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Land and power: Women discover one can lead to the other
May 14, 2014
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University of California, Santa Cruz, assistant professor of psychology Shelly Grabe finds that when women in developing countries own land, they gain power within their relationships and are less likely to experience violence. Full Story
University of California, Santa Cruz
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