The role of women in aquaculture in the Philippines: obstacles and future options
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Felsing, M., & Baticados, D. (2001). The role of women in aquaculture in the Philippines: obstacles and future options. In K. Kusakabe & G. Kelkar (Eds.), Gender concerns in aquaculture in southeast Asia (pp. 85–92). Bangkok, Thailand: Gender and Development Studies, School of Environment Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology.
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