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  1. Introduction
  2. Discussion economic development and female manage enterprises
  3. Tendency to ignore cultural differences
  4. Conclusion

As scholarship on the role of women in the processes of development evolved, so did the assumptions and perspectives about factors at the very core of this field of study. Naturally, the most important and most difficult to fully grasp is ?women.? When it began, the field was called ?Women In Development,? which inherently creates ?women? as a relatively unified category.

[...] The woman division As scholarship on the role of women in the processes of development evolved, so did the assumptions and perspectives about factors at the very core of this field of study. Naturally, the most important and most difficult to fully grasp is When it began, the field was called ?Women In Development,? which inherently creates as a relatively unified category. Generally, it implied that women's roles in development were more or less similar and could be addressed in a similar manner because they also faced the same struggle: subjugation at the hands of men. [...]

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