Author(s): Margaret Begg
Fifty Years of Structural and Social Change
This book examines the important position that women hold on New Zealand family run dairy farms. Their contribution to the national economy has largely gone unrecognised and undocumented. This book traces the evolution of such farms in New Zealand and studies the technological, social, economic and political changes that have taken place in New Zealand over the period 1946-1996. The book further shows how these changes have affected the lives of dairy farm women.
Very good condition.