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Mechanisation and the Wheat Revolution-Effects on Female Labour in Punjab

Effects on Female Labour in Punjab Martin H Billings Arjan Singh The employment pattern of women in India is largely determined by concepts of social values and status having a bearing on economic and caste differences. Thus, ways in which farm tasks are shared between men and women vary among sub-cultures. However, with the application of the new technology in agriculture, the structure of agricultural production processes and employment patterns are undergoing rapid change.

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