Social Exclusion and Inclusion of Women in India

Social Exclusion and Inclusion of Women in India

Author: K.R. Murugan

Publisher: MJP Publisher

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Category: Fiction

Page: 587

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Chapter 1 Social Exclusion of Women in India, Chapter 2 Inclusive Strategies for Women Development, Chapter 3 Media Depiction and Gender Inclusiveness in Gender-Based Social Violence, Chapter 4 Inclusive Society: Vision of Women’s Studies, Chapter 5 Health Hazards of Women-Economic Empowerment: Some Issues, Chapter 6 Employment Oriented Programs for Women in Rural Nagpur— Exclusion in Inclusive Policy, Chapter 7 Including the Excluded Through Aftercare: The Odishan Experiment and Experience with The Aging out Orphan Girls from the Care Homes, Chapter 8 Violence Against Women: A Denial of Human Rights and Dignity, Chapter 9 Impact of Gender on Family Planning Decisions, Chapter 10 Battle Against Oppression: Feminist Response of Bapsi Sidhwa, Chapter 11 An Extensive Analysis on Women’s Education and Women’s Education for Future Prosperity in India, Chapter 12 Performative Gender and Technology: Rearticulating The Digital Argument for Women Empowerment, Chapter 13 The Effect of Social Exclusion of Women from Development in India, Chapter 14 Disaster and Development Communication Among Self Help Group Women, Chapter 15 Trends In Crime Against Women in India, Chapter 16 Strategizing Alternative Communication for Overcoming Social Discrimination of Women: A Study of the Enabling Practices to Eradicate Witch Hunting in Assam, Chapter 17 ‘Is Employment Really Empowering?’—A Study on The Plight of Working Women, Chapter 18 Social Exclusion of Transgender Women in India, Chapter 19 Strategies for Promoting Gender Mainstreaming, Chapter 20 E-Learning: the Tool for Women Empowerment.

Social Exclusion and Inclusion of Women in India

Social Exclusion and Inclusion of Women in India

Author: K.R. Murugan

Publisher: MJP Publisher

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Category: Fiction

Page: 449

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Chapter 68 Women as Victims of Domestic Violence, Chapter 69 Self Help Groups and Empowerment Among the Tribal Women, Chapter 70 Social Exclusion of Girls—Remedial Measures, Chapter 71 Inclusive Education: National and International Scenario, Chapter 72 A Study on Competency Mapping of Women Teachers in Colleges in Madurai City, Chapter 73 “Women Into Educational Leadership and Management: International Differences?”, Chapter 74 Social Exclusion of Women in Poverty: A Situation Analysis, Chapter 75 Premenstrual Syndrome (Pms) Among Hostel Students—A Study in Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Chapter 76 ‘Untouchability’, the Economic Exclusion of Dalits in India: With Special Reference to Dalit Women, Chapter 77 Oscillation Between Respect and Rejection—A Study Among Urban Elderly, Chapter 78 Gender Based Discrimination: Exclusion of Women in the Indian Labour Market, Chapter 79 Gender Discrimination in Education Among The Fishing Community, Chapter 80 Prevalence of Anemia Among Female Teacher Trainees in the Diet of Chennai District, Chapter 81 Challenges of Women Entrepreneurs in Theni District, Chapter 82 Literacy—A Key to Women’s Empowerment.....

Exclusion and Inclusion in Changing India

Exclusion and Inclusion in Changing India

Author: Steven W. Guest

Publisher: SAIACS Press

ISBN: 9788187712381

Category: Religion

Page: 230

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Exclusion and Inclusion in Changing India is a collection of essays, by scholars and practitioners, about the struggles of exclusion and inclusion facing human community in the complex Indian context from a Christian perspective. These essays are broadly grouped into two parts. The first part features articles with themes concerning Theology and Philosophy. The second part addresses issues arising from Mission and Culture.

Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond

Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond

Author: Uwe Skoda

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783083404

Category: Social Science

Page: 238

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‘Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond’ contains a collection of lucid, empirically grounded articles that explore and analyse the structures, agents and practices of social inclusion and exclusion in contemporary India and beyond. The volume combines a broad range of approaches to challenge narrow conceptualisations of social inclusion and exclusion in terms of singular factors such as caste, policy or the economy. This collaborative endeavour and cross-disciplinary approach, which brings together younger and more established scholars, facilitates a deeper understanding of complex social and political processes in contemporary India.

Social Exclusion and Social Inclusion

Social Exclusion and Social Inclusion

Author: Ka'ron Benson

Publisher: Scientific e-Resources

ISBN: 9781839474316

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Page: 296

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In the last couple of years there has been a spurt of growing interest in and awareness about questions of social exclusion and inclusion. While the nature of exclusion in India has centered around the caste system, other disadvantaged groups such as tribal, women and poor have also suffered from similar disabilities. Their politics of exclusion and inclusion, censure and celebration show that they wish to be a part of the so-called mainstream academic discourse yet cannot be. The objective of this book is to discuss about social exclusion arising out of institutions of caste and gender and the inclusive policies designed for them. This book makes a comprehensive analysis on the thematic issues identified for this seminar within the frame work of human rights education. The recommendations made through this book are expected to influence the policy of inclusive growth within the broad frame work of human rights education. This book is expected to fulfill the teaching research and extension needs of academics, research scholars, students, pursuing subject like sociology, anthropology, social work, history, economics, political science, rural development, women studies, futurology, public administration, etc.

Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion

Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion

Author: Smita Mishra Panda

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811697739

Category: Social Science

Page: 318

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This book brings together cross-cultural perspectives on political economy of social exclusion and a critical view of policies of inclusion. The themes covered are political economy of social exclusion; inclusionary policy outcomes; persistent challenges to social exclusion and rethinking social exclusion and inclusion. The contexts are located in varied geographies including India, South East Asia, USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia and Papua New Guinea. The book throws light on how, historically, social inclusion of various excluded communities has always been a part of nation building with varying results. Furthermore, it highlights how the terrain of social exclusion is becoming increasingly complex today. It provides the space to reimagine issues of inclusion and exclusion within the social policy landscape of a country. It provides ways to rethink policies of inclusion such that dialogue between the excluded and the state is enhanced, and the systems of seeking justice for a dignified life, peace and freedom are improved. It appeals to policy makers, academicians and practitioners of development and social policy studies, planning and governance in both developing and developed countries.

The Politics of Social Exclusion in India

The Politics of Social Exclusion in India

Author: Harihar Bhattacharyya

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135192730

Category: Political Science

Page: 208

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Social exclusion and inclusion remain issues of fundamental importance to democracy. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the book examines at the multidimensional problems of social exclusion and inclusion, and the long-term issues facing contemporary Indian democracy.

Mapping Social Exclusion in India

Mapping Social Exclusion in India

Author: Paramjit S. Judge

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107056091

Category: History

Page: 299

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"Identifies and examines various trajectories of exclusion at both macro and micro levels in India"--

Women, Gender and Everyday Social Transformation in India

Women, Gender and Everyday Social Transformation in India

Author: Kenneth Bo Nielsen

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783082698

Category: Social Science

Page: 262

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The pace of socioeconomic transformation in India over the past two and a half decades has been formidable. This volume sheds light on how these transformations have played out at the level of everyday life to influence the lives of Indian women, and gender relations more broadly. Through ethnographically grounded case studies, the authors portray the contradictory and contested co-existence of discrepant gendered norms, values and visions in a society caught up in wider processes of sociopolitical change. ‘Women, Gender and Everyday Social Transformation in India’ moves the debate on gender and social transformation into the domain of everyday life to arrive at locally embedded and detailed, ethnographically informed analyses of gender relations in real-life contexts that foreground both subtle and not-so-subtle negotiations and contestations.

Inclusive Growth In India

Inclusive Growth In India

Author: S. Gurusamy

Publisher: MJP Publisher

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 470

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The research papers included in this book make a comprehensive analysis on the thematic issues focused within the larger framework of inclusive growth. The recommendations made through this book are expected to influence policy of inclusive growth and development of the marginalized segments in the Indian context. This book is organized in to 47 Chapter, every chapter is addressing the overall theme precisely and fulfills the core issues highlighted. This book is expected to fulfill the teaching, research, policy formulation, programme planning needs of academia, research scholars, students pursuing subjects in the departments of Sociology, Economics, Political Science, History, Social Work, Anthropology, Women Studies, Futurology, Public Administration, Rural Development etc. In addition this book is also expected to assist CBOs, GOs, NGOs, Development Workers, Policy Planners, Social Workers, Consultants etc, engaged in Sustainable Social Development with special reference to Inclusive Growth in Transitional Society.

Combating Social Exclusion

Combating Social Exclusion

Author: Rajesh K. Chander

Publisher: Studera Press

ISBN: 9789385883583

Category: Social Science

Page: 280

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This book attempts to make a holistic assessment and a humble intervention on the prevalent multiple social exclusion of dalits. The study is based in modern India, with a focus on Punjab in particular. It further substantiates that how caste and other exclusions are a lived reality. Challenging entrenched ideas, it uses multi-disciplinary perspectives/methodologies and lived experiences to comprehend dalits social exclusion, inter-sectionalities and social inequalities. It further interrogates linkages between key determinants, like, landlessness, educational attainment, asset ownership, gender discrimination, caste-based segregation and discrimination, employment, economic activity, development, state intervention policy, untouchability, political exclusion, diaspora effect, parallel sites of assertion, dalit consciousness, heterogeneities amongst dalits with social exclusion/inclusion. The salient feature of the book that it has covered all the regions of the state and 15 out of the total 39 scheduled castes. Drawing on Mixed Methods approach, multi-regional fieldwork and bottom-up perspective, this volume puts forward a perceptive analysis. It will be of great interest to researchers working in the fields of Social Exclusion, Sociology, Gender Studies, Dalit Studies, Caste Studies, Social Anthropology, Indian Politics, Economics, Public Administration, Public Policy, Social Work, Human Rights, Rural Development, Life Long Learning, Development Studies, Laws, and Police Administration.