Unequal Citizens: A Study of Muslim Women in India
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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