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Women's work... in wood productsAuthor(s): Janice K. Wiedenbeck
Source: Forest Products Journal. 48(7/8): 12-23.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWomen have opportunities galore in the 1990s in wood products research, education, extension, consulting,manufacturing, marketing, and associations in North America. In the 1980s the same statement could not have been made.
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CitationWiedenbeck, Janice K. 1998. Women's work... in wood products. Forest Products Journal. 48(7/8): 12-23.
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