By Latika Gupta
This e-book investigates the character of identification formation between economically backward adolescent Muslim women in northern India by way of concentrating on the interstitial areas of the ‘home’ and ‘school’. It examines problems with faith, patriarchy and schooling, to interrogate the connection among pedagogy and faith in South Asia.
Using a multi-disciplinary strategy and a number of study equipment, the amount makes major contribution to the learn of socialisation and glossy schooling between minorities and different marginalised teams in India. it will likely be of curiosity to students of schooling, tradition and gender reviews, sociology, psychology, Islamic experiences, and to policy-makers and non-government organizations taken with schooling.
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