. . tm l st t h Ie fr I-lt -'vd a.1

-i I_ -d . .ed inias ou

I . . -,,.,h.,

tha i Q dnt npovdan b-f- the wnaffuniur

"d . . n e al. hth ia. . n . .

it I no noe clar he . . .

.dg-ti- Id I. 1 2- leit in thenuces iuinigant
. . . d bt . bedoed Buttl. hd. Ie
. . . n~l~iarilr nuehid. ifi

"'h' I. -itti.9 t b- 1. 4 Int frn te pl.
1~ 1- 1. tht r.,slllr o uimael stin u

business in a ~m . . .1 . . "nui e~n n
.1 1-~ -11 - -I. I.- ndgrouc of~i
h_ I-- I- 1.- 1. -d-tendmlbin ift inth

. . rn g '" "'.:,"z ,~;

. .~. . . . . .~, . . .

r~l,,, o t.~i ltLa~1- .1 h t obnu dii hrerf e r i.Th% tassar ld D tue
--igh ---ti . . . Ti , mae ab~ hredfa

'"' ~i"' '""'""'"' "';~~" """ t2

- -a lly i.- b, it. prlias I etede

fri- ho 1i .1-tkb

t d in o r Ilb.rn n h eirain flao

tians -tlo- - by I __b . k ,uMenof ns~lle
i , "'l 47' b , h llua~pduin ~ufrs

bb-b., thtier

lk- I.b.d. 1 - 1 1. Ie r t., .t f lb. initi nli
- beo ds o nlr _ _ b tb = , nlit" f nul M br Y

slb . ibly -n- ilnde. 1. 1.- - .1 b.- b,~rnr

inti .1- . .vin.

t I

ll-.tlb - . XP-l, lb. -h-.It
. .a . j . . ,,~ . _. Th . y bii. e f u f th edL~t r .1 lnr

h~pi -n it th. tilinaibl- Jad It. .in

b b' labor 'in he, aintnl rlea th t ol
_'l' _'y hnr~ nedtbe t h_ 1.1"ag. li
sl-a-io l, nl 1111"I han a :, hi, 'h.'r' r~r
anol nos, nda eth. b-t. t. -l- l2'ty an

.-i. tflo. bb, I-, t. b hy f ji ~oi~t . -h l, .1t

-h land Is purchased Is -t .d

recevestherei~tan th. -I~l. diighrFide
~eiir in firtstae at I . h-hton z
~i~nlrl rragemets Lter nhe avI-. th.- lie chidre ild~*elplnr epaateresdea- I.- I

t" t"' 'h . . . . Tr
. . jan huehls rth aml ur
al ,,eue Il ld-Iesa aas. hyhd led . . -t- ens.Th a~ua mveou
. . . I. mlfo ngtiton ve elig h

R-tti aenan n. th b gurlad a~itin
i"' "i"' 'i . . . ityxoen n nulea

this reate prabenis t d emalell n o d sti -ik I
-ld t :y 1- 111 yp- . 1~.l,,,, l~

t, ncre~rther lbori d-d - t iiutlformr datr

1 - - ind-t '"""" " 't "P'"" t 'it '
i. . d-l - - thea ~ot - i- - .1 -d-ti d onge

Exfra fanily effort or hired lalor filled any gaps left bi departing nigrantr. Solnrate or joint inming ms Fontinued un~er altered uor* argrll tion or a share In a E~Dlned property rat sold to other i~in~ill nenberr

Bespief of ieiniffmsrr does not nean piuers of innaagmg then. Neither does nonrecei~it signify no Crer . Ileven Yiven slnined ihzl received renlrtanEeb directly. of the fifteen vlve~ in the nrple. tm ndrlrted to nailing desisions on their m~nr~msnf inenselues. piesu~lny thia refers to regular rrrlttances for nalnrenance and running SoPfn. Tra stated mrr they irnde joint deoisiann rlfh inelr Durb~nde. fuo left tne decisions to their nusbnnds lone of rhon~ r~a In a nuclear nousen~ld bui hnd a bo.)MLlng nunlandll and in MB case the desisianr ilbid.: IBI gearing In nlnd that these rsllffnncaa nusr n~ue teen au~i~taniial EF~ip~redultn local inson~a. this figure constitutes an L.~rerriue rssord of confidence in vlves unu~ed to handling nurn lanly.

)tiglranis uives in nuclear hau~enald~ fnce ~uiie conditions and el~erienceT of vor*. They appear to ta*e an active part m the bnlldlnr of the house as veil as supervising construction mel alrun~e iondsirhl~ of household and inanaqe any Land and livestoc*. ihis does not neoesssrily nean any lessening of their loi*lard; rather the contrary, to uhleh Liie~urden~r iere~nri~iiiti rust he added. The uMen in this Egyptian study have ~ie iei~uriel under molt conrroi, their household esmanlea are evolving and erpnnding, and the future holds the praoise of surplus assuolul~tl~n Life is still hard. hut the signs ~Miisin9 and encourage rer~anlr.

Irles and status ohangsd for nlgnnfa rluea In other households even Irelore raXrng me aren* trcn extended or lalnt haus holds. uolluer, tlieieclinbe serious strain during the process of diseiilii~enenf. if dues Mt ta*r nucn I~gmsrlan ro appreciate the jealousy and ronmfnmf of
benefiir fron the relariveiy huge """" "" "' "~'VaY Oi a1unior ilmiB Ip~BT_ It 16 ren~llmnce~
difficult one ror ner~ and a trst of her determiMttaM and Nrly felt paver. Lier DunraM n farn labor contribution ulll ire nlrrlnr, and there 1111 he Irastly successful) atteinpts io reduce her share ct the tarnls pracisds far this reason and 4ecaule of her nsr mran~e. me nast difficult relaticnship 15 usually rifh ner oafnei-Ln-lar causee financial blalngnge~enf carries ntn It mt potential far alaens~~e~ent tran II *ci* role subordlnaie tc me Mmei-lnill Praa, aepenCPncenmsm-llxr for au~alifence. n~lgmnt 5 vile raves to an egalitarian position, arn~srinsn
ending viih pn)nent of an rllovanre to her nolner-inmr. or me ~a~nerin-lau mishi appear ubn~la iue, pleading

sV~fym Ol_ LO ~tel Li . . . .m ne
aausisria u on hhe si ".y . .a na

,,,,,., '"""',.," ""' . . ,.

.- ., ._ h. ~. . . . h, t i
.d i-tit.t- -- - '.h
'ivan th- a soc"' persona" ty. -h =-.-m*,. su ghiai ~re alllevae Iroitne. h~

. I. . . - I o Lnlr uier reuies ah hl:. I I~erlr adr cocui io h

pen~nccy of h16afer he usaM~ fia.t hrn.Br
vaetioin4nu~an exlansdnitne*n~b h ta o th ie hE ~imy ir drr a an lae. t

lh-d o e loi, btseLe hri ~ng h

Ireg t 11 -li- 1. 1-1I~b; sl Li pprap

t", ' n'"' - " Ih - "'

-h-1 . . I. ply '"'nl "" "' . 11 1.

"'i""" "' ""4'"t '"""' '4'I~ T1 1"""
hy ''.=t L' ' gt" " "'i ''L~"

.,I y . t I spon~n, ., -d ---tn al dielad~ udfin rf the aifn o re I.

d.-y - - tisEant- . . . 'th grrin
th. '. -h. h.tes f l~~L~ uur i ncla

- . nsd .-th--it Y -f - 'h- -f lr o imia
. . . . .= -d- .~ro~efoar snll

hianll 4un, .,erly h- n1aferenep tt_.~ndn uN
t. h. - 11r L-71 1 la.o I-t't- 'nov- trem tn V .1

-1.n t. --1 . . I th-xn Iid;19.Iii
~o~a~ie o becui~e urthr. i i , n ho I I I t contiue eringfor eep erl~nli)- m I t y ,gllahlt

sollnborlrlon ~ptreen husband and rile. Smcl ulsila rip not lengmy vluee Mit frrquanrly be le~i to I.i~le.enf eipen~ltuie decl~i~ne. Tn~ar mnuclear nDu~enridr nov enjoy luthailfy orer n~atteis mnserning Enilbren. and atranqer desire Loi dauih~rrrl educnnon is in ouldense.

~llF n~lsmrlan (i nauinr the eifert of Inrreaslng tne 8i"OTLian or nuclni n~urena~rr. irtni, xlvoa iin arlsmm~ "YF'e~l hmleholari insist ~ndt thpy do not join ulih athsr irn~iiy n~nb-rm~n Lhelinu.~nn~+l.rus, Seiand. nlgnnl DusiiaMa rri ealm~llmln~ re~nirie hauleholda far fnelr
*iuea. I *liela notlvation ta be flee of hrr in-i.ra obvious. one could 9~pEulnte that n~lsianlr are Miiv~ted by renoual fin, exfended la~lly DLrinisny .nd the parrlblll~~ oi iiiglb ilrcunulriion of ~rlnlr raa~L~.


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ra rcbuce Ulelr oun la~oi ineut. Infirtlon of foad prices is probable even if larr food is supplied fron neu sources beoavle ~are food II baughf by inlgrOntEl fiimiliel. m~ nex inc~lie difieienfilla anould be d~n~inrfrd by the division ~e~ue~n ~iqr~nis end MMLlmni.l fl.iiier ~Fcnuri innny landless (a~ilipn hBYB~Bni~n~ inlqiniorir sn~lay~mf. ia~aanunai sintn au8 rhnr In vlliiiser and r.~ll toma rne
social diui~lan Fnn re seen i-) mo lar~ar Douner of fa~ilisl xiin I~an~b~r srployed abroad.

rhr aagarlirm aiudy iev;iled thnt the ~lr~n.lO has ''~~~ " ~'b""e ieparted tnat oi4irnrs rluea rare nor in~ei~~fed in bll-Ulcan~ioi. Lhe.bin being Lnrt inere ms enough nonev to lar* Iftei Fnlldren .ra~erl. nl~rantsl visits fia Eura~ in july lead t~ a pen* of births nine mnthr irLer (Ibld.; 181. But Lhere Ire ri.n n~ong yaunger uon~en, noro recently nlrrled. Lnrt an interest in blrtn mn~roi ir r~~rging II Is Il*ely that young 19'dnt~ in Eura~B nia plc*m9 un ideas on birth ionfrol
older n~igilnia. In LDe longer term Lie n~r

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.th_ It y 1-h th- h -hylal hired I-, - I--vic

ieduiing an agriculiure and dsuelaping 1 lidr incm~s
I.L~ollo EBrrlei the saalel caif bf reduced ioinl outPut BeEnuse n~l~mnla anumsa nrp not upalrtrly utlllied. tnDi II. nor Ill~e ~uall~~le to ~eet tne frmlnl needs Ilf lealf) at their sluea. ~lgnnril river dre left u~eirclourrr~ for cfiaitlue fninlng. Tne Private gain ta ~rsrmra nea aoFIBI caara via tne aco~n~odntiani lnade bi their ulves.

Xornen In the ag~ptisn ease sludy.i~~elred ia opt pertly or unolly for nanrqrlcuiturill rssup~fiana far different reasons. moro rneY did lair msy ~untEr~d the luiharlf~ to rurnouni ~ry diifisuiiies in hiring and nopcruralng la*ar. nut il*ing us eoling dr bulmg a fnli(or ia ientaut cauib he aesn as saalslapriona. If pianneih see hoclai easts in era prlunis atmter) the ealuilan lies in offering the c~ui~le greater Incentrres to iain. and adequate seruirinq auppoit to ~p rift.

Where vr~en do ta*e io all-~xn-lnm oacuplilana ihll Eorla m oroduction ternr li~r ha Ilal tnan uhere their status and nuton~ll in the haunehald end ca~~unlty are ~au that they pinr out their ralr hy bn rinS in un~r~duc~iue cenaDlonona annlunetin re~ renirtmce,. Ihls .~. ~. . .i ~~$:;;:~&' .~,,., ~. .,,,,~,, "," ""'"i ""'''"i'i~ ""' """" I" ~; :":I'",:J: '" """"""'"""""" '"' """""'' ""i"""' """"""i'�"'''"""'" i" '"'" '""'"i'""' ,.,,,,, """'""'"" """ . ,,,i,, ,.,,,,,,,,, '"'" "' """"'" '" '"' """"

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lead to corresponding eeonornic and s-arl fiansfpr~llons of "s'iralar. TMe~rh.hnrsshnn.ed Lnelrx~nrand pirtfaiiaa ihiie fheli nus*ands are arel Ire atferinq slelr nisnllr to slanners as ia ogeningr for xan~en in Me Nr*et .od soai.l strusturhn.


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m. i,~,riae.lacea.n invpni~e in Fhi~ai.n B eauFliion suggslis that iinlniina ~eirer eauorlon is one of Me ~m puipaea af.le.lgiailon. in Les.iho if

~V"V"'Ln~lnr'y ms pnonty slnlm at ~~n ~igiani an~ rite on fDe i~orl lubr*lntill r~rinqr De arouqnt ~~E*. liilferate ssvprlm rn did xher thev could to euolrulss their cnriarsn a nar,*.
daughters) Ichaolina. YnO significant e;~::i be tno.aln in
There this. bur stated ,ereenres and onnts.,,ari a shitting uleu to ualuin, the eauc.,ron or ,Ila an tell ~r bays.

other nepsa, at tli~y leltare san aepena an the .ueroll n.alth and sontenini oi .arhei,. stressed, i.ii,,.t,, .,*l,,ason ren can mFiero in the
t., ~. i, L.,,im, .~ a. ,,, r,, I, m,.i, ,,,,, Pa*lltan and EgyPti- There are i~p~ili ct can)ugal insflbllif~l fT~ Ioutnern africa.

veri iar9e ren~llfnace~ in the Near emit allor far better nausln41 ncuren~ia electrical applian5es. and fuimei sonawlllan rush as ~Dien~id n~arrlagsa. miFn are all pmitlr~l or ~loaslng gelna ta uon~en. iucn gains ronefl~ea rcio~l'n~ stricter farna of isnnls asslurlan.

Nannlgrant nou lnold~ are S'""'iiliaund m~ng the piareil. Tnsre is riaa r~me evidence tnat riele there is Irafh inrernal andexternai .iqi.ti~o. i~ne nua~~nd in nuclear n~usenaldh in the paarsr airnll-nirls fern category xlii sh~~se internal nigrntlon ra *aep in siorer contnct
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Inle rages cer~lmllrlns, and prebably in real frio~r. ant r~nic mga, are redv.ed II~ cert~ln iaa~ of n~eon~rumrlan, nush as inecnanirai nrlla. and 4 .Igr ota rivet il*ins ~iiovn~ara rage sn~lo)nsni either La nurir~le their Insa~s or reduce rls* (soutnern lifrisa) e1 iiecaure Lney n~ue rented aut their land lia*lsiaol. Changer rn den~md and suSDil of fe~nir rrg~ labr will detern~lnP nov hi the f oale I~le rate is s~le to X;ps up rifh inflation. b*i it is daullful rhethei real te.ale ungl rili rise.

meretarel the iiopast ot nale au~-~isililon an me incoi~c at mt poorest Dauren~lds end rural inro~e ~larricufion Flnnaf be uiered onll in Lrm~r at Ule grsafer Bennnd f~i MLe rage labor.

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*weuei u~n the cnlculntloneof nasinl sorfa nnd sninr of prrrible inle~Yentlan on 4"1" p'DdYsiion hnre been nude if nughr Ire found to be reallrtii La sonssnbi~le

"t"" """"'B ~~:~a~a~o-.nagea vnlt lie Me other '~"d~:i"P" favor for B.Le or axmg into soo*ed Can infeiert in r~aii iivest~cl ~ crpiinnied on- nri natruxulthrhelrsha Pn livesiosr n~ix and M*e it ~are grollralile. dumfi~n of meir hurbdndsl nbsense?

ill there Irapjeln nnsunP fhli plisy riil ree* Te insraue tne uthorlti oilonenini~ers In the eyes of s~iulcml end oli*efln4 oisani nilons. Tnere naue been R1V caiir to a.ard un~r" eW.l.scpre rifh nen ta ciedV. erlenllon Issistsncsl and laar*efing advice. We underesoie Uie need here. r~i~lsninrian ai this liaera Loi ni4ranir river lee~mrr an mpereilue if ioelalEosts are not to ~aunr.

in Me rreai past ieritian;el, rttei a lan~ delay. are quite ruiiisient ta iauei eriia L~ir FaeLI. ine cnaiiengea ""'i" i" "i"~:'": "" "i""""' '~ ""' '" ,,.,,,,.,,, .I,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,.,,,. n~rlsiii~ce in needed In Me flrhr fer years of .rgme 'b~anse ia avoid a revere ra*lmd for ranen and to dissuade inen ira~ renfing auf Innd. me F~ilp seni~ of debt rePY'enls and s ~ll ner rsn~lfimora rouid Cg m~all~iltrd bY a c~llect~ue credit fund. rainlml over suosesalu s"Y~' of .iqi.nt fanilies. me Imlciulry large r~lllunse~ of ruccerrful nigiants c~uld ~e r~oilcredl~ and mlereat
C.YId include the Yrltin~ off of bad de~t~
Ls rll. EBEdndl .BOIII.nEQI rventuaily be so large ah to nale iannlng unnesessar~. Uo.enls bad erperienses in ihe iirnt.nm nifer hurbnndrl Il~ilflan sould ansauago the abmdon~mi of frmlns. Dn the otner hand the expsrienFe of iscelumg tne atlentlona of Eredlf fund and of nnnn~lng ~arrard uorXLng E~plfnl Fould have the efiesl oi maflllmg in uonen a nor and praieriia~
snauil,. ,.in~a m, nniniennne. ii cauld .l.a
at ben* Isiounm in Lhe of

""'"":,,";:;~ Yhin could lead to ulres gradually being less to nrlr*inlhiiB iili lee*inl Uleir dulFe.

third. nany .on~.n in Lh. Near Mnt nis nai accurianed La the ralnlnu~ a~unl of raFiri Infersa*rle required nanaqe a Ihr. and Foo.eintiuer or exienslan rrruisell are not yet dieeted to offdr fhslnr~inancr. In Ulil oaEe it in Mt anly.mi~sr af BlfFndulC 41FFifiS seruiser to rompn, but of encaurrqlng uolen fo Irr in sp~ia ~~yind the Milt: II oannot he ariued mat rural and Iln~Lesed :ro~pn rlll nat ieapond ta ner a~iD~iTunilles. lonen in Me densely ~apilnled villages in BgYsr) srerented nih a develoeed iniraitruFrui~, iax green llgmts leE*ODln4 Yneli large iBli~fnnSes flared fa fhe~ even Xhiie iniY

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