Women as a factor of urban agriculture development
The paper is focused on analysis of female labour force on family farms as a factor of urban agriculture development. The problem is being analyzed from the aspect of socio-demographic indicators of female labour force as a development potential: economic activity and level of education. The purpose of the analysis is to point out the main characteristics of female economic activity and level of education as a potential for urban agriculture development in urban and periurban area of Novi Sad.
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