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The Violence of Development: The Politics of Identity, Gender & Social Inequalities in India

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781842772072
ISBN-10: 1842772074
Pagini: 530
Dimensiuni: 138 x 216 x 32 mm
Greutate: 0.66 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: ZED BOOKS
Colecția Zed Books

Cuprins

1. Introduction: The Politics of Identity, Social Inequalities and Economic Growth
Karin Kapadia

PART I THE PARADOXES OF DEVELOPMENT
2. Between the Devil and the Deep Sea: Shrinking Options for Women in Contemporary India 
Nirmala Banerjee
3. The Violence of Gender Biased Development: Going beyond social and demographic indicators 
Padmi Swaminathan
4. Translocal Modernities and Transformations of Gender and Caste 
Karin Kapadia

PART II VIOLENCE, DIFFERENCE AND THE WOMEN‘S MOVEMENT
5. Surviving Violence, Making Peace: Women in Communal Conflict in Mumbai 
Kalpana Sharma
6. Confrontation and Negotiation: The Women‘s Movement‘s Responses to Violence Against Women
Urvashi Butalia
7. Multiple Dimensions of Violence Against Rural Women in Uttar Pradesh: Macro and Micro Realities
Nisha Srivastava

PART III WIDENING DEMOCRACY: REPORTS FROM THE FRONTLINES
8. Grassroots, Gender and Governance: Panchayati Raj Experiences from Mahila Samakhya Karnataka
Revathi Narayanan
9. Exploring Gender Inflections within Panchayat Raj Institutions: Women‘s Politicisation in Andhra Pradesh
Seemanthini Niranjana
10. New Modes of Violence: the Backlash against Women in the Panchayat System
Shail Mayaram
11. Interlocking Patriarchies and Women in Governance: A Case Study of Panchayat Raj Institutions in Tamil Nadu
Anandhi S.

PART IV A HISTORY THAT REPEATS ITSELF
12. Towards a Feminist Politics? The Indian Women‘s Movement in Historical Perspective
Samhita Sen

Notes on Contributors