Education, Equality and Development: Persistent Paradoxes in India Women's History brings perspectives from several developing countries and discusses the continued gender inequality despite improvements on issues of child marriage, female mortality, literacy and labour force participation. It articulates the complex relationship between education, women's equality and their participation in development. Discussions with women from diverse sections of Indian society provide a qualitative appraisal of the ground realities in India for students and scholars of sociology, gender studies and cultural studies.
|Series:||Women, Equality and the Republic: Landmarks in the Indian Story|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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