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Emerging Voices: South Asian American Women Redefine Self, Family and Community

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Submissive, docile, exotic... These are the images of South Asian women living in the USA that are created and perpetuated by society and the media--images that define and limit the boundaries of identity formation for these women. This book enables them to speak out as they redefine themselves, their families, and their communities in their journey of exploration and ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published April 12th 1999 by Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd
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Feb 10, 2008 Tanvi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From the title I expected something a little more spectacular from this book . . . some magical collection of essays that perfectly align with my experiences, and thought I didn't find quite that . . I did find the voices of a struggling group of women . . struggling to reclaim their identities, their lives, their desires, and everything important to them.
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