A Sociological Study of Women's Educational Networks in India: Changing Lives from the Ground Up
The analysis of educational networks from a feminist perspective has not been substantially researched internationally. This study investigates the potential for networking as a leadership tool for change in not only classrooms, but also in school systems and the political arena.
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Setting the Research Stage
Women Leaders Networks and the Indian Context
The What and How of the Research Project
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