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Indian Journal of Gender, Culture and Society 

The Indian Journal of Gender, Culture and Society is a peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on the intersection of gender, culture, and society in the Indian context. It publishes research articles, essays, and book reviews that examine the ways in which gender, culture, and society shape each other in India. The journal covers a wide range of topics, including gender and development, gender and health, gender and education, gender and work, gender and the media, gender, and religion, and gender and politics. It aims to provide a platform for scholars and researchers to engage with the latest thinking on gender, culture, and society in India, and to contribute to the understanding of these issues from an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective.

The Indian Journal of Gender, Culture, and Society is published by the Indian Association for Women’s Studies (IAWS), a non-profit organization that aims to promote scholarship and research on gender, women’s studies, and feminism in India. The journal is published twice a year and is available both in print and online. It is indexed in several databases including J-Gate, EBSCO, and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

The journal welcomes submissions from scholars, researchers, and practitioners working in the fields of gender, women’s studies, and related disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, history, political science, and cultural studies. It encourages submissions that engage with theoretical and empirical issues related to gender, culture, and society in India, and that employ an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective.

The Indian Journal of Gender, Culture and Society is an important platform for scholars and researchers working on gender, culture, and society in India to share their research, ideas, and perspectives. It aims to contribute to the understanding of these issues from an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective and provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on gender, culture, and society in India.


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