North American user of English
I am confused by your usage of quotation marks.
“She is a social anthropologist who has done extensive fieldwork in India, specializing in topics related to the survival strategies of rural households.”
Is this directly quoted from someone? It's so generic, anyone could have written and should not be quoted. When you're writing a paper, generally the only thing you want to quote is something which illustrates a point or can be used as support for your thoughts. Things that are considered to be general knowledge shouldn't be quoted.
Use italics for titles of books instead of quotes. Course names also don't need to be put in quotes. Actually here's a very good website for English how to use quotations and other facets of English grammar. (It's North American English.)
One thing you should work on is that when you use a quotation, you should cite or mention whom you received the quote from.
One thing to take note of is that child labor is always referred to as child labor and not children labor.
Much of what you've written is quite good considering English is not your primary language. Many of the mistakes you make seem to come from lack of experience more than anything else.
Good luck with your assignment!
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