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Nimble fingers, clenched fists : dynamics of structure, agency, and women's spaces in a manufacturing company / Aileen May C. Paguntalan
Bib ID 2489741
Format BookBook
Author
Paguntalan, Aileen May C
 
Description [Quezon City] : UP-Center for Women's Studies : Ford Foundation, c2002 
xi, 193 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 971872026X
Series

Gender, reproductive health, and development project book series.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [185]-193).

Subjects Women employees -- Philippines.  |  Sex discrimination in employment -- Philippines.
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Dynamics of structure, agency, and women's spaces in a manufacturing company

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