13.0491 education in women's volunteer organisations?

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             Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 20:04:02 +0000
             From: "Patricia J. Moran" <pjmoran@tsufl.edu>
             Subject: sources for education in women's volunteer orgs

    I am not looking for only computer sources on
    these two subjects; anything anyone knows about
    either would help me very much. I am writing a
    dissertation on informal/nonformal education in
    women's volunteer associations. The two
    problematic terms I've struggled with are "Bundu
    societies" (Sierra Leone, etc.) and "Mahila
    Samitis." The
    latter is, I think, a word-for-word translation of
    "Women's Institutes" (called the WI in England,
    Wales, Canada, and Lesotho). Any knowledge of
    on-line bibliographies would be treasured.
    Patricia J. Moran, Ph.D. student (Florida State
    University); adjunct faculty member, Troy State
    University-Florida Region. Thank you, in advance,
    for any answers.

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