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Encyclopaedia of Dalits in India (7 Vols-Set)

Mamta Rajawat

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ISBN 10: 8126120843 / ISBN 13: 9788126120840
Editorial: Anmol, New Delhi, 2004
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Contents Vol. 1. History of Dalits Preface. 1. History. 2. Different phases. 3. A long journey. 4. Roots and growth. 5. Tradition of Hinduism. 6. Early movements. 7. Dalit literature. 8. The society. 9. The polity. 10. The religion. 11. Later movements. Statistical data 1. Reserved constituencies (Lok Sabha). 2. Reserved constituencies (State Assembly). Bibliography. Index. Vol. 2. Social Justice and Dalits Preface. 1. Respect for the individual. 2. Myths and reality. 3. Roots of the evil. 4. Spread of the evil. 5. Struggle for stratification. 6. Social status. 7. Scene in countryside. 8. Special provisions. 9. Supportive steps. 10. Role of state. 11. Policy planning. 12. The discrimination. 13. Social conflicts. 14. The victims. 15. Despite reservation. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 3. Dalit Women Issues and Perspectives Preface. 1. Being Dalit and woman. 2. Issues at stake. 3. Plight of womanhood. 4. Status in society. 5. Current state. 6. Social stratification. 7. The emancipation. 8. Social structure. 9. Institution of family. 10. Economic aspects. 11. Social mobility. 12. Women's lib. 13. Changing face. 14. Modern Dalit woman. 15. New role. Statistical data Marriage statistics. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 4. Dalits Role of Education Preface. 1. Evolution and development. 2. Current scenario. 3. Basic problems. 4. Role of society. 5. School education. 6. College education. 7. The deserters. 8. Special provisions. 9. Role of religion. Statistical data Dalit education at a glance. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 5. Developments of Dalits Preface. 1. Historical background. 2. Socio economic factors. 3. Dalit economy. 4. Land and agriculture. 5. Policies and plans. 6. The upliftment. 7. Living conditions. 8. Housing pattern. 9. Health conditions. 10. Creamy layer. Statistical data Industrial workers at a glance. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 6. Dalits and law Preface. 1. Statutory protection. 2. Special provisions. 3. Solution by law. 4. Prohibition of untouchability. 5. Significant provisions. 6. The safeguards. 7. Statutory privileges. 8. Special transitional and temporary provisions. 9. Other safeguards. 10. Role of police. 11. Reserved vacancy recruitment. 12. Concessions and relaxations. 13. Promotions. 14. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act 1976. 15. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989. 16. Specified scheduled areas. 17. Scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. 18. Castes and religious groups. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 7. Human Rights and Dalits Preface. 1. Historical background. 2. First recognition. 3. Rightful development. 4. Philosophical basis. 5. Process of liberation. 6. Social emancipation. 7. Right of equality. 8. Social rights. 9. Law for liberty. 10. Socio religious practices. 11. Participation in social change. 12. Upward journey. 13. Great initiative. Appendix United Nations declaration of human rights. Bibliography. Index. Dalits or the downtrodden section of our society are a unique Indian entity. Which you do not find in any other country or nation in the world. The word Dalit as per Oxford Dictionary means a member of the lowest caste however it is now used as a term for the scheduled castes in our country. Dalit is relatively a new term while scheduled caste is a statutory term used for those castes which have been included in a particular schedule in our constitution. In fact various castes of Hindus traditionally known as Sudras who were considered backward culturally socially and economically had been listed in that category. The Indian constitution has bestowed some privileges and concessions upon these castes and they have been allotted quotas in education training and services which is known as reservation. Backed by constitution and law of the land the scheduled castes have enjoyed special privileges and relaxations in various competitions. A lot has been done for their empowerment and emancipation since independence yet the majority of these castes s. N° de ref. de la librería 53878

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Editorial: Anmol, New Delhi

Año de publicación: 2004

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