This book investigates the nature of identity formation among economically backward adolescent Muslim girls in northern India by focusing on the interstitial spaces of the ahomea and aschoola. It examines issues of religion, patriarchy and education, to interrogate the relationship between pedagogy and religion in South Asia. Using a multi-disciplinary approach and multiple research methods, the volume makes significant contribution to the study of socialisation and modern education among minorities and other marginalised groups in India. It will be of interest to scholars of education, culture and gender studies, sociology, psychology, Islamic studies, and to policy-makers and non-government organisations involved in education.Participants of the study were asked to write short free-hand essays on three topics. I found their school to be an appropriate setting for reflective writing because their homes, as discussed in Chapter 3, had very limited physical space or roomanbsp;...
|Title||:||Education, Poverty and Gender|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-07-03|