Sreeparna is a broadly trained social scientist with an M.A. and Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology and Demography from Brown University and a B.A. in Economics from St. Xavier’s College, Bombay. Her dissertation used a mixed-methods approach to investigate domestic violence in India. She is currently the University Survey Research Manager at the University of East Anglia researching the student academic experience in Higher Education in the U.K. Prior to joining UEA she was a Senior Research Officer in the Government Social Research Unit in the British Civil Service and held a fellowship in King’s College, London.
Violence against married women in India: Can the data tell us anything?
11 Feb 2013
Violence against women in India has recently been brought to the world’s attention. But for too long the problem has been under reported. This column looks at what the data can tell us.
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