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  • Newspaper

    Chandran, R.

    More than 40% of India's women confined to domestic work, report says.

    2016 - Reuters

    In-text: (Chandran)

    Your Bibliography: Chandran, Rina. "More Than 40% Of India's Women Confined To Domestic Work, Report Says.." Reuters 2016. Web. 30 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Haraldsson, A. and Wängnerud, L.

    The effect of media sexism on women’s political ambition: evidence from a worldwide study

    2018 - Feminist Media Studies

    In-text: (Haraldsson and Wängnerud 1-17)

    Your Bibliography: Haraldsson, Amanda, and Lena Wängnerud. "The Effect Of Media Sexism On Women’S Political Ambition: Evidence From A Worldwide Study." Feminist Media Studies (2018): 1-17. Web. 30 May 2019.

  • Website

    Hinduism

    2019

    In-text: ("Hinduism")

    Your Bibliography: "Hinduism." HISTORY. N.p., 2019. Web. 30 May 2019.

  • Newspaper

    Hunter, E.

    Poverty leaves India in huge literacy problem still to solve

    2018 - Theirworld

    In-text: (Hunter)

    Your Bibliography: Hunter, Elaine. "Poverty Leaves India In Huge Literacy Problem Still To Solve." Theirworld 2018. Web. 29 May 2019.

  • Newspaper

    Narayan, D.

    India is the most country for women. It must face reality.

    2018 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Narayan)

    Your Bibliography: Narayan, Deepa. "India Is The Most Country For Women. It Must Face Reality.." The Guardian 2018. Web. 30 May 2019.

  • Website

    Pan, E.

    India, China, and the United States: A Delicate Balance

    2006

    In-text: (Pan)

    Your Bibliography: Pan, Esther. "India, China, And The United States: A Delicate Balance." Council on Foreign Relations. N.p., 2006. Web. 29 May 2019.

  • Website

    Saarthak

    2017

    In-text: ("Saarthak")

    Your Bibliography: "Saarthak." Saarthakindia.org. N.p., 2017. Web. 30 May 2019.

  • Website

    Vaishnav, M.

    Indian Women Are Voting More Than Ever. Will They Change Indian Society?

    2018

    In-text: (Vaishnav)

    Your Bibliography: Vaishnav, Milan. "Indian Women Are Voting More Than Ever. Will They Change Indian Society?." Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. N.p., 2018. Web. 29 May 2019.

  • Newspaper

    Varma, A.

    Misogyny is the oldest Indian tradition

    2017 - The Hindu

    In-text: (Varma)

    Your Bibliography: Varma, Amit. "Misogyny Is The Oldest Indian Tradition." The Hindu 2017. Web. 29 May 2019.

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