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Gulati, Leela, Bagchi, Jasodhara (eds.)

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ISBN 10: 076193314X ISBN 13: 9780761933144

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About this Item: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd. Condition: New. 9381345171 This is an International Edition. Brand New, Paperback, Delivery within 6-14 business days, Similar Contents as U.S Edition, printed in Black & White. Choose Expedited shipping for delivery within 3-8 business days. We do not ship to PO Box, APO , FPO Address. In some instances, subjects such as Management, Accounting, Finance may have different end chapter case studies and exercises. International Edition Textbooks may bear a label "Not for sale in the U.S. or Canada" and "Content may different from U.S. Edition" - printed only to discourage U.S. students from obtaining an affordable copy. The U.S. Supreme Court has asserted your right to purchase international editions, and ruled on this issue. Access code/CD is not provided with these editions , unless specified. We may ship the books from multiple warehouses across the globe, including India depending upon the availability of inventory storage. Customer satisfaction guaranteed. Seller Inventory # AO_9789381345177

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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Jasodhara Bagchi & Subhoranjan Dasgupta (Eds.)

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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Leela Gulati & Jasodhara Bagchi (Eds)

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About this Item: Sage Publication, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Several books have been written about the position of women in India?s patriarchal society. This collection of twelve narratives, however, focuses not so much on women?s subservient position vis-à-vis men, but on women?s relations with each other. With the authors locating their personal struggles within those of three generations of women in their families, these narratives span a period of over 100 years, and intersect both the private and public domains. Reflecting on the emotional lines of matriliny within the social structure of patriliny, each narrative in A Space of Her Own is a tale of how the author fought to establish her own personhood and create a sphere of autonomy where she is able to make decisions to nurture herself and those around her. Four themes emerge prominently from these narratives: The role of renegade predecessors in the family who set out a pattern of independence that paved the way for, or inspired, the author. The presence of mothers or grandmothers who came forward in situations of stress to exhibit unforeseen strengths; and mothers whose demand for personal space remained unfulfilled, but which became a source of determination for the author. The stories of obstacles overcome?the biggest of which is being born female in a culture that denigrates, distrusts, and ultimately fears women. The effects of external social change which, along with internal family dynamics, made the authors who they are today. It is stories such as these, the editors argue, which when repeated over generations will inspire women to live with dignity and to create and defend lives for themselves, their families, and the women who follow them. Powerful and moving, these narratives will interest students and scholars in the fields of women?s studies and cultural studies, while being widely welcomed by feminists, activists and anyone interested in the status of women in India. Printed Pages: 284. Seller Inventory # 88323

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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Leela Gulati & Jasodhara Bagchi (Eds)

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About this Item: Sage Publication, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Several books have been written about the position of women in India’s patriarchal society. This collection of twelve narratives, however, focuses not so much on women’s subservient position vis-Ã-vis men, but on women’s relations with each other. With the authors locating their personal struggles within those of three generations of women in their families, these narratives span a period of over 100 years, and intersect both the private and public domains. Reflecting on the emotional lines of matriliny within the social structure of patriliny, each narrative in A Space of Her Own is a tale of how the author fought to establish her own personhood and create a sphere of autonomy where she is able to make decisions to nurture herself and those around her. Four themes emerge prominently from these narratives: The role of renegade predecessors in the family who set out a pattern of independence that paved the way for, or inspired, the author. The presence of mothers or grandmothers who came forward in situations of stress to exhibit unforeseen strengths; and mothers whose demand for personal space remained unfulfilled, but which became a source of determination for the author. The stories of obstacles overcomeâ€"the biggest of which is being born female in a culture that denigrates, distrusts, and ultimately fears women. The effects of external social change which, along with internal family dynamics, made the authors who they are today. It is stories such as these, the editors argue, which when repeated over generations will inspire women to live with dignity and to create and defend lives for themselves, their families, and the women who follow them. Powerful and moving, these narratives will interest students and scholars in the fields of women’s studies and cultural studies, while being widely welcomed by feminists, activists and anyone interested in the status of women in India. Printed Pages: 284. Seller Inventory # 88323

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Jasodhara Bagchi & Subhoranjan Dasgupta with Subhasri Ghosh

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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About this Item: Stree, India, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Explores the many insights of Indian and western feminists analyses of motherhood both as ideology and as practice. Interrogating Motherhood, the fourth title in the Theorizing Feminism Series, reveals that an understanding of motherhood is vitally important to understanding Indian society. The ideas and practice of motherhood changed once India became a part of a global capitalist system. The book analyses motherhood both as ideology and as practice, and the complexities between motherhood and mothering where the concepts are glorified but the women remain subordinate. It further explores Indian and western feminists insights, examines the significance of mother goddesses, discusses regulations on motherhood in the wake of nation-building, and reveals the vulnerability of motherhood to the coercion of invasive technology and pressures of patriarchy where a woman must not only be a mother but also the mother of a son. Seller Inventory # AAX9789381345177

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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Himani Bannerji, Jasodhara Bagchi

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Bagchi, Jasodhara

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Jasodhara Bagchi, Leela Gulati

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Leela Gulati & Jasodhara Bagchi (Eds)

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About this Item: Sage Publication, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Several books have been written about the position of women in India’s patriarchal society. This collection of twelve narratives, however, focuses not so much on women’s subservient position vis-Ã-vis men, but on women’s relations with each other. With the authors locating their personal struggles within those of three generations of women in their families, these narratives span a period of over 100 years, and intersect both the private and public domains. Reflecting on the emotional lines of matriliny within the social structure of patriliny, each narrative in A Space of Her Own is a tale of how the author fought to establish her own personhood and create a sphere of autonomy where she is able to make decisions to nurture herself and those around her. Four themes emerge prominently from these narratives: The role of renegade predecessors in the family who set out a pattern of independence that paved the way for, or inspired, the author. The presence of mothers or grandmothers who came forward in situations of stress to exhibit unforeseen strengths; and mothers whose demand for personal space remained unfulfilled, but which became a source of determination for the author. The stories of obstacles overcomeâ€"the biggest of which is being born female in a culture that denigrates, distrusts, and ultimately fears women. The effects of external social change which, along with internal family dynamics, made the authors who they are today. It is stories such as these, the editors argue, which when repeated over generations will inspire women to live with dignity and to create and defend lives for themselves, their families, and the women who follow them. Powerful and moving, these narratives will interest students and scholars in the fields of women’s studies and cultural studies, while being widely welcomed by feminists, activists and anyone interested in the status of women in India. Printed Pages: 284. Seller Inventory # 88323

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Bagchi, Jasodhara

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Bagchi, Jasodhara

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GULATI, Leela And BAGCHI, Jasodhara (eds)

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About this Item: Sage, 2005, 2005. A study of the position of women in Indian women, in India, vis a vis each other. Soft covers - fine. Seller Inventory # 5889

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Jasodhara Bagchi (Intro.), Sarmistha Dutta Gupta & Narayani Gupta (Comp. & Eds)

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About this Item: Niyogi Books 0. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. An active career spanning seven decades is unusual. And to describe Ashoka Gupta (1912-2008) simply as a ?social worker? is not enough. Till the last day of her life, she was a dynamo, who generated exhilaration and energy in those around her. In this volume, we have tried to capture her personality through her own writing and through the recollections of others. The earliest piece by her was published in 1945, the last written in 2004. They vividly convey the ethos of the times-the terrible 1940s, through war, famine, riots, and Partition-situations when actions spoke more strongly than words. The tragedy of Partition was overtaken by the excitement and anticipation of nation-building. For Ashoka Gupta the ideals of the Indian constitution were realistic, and needed to be strengthened by ceaseless hands-on work at the grassroots. Twenty years later, she stood by her husband to battle the injustices done to the refugees from East Pakistan who had migrated in the 1960s and were being ?rehabilitated? in the wilderness called Dandakaranya. This book will be of value to scholars of history, sociology and women?s studies, for those working on Mahatma Gandhi, on communitarian relations, on legislation pertaining to women, and on institutional frameworks, particularly the All-India Women?s Conference. Printed Pages: 191. Seller Inventory # 56992

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Edited by Leela Gulati and Jasodhara Bagchi

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About this Item: Niyogi Books 0. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. An active career spanning seven decades is unusual. And to describe Ashoka Gupta (1912-2008) simply as a ‘social worker’ is not enough. Till the last day of her life, she was a dynamo, who generated exhilaration and energy in those around her. In this volume, we have tried to capture her personality through her own writing and through the recollections of others. The earliest piece by her was published in 1945, the last written in 2004. They vividly convey the ethos of the times-the terrible 1940s, through war, famine, riots, and Partition-situations when actions spoke more strongly than words. The tragedy of Partition was overtaken by the excitement and anticipation of nation-building. For Ashoka Gupta the ideals of the Indian constitution were realistic, and needed to be strengthened by ceaseless hands-on work at the grassroots. Twenty years later, she stood by her husband to battle the injustices done to the refugees from East Pakistan who had migrated in the 1960s and were being ‘rehabilitated’ in the wilderness called Dandakaranya. This book will be of value to scholars of history, sociology and women’s studies, for those working on Mahatma Gandhi, on communitarian relations, on legislation pertaining to women, and on institutional frameworks, particularly the All-India Women’s Conference. Printed Pages: 191. Seller Inventory # 56992

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Jasodhara Bagchi (Intro.), Sarmistha Dutta Gupta & Narayani Gupta (Comp. & Eds)

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, New Delhi, India, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. An active career spanning seven decades is unusual. And to describe Ashoka Gupta (1912-2008) simply as a ‘social worker’ is not enough. Till the last day of her life, she was a dynamo, who generated exhilaration and energy in those around her. In this volume, we have tried to capture her personality through her own writing and through the recollections of others. The earliest piece by her was published in 1945, the last written in 2004. They vividly convey the ethos of the times-the terrible 1940s, through war, famine, riots, and Partition-situations when actions spoke more strongly than words. The tragedy of Partition was overtaken by the excitement and anticipation of nation-building. For Ashoka Gupta the ideals of the Indian constitution were realistic, and needed to be strengthened by ceaseless hands-on work at the grassroots. Twenty years later, she stood by her husband to battle the injustices done to the refugees from East Pakistan who had migrated in the 1960s and were being ‘rehabilitated’ in the wilderness called Dandakaranya. This book will be of value to scholars of history, sociology and women’s studies, for those working on Mahatma Gandhi, on communitarian relations, on legislation pertaining to women, and on institutional frameworks, particularly the All-India Women’s Conference. Printed pages: 191 with numerous b/w & colour Illustrations. Size: 16 x 24.5 Cm. Seller Inventory # 037600

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Edited by Jasodhara Bagchi and Subhoranjan Dasgupta

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About this Item: Stree, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. The trauma of the partition in Eastern India is discussed explicitly in a way that has not happened before. Drawing upon interviews with women who were uprooted from old East Bengal in 1947, on diaries, memoirs and creative literature, the editors lift the ‘veil of silence’ that has surrounded partition. The lack of overt public discourse has meant that people outside Bengal have tended to believe that the impact was very much less on the people in the eastern region. In truth, the sufferings, the loss of life and livelihoods and of shelter were very real but of a different nature from the fast-moving horror of the Punjab. It was more like an oozing wound that seemed not to heal than a one-time severance of a limb. Seminar, Feb 2002, devoted itself to an in-depth discussion of the eastern partition, inviting Bagchi and Dasgupta to edit the issue. Many contributions have been taken from this pioneering work and many more have been added to focus on what women experienced, felt, and witnessed. Weaving together the voices of many women and incisive analysis, the book provides an invaluable discussion on displacement, rape, loss and why women pay the price. It thus traces the strenuous triumph attained in the crucible of suffering. Seller Inventory # 93536

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Jasodhara Bagchi

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About this Item: Sage Publications, 2017. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Feminist debates on motherhood. 3. Motherhood and patriarchy. 4. Nationalism and nation-building. 5. Reproductive technology: motherhood under capitalist patriarchy. Conclusion. References. Index. Explores the many insights of Indian and western feminists analyses of motherhood both as ideology and as practice. Interrogating Motherhood, the fourth title in the Theorizing Feminism Series, reveals that an understanding of motherhood is vitally important to understanding Indian society. The ideas and practice of motherhood changed once India became a part of a global capitalist system. The book analyses motherhood both as ideology and as practice, and the complexities between motherhood and mothering where the concepts are glorified but the women remain subordinate. It further explores Indian and western feminists’ insights, examines the significance of mother goddesses, discusses regulations on motherhood in the wake of nation-building, and reveals the vulnerability of motherhood to the coercion of invasive technology and pressures of patriarchy where a woman must not only be a mother but also the mother of a son. Seller Inventory # 119715

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Bagchi, Jasodhara

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ISBN 10: 8185604606 ISBN 13: 9788185604602

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Jasodhara Bagchi

Published by SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd 2017-05-11 (2017)

ISBN 10: 9381345171 ISBN 13: 9789381345177

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About this Item: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd 2017-05-11, 2017. Condition: New. Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher. Dispatch time is 24-48 hours from our warehouse. Book will be sent in robust, secure packaging to ensure it reaches you securely. Seller Inventory # NU-SGE-00009157

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Bagchi, Jasodhara

Published by SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd (2017)

ISBN 10: 9381345171 ISBN 13: 9789381345177

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