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Changing Gender Equation: With Special Reference to Nagaland

Kedilezo Kikhi & Narola Dangi Kikhi (Eds)

ISBN 10: 818370185X / ISBN 13: 9788183701853
Published by Akansha Publishing House, 2009
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Gender inequality is a problem of mindsets and attitudes. Patriarchy influences the Worldview of women as much as it does that of men. Hence women themselves resist change unless they are trained to think out of the box of patriarchy. Nag Society is steeped in patriarchal values, and Gender seems to be only a politically correct stance we talk at meetings and discussions. Gender disparities still abound. We have come a long way, but we have only made Progress toward changing the situation rather than eradicating it. The present volume meticulously prepared by the two young Nag scholars is also in line with the same trend. The collection of Essays contributed by the cross-sections of Professional sociologists, journalists, administrators and a few young researchers provides a panoramic view of the changing gender equation in Naga society. Definitely, this Edition will be a beneficial reading for all the sections of people in Nag land and elsewhere. Table of Contents Foreword Our Contributors 1. Changing Gender Equation Compared Cross Culturally/Kedilezo Kikhi & Narola Dangti Kikhi 2. Globalisation and Empowerment of Women An Observation in Indian Context/Arjun Das 3. Women Empowerment Sans Power/Amiya Kumar Das 4. Gender Conflicts whose End does it Serve/Chandan Debnath 5. The Naga Marriage/Monalisa Chandkija 6. Changing Gender Equity and Status Achievement/Visakhonu Hibo 7. Status of Women with Special Reference to Naga society/Athungo Ovung 8. Inheritance and Gender Implications with Special Reference to the Southern Angami Group/Chritsina Kekhrieseno 9. Khiamuiungan Women : The Changing Status/N S Khaikho 10. women Emancipation in angami Society/Koseno 11. Border Trade Among the Lotha Women and the Ahoms/Lichumo Enie 12. women and Crime a Sociological Examination of Women Criminals in Nagaland/M Temjen Longkumer 13. Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups in Nagaland/Elizabeth Vithazonu 14. Naga Women and Political Participation an Overview/Viraho Hibo Printed Pages: 180. Bookseller Inventory # 62924

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Title: Changing Gender Equation: With Special ...

Publisher: Akansha Publishing House

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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Gender inequality is a problem of mindsets and attitudes. Patriarchy influences the worldview of women as much as it does that of men. Hence women themselves resist change unless they are trained to think out of the box of patriarchy. Naga society is steeped in patriarchal values, and gender seems to be only a politically correct stance we talk at meetings and discussions. Gender disparities still abound. We have come a long way, but we have only made progress toward changing the situation rather than eradicating it. The present volume meticulously prepared by the two young Naga scholars is also in line with the same trend. The collection of essays contributed by the cross-sections of professional sociologists, journalists, administrators and a few young researchers provides a panoramic view of the changing gender equation in Naga society.

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