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Patterns of Gender Violence

 
Sushma Yadav (Editor) Anil Dutta Mishra (Editor)
Synopsis This book is an outcome of the collective endeavour of scholars with a deep interest in women's studies who have examined the various aspects of Gender Violence in Indian society. It provides a spectrum treatment to the different conceptual and theoretical issues of gender violence. It reflects a shared commitment that centres on the material reality of women’s lives and aims at generation of strategies for eliminating gender violence which have the potential of generating a nationwide debate. The book puts forward a gendered analysis of violence. It uses a wide definition of violence to examine the impact of violence on gender relations and on different groups of women. After a general discussion of the major theoretical questions involved in the study of gender and violence, the analysis is developed through an indepth study of different areas/case studies in the Indian context. Weaving together material from a wide range of disciplines such as, politics, sociology, history, development studies and women’s studies, the book seeks to provide comprehensive analysis of gender and violence in India. The various contributors to this volume seek to address violence towards women as a central issue by producing new research data and theoretical insights, demonstrating that violence against women is socially constructed along gender lines. But this violence goes further than empirical description. The chapters display the hierarchical nature of a society, where gender stratification is fundamental and violence, and its threat, play a major role in social control of women. The contributors to this volume are well known social scientists from diverse disciplines. It will be helpful to academicians, researchers, and students at large who have interest in gender studies. It may prove equally useful for the policy makers and women activists for understanding the patterns of gender violence.
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About the authors

Sushma Yadav

Dr. Sushma Yadav is a Reader in Political Science at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi, Delhi. She has had a brilliant academic career and participated in an presented papers at a number of national and international conferences. She is the author / editor of about nine books. Her major publications include Political Culture in Post-Independent India (1989), Issues in Indian Politics (1994), Culture and Politics (1998), Indian State: Origin & Development (2000), Gender Violence in India (2002), etc. and has published more than two dozen articles and research papers in various journals. She is actively associated with a number of professional organizations / institutions in various capacities. Presently, she is working on Gender & Human Rights.

Anil Dutta Mishra

Dr. Anil Dutta Mishra started his career as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Non violence and Peace Studies, Jain Vishva Bharati Institutes (Deemed University), Ladnun, Rajasthan. His area of specialization includes Indian Government and Politics, Grass root Politics, Women's Studies, Ecology and Human Rights. He has been connected with a number of national and international organizations in various capacities like-Associate Secretary of Indian Society of Gandhian Studies, Ganeral Secretary of Alliance for Sarvodaya, Secretary General of Human Development Foundation, and Member Board of Studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh. He has authored / edited 12 books and published a number of research papers in leading professional journals. His earlier books Problems and Prospects of Working Women in Urban India (1994); Fundamentals of Gandhism (1995); Gandhian Approach to Contemporary Problems (1996); Decentralised Planning in India: A Study of Objectives and Operational Framework (1999); Gender perspectives: Participation, Empowerment and Development (1999); Perspectives on Human Rights (2002); Rediscovering Gandhi (2002); Gender Violence in India (2002); Challenges of Twenty First Century and Gandhian Alternative (2003) and India and Canada: Past, Present and Future (2003) were well received and widely acclaimed. Presently he is working on Gandhian Experiments in India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Patterns of Gender Violence
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Radha Publications
Language: English
isbn 8174872582
length x+236p., Tables; References; Figures; Index; 23cm.