ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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October 26, 1991 Women in Print While women's issues have received increasing attention in the print media of late, the coverage shows certain distortions which are as much due to blatant sexist bias as because of the structure of the media. The regional press, especially, popular magazines project stereotyped images of women while women's magazines have taken upon themselves the responsibility of fashioning a gender identity best suited to patriarchal society. WS-75, WS-67, WS-71 Towards Dependence Market friendliness, privatisation and last but not least, opening of the economy to foreign capital and trade are the elements of the new industrial policy package. In short, a design to set the country on a path to increasing dependence on richer economies, with little benefits for the large majority of the population. A detailed analysis. 2472 On Reservations Sections of reservationists appear to think that their case requires them not to lake note of the relations between the castes for whom they seek reservations. This will only strengthen the hands of those who arc intrinsically opposed to affirmative reservations in employment. 2454 Redrawing Women An examination of the debates around women's education in colonial-Bengal as reflected in popular magazines of the day reveals the many dimensions of the issues raised and of the role women played in this process of self-making. A content analysis of the Gujarati women's journal StreeBodh of the period details the new images being created. WS-50. WS-63.

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