Peruvian Female Industrialists and the Globalization Project: Deindustrialization and Women's Independence

Citation:

Celle de Bowman, Olga. 2000. “Peruvian Female Industrialists and the Globalization Project: Deindustrialization and Women’s Independence.” Gender and Society 14 (4): 540–9. doi: 10.1177/089124300014004004.

Author: Olga Celle de Bowman

Abstract:

This study presents a sociological profile of Peruvian female industrialists and some narratives of their struggle for personal independence and entrepreneurial success within the context of global restructuring and local deindustrialization. The study adopts the classical definition of woman's economic independence as a result of women's participation in the world of paid labor.

Topics: Economies, Gender, Women Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Peru

Year: 2000

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