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Social Justice For Weaker Section
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Ranjithkumar, A and Anil, A
viii+129 p., figs., tabls., 25 cm
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Weight :  330 gms
Binding :  E-Book
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Scholars World
Year :  2016
 

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ISBN: 9789351308287
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Social justice reflects a pattern of social norm and moral values and the individual conduct is to be evaluated on its basis. In this sense justice becomes the criterion for judging the individuals in a society. Unless and until the existing inequalities in society will not be removed, society will not be just. But in the contemporary political philosophy, liberty vs. equality debate about justice has been over. The composition of justice is liberty, equality and rights. This book major topic other sense of justice can be applied to the distribution of any 'goods’ in society: freedom, rights, wealth, leisure and so on. And how to reformative laws and social justice: providing constitutional safeguard to weaker section. It has been very heartwarming to watch the convergence of social thinking upon many sources concerned with the present society and to note at the same time the multidisciplinary approaches of his focusing, sociologists and other specialist groups determined to create a stable up till now flowing notion of the social life of modern India. The book analyzes and investigates weaker section tribulations and show up in Indian constitutional.

Preface v
1. The Concept of Social Justice in India 1
Dr. Chandrabhanu Bharas
2. Emerging Neo-Buddhist Identity in North India: Formation, Consoli- 16
dation and Assertion
Shiva Sankar Das
3. The Pattali Makkal Katchi (Pmk): Road Ahead 33
S. Murugananthan and Dr. T. Krishnakumar
4. Reformative Laws and Social Justice: Providing Constitutional 40
Safeguard for ‘Women’ in Contemporary India
Deepika Chauhan
5. Violence Against Women : Indian Perspective 46
Dr. R. Radhika Devi
6. Mobility and Violation of Human Rights 54
K.T.Thasniya
7. Impact of Self Help Groups on Scheduled Caste Women in Chittoor 61
district, A.P: A Study
Dr. N.Padmaja and Dr.M.Sreevidya
8. Production of women from Domestic violence 70
A. Sumithira
9. Status of Muslim Women in Modern India 78
K.Vellaichamy
10. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes – An Unsolved 85
Problem in India
Dr. P. Angayarkanni
11. Tribal Education in India: Constraints and Opportunities 90
V Ramana Murthy Gedda and Dr. K. Anbu
12. The Current Status of Dalit Christians in Tamilnadu 96
S.Yesu Suresh Raj
13. Socio - Economic impact on Converted Muslim: A study with special 102
reference to Dalit community in Tirunelveli District
N. Sofia and Dr. R. Selvaraju
14. Status of Dalits Women in India Today 109
Dr. C.Subbulakshmi
15. Community Driven Development Model of Microfinance Facilitated: 118
A Study on Pudhu Vaazhvu Project in Ramanathapuram
Joseph Anandha Raj. J and Dr. Relton. A

A. Ranjithkumar., M.A., B.P.Ed., PGDIR & LL., Ph.D., is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Development Administration, Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University, Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu who has qualified UGC–NET in Human Rights and Duties, Political Science and Public Administration. His various research papers have been published in leading professional journals. He has presented research papers at many national as well as international conferences. Dr. Ranjithkumar has published a book. He has been active member in the Committee on Concepts and Methods (C&M) is a Research Committee of the International Political Science Association (IPSA).
A. Anji obtained his post graduation in History, Thiruvalluvar University, and Master of Philosophy in Women’s Studies from Pondicherry University, who has submitted his Ph.D thesis in the Centre for Women’s Studies, Gandhigram Rural Institute - Deemed University, Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu. He has been awarded Doctoral Research fellowship from Indian Council for Social Science Research, New Delhi. He has published many research articles in international journals of repute and also published a book in Tamil lagunage.

   

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