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Survey evidence from rural North India showing persistent solid fuel use despite increases in liquefied petroleum gas ownership is presented. Although three-quarters of survey households in these states had LPG, almost all also had a stove that uses solid fuels....Read More..
Sangita and Aashish's article addresses some popular myths around the use of traditional chulha (earthen/brick stove) and why there is a reluctance to switch over to LPG stoves. This reluctance is observed even when LPG stove protects from several harmful...Read More..
Aashish’s research on solid fuel use, gender, and adult respiratory health published in Population & Environment
Population and Environment recently published Aashish's new research titled "Where there is smoke: Solid Fuel externalities, gender, and adult respiratory health in India." This paper studies the determination of respiratory health in India using data on lung obstruction from the...Read More..
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgU4YqowiGA&feature=youtu.be[/embed] The Wire covered r.i.c.e’s new research on the persistence of solid fuel use despite increases in LPG ownership[report runs from 00 to 4:30 mins]. Here are some points covered in the bulletin: The Pradhanmantri Ujjawal Yojna is often presented...Read More..
Starting in 2016, we began Social Attitudes Research, India (SARI), a mobile phone survey collecting data from representative samples of adults in various states across India on people’s attitudes towards social issues such as reservations, intercaste and interreligious marriage, women...Read More..
The hard-working folks at the Demographic and Health Surveys and the International Institute of Population Sciences, Mumbai have the perfect new year gift for researchers in India: the new round of the India's DHS, also called NFHS - 4 (2015-16)....Read More..
Payal's op-ed on women's work was published in the Indian Express today. She uses SARI data to explore social disapproval of women working outside the home, and how patriarchal attitudes contribute to India's low female labor participation rate. Data reported...Read More..
r.i.c.e. is delighted to share that our execuitive Director, Diane Coffey, will be presenting a paper 'Measuring Explicit Prejudice: Findings from Social Attitudes Research, India' on 10th October at the seminar talks in IIT, Delhi . The paper has...Read More..
What fraction of sexual violence in India is within marriages?: Media coverage of research by Aashish Gupta
In most countries around the world, marital rape may be prosecuted (see box 11 on page 113 of this UN report). But in India, marital rape is not classified as a crime. Recently the Government of India filed an affidavit...Read More..
Influencing the beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors of others through research is tough, and often unsuccessful. But this reader's comment on Diane's recent article in The Hindu on women eating last inspires us to keep on trying....Read More..
December 12: Join Sangita in a webinar addressing gender-related challenges in remote mobile data collection
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r.i.c.e. has recently launched the Social Attitudes Research in India (SARI) phone survey to track social attitudes over time and experiences of discrimination on the basis of gender, caste, and religion in India. We study discrimination and social exclusion because...Read More..
Diane Coffey's new article "Prepregnancy body mass and weight gain during pregnancy in India and sub-Saharan Africa" was published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Diane's article is important because it shows that maternal nutrition in India...Read More..
Scroll.in did a report on Aashish's paper "Reporting and incidence of violence against women in India". Check out the article here. It says, When thinking of sexual violence, most people imagine the perpetrator a stranger lurking in the dark. In...Read More..