Teacher Details

Swati Shirwadkar

Department of Sociology

swati@unipune.ac.in


1)    Thomas W. S., Shirwadkar, S. (2012). The Changing of the Gods: Religion, Religious Transformation and the Indian Immigrant Experience. Sociology Mind, 2 (4), 428-434  . Google Scholar Citations: 1, ISSN(print/online): 2160-083X/2160-0848, URL/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/sm.2012.24055
  

Publications Before 2011


2)    Shirwadkar, S. (2007). Population Decline and Contemporary Durkheimian Theory. In Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 35 (1), 51-62. ISSN(print/online): 0736-9182, URL/DOI: http://ojs.library.okstate.edu/osu/index.php/FICS/article/view/1592/1421
3)    Shirwadkar, S. (2004). Canadian Domestic Violence Policy and Indian Immigrant Women. Violence Against Women, 10 (8), 860-879. Google Scholar Citations: 82, WoS Citations: 19, ISSN(print/online): 1077-8012, URL/DOI: http://10.1177/1077801204266310
4)    Shirwadkar, S. (2004). Prevalence of Violence against Dating Partners by Male and Female University Students Worldwide. Violence Against Women, 10 (7), ISSN(print/online): 1077-8012.
5)    Shirwadkar, S., Seth, M. (2002). Women in Development: The Indian experience. Economic and Political Weekly, XXXVII (33), 17-23. ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846.
6)    Shirwadkar, S. (1993). Education for Equality- Caste and gender. Journal of MIT, 2, ISSN(print/online): 0116-1105.
7)    Shirwadkar, S. (1990). Education and Development of Women in Marathwada. Social Change, 20 (2),
8)    Shirwadkar, S. (1990). Social Context of Educational Planning. Education and Society Quarterly,
9)    Shirwadkar, S., Dhagamwar, V. (1988). Women and Divorce. Journal of Education and Social Change,
10)    Shirwadkar, S. (1988). Status of Women in Islam. Journal of Education and Social Change, 2 (3),