Women Shaping the Built Environment : Knowledge and Practice

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And still my river flows : story of a tribal woman from the Hinterlands of Gujarat by Parikh, Shailaja Kalelkar Publication: Ahmedabad Navbharat Sahitya Mandir 2010 . xv,187p. , CONTENTS Foreword by Aparna Basu vii Preface x Introduction 1 Part 1 : The Forests Sang 9 Part 2 : The Winds Blew 73 Part 3 : The Clouds Burst 137 Part 4 : And Still My River Flows 179 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.4092 PAR) .
Barriers to women ridership, In light of pink ticket policy : case of Delhi (Softcopy is also available) by Sabharwal, Shuktika (PG180988) Publication: 2020 . xiii,25,69p. Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-2450 SAB) .
Capability of elected women representatives on gender issues in grassroots governance by Joseph, Vanishree Publication: New Delhi Concept Pub. Co. 2011 . xvi,212p. , CONTENTS Preface v Acknowledgements ix List of Tables xiii List of Figures xv List of Abbreviations xvi 1 Introduction 1 2 Status of Women and Overview of Decentralized Governance with Special Reference to Tamil Nadu 50 3 Freedom Enjoyed by Elected Women Representatives in Grassroots Governance 70 4 Functioning of Elected Women Representatives on Gender Issues 102 5 Relationship Between Freedom Enjoyed by Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) and the Functioning they Manifested on Gender Issues 142 6 Integrated Analysis 149 7 Findings, Summary and Policy Prescriptions 177 Dindigul District Profile 192 Bibliography 199 Index 209 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.420954 JOS) .
Career progress of women professionals : a study of women architects - Minor B (Also available on the CD) by Mehta, Sonia Publication: 2010 . v,95p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (Ph.D. Minor-004 MEH) .
Changing status of the working woman in India. by Kapur, Promilla Publication: New Delhi,Bombay etc Vikas Pub. House Pvt. Ltd. 1974 . 176p. Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Planning (331.4 KAP) .
Dignity of women and architecture of public toilets (Soft copy is also available) by Modi, Miloni (UA2515) Publication: 2020 . xi,88p. Holdings: CEPT Library (A TH-1404 MOD) .
Discourse on women & empowerrment by Patel, Vibhuti Ed. Publication: Delhi The Women Press 2009 . xxii,248p. , CONTENTS Preface ix Editor and Contributors xvii 1. Sen, Rawls and Wittgenstein: Liberal 1 Development Thinking and Gender - Partlisarthi Mondal 2. Social Work Education in Ushering Social 31 Change in India: A Feminist Stand-point -Nandita Mondal 3. Sex Selection-A Demand Created by Supply of Technology - Kamayani Bah Mahabal 45 4. Child Abuse: The Indian Scene - Dr. Anoop K. Singh and Kirti Vikram Singh 61 5. The Material Impact of Economic Globalisation on Women: Exploding A Few Myths - Damyanti Bhattacharya 77 6. Women Workers in Post-Independent Eritrea: Some Reflections - Ravinder Renn 109 7. Debt to Women Concept: Reflections on a Just and Caring Economy, Alternatives to Globalisation - Barbara Kalima 127 Discourse on Women and Empowerment 139 8. Women's Right to Land and Housing - Vibhuti Patel 9. Right to Shelter and Development for Women - Neha Madhiwala 155 10. Impact of Productive Loans in Urban Poor Habitat in Mumbai - Sangita Kamdar 161 11. Women's Leadership in Micro-finance: Issues and Challenges - Vibhuti Patel 191 12. Gender Differences on Emotional Intelligence, Coping Strategies and Anxiety - Batool Pashang and Dr. Mridula Singh 227 Index 243 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.42 PAT) .
Domestic violence against women : legal control and judicial response. by Misra, Preeti Publication: New Delhi Deep & Deep Pubs. Pvt. Ltd. 2006 . xxxviii,606p. Holdings: CEPT Library (305.4 MIS) .
Empowerment engendered. by Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies (RCUES) of All India Institute of Local Self Government(AIILSG); Bombay Publication: Mumbai Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies(RECUES) All India Institute of Local Self Government(AIILSG) 2007 . v,137p. Holdings: CEPT Library (305.40954 RCUES) .
Empowerment of women through entrepreneurship by Rathakrishnan, L. Ed. Publication: New Delhi Gyan Pub. House 2008 . 464p. , CONTENTS Preface 11 Acknowledgements 15 List of Contributors 17 PART-I. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: THE BACKGROUND 1. Women Empowerment-Still a Pipe Dream 23 -Dr. A. Ranga Reddy 2. Status of Women in India: Some Dimensions 28 -Dr. D. Pulla Rao 3. Women Entrepreneurship in India: An Analysis 44 -Dr. D. Pulla Rao 4. Women Entrepreneurship in India: A Gender Perspective 53 -Dr. P. Balamurugan 5. Marginalisation in the Midst of Modernization- 61 Women's Health Empowerment -V. BasilHans 6. Who Say Women Can't Pro-create on their Own? 76 -Dr. L. Rathakrishnan, Mr. V.P. Sriraman 1. A Study of the Status of Women Entrepreneurs and Determinants of their Empowerment in India 85 -Dr. R. Balasubramaniyam 8. Status of Women in Informal Sector 98 -Dr. D. Pulla Rao 9. Women Entrepreneurs: Current Trends and Future Avenues 108 -Prabha Mathur PART-II. SELF-HELP GROUP: MEANS OF SUSTAINABLE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP 10. Self-Help Groups a Viable Alternative for Sustainable 113 Development -Dr. R. Seerangarajan, -Er. A.T. Narasimhan 8 Empowerment of Women Through Enterpreneurship 11. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment 121 -Mr. A. Ingarsal, -Dr. A. Balakrishnan 12. Credit Support to Women Entrepreneurs under SGSY: A Case Study of Tripura 126 -Mr. A.V. Yadappanavar 13. Impact of Micro-finance on Women Empowerment: A Case Study 152 -Dr. K. Thiripura Sundari, -Mr. Raj. Santan 14. Observations of SHGs in Micro Enterprise Activity 170 -Dr. M. Soundara Pandian, -Mr. G. Saravanan 15. Sustainable Livelihood of Women: A case study of 174 Mangalore City in Kamataka -Mr. D.P. Angadi, -Dr. Jayasheela 16. Women Entrepreneurship: Issues and Concerns 185 -Dr. Yathish Kumar PART-III. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: EMPIRICAL FINDINGS 17. Empowerment of Women Through Entrepreneurship: 197 An Empirical Study -Dr. G. Vijayalakshmi, -Ms. B. Prajeetha 18. Women Entrepreneurs in Jharkhand: An Overview 209 -Dr. Kiran Mishra 19. Economics of Women Micro Enterprises: A Case Study of Visakhapatnam city 218 -Dr. B. Padma Narayan, -Dr. B. V. Suryanaraya 20. Empowerment of Women Entrepreneurship in Visakhapatnam city 233 -Dr. B. Ratna Kumari, -Mr. Zilani Begum, -Ms. M. Anitha 2 \. Capacity Building of Women Through Tiny Industries 245 -Dr. L. Rathakrishnan 22. Empowerment of Women Through Information 261 and Communication Technology: Barriers in Developing Countries -Dr. U. Arabi 23. Enterprise Among Farm Women in India and Understanding their Constraints: An Exploration of NSSO's Household Data 282 -Dr. Nilabja Ghosh 24. Correlates Towards Emancipation of Women Entrepreneurship-A Diagnostic Study on Women Entrepreneurs in Food Processing Enterprises 313 -Dr. R. Ganesan 25. Women Participation in Dairy Entrepreneurship: A Case Study in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh 333 -Dr. I. Narendra Kumar, -Dr. G. Chandrasekar Rao, -Dr. V.K. Reddy, -Dr. V.B. Naidu 26. Fisherwomen and Entrepreneurship 347 -Dr. Arpita Sharma 27. The Role of Fisherwomen in Fishing Activity: A Study of the Fisherwomen in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 359 -Dr. T. Sobhasri, -Dr. G. Sanjeevayya 28. Women in Informal Service Sector: A case study of Beauticians in Visakhapatnam city 372 -Dr. (Mrs.) P. Tarakumari 29. Women Administrators in Non-Governmental Organizations388 -Dr. Shanthi Nachiappan, -Dr. B. Dharmalingam PART-IV. WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS 30. Problems Faced by WovTn Entrepreneurs in Tiruchirapalli 403 -Dr. (Mrs.) V. Gamathi 31. Marketing Practices and Constraints in women Enterprises 418 -Dr. K. Selvarani 32. Women Entrepreneurship Problems-Casual Trends 434 -Dr. G. Varadharajan 33. Women Entrepreneurship in India-Problems and Prospects 444 -Dr. D. Pulla Rao Index 444 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.4 RAT) .
Feminine fables : imaging the Indian woman in painting, photography and cinema by Sen, Geeti Publication: Ahmedabad Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. 2002 . 208p. Holdings: CEPT Library (750 SEN) .
Gender and the built environment : women architects' forum, February 7-8, 2002, Ahmedabad Management Association Campus, Ahmedabad.   Publication: 2002 . 78p. Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (720.082) .
Gender rights and security by Sarkar, Siddhartha Publication: New Delhi Serials Pubs. 2010 . ix,368p. , CONTENTS Prologue vii List of Contributors xi 1. Why Do People Want Children? 1 Siv Sofia Gustafsson 2. Technology, Economic Opportunities and Women Empowerment 24 N. Narayana 3. Women in Watershed Development 47 Falendra K. Sudan 4. Gender, Vulnerability and Informality 84 Siddhartha Sarkar 5. Farmers Committing Suicide 131 G. Sreedhar and K. Dasaratharamaiah 6. Land Rights of Women in Achieving Sustainable Livelihoods 165 Rosalud de la Rosa and Alexandra Aquino-Fike 7. Cooking with Biofuel and Women Health 188 Siddhartha Sarkar 8. Accelerating Women Access to Justice 214 Jamila Ahmed Chovvdhury 9. Youth Unemployment and Empowerment Strategy 246 Donatilla K. Kaino and Martin P. Ntongana 10.Women and the Nuclear Issue268 Adluri Subramanyam Rajn 11.Women in Kenya: A Second Class Citizen288 Tabitha W. Kiriti-Nganga 12.Development, Political Stability and Human Rights for Organized Workers 315 Lewis B. Dzimbiri 13.Achieving Gender Equality through Gender Oriented Budgets 336 N. Narayana Index 354 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.3 SAR) .
Harvard business review on women in business   Publication: Boston Harvard Business School Press 2005 . ix,213p. , CONTENTS Off-Ramps and On-Ramps : Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Sucess 1 SYLVIA ANN HEWLETT AND CAROLYN BUCK LUCE The New Road to the Top 29 PETER CAPPELLI AND MONIKA HAMORI Winning the Talent War for Women : Sometimes It Takes a Revolution 51 DOUGLAS M. MCCRACKEN A Modest Manifesto for Shattering the Glass Ceiling 69 DEBRA E. MEYERSON AND JOYCE K. FLETCHER Work and Life : The End of the Zero-Sum Game 95 STEWART D. FRIEDMAN, PERRY CHRISTENSEN, AND JESSICA DEGROOT Making Differences Matter : A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity 125 DAVID A. THOMAS AND ROBIN J. ELY Women as a Business Imperative 159 FELICE N. SCHWARTZ Ways Women Lead 185 JUDY B. ROSENER About the Contributors 205 Index 207 Holdings: CEPT Library (650.082) .
Home : a woman's perspective (Softcopy is also available) by Mehta, Heer (UI0912) Publication: 2017 . iv,197p. Holdings: CEPT Library (I TH-0345 MEH) .
Indian state and the women's problematic : running with the hare and hunting with the hounds. by Verma, R. B. S. & Others Eds. Publication: New Delhi Serials Pubs. 2007 . xi,666p. Holdings: CEPT Library (305.42 VER) .
Indian women : status, role & empowerment by Ravikumar, S. K. Publication: Jaipur Mangal Deep Pubs. 2006 . vii,286p. , CONTENTS : Preface v 1. The Woman: Position and Role 1 2. Caste System and Issues 29 3. Women and Issue of Immoral Traffic 40 4. Gender Division of Labour 48 5. Gender, Class and Education 76 6. Gender and Sexual Behaviour 109 7. Labour Welfare and Woman 143 8. Labour Market and Woman 159 9. Gender Sensitivity and Gender Justice 169 10. Indian Women during Nineties 181 11. Indian Women and Social Legislation 192 12. Woman and Labour Policy 207 13. Human Rights and Women 230 14. Property and Occupation Rights of Indian Women 252 15. Women's Issues and Problems in India 268 Index 280 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.40954 RAV) .
Life and work of an Asian woman architect. Vol.1 by De, Silva Minnette & Others Publication: Kandy George E. De silva and Agnes Nell De Silva trust (GEDSANDS) 1998 . xii,344p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.82 DE) .
Reaganomics and women : structural adjustment U.S. style 1980-92. by Alternative Women in Development, Washington Publication: Delhi Public Interest Research Group 1993 . 36p. , ENG Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Planning (338.9082 A.W.D) .
Rural women workers in India's unorganized sector by Agrawal, Meenu Publication: New Delhi New Century Publications 2012 . xvii,197p. , About the Bookv Author's Profilev Preface xi-xvii 1. Unorganized Sector and Women 1-11 1.1 Unorganized Sector Defined 1.2 Status of Women in India 1.2.1 Manu on Women 1.3 Constitutional Safeguards for Women 2. Review of Literature on Socio-economic Conditions of Women 12-35 3. Characteristics of Unorganized Sector/Labour 36-55 3.1 Conceptual Framework 3.2 Low Rate of Participation 3.3 Low Scale of Organisation and Family Ownerships 3.4 Low Order Technology 3.5 Lack of Support from Government 3.6 Unregulated and Highly Competitive Labour Market 3.7 Unprotected Product Market 3.8 Linkages between Organised and Unorganised Sectors 4. Growth and Components of the Unorganized Sector 56-69 4.1 Unorganized Sector: A Brief History 4.2 Migration of Rural Labour to Cities 4.3 Non-availability of Jobs in Modern Sector 4.4 Women in Agricultural Sector 4.5 Women in Small Industrial Sector 4.6 Women in Construction Sector 4.7 Domestic Service Sector 4.8 Self-employed Sector 5. Problems of Unorganized Women Workers 70-87 5.1 Wage Discrimination 5.2 Greater Involvement of Rural Women in Agriculture 5.3 Equal Pay: A Matter of Survival 5.4 No Limit for Minimum Wages 5.5 Long Hours of Work 5.6 Lack of Health Facilities at Work Place 5.7 Lack of Job Security 5.8 Lack of Legislative Cover 5.9 Heavy Physical Work 5.10 Exploitation, Sexual Harassment and 111 Treatment 5.11 Lack of Safe Working Places 5.12 Lack of Landownership for Rural Women 5.13 Lack of Social Security 6. Policies and Programmes for Unorganized Sector Women Workers 88-120 6.1 Labour Laws for Women 6.2 National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 6.3 Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP) 6.3.1 Operational Strategy of IRDP 6.4 Training Rural Youth for Self-employment (TRYSEM) 6.5 Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) 6.6 Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (JRY) 6.7 Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) 6.8 Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana (SGRY) 6.9 Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) 6.10 Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY) 6.11 Nehru Rozgar Yojana (NRY) 6.12 Swarna Jayanti Shahri Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) 6.13 Watershed Development Programmes 6.14 Special Employment Scheme by Khadi and Gramodyog Board 6.15 Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) 6.16 Ambedkar Vishesh Rozgar Yojana (AVRY) 6.17 Social Security Act, 2008 6.18 Social Security Scheme 6.19 Report of the National Commission on Labour 7. National Policy for Empowerment of Women (NPEW), 2001 121-138 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Objectives of the Policy 7.3 Various Elements of NPEW 7.3.1 Politico-legal Empowerment of Women 7.3.2 Economic Empowerment of Women 7.3.3 Social Empowerment of Women 7.4 Operational Strategies of NPEW 7.4.1 Action Plans 7.4.2 Institutional Mechanisms 7.4.3 Resource Management 7.4.4 Legislation 7.4.5 Gender Sensitization 7.4.6 Panchayati Raj Institutions 7.4.7 Partnership with the Voluntary Sector Organizations 7.4.8 International Cooperation Holdings: CEPT Library (331.4091734 AGR) .
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