By Sudarshana Sen
The learn considers generations of Anglo-Indian girls in post-colonial India, and their social interplay with their group. It explores Anglo-Indian girls as a part of a cultural entire and as individuals within the mainstream cultural claims of India. It particularly highlights the marginalisation of Anglo-Indian girls in decision-making, targeting the a number of patriarchal dominations they face, and the way it affects on their function inside of society. It argues that the ancient gendering of the Anglo-Indian neighborhood has concrete effects when it comes to familial, cultural and organizational hyperlinks with the diaspora, perceptions and attitudes of alternative Indian groups in the direction of the Anglo-Indian neighborhood in faculties, neighborhoods and offices and critical discriminations according to color of pores and skin, fiscal assets and conformity to gender stereotypes. studying how diverse types of race, category and gender discrimination intersect within the lives and reviews of Anglo-Indian girls, this paintings offers insights into modern gender family in India, and is a key learn for students in gender and sociology, in addition to minority and diaspora studies.
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