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Families in the Developing Countries

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 413
RC06 Family Research (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Ria SMIT, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Will Family Policy Development in South Africa Free Itself from Ideology? (Oral Presentation)
Marlize RABE, University of South Africa, South Africa

Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in Kyrgyzstan (Oral Presentation)
Premchand DOMMARAJU, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Victor AGADJANIAN, Arizona State University, USA

Economic, Social Change and Son-Preference in Nepal (Oral Presentation)
Mayuko SANO, Fukuoka-prefectural university, Japan

How Has Reformasi Affected Family Life? The Views Of Women In Jakarta, Indonesia (Oral Presentation)
JooEan TAN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Augustina SITUMORANG, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia

Bridging the Gap Between Overseas Filipino Workers and Their Families through Social Media (Distributed Paper)
Cristine OCENAR, Social Weather Stations, Philippines; Gianne Sheena SABIO, Social Weather Stations, Philippines

5 Pm-10 Pm: Interrogating Domestic Inequality (Distributed Paper)
Suhrita SAHA, Presidency University, India

Intimacy in Mexican Society over the XX Century (Distributed Paper)
Rosario ESTEINOU, CIESAS, Mexico

Gendered Division of Labour and Perceived Fairness (Distributed Paper)
Renzo CARRIERO, UniversitÓ di Torino, Italy; Lorenzo TODESCO, UniversitÓ di torino, Italy; Carmen BELLONI, UniversitÓ Torino, Italy

Health & Nutritionalstatus of Indian College Girls ľUrban and RURAL Conglomeration (Distributed Paper)
Maitreyee BARDHAN ROY, Basanti Devi College, India

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