Agency, power and personhood: discourses of gender and violence in a fishing community in South India

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Academic article examining the prevalence of domestic violence in a fishing community in Kerala, south India. It arguments that understanding violence requires the understanding of local ideas of gender, personhood and agency. These local understandings rarely blame men and have recently focused on alcohol as the root of the problem.

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