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Title: Women participation and development: a case study from rural Punjab
Authors: Jhurani, Kamlesh
Keywords: Women's studies;Gender and sexuality;Women in development -- India -- Punjab;Women's rights -- India -- Punjab;Rural women -- India -- Punjab -- Social conditions;Sex discrimination against women -- India -- Punjab;Rural women -- Social conditions;Sex discrimination against women;Women in development;Women's rights
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Centre for Women's Development Studies
Description: "As some of the employment generation projects are compelled to go in for mechanisation to some extent, this necessitates continuous exploration of markets for sustained employment and it is for the intervening agency to guide and these women to work in this direction. While working towards goals of social consciousness along with income generation, there must be a blend of ideological goals, organisational goals and business values."
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