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Goswami, Samir, and Mark P. Lagon. Almost a Miracle: Encouraging Inclusive Growth
in India. 2013 : 5157.
Goswami and Lagon describe many of the problems with economic development in
Extra Credit Summary: Chapter 12
When it comes to development, as we have discussed in class several times, it isnt a
black and white affair. Some aspects of development are good, and some are bad. While
development does help many
The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of development in India
with respect to gender inequality and the womens movement. Functionalist
scholars have written about the purpose of inequality in
Annotated Bibliography 6
Fass, Paula S. Children and Globalization. Journal of Social History 36.4 (2003): 963977.
Fass discusses the developing minds of children and adolescents and how they are shaped
through the societal development
Annotated Bibliography 7
Basu, Amrita, and Raka Ray. Fields of Protest: Womens Movements in India.
Contemporary Sociology 59.4 (2000).
Ray and Basu studied womens activism in two cities Bombay and Calcutta. Both
Annotated Bibliography 2
"Indian Women Rise Up Against Culture of Violence." The Toronto Star 20 Dec.
2012:. LexisNexis Academic. Web.
The purpose of this article is to describe some of the outrage and changing cultural be
Annotated Bibliography 3
Leach, Fiona, and Shashikala Sitaram. Microfinance and Empowerment: A Womens Lesson
from India. Development in Practice 12.5 (2002): 575588.
Fiona Leach and Shashikala Sitaram take a neoliberal app
Annotated Bibliography 5
Baruah, B. Gender and Globalization: Opportunities and Constraints Faced by Women
in the Construction Industry in India. Labor Studies Journal 35.2 (2008): 198221.
Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
In this publica
Annotated Bibliography 1
Leonard, Karen. "Women in India: Some Recent Perspectives." Pacific Affairs 52.1 (1979): 95107. JSTOR. Web.
In this article, Karen Leonard explores some of the major issues facing women in India
Annotated Bibliography 4
Arora, Rashmi Umesh. Gender Inequality, Economic Development, and Globalization: A State
Level Analysis of India. The Journal of Developing Areas 46.1 (2012).
Aroras research explores how gender in
Hi everyone, Im Anna. For this class, I focused my research on the womens movement in India
and the role development has played in furthering gender equality. For my purposes, when I say
development, I dont mean solely economic development, but social and
Torri, M. C., and A. Martinez. Womens Empowerment and Micro-Entrepreneurship in India:
Constructing a New Development Paradigm? Progress in Development Studies 14.1
(2013): 3148. Web. 1 Apr. 2014.
George and Kohr explore the det
May 9, 2015
Development: An Indian Womans Best Friend?
The land now defined politically as the state of India has been colonized by
many different European powers, including Portugal, France, Denmark, and Britain.
Social Change Quiz 1
1. The beginning of capitalism
I would argue that capitalism emerged out of the land-owner (lord) and serf relationships. For
quite some time, especially in the western world, land ownership was the dividing l