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Women Workers in India / Yadav, Ravi Prakash; Chandradeep, Kumar & Barsa
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Women Workers in India
Yadav, Ravi Prakash; Chandradeep, Kumar & Barsa
 
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  Book ID : 41544
  ISBN-10 : 81-7708-295-7 / 8177082957
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7708-295-1 / 9788177082951
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2012
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xvii, 310p., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
1. Women Workers in Informal Sector / Vibhuti Patel
2. Women Workers in Unorganized Manufacturing Sector of Punjab / Anupama and Neru Gupta
3. Growth, Urbanization and Women / Sarita Agrawal, Jyoti Achanta and Raginideep
4. Women Labourers Engaged in Agricultural and Allied Activities / P. Anita and Puja Roy
5. Female Domestic Workers in Punjab / Harvinder Kaur and Monika Rani
6. Women Workers in Handloom Weaving / Minaxi Pathak and Nandita Bhattacharyya
7. Stress and Coping among Women Managers in Indian Organizations / H.L. Kaila
8. Wage Discrimination against Women Agricultural Labourers / A. Sangamithra and S.C. Karpagavalle
9. Gender Implications of New Work Order / Kaistha Sunita and Amar Nath Singh
10. Gender Differences in Financial Decision-making / Bindu Arora, Patiraj Kumari and Yasmeen Ansari
11. Male-Female Productivity Differentials in the Unorganised Services Sector / Atanu Sengupta, Soumyendra Kishore Datta and Susanta Mondal.
12. Life Stress and Mental Health among Women Workers / Tejpreet Kang, Vandana Kumari and Rekha Kumari
13. Micro Finance Institutions and the Economic Empowerment of Women / Dhruvalata D Bhatt
14. Empowerment of Women in Agriculture / V. Girija Devi
15. Social Security Provisions for Women Workers in the Informal Economy / Kameshwar Pandit, Prabhakar Jha and Randhir Prasad Singh
16. Women Workers in Beedi Manufacturing Sector / Ravi Prakash Yadav, Kumar Chandradeep and Barsa
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The problems of women workers in general and in the unorganised sector in particular deserve special attention and focus in view of their marginalised position within the class of workers. The position of women workers in rural India is considerably lower than that of women in general. The bottom layer is constituted by women belonging to the lowest social status groups A number of national and international studies have documented the sex typing of jobs and occupations by women. Occupational segregation represents a form of discrimination.

Discrimination on the lines of gender is not always overt. It appears in very subtle forms such as in the nature of work performed skills required to perform the work and the valuation of these skills and the technology used by men and women. One problem more specific to women is that they are subject to various forms of harassment at the workplace. Verbal and physical violence against women has been an age old method of subjugating them.

Female and child domestic workers constitute a large portion of migrant worker population. Working in the unregulated domain of a private home mostly without the protection of national labour legislations allows for female domestic workers to be employers with immaltreated by their punity.

This volume contains 16 well researched papers by scholars in the field of women studies. These scholarly papers explain and examine the various aspects of working conditions of women workers in India.

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