Gender Issues in Development

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Gender Issues in Development

Show simple item record Lalithabhai,K N Sankaranarayanan,K C 2008-05-23T07:06:20Z 2008-05-23T07:06:20Z 2003
dc.description.abstract Women participating in work outside home and the resultant change in Labour market structure placeing female labour as a strong component were breakthrough of twentieth centry. The major share of women labourers in India is crowding in agriculture, household industries and other traditional sectors. Shift in cropping pattern has adverse impacts on female labour. Female labour lost opportunities in the labour market this has adverse impact on family consumption. The study is directed to investigate the impact of female labour saving shift in cropping on female labour force participation and the resultant change in household consumption pattern the specific objectives this study are impact of change in the cropping pattern on employment, change female employment, family consumption pattern and changing situations of womenlabour in agriculture sector. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Department of Applied Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences en_US
dc.subject Women studies en_US
dc.subject Women employment en_US
dc.subject Family consumption en_US
dc.subject Agriculture employment en_US
dc.title Gender Issues in Development en_US
dc.title.alternative Impact of Shift in Cropping Pattern in Kerala on Employment of Women, Family Income and Consumption en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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