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  • Website

    2011 Census of India

    2011

    In-text: ("2011 Census Of India")

    Your Bibliography: "2011 Census Of India." Censusindia.gov.in. N.p., 2011. Web. 25 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Boyle, M. H., Georgiades, K., Cullen, J. and Racine, Y.

    Community influences on intimate partner violence in India: Women's education, attitudes towards mistreatment and standards of living

    2009 - Social Science & Medicine

    In-text: (Boyle et al. 691-697)

    Your Bibliography: Boyle, Michael H. et al. "Community Influences On Intimate Partner Violence In India: Women's Education, Attitudes Towards Mistreatment And Standards Of Living." Social Science & Medicine 69.5 (2009): 691-697. Web.

  • Journal

    Brahmapurkar, K. P.

    Gender equality in India hit by illiteracy, child marriages and violence: a hurdle for sustainable development

    2017 - Pan African Medical Journal

    In-text: (Brahmapurkar)

    Your Bibliography: Brahmapurkar, Kishor Parashramji. "Gender Equality In India Hit By Illiteracy, Child Marriages And Violence: A Hurdle For Sustainable Development." Pan African Medical Journal 28 (2017): n. pag. Web.

  • Report

    International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) and ORC Macro

    National Family Health Survey (NFHS - 2)

    2000 - Mumbai

    In-text: (International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) and ORC Macro 75-81)

    Your Bibliography: International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) and ORC Macro. National Family Health Survey (NFHS - 2). Mumbai: N.p., 2000. Web. 25 May 2019. 1998–99: India.

  • Archive material

    Klasen, S. and Pieters, J.

    Push or Pull? Drivers of Female Labor Force Participation during India’s Economic Boom

    2012 - Göttingen

    In-text: (Klasen and Pieters)

    Your Bibliography: Klasen, Stephan, and J Pieters. Push Or Pull? Drivers Of Female Labor Force Participation During India’S Economic Boom. 2012. Discussion Paper. 6395. Göttingen.

  • Journal

    Kravdal, Ø.

    Child mortality in India: The community-level effect of education

    2004 - Population Studies

    In-text: (Kravdal 177-192)

    Your Bibliography: Kravdal, Øystein. "Child Mortality In India: The Community-Level Effect Of Education." Population Studies 58.2 (2004): 177-192. Web.

  • Journal

    Kumar, S., Gupta, S. and Abraham, G.

    ‘Masculinity and Violence against Women in Marriage: An Exploratory Study in Rajasthan’

    2002 - Men, Masculinity and Domestic Violence in India: Summary Report of Four Studies

    In-text: (Kumar, Gupta and Abraham 7-10)

    Your Bibliography: Kumar, Satish, S.D Gupta, and G Abraham. "‘Masculinity And Violence Against Women In Marriage: An Exploratory Study In Rajasthan’." Men, Masculinity and Domestic Violence in India: Summary Report of Four Studies (2002): 7-10. Web. 25 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Malhotra, A., Vanneman, R. and Kishor, S.

    Fertility, Dimensions of Patriarchy, and Development in India

    1995 - Population and Development Review

    In-text: (Malhotra, Vanneman and Kishor 281)

    Your Bibliography: Malhotra, Anju, Reeve Vanneman, and Sunita Kishor. "Fertility, Dimensions Of Patriarchy, And Development In India." Population and Development Review 21.2 (1995): 281. Web.

  • Dissertation

    Plowman, T.

    India's vocational education and training programs: Is women's participation improving household incomes?

    2008

    In-text: (Plowman)

    Your Bibliography: Plowman, Tiffany. "India's Vocational Education And Training Programs: Is Women's Participation Improving Household Incomes?." Georgetown University, 2008. Print.

  • Journal

    Rammohan, A. and Vu, P.

    Gender Inequality in Education and Kinship Norms in India

    2018 - Feminist Economics

    In-text: (Rammohan and Vu 142-167)

    Your Bibliography: Rammohan, Anu, and Patrick Vu. "Gender Inequality In Education And Kinship Norms In India." Feminist Economics 24.1 (2018): 142-167. Web.

  • Journal

    Simister, J. and Makowiec, J.

    Domestic Violence in India: Effects of education

    2008 - Indian Journal of Gender Studies

    In-text: (Simister and Makowiec 507-518)

    Your Bibliography: Simister, John, and Judith Makowiec. "Domestic Violence In India: Effects Of Education." Indian Journal of Gender Studies 15.3 (2008): 507-518. Web.

  • Report

    UN-Habitat

    Gender and Economic Development Report

    2011 - UN-HABITAT - Nairobi

    In-text: (UN-Habitat)

    Your Bibliography: UN-Habitat. Gender And Economic Development Report. Nairobi: UN-HABITAT, 2011. Web. 24 May 2019. Global Urban Economic Dialogue.

  • Report

    World Bank

    Engendering Development: Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources, and Voice

    2001 - Oxford University Press - New York

    In-text: (World Bank)

    Your Bibliography: World Bank. Engendering Development: Through Gender Equality In Rights, Resources, And Voice. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Web. 25 May 2019.

  • Report

    World Bank

    Gender Equality as Smart Economics: A World Bank Group Gender Action Plan (Fiscal Years 2007- 10)

    2006 - World Bank

    In-text: (World Bank)

    Your Bibliography: World Bank. Gender Equality As Smart Economics: A World Bank Group Gender Action Plan (Fiscal Years 2007- 10). World Bank, 2006. Web. 24 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Yumusak, I. G., Bilen, M. and Ates, H.

    The Impacts of Gender Inequality in Education on Economic Growth in Turkey

    2013 - Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences

    In-text: (Yumusak, Bilen and Ates 1093-1103)

    Your Bibliography: Yumusak, Ibrahim Guran, Mahmut Bilen, and Hamza Ates. "The Impacts Of Gender Inequality In Education On Economic Growth In Turkey." Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 103 (2013): 1093-1103. Web.

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