OP62 - East Indian Family and Gender Relations

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Title: OP62 - East Indian Family and Gender Relations
Author: Mohammed, Patricia
Abstract: This series of interviews was conducted by Patricia Mohammed as part of her doctoral research on the East Indian family and its changing gender relations (Mohammed, Patricia, "A Social History of Post-Migrant Indians in Trinidad from 1917 to 1947: A Gender Perspective," Ph.D. Institute of Development Studies, The Hague, [1994]). Over forty persons, from various parts of Trinidad, ranging in ages from early fifties to late eighties, were interviewed. One informant, aged approximately 100 years, was born in India. A list of the names of informants with their year of birth, place of residence and the date of the interview is available.
Description: 47 audio cassettesThis resource is available for research. It is the property of the West Indiana and Special Collections Division, The Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/8263
Date: 2010-07-08

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