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Female adolescents and their sexuality: notions of honor, shame, purity and pollution during the floods

Source(s):  Wiley-Blackwell (Wiley)

Disasters, vol. 24, issue 1:

This paper explores the experiences of female adolescents during the 1998 floods in Bangladesh, focusing on the implications of socio-cultural norms related to notions of honour, shame, purity and pollution.



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  • Female adolescents and their sexuality: notions of honor, shame, purity and pollution during the floods
  • Publication date 2000
  • Author(s) Faiz, Sabina; Michaud Rashid; Michaud, Stephanie
  • Number of pages pp. 54-70
  • ISBN/ISSN doi:10.1111/1467-7717.00131

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