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DOWNLOAD Sita's Daughters Coming Out of Purdah The Rajput Women of Khalapur Revisited ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ Sita's Daughters vividly recounts the dramatic changes in role and status experienced by Rajput caste women in the Indian village Khalapur between 1955 aSita's Daughters vividly recounts the dramatic changes in role and status experienced by Rajput caste women in the Indian village Khalapur between 1955 and 1975 In the 20 years between her now classic original field study and her follow up with the same families Leigh Minturn witnessed a significant decline in the women's observance of a complex system of customs collectively called purdah which includes the wearing of veils silence in the presence of senior men and women the adoption of subservient postures when speaking to men and the separation of husbands and wives Her interviews with mother.
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S and daughters in law reveal how changes in purdah customs and religious traditions have allowed them increased access to education and health facilities control of finances and autonomy inside and mobility outside of their husbands' households This work is unprecedented in its depth scope and exposition of the intimate details of the lives of Indian women Minturn's return to her original subjects allowed her to observe firsthand the changes that had transpired during the interim resulting in the only Indian village field study to span two generations Having won the trust and confidence of her.
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Sita's Daughters Coming Out of Purdah The Rajput Women of Khalapur RevisitedSubjects the author poignantly conveys their individuality along with their stories of heroism loyalty infidelity rape incest theft and even murder With even handedness and detailed scholarship Minturn makes use of methods such as systematic sampling and structured interviewing that are effective in capturing the richness of Indian village life though they are uncommon in anthropological studies The wide range of issues addressed here will be of interest to students and researchers in women's studies South Asian studies anthropology and cross cultural psychology as well as to interested layperso.