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Women in the Republic of Korea A Country Profile (Statistical Profiles Series, No. 16) by Economic & Social Commission for Asia & the Pacific

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Published by United Nations .
Written in English


  • Women"s studies,
  • General,
  • Sociology

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Number of Pages63
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Open LibraryOL9123258M
ISBN 109211198917
ISBN 109789211198911

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