gender, violence and the neoliberal state in India

@article{Wilson2018genderVA,
  title={gender, violence and the neoliberal state in India},
  author={Kalpana Wilson and Jennifer Ung Loh and Navtej K. Purewal},
  journal={Feminist Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={119},
  pages={1-6}
}
Developing a gendered understanding of the neoliberal state has been, not surprisingly, a preoccupation for much recent feminist praxis in the Global North and particularly in the Global South. Sustained activism and scholarship has addressed a wide variety of questions including the increased reproductive and productive labour demanded of women; the gendered effects of the privatisation of and dispossession from land, natural resources and public services; and the variegated and often… 

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