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Country rankings of the status of women : poor, powerless and pregnant.

Washington, D.C. : Population Crisis Committee, 1988.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 79 x 67 cm.

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Gray poster with multicolor lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual images are multicolor maps and a bar graph. The images summarize data presented in a chart on the right side of the poster. The chart features scores of women's status regarding health, marriage and children, education, employment, and social equality. No country scores in the "excellent" range. Sweden has the highest score (87--very good) and Bangladesh has the lowest (21.5--extremely poor). Many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are not included. Publisher information in lower right corner.

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<p>Gray poster with multicolor lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual images are multicolor maps and a bar graph.  The images summarize data presented in a chart on the right side of the poster.  The chart features scores of women's status regarding health, marriage and children, education, employment, and social equality.  No country scores in the "excellent" range.  Sweden has the highest score (87--very good) and Bangladesh has the lowest (21.5--extremely poor).  Many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are not included.  Publisher information in lower right corner.</p>
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Country rankings of the status of women : poor, powerless and pregnant.

Washington, D.C. : Population Crisis Committee, 1988.

<p>Gray poster with multicolor lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual images are multicolor maps and a bar graph.  The images summarize data presented in a chart on the right side of the poster.  The chart features scores of women's status regarding health, marriage and children, education, employment, and social equality.  No country scores in the "excellent" range.  Sweden has the highest score (87--very good) and Bangladesh has the lowest (21.5--extremely poor).  Many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are not included.  Publisher information in lower right corner.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 79 x 67 cm.

ABSTRACT

Gray poster with multicolor lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual images are multicolor maps and a bar graph. The images summarize data presented in a chart on the right side of the poster. The chart features scores of women's status regarding health, marriage and children, education, employment, and social equality. No country scores in the "excellent" range. Sweden has the highest score (87--very good) and Bangladesh has the lowest (21.5--extremely poor). Many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are not included. Publisher information in lower right corner.

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