This work reports on the Vietnam war as seen by the GI in the jungles. It discusses current attitudes, views from Saigon, Hanoi and Phnom Penh, and other locales in the countryside.

part One|162 pages

Levels and Patterns of Female Employment

chapter 1|19 pages

Current Problems of Female Labor in the USSR

ByL. Rzhanitsyna

chapter 2|11 pages

Socioeconomic Problems of Female Employment

ByM. Ia. Sonin

chapter 3|36 pages

Features of the Development of Female Employment

ByV. G. Kostakov

chapter 4|52 pages

The Educational and Occupational Skill Level of Industrial Workers

ByA. E. Kotlior, S. Ia. Turchaninova

chapter 5|10 pages

Raising the Skill Level of Women Workers

ByN. M. Shishkan

chapter 6|16 pages

The Utilization of Female Labor in Agriculture

ByM. Fedorova

chapter 8|7 pages

Protection of Female Labor

ByN. N. Sheptulina

part Two|87 pages

The Impact of Female Employment on the Family

chapter 9|26 pages

Women's Work and the Family

ByE. E. Novikova, V. S. Iazykova, Z. A. Iankova

chapter 10|27 pages

Changing Family Roles and Marital Instability

ByA. G. Kharchev, M. S. Matskovskii

chapter 12|10 pages

Maternal Care of Infants

ByI. Katkova

chapter 13|10 pages

Women with Large Families: A Sociodemographic Analysis

ByO. Ata-Mirzaev

part Three|45 pages

A Policy Agenda for the 1980s

chapter 14|14 pages

The Quantity and Quality of Work: A Round Table

ByE. E. Novikova, B. P. Kutyrev

chapter 15|10 pages

How Working Women Combine Work and Household Duties

ByE. V. Porokhniuk, M. S. Shepeleva

chapter 16|5 pages

Part-time Employment of Women

ByL. M. Kuleshovo, T. I. Mamontova

chapter 17|14 pages

The Position of Women and Demographic Policy

ByG. Kiseleva