Evidence of women’s empowerment in India: a study of socio-spatial disparities

@article{Gupta2006EvidenceOW,
  title={Evidence of women’s empowerment in India: a study of socio-spatial disparities},
  author={Kamla Gupta and P. Princy Yesudian},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={2006},
  volume={65},
  pages={365-380}
}
Various national and international communities have addressed women’s issues and taken various efforts to empower them so as to enhance their social and health status and involve them in developmental activities. The Indian DHS survey (National Family Health Survey, 1998–1999) provides an opportunity to study women’s empowerment in India. The survey collected information on several dimensions of women’s empowerment from 90,303 ever-married women (ages 15–49), from all the states of India… 
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