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Jōhō shakai o ikiru onnatachi : komyunikēshon no shiten kara / Iwao Sumiko, Takenaga Nobuyuki hen
情報社会を生きる女たち : コミュニケーションの視点から / 岩男寿美子, 武長脩行編
Bib ID 1752901
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Nihon Hōsō Shuppan Kyōkai, Heisei 3 [1991] 
東京 : 日本放送出版協会, 平成 3 [1991] 
219 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 4140016264
Series

NHK bukkusu ; 626.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 216-219).

Subjects Women -- Employment -- Japan -- Effect of technological innovations on.  |  Women -- Japan -- Social networks.
Other authors/contributors Iwao, Sumiko, 1935-  |  Takenaga, Nobuyuki, 1946-
岩男寿美子, 1935-  |  武長脩行, 1946-

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