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Vida conyugal y desigualdades de género en Cali (Colombia)

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  • Pedro Quintín Quílez

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REVISTA SOCIEDAD Y ECONOMIA # 14 : TEMA CENTRAL: Familia, Género y Sociedad

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  • Pedro Quintín Quílez, 2008. "Vida conyugal y desigualdades de género en Cali (Colombia)," REVISTA SOCIEDAD Y ECONOMIA - CIDSE, UNIVERSIDAD DEL VALLE - CIDSE, August.
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    Familia; Dinero; Conyuges; Empleo; Democracia;

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