By Bina Fernandez,Meena Gopal,Orlanda Ruthven
This ebook brings jointly a distinct number of theoretical and empirical analyses of women’s entry to land, labour and livelihoods in modern India. The authors realize that gender family has to be considered intersectionally, alongside with different social relationships corresponding to caste, ethnicity, faith, sexuality and age, with a purpose to tell an built-in research of women’s power drawback in India. The chapters research a various diversity of rural and concrete livelihoods inside sectors equivalent to tea plantations, nursing, hair salons, intercourse paintings and waste assortment. Documenting the shifts in those sectors within the context of monetary liberalization, the authors provide insights at the demanding situations of improvement interventions as ladies negotiate shifts of their livelihood strategies. Written to have interaction, the contributions to this booklet can be of curiosity either to the final reader and to teachers and practitioners in improvement and gender/women’s studies.