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Year : 2009

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xii+212 pp, 2014 imp.

ISBN : 9788175414594 (HB), Price : $75.00 Add To Cart

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About the Book

Development is the immediate concern, however difficult to achieve ignoring the participation of all for whom it is proposed. In the gendered society like ours, gaps are prominent in favour of males in almost all indices of development, which are actually the resultant of gender-role-stereotyping, often disseminated through formal education and thereby arrange 'gender-creation'.
The volume deals with issues of education, keeping women in its central position to explore the intervening factors and their influence causing status-injury of and intellectual misrecognition for the women as also social impacts of education irrespective of culture, which hinder their development.

About Author

Rajarshi Roy, a postgraduate in Education and Sociology and doctorate in Education, is actively associated with Educational and Policy research for the development of oppressed. His specific contribution is in the area of Ethnopedagogy and socio-educational studies for the life-improvement of the population at crisis. Dr. Roy believes in participatory research through observation and introspection. Presently he is associated with a National Research-cum-Training Institute located in Kolkata, under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, which is dealing with restricted sphere of Education.


List of Tables and Figures

1. Universal Women's Education in India- KARUBAKI DATTA
2. Women, Higher Education and Change A Critical Pedagogy For Women- DZINTRA ILIÅ KO
3. Relevance of Exclusive Women's Colleges: Their Mandate- JAYA INDERSEN
4. Women and Higher Education in India- KAUSAR WIZARAT AND VIJAY VRAT ARYA
5. Gender Intervention The Factor Influencing Participation of Tribes in Higher Education- ANJANA PAIRA AND RAJARSHI ROY
6. Bridging the Gender Gulf in Education for Women Empowerment in India- SHOBANA NELASCO AND JUNOFY ANTO ROZARINA
7. Women in Assam: Conflict, Human Development and Decentralization- SUJATA DUTTA HAZARIKA
8. Being A Female Industrial Engineer: A Portuguese Case- CELINA P. LEÃO, CARINA PIMENTEL AND CRISTINA S. RODRIGUES
9. Domestic Violence: A Violation of Human Rights of Women- VIBHUTI PATEL
10. Development of Women's Education in Bangladesh- SAMINA SULTANA, KHANDOKER MAHMUDUR RAHMAN AND RUBA RUMMANA
11. Attitude Towards School Infrastructure Among Girls of Primary Schools: A Survey in West Bengal- DEBDULAL DUTTA ROY AND AMRITA PANDA
12. Women Development Through Tech-voc Education A Case Study In Overseas Teacher's Perspective- S. RENUKADEVI
13. Education and Empowerment of Women An Issue For India- DULAL MUKHOPADHYAYA


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