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Research, Women Problems and Concerns
Indian Women Problems and Concerns0 out of 5(0)
The present volume, entitled Indian Women: Problems and Concerns, has evolved primarily out of the papers presented at the seminar. The chapters in the volume are mostly based on these papers, which have been revised, as and where needed, by the scholars and researchers.
Joint Editor Professor Damodar Singh of the Department of History, BS College, Danapur, not only scrutinized the chapters, but also thematically arranged the present anthedogy Consequently, the volume, having My chapters, has been divided into five parts.
A national seminar on Gender Equality: A Historical Perspective was organised by the Department of History, Sri Arvind Mahila College, Patna,- under the patronage of Dr. Asha Singh, Principal of the college, and Professor Poonam Choudhury, former Head of the Department of History, as Organising Secretary of the Seminar in January 2011. The seminar was jointly sponsored by the University Grants Commission and the Indian Council of Historical research. It was attended by more than hundred delegates from different parts of Bihar and the country. They included both senior and eminent scholars and young researchers.SKU: JPPAT97905
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Indian Women Through The Ages0 out of 5(0)
India is a multifaceted society wherein no generalization could apply to the sation’s various regional, religious, social and economic groups. Nonetheless certain broad circumstances in which Indian women live affect the way they participate in the economy. A common denominator in their lives is that a large number of them are generally confined to home, with restricted mobility, and in seclusion. Other, unwritten, hierarchical practices place further constraints on women. Throughout history, women have generally been restricted to the role of a home-maker, that of a mother, a sister and wife.
In spite of India’s reputation for respecting women, including treating her as a Goddess, history reveals that women were also ill-treated. There was no equality between men and women. This is true of ancient, medieval and early modern times.
Women have been minor players in the cosmic dra. They were increasingly dominated by social rigidities and historical events. Women in primitive times were strong. Matriarchal society was the feature of those times. Tilling soil was the beginning of the Earth Goddess cult. From Indus to the Pacific, the Mother Goddess was external symbol of life. The emergence of this supreme women power was the direct result of following the nature. Considering the analogy between seed and earth and male and female, men are thus dependent on women, because she is the sole provider of his creature comforts. Women, like carth, gave life, sustenance and strength.
The Vedic period gave India both Aryan paternalism and its great compilations of learning, the Vedas and Upanishads “With the advent of the Aryans, the situation changed. Since the northern climate had long winters fishing, hunting and maintaining fire were the chief means of survival Thus the woman, along with her children, was dependent on the brave and godlike male who bore hard life outside. In this way, a couple of forms of life developed side by side: one for women secluded and confined to inside, and other for men the external one, full of adventures.SKU: JPPAT97904
Anatomy of Social Motive An Indian Perspective0 out of 5(0)
This book entitled Anatomy of Social Motive An Indian Perspective is based on the findings of a research project. Motive is the presence of purpose and desire to achieve daily life, career, and business goals. Motive helps us to get up early and become productive, There are two types of motive Biological and Social or acquired motives. In this book attempt has been made to study only social motives. The important social motive which are covered under study are Achievement Motivation, Achievement Anxiety. Level of Aspiration and Scholastic Aspiration. Social motives refers to the human need to interact with other human and to be accepted by them. These interactions are considered to be social behaviour that address, either directly or indirectly, other people with the purpose of soliciting a response.
The main purpose of bringing this book is to assess the different social motives (Achievement Motivation, Achievement Anxiety, Level of Aspiration and Scholastic Aspiration) of the students and to see the effect of race, sex, religion, area of residence, family type, family size, SES and ordinal positions on these social motives. On the basis of the findings it may be concluded that race, sex, religion, caste, SES, area of residence of an individual are an important determinant of the social. motives where as family type and ordinal position of a person has almost nothing to do with social motives. The achievement motivation of a person bears positive and significant relation with other social motives.
No doubt that not only the researcher and students of Social Psychology but all persons concerned with various aspects of Psychology will get many things of vital interest in it.SKU: JPPAT97845