Unequal Citizens: A Study of Muslim Women in India
Oxford University Press, 2004 - 271 pages
This volume explores certain key issues in the lives of Muslim women in India. It is based on comprehensive survey research and fieldwork, the first of its kind done on Muslim women in India. It analyzes the contemporary state of education, employment opportunity, and marriage and other key indicators of development that map qualitative change in the lives of women.
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age at marriage age group all-India autonomy average awareness Bihar cent Muslim community differences Conflict by Age Current Marital Status decision-making Discussed the Number domestic violence earnings east zone economic employment gender Higher Graduate Secondary Hindu Muslim Religion Hindu respondents Hindus and Muslims household Husband Discussed Ideal Age important income India indicates Kerala labour legal age Lower Middle majority married mobility Muslim respondents Muslim women NFHS north zone Number of Children OBC Others Muslim percentage Permission Required physical abuse political poverty Pradesh proportion of Muslim purdah question reasons regional variation Response Figure rural north sample SC ST OBC Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes self-employed significant significantly social socio-economic status South Asia south zone survey Table Tamil Nadu Total upper caste Hindus urban areas urban south urban west Uttar Pradesh voting west zone women report Women's Education Level