Girls & girlhoods at Threshold of Youth & Gender: Edited by Vibhuti Patel, 2010 Content Forward by Sonal Shukla Introduction by Vibhuti Patel Editor and Contributors The Adolescent Girl in India -Ms. Sonal Shukla and Ms. Pradnya Sawargaonkar Need to Introspect Factors Responsible in Upbringing of Girl Child to Ascertain Her Identity and Status in Society -Prabha Tirmare 3. Government’s Commitment to the Girl Child: Promises Belied? - Dr. Cynthia Stephen 4. Understanding Declining Child Sex Ratio in India- With special focus on 0 TO 6 years age group. - Dr. Daksha Dave 5. Education & Health of Girl Child in Urban India -Prof. Dr. Vibhuti Patel 6. Child Labour in India: Emerging Issues -Prof. Dr. Dolly Sunny 7. Trafficking of Tribal Girl Child -Ms. Rekha Talmaki 8. Existence in Shadows: Women and Disability -Ms. Prerna Sharma 9. Condition of Female Children in Orissa (With Special Reference to Ganjam District) -Dr. Krishna Chandra Pradhan 10. Sibling Abuse: A Study of Sibling Interactions in Family Setting -Dr Indira Rani and Dr. N. Komali Saloni 11. The Indian Girl Child: Trajectories of Social Construction- Dr. Sunita Parmar 12. Politics of Gender and the Familial Structure in the Story –‘Girls’ by Mrinal Pande -Dr. Pratima Dave Shastri 13. Girl child, Television Advertising and Status Quo: Gender in HDFC Standard Life Advertisements -Dr. Mira K. Desai 14. Absence of an age: Had it been a Durga trilogy? -Shri. Amrit Ganger 15. Adolescent Girls, Expelled by the Community- Detained by the State -Ms. Shalini Mathur 16. Understanding of the Issues of Vulnerable and Violence Affected Girls through Mukta’s Intervention -Mukta 17. Violence against girls residing in two slums of Mumbai -Rohini Kashikar Sudhakar 18. Shaishav: Balsena -Parul Sheth 19. Empowerment of Adolescent Girls through NGO Intervention - Dr. Ruby Ojha 20. Girl Child and Law -Adv. Vijay Hiremath 21. Proceedings of the Symposium & Emerging Issues -Media Matters
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