Mapping Causes and Implications of India’s Skewed Sex Ratio and Poverty problem using Fuzzy & Neutrosophic Relational Maps

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Gaurav ; Kumar, Megha ; Bhutani, Kanika ; Aggarwal, Swati (2016)
  • Publisher: University of New Mexico
  • Journal: (issn: 2331-6055, eissn: 2331-608X)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.50939, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.571467
  • Subject: B | Skewed Sex Ratio | Fuzzy Relational Maps | Philosophy. Psychology. Religion | Mathematics | QA1-939

Numerous studies by different researchers have confirmed that skewed sex ratio is a critical social problem in India. This enduring problem of gender imbalance is the collective result of factors like sex selective abortion, gender discrimination, son preference for the preservation of tribe, emergence of new technologies in medical field and many more factors. Another severe problem to be addressed in India is poverty. Many factors contribute to the perpetuation of poverty such as illiteracy, bad governance, under employment and various other reasons. Despite of India's accelerated growth rate, poverty in India is still prevalent.
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