Indian women in Britain: a study of information needs
Polytechnic of North London School of Librarianship, 1981 - Information services - 92 pages
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Advisory Service agencies amongst Asian Citizens Advice Bureau Community Relations Office consult cultural D.J. Smith Diwali employed employment English language extended family factors formal information formal sources friends Gundara Hindi Hindu Hinduism housewives husband immigrants Immigrants Advisory Service important Indian and Pakistani Indian community Indian minority Indian subcontinent Indian women individuals industry informal communication informal sources information services interpersonal interpersonal relationships join the library kinship knowledge of English language librarians library non-users library users linguistic literacy living marriage migration minority communities mother multicultural Muslim nuclear family number of women occupation organisations percent problems public library service Punjabi racial relatives relatives/friends relevant remains residence in Britain role rural Sikh Sikhism situation social adjustment social contact social isolation society sources of information speak English survey traditional traditionally University of Sheffield urban areas Urdu Uttar Pradesh woman women in Southall women interviewed