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Role of Women in Family

 
Geeta Tiwari (Author)
Synopsis Indian women particularly those in the north fare poorly. Girls are typically married as young adolescents are taken from their natal homes to live in their husband’s households. The consequences of women’s unfavourable status in India include discrimination in the allocation of household resources such as food and in access to health care and education as well as marriage at young ages. The Integrated child development Services Programme is to improve the nutritional and health status of pregnant women. The primary place is seen as being within the home and this value is reflected in the content and setting of most of the programmes.
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About the author

Geeta Tiwari

Dr. Geeta Tiwari is a Senior Assistant professor in Home Science. She has been actively involved in teaching Human Development at undergraduate and postgraduate levels for the last seven years. Her core area of interest is Human Development and child Psychology with special reference to Adolescent behaviour and family relationships. Dr. Tiwari obtained a doctorate in Home Science from the university of Assam, and has experience of teaching and guiding research work at various levels. She has attended several seminars, symposiums and workshops related to Women and Child Development.

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Bibliographic information

Title Role of Women in Family
Author Geeta Tiwari
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sumit Enterprises
Language: English
isbn 8184200056
length viii+241p., Index; 23cm.