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Reasonable pay to the reproducer of the assortment under the obligatory permit observing the way of the assortment, the consumption caused by the raiser in creating it and other significant components, and
However, women as reproducers of the work force remained economically essential in the nineteenth century.
Within patriarchal discourse, women are considered as biological reproducers of the nation, and are thus constructed in traditional nationalist discourse as symbolic bearers of the collectivity's identity and honour: the icon of a mother symbolises in many cultures the spirit of the nation, as is the case of Mother Russia, Mother India or Mother Ireland.
Such women have had the total meaning of their lives preempted by male teachers who see nothing of value save their capacity as biological reproducers.
As women are the reproducers and make up 70 per cent of the poor, this emphasis makes sense.
Given that the transformation of a firm "involves a major change in an organization over time and represents a substantial variation, planned or unplanned, that has been selected and retained" (Aldrich, 1999:194), the presence of successful small e-firms is crucial to both reproducers and innovators.
Kesic underlines the importance of the idea that "Every Crotian women should give birth to at least four new Croats" in the description of women as biological reproducers of the nation.
But according to demographics researcher Joseph Lee Rodgers from the University of Oklahoma it's all down to something called the "misinformed reproducers hypothesis".
To Offen, the discourse pervading the Enlightenment, although ripe with antifeminist sentiment, was a breeding ground for simmering feminist concerns, including (but not limited to) institutionalized marriage, women's education, and women's "civilizing mission"--the notion of women fulfilling their civic duty through their role as mothers and reproducers of nations.
Whilst electrical recording began in 1925, electrical reproduction first appeared in 1928, with a price tag that only the very wealthy could afford: by the time cheap electrical reproducers appeared the industry was in what many saw as terminal collapse.
Women are glorified as reproducers of war machines and of soldiers.