Author(s): Kenneth Bo Nielsen, Anne Waldrop
The tempo of socioeconomic transformation in India during the last two and a part a long time has been ambitious. This quantity sheds gentle on how those transformations have performed out on the stage of on a regular basis existence to persuade the lives of Indian ladies, and gender members of the family extra extensively. Through ethnographically grounded case research, the authors painting the contradictory and contested co-existence of discrepant gendered norms, values and visions in a society stuck up in wider processes of sociopolitical alternate. Women, Gender and Everyday Social Transformation in India strikes the talk on gender and social transformation into the area of on a regular basis existence to reach at in the neighborhood embedded and detailed, ethnographically knowledgeable analyses of gender members of the family in real-life contexts that foreground each diffused and not-so-subtle negotiations and contestations.