Can Career-Minded Young Women Reverse Gender Discrimination?

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Alice W Clark; T V Sekher;
  • Subject: Women's Stidues, Gender Discrimination

A Partial reversal of the culture of female devaluation is currently emerging among young women from the urban middle class employed in India’s high-tech sector. India has a very large middle class – estimated as more than 200 million – making it a significant and cruci... View more
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