Glass Ceiling and Ambivalent Sexism – Vol 2

Dr. Ashish Kumar Gupta is an Assistant Professor of English at Government Degree College, Muwani, Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand. He is NET and holds D. Phil degree in English Literature from Central University of Allahabad. His arena of pursuit is social issues, queer studies, gender studies, diaspora and multiculturalism. He has edited three books— The Third Gender: Stain and Pain, Quintessence of Dalit Literature: Rebel Narratives and Glass Ceiling and Ambivalent Sexism: Critical Perspectives of Gender Trouble Volume-One. He has published several research papers in National and International Journals. He has presented various papers at International and National Conferences, Seminars, Workshops. He has a poetic heart and great liking for poetry. He is also one of the members of the editorial board of International Journal of Transformation in English & Education, International Journal of Current Research in Education, Culture and Society and of e-Literary Magazine- The Infinite Sky and The Literati.


Dr. Sarita Jain is Associate Professor in the Department of English, Gauri Devi Govt. College for Women, Alwar, Rajasthan. She has to her credit about Twenty-eight articles published in various national, International Journals and anthologies. She has attended and presented papers in various national and international conferences. She has attended and participated in six national and an international workshop. She has authored one book namely,  Methods of Teaching English in India, and edited three books namely Critical Responses to Comparative Literature: A Study in Post Modern Perspective, English Language Teaching in India, Diaspora and Tran nationalism: Gender, Race and Narratives and Glass Ceiling and Ambivalent Sexism:

  • Paperback: 273 Pages
  • Publisher: Booksclinic Publishing
  • Language: English
  • Edition: 1
  • ISBN: 978-81-943224-6-7
  • Release Date: 28 November 2019


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The book emphasises on the oppression, marginalization, exploitation, segregation, and discrimination which women are subjected to from time immemorial. Gender is a social construct. The abuse of women is not only material reality, originating in economic conditions but also a psychological phenomenon—how men and women perceive one another. This anthology contains 24 scholarly papers that concern with theoretical issues and historical perspectives, with spatial metaphors, discourse analysis, challenges of women in the professional and domestic sphere, and various arenas. Compromise, rebellion, madness are some of the strategies contrived by women to defend and express themselves. The present book explores multifarious facets as Women Empowerment, Transculturation, Me Too, Women for Women, Women Education, Women and Cinema, Marginalised Women, Working Women, Gender Discrimination, Feminism, Women’s Emancipation and Post Modernism. The papers included in this volume will provide in-depth insight into the subject and prove valuable to research scholars, teachers, academicians, and those interested in Gender Studies.


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