Nonfamilial roles of women and fertility

Pakistan and the Philippines compared by Nasra M. Shah

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  • Philippines.


  • Fertility, Human -- Pakistan.,
  • Fertility, Human -- Philippines.,
  • Women -- Employment -- Pakistan.,
  • Women -- Employment -- Philippines.

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Bibliography: p. 44-47.

StatementNasra M. Shah and Peter C. Smith.
SeriesPapers of the East-West Population Institute ;, no. 73
ContributionsSmith, Peter Colin, 1943-
LC ClassificationsHB1050.5.A3 S47
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 47 p. ;
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL4266646M
LC Control Number81012601

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