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Illustrations Maps Indonesia 57 D. I. Yogyakarta 58 Tables 3.1. Gender Role Perceptions by Gender and Village 119 3.2. Gender Role Perceptions and Paid Employment Status 121 3.3. Primary Job by Village and Gender 123 3.4. Gender Division of Household Chores by Village 129 3.5.  Average Numbers and Percents of Household Chores Performed by Types of Household Members in Two Javanese Villages 130 3.6.  Household Chores Performed by Types of Household Members by Women’s Paid Employment Status 133 4.1. Primary and Secondary Job by Village and Husband/Wife 142 4.2.  Primary and Secondary Job Controlling for Village and Husband/Wife 156 4.3. Rice Cultivation Tasks by Responsible Person and Village 159 4.4.  Nonrice Cultivation Tasks by Responsible Person and Village 161 4.5.  Mean Number and Percentage of Agricultural Tasks by Responsible Personand Village 163 x Illustrations 4.6.  Wives’ and Husbands’ Roles in Agricultural Decision Making in Two Villages 165 Photos Following page 92 Bird’s-eye view of village in Sleman (1995) Women planting paddies in Sleman (1995) Close-up of women planting paddies in Sleman (1995) Trading next to the field in Sleman (1995) Washing clothes in Sleman (1995) Women vendors in the market in Sleman (1995) Bu Simba’s kitchen before renovations (1995) Arisan in Sleman (1995) Siti and village head in front of village office in Sleman (1996) Subvillage head and wife in Sleman (2004) Subvillage head, Ann, and colleague in Sleman (2004) Prosperous farm family in Sleman (2007) Woman harvesting rice with sickles in Sleman (2007) Loading a rice-hulling machine in Sleman (2007) Candidate for village head in Bantul (1996) Women at pengajian in Bantul (2004) Gathering for arisan in Bantul (2007)  Winning money at arisan in Bantul (2007) Kitchen in Bantul (2007) Bu Muji in her kitchen in Bantul (2007) Judging a PKK food-preparation contest in Bantul (2007) ...


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