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1. economic activities of women
2. role of women in decision-making
3. women's time allotment
4. division of labor between men & women
5. education & experience of women
6. child care (esp. while working)
7. women as land-owners/operators
8. women as heads of households
9. women's control over capital
10. life cycle of working women
11. wages & [[?]]/esp. in comp w/ men
12/ why women don't get extension services/participation in development oriented activities

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KASISHAN = MESAKAKEN
DISAYANG = DIKASIHI
SAYA (zcbaya) = KULA
-u- (oraughea) = KAWULA
KAMU (anda) = SAMPEYAN
-u- (menghormat) = PANIENENGAN
SIAPA = SINTEN
BERAPA = PINTEN
KEMANA = DATENG PUNDI
MANA = PUNDI

Transcription Notes:
just don't know what is in the parentheses on page 2

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