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Agrarian Transformation in A Tobacco-Growing Village And Women's Labor / ''Bir tütün köyünde tarımsal dönüşüm ve kadın emeği"
I grew up in a medium-sized Turkish Village, situated in the interior Aegean region of Western Turkey, which has relatively infertile and arid land on which villagers have been producing best quality tobacco since the 1960s. The land is not suitable for most other crops, such as cotton, which require an irrigation system. The village has some fertile and wet land near Banaz River, a small river that enables some families to grow vegetables and grapes. Apart from tobacco, until its productiondoaj:0822f25646cf4e719adfe82bf802f6ae fatcat:i4uvjbvjxne2hp4qtfyaipyyg4