The agrarian question and the role of women as chief agricultural producers in Africa: the case of Uganda
Ayuru N., Rose
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Women's participation in agricultural production cannot be viewed outside the socio-economic, socio-cultural and political contexts of the societies in which they find themselves. Similarly, agricultural productivity must be analysed within the framework of the agrarian system in question, if a correct analysis is to be made. Furthermore, women's participation in agriculture, in particular, and in economic activities, in general, should be looked at through their role within the division of labor in a given society.