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ABOUT THE BOOK

Many problems have been addressing since 1950 to provide quality of life to everyone and state and central governments spend lots of resources to promote just social order but did not get a good yield. Discrimination against women, SC/ST and other marginalized groups also is being increased in day by day. Academic and public discourses have been taking place to upward mobilization of disadvantaged people, even though they don't come up in mainstream development and they have been denied. What reason is beyond it? Why discrimination against women and SC/ST shall not be properly addressed? Why they are struggling for social justice? To address these, this book just makes an inquire and investigate about the problem of gender, caste discrimination, and social injustice. Gender, Caste and Social Justice are being critically discussed in this book.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Anji A, has been working as a teaching faculty since 2015 in the Department of Research Centre for Women's Studies, Karnatak University, Dharwad - 580 003. He has been awarded a doctoral fellowship from ICSSR, New Delhi. His research papers published in National and International reputed journal as well as edited volumes.

Dr. A. Ranjith kumar, is working as a Research Associate in the Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy at National Law School of India University, Bangalore - 560 072. He obtained his M.A., B.P.Ed., Ph.D and P.G. Diploma in Industrial Relations & Labour Law and Master of Population Studies from different universities in India. He has been awarded Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Post-doctoral Fellowship from University Grants Commission, New Delhi. He qualified UGC - NET in Human Rights and Duties, Political Science as well as Public Administration.

CONTENTS

List of Contributors . 9

Foreword . 11

Introduction . 13

DR ANJI. A, DR A. RANJITHKUMAR

1. Social Justice: A Critics . 23
B. P . PEREIRA

2. Democratic Justice through Electoral Reforms . 29
ANANDAKUMAR. S

3. Socio-cultural Mobilization through Welfare Programme: A Case of Indira Awaas Yojana Scheme (IAY) in Kashmir valley .41
DRMANZOORHUSSAIN, GOUSIAYASEEN

4. Socio-Economic Status of Transgender: A study with Special Reference to Dharwad District in Karnataka . 57
DR ANJI. A, DR A.RANJITHKUMAR

5. Plights of Old Age Women: Inclusive Perspectives . 73
DR. P . DHANALAKSHMI

6. Child Rearing Practices among the Mahar Community: A Case of Karnataka . 83
DRPRABUDHAS. KAMBLE

7. Women’s Reproductive Health: A Conceptual Study . 91
DR. SHILP AM. SANGAM

8. The impact of Mass Media and Role and Participation of Women in Agriculture . 107
— RAJUKAMBLE, DRS.M. MALAGATTI

9. Gender Perspective of Political Leadership In Kerala . 115
DRHIRANNIY AKALESHP

10. Women and Panchayati Raj in India: Present Scenario . 127
DR. JITENDRAWASNIK

11. Rural Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Development: A case study of Andhra Pradesh . 143
S. K. ASHABEGUM

12. Skill Development Programmes to Women Shgs: A Study in Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh . 153
DRM. SREEVIDYA

13. Inter - Generational Change in Education, Occupation and Income of Puducherry Arundhathiyar . 167
V . PRAGATI

14. Struggle for Social Justice within Scheduled Caste: A Study from the Union Territory of Pondicherry with Special Reference to the Migration Issue . 181
P . JAY APRADABAN

15. Caste, Ritual and Politics among Yadav Community: An Inquiry . 189
DEVIPRASAD& SAVITAYADAV

16. Social Roots of Honour Based Violence (Honour Killings) Against Women: With Special References from Tamil Nadu . 213
S. GENANI

17. Plagued with Prejudice: Subjugation of Dalit Women in Rajasthan . 219
SUNITAMEENA

18. A Study of Education Among Lambada Tribes in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh . 233
MR. BALRAJURAJARAM

19. Socio-economic Conditions of Women Tea Plantation Workers in the Nilgiris District in Tamil Nadu - A Sociological Study . 243
DR. S. VEDAPURIESW ARAN

20. Contribution of Tea Gardens in Uplifting Socio-Economic Status of Women Workers in Tea Industry of Dibrugarh District, Assam . 259
HIMADRIDUTTA, B.S. MIPUN

Index . 271


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