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    Dowry demand and harassment: Prevalence and risk factors in India.

    Jeyaseelan V; Kumar S; Jeyaseelan L; Shankar V; Yadav BK; Bangdiwala SI

    Journal of Biosocial Science. 2015 Nov; 47(6):727-45.

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    Stranded between the law, family, and society: Women in domestic violence and rulings of India's Supreme Court.

    Subramaniam M; Krishnan P

    Current Sociology. 2016 Jul 1; 64(4):603-619.

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    Towards identifying and ranking selected types of violence against women in North India.

    Singh RN; Hurley D; Singh D

    International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. 2016 Jul 28; 1-11.

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    Marry before your house is swept away. Child marriage in Bangladesh.

    Human Rights Watch

    New York, New York, Human Rights Watch, 2015. [125] p.

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    The cultural context of child marriage in Nepal and Bangladesh: Findings from CARE's Tipping Point Project. Community participatory analysis. Reserch report.

    Karim N; Greene M; Picard M

    Geneva, Switzerland, CARE International, 2016. 68 p.

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    Costs of marriage -- marriage transactions in the developing world.

    Amin S; Bajracharya A

    New York, New York, Population Council, 2011 Mar. [4] p. (Promoting Healthy, Safe, and Productive Transitions to Adulthood Brief No. 35)

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    Property rights over marital transfers.

    Anderson S; Bidner C

    Quarterly Journal of Economics. 2015 Aug 1; 130(3):1421-1484.

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    The social construction of 'dowry deaths'.

    Belur J; Tilley N; Daruwalla N; Kumar M; Tiwari V; Osrin D

    Social Science and Medicine. 2014 Oct; 119:1-9.

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    The Effect of the Adoption of a Pro-Women Domestic Violence Policy on Dowry Violence: Empirical Evidence from India.

    Das S

    Economic Record. 2015 Jun 1; 91(S1):78-93.

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    Causes and Contexts of Domestic Violence: Tales of Help-Seeking Married Women in Sylhet, Bangladesh.

    Das TK; Alam MF; Bhattacharyya R; Pervin A

    Asian Social Work and Policy Review. 2015 Jun 1; 9(2):163-176.

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    Declining child sex ratio: perception of ASHA in Rewari district of Haryana state.

    Khichi SK; Bir T

    Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues. 2012 Jul-Sep; 35(3):95-103.

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    CLP’s influence on dowry and violence against women on the chars.

    Haneef C; Kenward S; Hannan M; Rahman M; Haider P

    [Bogra], Bangladesh, Chars Livelihoods Programme, Innovation, Monitoring, Learning and Communications Division, 2014 Oct. [16] p.

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    Examining Marital Violence in India: Review and Recommendations for Future Research and Practice.

    Bhat M; Ullman SE

    Trauma, Violence, and Abuse. 2014 Jan; 15(1):57-74.

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    Dowry in 21st-Century India: The Sociocultural Face of Exploitation.

    Banerjee PR

    Trauma, Violence, and Abuse. 2014 Jan; 15(1):34-40.

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    How does the legal framework protect victims of dowry and domestic violence in India? A critical review.

    Ghosh B

    Aggression and Violent Behavior. 2013 Jul-Aug; 18(4):409-416.

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    Asia's missing women as a problem in applied evolutionary psychology?

    Brooks R

    Evolutionary Psychology. 2012; 10(5):910-25.

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    Marriage and dowry.

    Amin S; Rahman L; Hossain MI

    In: Growing Up Safe and Healthy (SAFE): Baseline report on sexual and reproductive health and rights and violence against women and girls in Dhaka slums, edited by R.T. Naved and S. Amin. Dhaka, Bangladesh, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh [ICDDR,B], 2012. [22] p. (Working Paper No. 176)

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    Legal terrorism in domestic violence -- an Indian outlook.

    Shetty BS; Rao PP; Shetty AS

    Medico - Legal Journal. 2012; 80(Pt 1):33-8.

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    Child protection and harmful traditional practices: female early marriage and genital modification in Ethiopia.

    Boyden J; Pankhurst A; Tafere Y

    Development in Practice. 2012 Apr; 22(4):510-522.

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    Mothers-in-law against daughters-in-law: domestic violence and legal discourses around mother-in-law violence against daughters-in-law in India.

    Gangoli G; Rew M

    Women's Studies International Forum. 2011 Sep-Oct; 34(5):420-429.

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    Effects of family planning and health services on women's welfare: evidence on dowries and intra-household bargaining in Bangladesh.

    Peters C

    Review of Economics of the Household. 2011; 9(3):327-348.

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    Bridewealth and sexual and reproductive practices among women in Harare, Zimbabwe.

    Wojcicki JM; van der Straten A; Padian N

    AIDS Care. 2010 Jun; 22(6):705-10.

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    Challenging assumptions about women's empowerment: social and economic resources and domestic violence among young married women in urban South India.

    Rocca CH; Rathod S; Falle T; Pande RP; Krishnan S

    International Journal of Epidemiology. 2009 Apr; 38(2):577-85.

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    Legal protection against domestic violence in India: scope and limitations.

    Ghosh B; Choudhuri T

    Journal of Family Violence. 2011 Mar 29; 26(4):319-330.

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    'Good parents' strive to raise 'innocent daughters'

    Hamid S; Johannsson E; Rubenson B

    Culture, Health and Sexuality. 2011 Aug; 13(7):841-851.

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