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Marketing Reproduction: Political Rhetoric and Gender Policy in India

Marketing Reproduction: Political Rhetoric and Gender Policy in India

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The Reproduction and Child Health policy (RCH) in India has been in force since 1995. Coming after the Cairo conference, 1994, the RHC was expected to usher in  'paradigm shift' in India's population policy. From a family welfare programme that has historically been top-down, even coercive, the Indian government projected the RHC to be a participatory, women-centered reproductive health service. Ironically, the policy was devised barely four years after the start of Indian State's tryst with the market development, and was launched into a political environment in ideological transition. This book provides a political analysis of RHC policy, tracking how neo-liberal and purportedly, women-centered reproductive health discourses are positioned against each other.


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Page Count

370

Binding

Hardback

Year of Publication

2006

ISBN 9788189013028
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