Education as Development
Deprivation, Poverty, Dispossession
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This book is an in-depth analysis of the educational development of tribals in India. Education as Development: Deprivation, Poverty, Dispossession is a significant new addition for understanding educational and economic setbacks experienced by the marginalized in India.
• Focuses on how the social, economic and education systems have evolved over time in India and identifies the scope of development in these areas;
• Provides a rational structure for readers to understand how the Adivasi in India can be made to fit in the modern designed education system;
• Highlights the problems of the marginalized – such as income inequality, education, health, housing, governance, civil society environment and infrastructure and others which hampers their overall growth.
This book will be of great interest to students and researchers and policy makers in the fields of education, minority studies, indigenous studies, sociology of education, and South Asian studies.
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1. Educating the Tribal Population in The Era of Globalization: The Supply and Demand Driven Approaches
2. Tribal Life In Schools: Critical Pedagogy
3. Educational Status of Women and Girl Child: Lambadi Tribe in Telangana State
4. Education and Emancipation of Tribal Children: Analysing Human Development in Lens of Capability Approach Perspective
5. Interactions: Micro politics, Quality, And Educational Interventions
6. Inclusion of the Excluded: A Probe into the Status of the Tribal Women in West Bengal
7. Is Education Challenging Task for Particularly Tribal Venerable Groups in 21st Century? With Reference of Adilabad, Telangana
8. Problems of Tribal Education in India: An Analysis
9. Tribal Education: Dimensions of Communities in India
10. Development-Induced Displacement and Resettlement of Indigenous Communities in India: Policy and Practice
11. Marginalized Communities in the Era of Globalization and North East India
12. The Nomadic Tribe in India: Understanding Their Struggle and Politics of Exclusion
13. The Education Question from the Perspectives of Missionaries
14. Socio-Political Awakening in Jammu and Kashmir
15. Tribes in India. Public policy Perspective
16. Development Projects and Issues of Displacement of Tribal People in Andhra Pradesh
Ramdas Rupavath, head, Centre for Human Rights and professor in the department of political science, University of Hyderabad, India. His research interests include Indian political process, democratic theory and practice, tribal development in India, social movements, education and politics and political party system in India. He has published six books and several research papers.