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Empowerment of Women: Strategies and Systems for Gender Justice

M. Razia Parvin (Author)

Women empowerment in India traces the position of women in a historical perspective, reviews the reasons for the subordination of women, analyses the indicators of women development in India, evaluates the need for the empowerment of women, clarifies the concept of empowerment of women with its varied components and aspects, analyzes the ongoing approaches and strategies for the empowerment of women in India, critically assesses the intervention strategies of the government in the economic empowerment of women, gives insights into the development perspectives of the non-governmental organizations in women empowerment and suggests some possible strategies for the real economic empowerment of women in society.

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About the author

M. Razia Parvin

Dr. M. Razia Parvin (b. 1971) obtained her M.A. in History from Madras University in 1993 and M.Phil. in Public Affairs from the same University in 1994. After which she completed her M.A. in Sociology from Annamalai University in 1997 and Ph.D. Degree in the field of Women Studies from Madras University in 1999. She holds a PGDCS from BITS Institute, Chennai and PGDHRM from IGNOU, New Delhi. Having brilliant academic record, she has presented papers in several national and regional seminars. She has several research publications to her credit on the issues relating to empowerment of women. Presently, she is the Head of the Department in Sociology, Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women (Evening), Teynampet, Chennai.

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Title Empowerment of Women: Strategies and Systems for Gender Justice
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.04.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178882825, 9789380642277
length xiv+264p., Tables; Figures; Bibliography; Appendices; 23cm.