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Eventually major changes resulted from such programs, but initially they provoked intense public opposition.For example, women who appeared in public without the traditional all-enveloping Muslim veil were ostracized by society or even killed by relatives for supposedly shaming their families by what was considered unchaste behavior.Although the employment of indigenous women in industry continued to grow even after the war, they remained a small fraction of the industrial labor force after independence.In the early 1980s, women made up 51 percent of Tajikistan's population and 52 percent of the work force on collective farms, and 38 percent of the industrial labor force, 16 percent of transportation workers, 14 percent of communications workers, and 28 percent of civil servants.Despite all this, women provided the core of the work force in certain areas of agriculture, especially the production of cotton and some fruits and vegetables.
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