No longer a 'happy balance': the decline of female status in Khmer village culture
Anthropology and community in Cambodia : reflections on the work of May Ebihara, edited John A Marston • (70) • Published In 2011 • Pages: 171-188
By: Frieson, Katie, Marston, John A. (John Amos), Ebihara, May.
AbstractThis document review's May Ebihara's previous work on the status of Cambodian rural women based on fieldwork undertaken in 1990-2006. The aim is to explore effects of political repression on male-female relations and village life. The discussion shows that the upheavals of the war years in the 1970s have permanently changed male-female relations including the demographic balance because of high male casualty.
- HRAF PubDate
- Sub Region
- Southeast Asia
- Document Type
- Teferi Abate Adem; 2012
- Coverage Date
- Coverage Place
- Kate Grace Frieson
- for bibliographical references see document 190