KAYA, Tuğba Erem; ATSAN, Tecer
June 2012
Turkish Journal of Agricultural Economics;Jun2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
In this study, rural women's socio-economic conditions and future expectations were examined. In the study material, Erzurum, Erzincan and Bayburt provinces with 15 rural women in the county a total of 158 units operating in 60 villages in the survey data are used. Research in the field of women interviewed 41.8% illiteracy rate is. Type the ruling families, nuclear families surveyed (80.7%), and concentrated in the first marriage age between the ages of l6-18. The average number of children per woman is 3.7, is. On average 12.7 hours a day working in the field of research, a woman, and women 9.5%, social security, is there any scroll. Economic failure, despite the problems caused by the structure of village society, women are hopeful of the future. Is not possible to solve these problems alone, women in public and private institutions should be done through the comprehensive development projects, primarily for improvements in rural areas should be given to training activities. Key Words: Rural women, rural development, socio-economic structure.


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