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Marital Violence : Women at the Intersection of Law and Society A sociological review on the global and parochial perspectives with special reference to Pune.

Author Name: Parul Parihar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

This book is a comprehensive study on the marital violence against women with a peculiar reference to global and parochial perspectives in hand. It is consciously summarised into 5 chapters that deal analytically with a critical evaluation on the narratives of family violence and the viciousness that creeps against the vulnerability of women subjected to it and explore the trends, dimensions, aspects and causes of this syndrome.

It is a conglomerate of socio, legal and political insights that enrapture the power and manipulative gimmicks solely based on preserving the hierarchal dominion of the male ego in patriarchy.

From Feminist Social Research to the conceptions that are ambiguous to the class consciousness of women in debate, this book is a modest exposure to the system with an astute interpretation of the interpretative law and the lacuna that still remains while including conclusions and proposed suggestions to combat the issue at the matrimonial, social and cultural levels. The prominent case studies and cases discussed in the book is a beguiled manifestation of keeping society sovereign and law as its custodian at the altar of diminishing the individuality of a woman who remains all or nothing but for the other self.

This book is a sociological analysis on the legal dimensions of marital violence with field work and researched data on domestic abuse to support it for future reference studies.

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Parul Parihar

Parul Parihar is a Former Assistant Professor in Sociology at VIPS Law college,

Indraprastha University, New Delhi, & a Former Visiting Faculty in Sociology

at ILS’S Law college, Pune.

This is the author’s second book wherein the research data collected from Pune while completing a doctoral study was utilised on the same to provide a conceptual and critical understanding on the theme.

Her varied articles on femininity, female genital mutilation and juvenile delinquency are available on Google for scholarly reviews on administrative and comparative studies on law and society. She partly practices as a psychotherapist on rational, emotional and behavioural issues and is a motivational speaker and activist at the community level for the downtrodden sections of society. The author is a native of Jammu & Kashmir and has been based in Pune since completing her post-graduation in Sociology at JNU, New Delhi.

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