Women Workers in Film Industry in Hyderabad - A Socio-Legal Study
by Nayineni, Rajeswari
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While the glamorous facets of the film industry are well documented, the other end of the spectrum remains, by and large, uncharted. The book examines the labor patterns, working conditions and social and economic circumstances of women workers in the film industry, from a legal perspective. The book includes a theoretical survey of the role of women at home, work and in society, from the ancient to modern India. The research has its focus on labor legislation and its applicability to women workers in the film industry. Against this historical and legislative backdrop, the research undertakes an empirical study of women workers in the film industry. The research highlights the gap between the legislative framework and their enforcement. The policy suggestions emerging from the study are applicable to women working in lower rungs of the labor hierarchy, both in the film industry, and in other places of work as well. Research scholars working on labor and legal issues benefit the most from this study. Also, trade unionists, human resources managers, and social scientists stand to gain from viewing issues faced women workers, from a legal perspective.
Dr. N. Rajeswari, Ph.D: Studied law at Sri Padmavathi Mahila University, Tirupati, AP, India. Rendered professional services in legal teaching and practice, and in social, development sectors.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
July 13, 2016
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.019 m; 0.549 kg