Gender and Politics in India

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Nivedita Menon
Oxford University Press, 2001 - Political Science - 539 pages
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This volume presents a view of feminist theory and politics in India in the form of debates within the movement on key issues. The essays focus on important strands and arguments within Indian feminism, providing for an inclusion of disparate voices without privileging any one over the other.

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Contents

GENDER AND ENVIRONMENT
37
Women Ecology and Culture
72
WORK
143
Impact of Technological Change on Industrial
178
LAW
195
THE WOMENS MOVEMENT
297
The Contemporary
342
Feminists Womens Movement and
370
WOMEN COMMUNITY RIGHTS
381
The Question of
441
VICTIMHOODAGENCY
473
Problems for a Contemporary Theory of Gender
494
SEXUALITY
527
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About the author (2001)

Nivedita Menon is at Lady Shri Ram College.

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