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ERIC Number: ED066277
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Aug
Pages: 14
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Reference Count: 0
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The Role of Rural Women in the Family.
Tryfan, Barbara
The role of Polish rural women in the family and in the community is what the African peoples and governments are doing about them. It is stated categorically that a problem does exist. Indicators often used to deny this industralization of agricultural regions, the activity of public organizations, and the development of cultural-educational institutions. Also discussed are factors influencing positive changes in a rural woman's life. These factors include new patterns of matrimony; a new attitude towards procreation; growth of their authority, especially if the husband undertakes employment outside of agriculture; gradual elimination of the self-sufficient household economy; an increasing process of mechnaization; and access to rural women of schooling and extramural education. (NQ)
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Identifiers: Poland
Note: Paper prepared for Third World Congress of Rural Sociology, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, August 1972