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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HQ, L1
Reflecting some of the perspectives of Robinson-Pant and Nabi, that women’s learning should be developmental and part of more holistic policies, Chopra focuses on the expressed learning interests of traditional midwives. She explores how a rights-based and social transformation approach to literacy learning could result in an impact on female feticide and infanticide.
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