African Women. Their struggle for economic independence.


African Women is a study of the everyday struggles of women in East Africa to support theselves economically.The aim of these women is clear-to be more independant of consequence of this has been their migration from traditional village society to the apparently less restrictive life of the city.Chistine Obbo’s book grew out of her research in Uganda and Kenya during the 1970’s It portrays the attitudes of ordinary women–both villagers and those living in the cities–to their relatinships with men,

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Limp illustrated card covers,a little shelf-rubbed and with faded spine.Size 8×5 pp 10+166,inc relevant reading,references,lists,tables,no plates,text only.Hinges good,Binding tight(suggest unread),internaly nice and clean thoughout.A Birthday greeting and date(in biro)to inside front cover.No foxing,staining or browning,In general,a nice clean copy.


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