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The Problem of Justice in Political Theory and State Practice

Nilanjana Jain (Author)
Synopsis The book deals with the problem of justice in the whole spectrum of Political Theory from Plato to Rawls and Gandhi. There are separate chapters on Rawls and Gandhi. There are also separate chapters on some contemporary contentious issues in the administration of justice and these include: Social Justice and Reservation Policy. Empowerment of Women, Judicial Activism. The continuing importance of the book is ensured by its academic merit, scarcity of material available in this area of political theory, growing demand from students specially those appearing in the competitive examinations and the fact that these topics have gained prominence in public discussion and examination syllabi of the universities and Public Service Commissions in recent years only.
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About the author

Nilanjana Jain

Nilanjana Jain is lecturer in Political Science in the Arya Kanya Degree College, Allahabad, affilliated to the Allahabad University. She has had a first class academic career from High School up to the last degree, having graduated from Allahabad University and obtained the Master's Degree from B.H.U. She again joined Allahabad University for her Ph.D. Her publications incoude several articles published in national jrounals.

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Title The Problem of Justice in Political Theory and State Practice
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179750949
length 270p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.