Workshop on the Impact of Industrialisation on the Family
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Workshop on the Impact of Industrialisation on the Family Wednesday 13th to Friday 15 April, 1994 by Workshop on the Impact of Industrialisation on the Family (1994 Beau-Bassin, Mauritius)

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Published by Government Servants" Association in [Beau-Bassin, Mauritius] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Mauritius

Subjects:

  • Family -- Mauritius -- Congresses,
  • Work and family -- Mauritius -- Congresses,
  • Industrialization -- Social aspects -- Mauritius -- Congresses,
  • Economic development -- Social aspects -- Congresses

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Edition Notes

StatementGovernment Servants" Association.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsGovernment Servants" Association (Mauritius)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ703 .W67 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination5, 2, 3, [1], 2, 2, 3 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL962741M
LC Control Number95980907

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