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Kamla Bhasin

Rs 55 Pb 1993
This pamphlet looks at the introduction of patriarchy by feminists as an analytical category in theorising women’s subordination – at how it is constituted; at its origin; and how it has evolved historically in different parts of the world. It locates women’s struggles in a context where the patriarchal control of major social and political institutions makes for special forms of discrimination against women.  
worked with the Freedom from Hunger Campaign of the FAO for over twenty years, and is a well-known gender trainer. She has written extensively on participatory training; on women; and on sustainable development. She has also written many songs on all these issues!
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