|Type||Working Paper - Journal of Developing Societies|
|Title||Sanctuary: A Women’s Refuge in India|
This research addresses delineations of gender roles, agency, and change in a modern urban women’s residence in north India. It explores the social relations of residents in a women’s hostel where the shaping of special community creates empowermenf through self-reflection, interaction, and negotiation, yet where also reside tensions, paradoxes, and constraints, in the merging and interplay of traditional values and those of modernity.
|»||India - Census 1981|
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