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|All Authors / Contributors:||
S Ann Dunham; Alice G Dewey; Nancy I Cooper
|Notes:||"A John Hope Franklin Center Book."|
|Description:||xxiii, 374 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.|
The socioeconomic organization of metalworking industries --
Kajar, a blacksmithing village in Yogyakarta --
Relevant macrodata --
Government interventions --
Conclusions and development implications.
|Responsibility:||S. Ann Dunham ; edited and with a preface by Alice G. Dewey and Nancy I. Cooper ; with a foreword by Maya Soetoro-Ng and an afterword by Robert W. Hefner.|
"The greetings that the village women exchanged with Mom conveyed an intimacy that made clear they had fully taken each other's measure. Their connection had been established to a sufficient degree
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A wonderful person we never got to know
Reading this work by Ann Dunham and learning of her efforts and success at the microcredit system now the standard in Indonesia was really a great experience.
I just feel sad that she is not here now to tell us much more about her son's life with her and what her impressions would be...
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- Rural industries -- Indonesia.
- Blacksmithing -- Indonesia.
- Metal-work -- Indonesia.
- Indonesia -- Rural conditions.
- Ländlicher Raum
- Economische antropologie.
- Rural conditions.
- Rural industries.