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Gender-Specific Patterns of Poverty and (Over-)Consumption in Developing and Developed Countries

  • Minu Hemmati
Part of the Advances in Global Change Research book series (AGLO, volume 8)

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Gender Role Consumer Behaviour Sustainable Consumption Travel Pattern Conspicuous Consumption 
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