The two-headed household : gender and rural development in the Ecuadorean Andes / Sarah Hamilton
- Hamilton, Sarah, 1946-
- Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- x, 296 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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- Pitt Latin American series
- Gender and rural development -- An introduction to Chanchaló -- Managers, mothers, maiden, and matriarch : five women and their families -- Women's work : production and reproduction in Cantón Salcedo -- Women's control of household economic resources : the range of variation in Cantón Salcedo -- The power of balance : structural and ideological foundations of the two-headed household -- Gender and economic change in Cantón Salcedo : the myth of the masculine market -- Development and the two-headed household : lessons learned in Chanchaló.
- Indian women—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló—Economic conditions
- Indian women—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló—Social conditions
- Indians of South America—Agriculture—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló
- Rural development—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló
- Sex role—Economic aspects—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló
- Sex discrimination against women—Ecuador—Hacienda Chanchaló
- Hacienda Chanchaló (Ecuador)—Economic conditions
- 0822940728 (acid-free paper)
0822956772 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-290) and index.
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