This knitting together pivots on how household practices and economies are translated and transferred to the market, as well as how market practices and economic principles become integral to the nature and construction of the household. Exploring the cultural identities and economic practices of women traders in ten diverse locales Bolivia, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Peru, and the Philippines the authors pay special attention to the effects of global forces, national economic policies, and nongovernmental organizations on women s participation in the market and the domestic sector. The authors also consider the impact that women s economic and political activities in social movements, public protests, and more hidden kinds of subversive behavior have on state policy, on the attitudes of different sectors of society toward female traders, and on the dynamics of the market itself.The item "Women Traders in Cross-Cultural Perspective Mediating Identities, Marketing" is in sale since Tuesday, December 15, 2020. This item is in the category "Books, Magazines\Non-Fiction Books". The seller is "yourglobalmall" and is located in Commerce, CA.
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