ISBN: 9789384757113, 938475711X
P. Chatterji et al.
ISBN: 9788188965885, 818896588X
This book questions marriage as a self-evident, timeless, and unitary institution, and considers the complex negotiations of everyday intimate, economic, sexual, domestic, and procreative arrangements that occur under the sign of marriage.
Subha Rao, Twarakavi Venkata (1950- )
ISBN: 9788171004386, 8171004385
Guhathakurta, Meghna (ed.)
ISBN: 9788131607626, 8131607623
The present volume is an effort to map various issues and challenges confronting the universal task of gender parity.
ISBN: 9789351252856, 935125285X
The volume has addressed a wide array of current social issues and problems relevant to women in India from a sociological standpoint and a gendered perspective.
Behera, Deepak Kumar et al. (ed.)
Chatterji, Angana P. et al (ed.)
ISBN: 9788189013370, 8189013378
Bhattacharya, RK (ed.)
ISBN: 9788185579481, 8185579482
ISBN: 9789350096352, 9350096358
ISBN: 9789382074441, 9382074449
Dastidar, Ruchi Ghosh (ed.)
ISBN: 9788180698101, 8180698106
This book brings together various research articles and reports on the subject of crime and women. It deals with issues of crime against women and some issues of women in crime.
ISBN: 9788172113094, 8172113099
ISBN: 9788178243382, 8178243385
The book straddles the areas of gender studies, history, and Asian studies while underscoring the resonance of these women's lives with those of other women across South Asia and the West.
ISBN: 9788178241821, 817824182X
The notion of the threshold, indicating the restricted periphery of the `women's place' in family and society, was firmly embedded in the psyche of nineteenth-century women in Western India. Yet some remarkable and articulate women (who are the focus of this book) `transgressed' patriarchal boundaries-crossing thresholds, literally and metaphorically-to make their mark in the public sphere. The...
Halder, Debarati et al.
ISBN: 9789385985775, 9385985779
Pandey, Miti (b.1967)
ISBN: 9788176253628, 8176253626
Irudayam, Aloysius et al
ISBN: 9788189884697, 8189884697
The study presents an analytical overview of the complexities of systemic violence that Dalit women face.
Anand, Meena (ed.)
ISBN: 9788182050846, 8182050847
ISBN: 9789383166183, 9383166185
One of the only ethnographic studies of Dalit women, this book gives a rich account of individuals Dalit women's lives and documents a rise in patriarchy in the community.
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