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Tribal Women Education: Constraints and Strategies

 
P. Adinarayan Reddy (Author) D Uma Devi (Author)
Synopsis A number of studies have highlighted the position of literacy among rural and urban women even on Tribal men population in India but unfortunately there are very few studies dealing with literacy among in tribal communities that too women among primitive tribal groups. The study fills the gap in a small way by enquiring in to the factors affecting literacy among the women of Savara classified as one of the primitive tribes in Andhra Pradesh and Toda a well-known polyandrous tribe in the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu. A few findings from this study go against the accepted assumptions like the tribals are not interested in giving education to their girls. Among both the tribes, overwhelming majority of the women desire that their daughters should receive some education. There are a few other findings who go against popular assumptions about the attitude of the tribal in general and tribal women in particular. The study and its findings is likely fore the researchers to re-think about their research methods and conceptual framework while initiating research among the tribal communities in India. This book will be of great use not only to the researchers in social sciences but also to the NGOs, experts in education and the administrators in tribal areas.
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About the authors

P. Adinarayan Reddy

Dr. P.A. Reddy, (b. 1957). He took his bachelor degree in science (1978) and education (1981) from Bangalore University, Post Graduation (1980) and Doctoral Degrees (1990) in Adult Education from S.V. University and M.Ed. (1984) from Annamalai University. He is at present with the department of Adult Education in S.V. University Tirupati. He has undergone training in youth and adult Education in Denmark and had opportunities to study adult and non-formal education programmes in Denmark, Sweden and West Germany during visit to these countries. He has so far published 50 research papers in various reputed education, adult education and social science journals. He has also published six-book viz., Adult Education in India, Determinant of instructor effectiveness, Readings of interest of Adults, Post-Literacy and continuing education, total literacy campaign for children, Exposure of women to Mass Media, Health consciousness among women, Total Literacy Campaign: Problem Perspectives, Education of Tribal Women.

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D Uma Devi

Dr. D. Uma Devi was born in 1965. She took her B.Com., (1985), M.A. (1987) and Ph.D. (1993) in Adult Education and M.A. (1996) in Sociology from S.V. University. At present she is in the Dept. of Adult Education, S.V. University, Tirupati. She has so far published 11 research papers in various reputed education, adult education and social science journals and presented nearly 18 research papers in National and International Seminars.

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Bibliographic information

Title Tribal Women Education: Constraints and Strategies
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 208p., Tables; Appendice; Bibliography; 23cm.