Sexism in Indian Education: The Lies We Tell Our Children
The Work Is Divided Into 10 Chapters - Appendices - Bibliography - Index - Why Study Sexism In Indian Textbooks - Sample And Methodology - Traditional Set-Role Model - Images Of Male And Female Characters - Sex Ratio - Biography - Leading Actors - Occupational Role Models - Comparing Of The Pre-Independence And Post Independence Role Models - Afterword - Appendices - Bibliography - Index. Title Page Slightly Damaged Otherwise In Good Condition. Without Dustjacket.
Why Study Sexism in Indian TextbooIcs? I
Sample and Methodology
Traditional Sex Role Model
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