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Housing, Homes and Domestic Work

A Study of Paid Domestic Workers from a Resettlement Colony in Chennai

The authors would like to thank S Anandhi and J Devika for thoughtful and valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper. They would also like to thank Sujata Mody from Penn Thozhilalar Sangam, and K R Renuka from the Centre for Women’s Development and Research, Chennai, both running unions for domestic workers, and their teams, as well as E Deepa and Shreela Manohar for assistance in the fieldwork.

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