Hmong Marriage Customs: The Vehicle by Which Hmong Women's Social Status is Subordinated and Male Dominated Social Structure is Established and Perpetuated
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Hmong (Asian people)
Hmong (Asian people) -- marriage customs and rites
status of women
Undergraduate project for ENGL 484: "Feminist Theory and Criticism," Fall 2004. Submitted by instructor Stacy Thompson for student award in the 2005 award cycle.
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