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Using a random sample of rural women from four Haryana villages in the Gurugram district, the current study, which is both descriptive and analytical in nature, was carried out. The use of interview schedules as part of a survey methodology allowed researchers to learn more about women's access to and use of the media, as well as their interest in and need for information on a range of topics, including health care, the cost of expensive educational institutions, legal protections in various jurisdictions, etc. The report also emphasizes the importance of self-help groups, microloans, and employment possibilities.
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