Dalit And Social Justice
This book provides a detailed and comprehensive account of the status of Dalits in India. This book provides information about Dalit movements in the India, their mode of organisation, engagement in politics and contribution to processes of democratization and egalitarianism. It explores the social, economic and cultural content of Dalit transformation in modern India. The detailed conclusion outlines the policies required to facilitate the empowerment of Dalits. This book covers aspirations and struggle of the marginalised Dalit masses and looks forward to a new humanity based on equality, social justice and human dignity.
Vidya Devi has MasterÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s degree in Social Work from the University of Bombay and has also studied social work and community development at various university and institutions of national importance. She is particularly interested in social work and Dalit movement. She has several papers to her credit in leading Dalit journals. She possesses brilliant academic career and has been awarded several financial assistance from government organizations. Her areas of interest are Dalit upliftment social work and community development. She is actively associated with various NGOS and societies working toward the welfare of Dalit community. She has participated in various national and international conferences and seminars.
Preface VII 1. Dalits in India -- Pg. 1 2. Dalits: Black Untouchables -- Pg. 15 3. Concept of Social Justice -- Pg. 22 4. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: Great Leader -- Pg. 52 5. Legal and Moral Rights -- Pg. 66 6. Egalitarian Justice -- Pg. 100 7. Probable Solution of Social Justice -- Pg. 123 8. Social Justice: New Perspective -- Pg. 128 9. Social Norms in Justice -- Pg. 184 10. Political Equality and Social Justice -- Pg. 248 Bibliography -- Pg. 271 Index -- Pg. 275