Situation of unpaid work and gender in the Caribbean: The measurement of unpaid work through time-use studies
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KeywordsMUJERES; TRABAJO NO REMUNERADO; MEDICION; ESTUDIO DEL TRABAJO; GENERO; POLITICA SOCIAL; TIEMPO; ESTADISTICAS DEL USO DEL TIEMPO; TIME; TIME USE STATISTICS; WOMEN; UNPAID WORK; MEASUREMENT; WORK STUDY; GENDER; SOCIAL POLICY;
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