The Legal Status of Rural Women in nineteen Latin American countries
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I. The subordination of rural women in law in Latin America: Introduction
II. Review of Latin-American rural woman's legal status30
III. The subordination of women in law: remarks, proposals and strategies for change
Annex I - Case studies on Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico and Venezuela: an overview
Annex II - Glossary of legal terms used in the study