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Article of Dr Lalit Kishore in Merinews taken as a citation example by Harvard Referencing Guide
The article of Dr Lalit Kishore in Merinews (22 February, 2017), "Understanding social construction of gender and role of families in creating and perpetuating gender inequity", has been picked up as citation example by Harvard Referencing Guide website.

According to the website, "Cite This For Me's Harvard Referencing Guide" works as a automated citation generator to help researchers for proper reference writing of international standards among plethora of different citation styles.

The Harvard citation style is a system that students, writers and researchers can use to incorporate other people's quotes, findings and ideas into their work in order to support and validate their conclusions without breaching any intellectual property laws. The popular format is typically used in assignments and publications for humanities as well as natural, social and behavioural sciences, informs the site.

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The Meri New article stated, "The use of the word 'gender' has become common these days and we need to understand it conceptually. Gender is a social construct while sex is a biological function of a person. Being a social construct, the dominant groups in society divided male and female genders by assigning different social roles leading to sex-stereotyping and gender discrimination which have become social issues since they get manifested at various levels and reinforced by various societal structures."

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