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Feminism and Women's Rights

 
Anju Bindra (Author)
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Feminism refers to politics, cultural and economic movements seeking greater, equal, or among a minority, superior rights and participation in society for women and girls. These rights and means of participation include legal protection and inclusion in politics, business, and scholarship and recognition and building of women’s cultures and power. It concepts overlap with those of women’s rights. Feminism is controversial for challenging traditions in many fields and especially for supporting shifting the political balance toward women. Some feminists argue that men cause and benefit form sexism; while other argue that all people are harmed by gender roles and therefore that feminism is for women and men. Feminists are persons of either sex, or females only in which case males may be profeminists, who believe in feminism.

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About the author

Anju Bindra

Anju Bindra, B.A. (Hons). L.L.B. (Agra University), L.L.M. (Devi-Ahilya Unioversity), is a Lecturer in the faculty of Law, University of Mumbai. She has previously worked for the Indian Attorney-General's Department and the Indian Human Rights Commission, and has taught at the University of Delhi. She has worked with a number of international and local organisations in the area of human rights including women's rights. Presently she is Secretary of the Center for Constitutional Rights in Hyderabad and a consultant to the women's programs of the International Indian Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Delinquency.

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Bibliographic information

Title Feminism and Women's Rights
Author Anju Bindra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.09.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789381142394
length viii+296p., Bibliography; Index; 22cm.