Research Papers

Gender Inequality and the Spread of HIV-AIDS in India

The purpose of the paper is to analyze the low status of women as being a major contributor for the observed gender inequality in the spread of HIV/AIDS in India. This study highlights the problems f

Author:
Dipanwita Sarkar, Aparna Mitra
Document
01 Jan 2011

Domestic Violence and Employment: A Qualitative Study

This exploratory study sought to gather detailed information about how domestic violence affects women’s employment, specifically to identify the types of job interference tactics used by abusers and

Author:
Jennifer E. Swanberg, T. K. Logan
Document
01 Jan 2005

Domestic Violence as a Growing Societal Concern in West Virginia: Contextual, Historical and Economic Linkages

This paper explores the many facets of this social ill, ranging from the psychological makeup of an abuser of the legal ramifications of the problem.

Author:
Branka A. Jikich
Document
01 Sep 1996

People Speak

Gender: Mainstreaming it in Medical Education An Interview with Dr. Sundari Ravindran

TK Sundari Ravindran has a PhD in Applied Economics and is currently professor at the Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies,


Dr. Sundari Ravindran

In the interview with Dr. Sundari Ravindran talks about the present status of our healthcare system and focuses the importance of gender sensitive medical services. She also discusses about her own experience and highlights the gaps in understandings among medical professionals in regard to gender issues in medicine.

GME Situation Analysis

Gender in Medical Education: Perceptions of Medical Educators

The report is based on a study conducted among medical educators in seven medical colleges in Maharashtra regarding their perceptions on the relevance of gender in medical education. The study was und

Author:
Priya John, Amruta Bavadekar, Ameerah Hasnain, Asilata Karandikar
Document
01 Dec 2015

Other Papers

Domestic Violence in India: An Empirical Analysis

The paper examines whether ever married women of reproductive age group in India view wife-beating as justified. In addition, the prevalence of beatings and physical mistreatment since age 15 and also

Author:
Harihar Sahoo, Manas Ranjan Pradhan
Document
01 Jan 2010

Domestic Violence in India

The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) is conducting a three-year research program, which began in 1997, on domestic violence in India in partnership with researchers from a range of In

Author:
Nishi Mitra, Leela Visaria, Veena Poonacha, Divya Pandey
Document
01 Sep 1999

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