Gender and Discrimination: Health, Nutritional Status, and Role of Women in India
Edited by Manoranjan Pal,
Bholanath Ghosh and
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Gender discrimination has far reaching consequence on society. With contributions by experts from diverse fields, this volume provides fresh perspectives on gender bias, wage inequality, and intra-household discrimination. It also analyses various aspects of discrimination in the spheres of health, nutrition, and work. Using case studies from India and other South Asian countries, it provides alternative methods for measuring gender differentials and discrimination.
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