Challenging the NGOs: Women, Religion and Development in India

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I. B. Tauris, Jul 8, 2006 - Political Science - 276 pages
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Tamsin Bradley examines the interfaces between religion, gender, anthropology and social development and focuses on the operation of grass roots Non-Governmental Organizations. She argues that these agencies need to adopt a new methodology if they are to increase efficiency. This is made clear in a series of ethnographic case studies documenting the experiences of three Rajasthani village women.

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Contents

The Development Discourse
1
Feminist Politics
35
Understanding the Image of Sita
65
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Tamsin Bradley is a Lecturer in Development Studies at London Metropolitan University

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