Janaki Nair, Mary E. John. Prefaced by a detailed introductory overview, the essays use diverse perspectives to develop an understanding of the institutions, practices and forms of representation of sexual relations and their boundaries of legitimacy.
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Mary E. John and Janaki Nair (ed., A Question of Silence: Sexual Econ omies of Modern India. New Delhi: Kali for Women. Rs. 420. Article in Indian Journal of Gender Studies 7(2):326-329 · September 2000 with 7 Reads. March 2002 · Indian Journal of Gender Studies.
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Mary E. John In India, the issue of adverse sex ratio has been a part of our history since at least the . Publisher: Penguin Books. A question of silence? the sexual economies of modern India more. John In India, the issue of adverse sex ratio has been a part of our history since at least the colonial period. It re-emerged as a major problem in the 1970s. Whether it be British officials in the nineteenth century trying to figure out why Rajputs and Jats killed their baby daughters, or demographers in post-colonial India wondering why the total number of women is declining relative to men even after independence, there has been no shortage of puzzles and differences in approaching this issue. Publication Date: Jan 1, 2008.
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