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Globalisation of Women's Development

Indira Dhull (Editor)
Synopsis Globalisation has presented new challenges for the realization of the goal of women’s equality, the gender impact of which has not been systematically evaluated fully. Benefits of the growing global economy have been unevenly distributed leading to wider economic disparities, the feminisation of poverty, increased gender inequality through often deteriorating working conditions and unsafe working environment especially in the informal economy and rural areas. This book provides a comprehensive coverage to the issues arising out of the present process of globalisation and the manner in which it affects the development of women. This work will be highly useful to development planners, researchers and all other who are interested in gender studies.
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About the author

Indira Dhull

Dr. Indira Dhull is at present working as Reader and Head, Deptt. of Education, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. She is M.A. (Eng) M.Ed. and Ph.D. (Education). She has to her credit a number of research papers and articles published in reputed research journals of Education and a book: Perspectives in Moral Education (1994). She always writes with a mission to arouse intellectual curiosity of her readers. She has presented research papers in a number of national conferences/seminaros. Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship was awarded to her in the academic year 1995-96 at Institute of Education, University of London where she was associated with Dr. Richard Cowan from research work.

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Bibliographic information

Title Globalisation of Women's Development
Author Indira Dhull
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sanjay Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 8174531610
length viii+247p., Index; 23cm.