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Rehabilitation of Disadvanced Children and Women Sex Workers

Sanjay Kumar Pandey (Author) S.P. Pandey (Author) Awadhesh Kumar Singh (Author)
Synopsis Children form the first priority on the National agenda as they are most vulnerable and foundation of the nation. However, the exploitation, neglect, discrimination and violence against children have caused enormous social distortions and violations of human rights. The porous borders have added the new dimensions in trafficking in girls and young women in India as large number of girls and young women are being trafficked from Nepal and Bangladesh and are thrown into brothels of metropolitan cities. Millions of commercial sex workers and their dependent children are facing problems with social stigma, deviance and exclusion in the context of globalization, economic liberalization and marketization of Indian economy and society. Therefore rehabilitation of trafficked children and women is imperative. Importantly, physically and mentally challenged persons are most marginalized and suffer from social deviance, stigma and social exclusion and oppression. The prevalence of disability is increasing as globalization, liberalization and modern life style has promoted accident rate causing impairments and disabilities. A significant number of physically and mentally challenged persons are children. The rehabilitation of physically and mentally challenged persons need new approach with multi pronged strategies. Against this view point the present book provides the emerging perspective of disadvantaged children--children of commercial sex workers, and physically and mentally challenged children. The book also gives a brief account of the rationale of social rehabilitation of disadvantaged children with the admirable felicity of understanding the social problems and efforts made so far for the welfare, development and empowerment of disadvantaged children. The book will be highly useful for understanding the dynamics of social problems and giving a direction of social rehabilitation of disadvantaged children.
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About the authors

Sanjay Kumar Pandey

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pandey is Social Scientist, Pandit GovindBallabh Panrt Institute of Studies in Rural Development,Lucknow. He has done his Ph.D. from Lucknow University, Lucknow. He has been associated with several research and evaluation studies conducted by the Institute. He is free lancer and editor of a cultural magazine named “Loktatva” published by Lokrang, Lucknow.

S.P. Pandey

Shivapujan Pandey (1958) is Director, Pt. G.B. Pant Institute of Studies in Rural Development, Lucknow. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in History from Lucknow University in 1984. He has devoted his attention towards art and culture with admirable felicity of understanding and expression. He as already conducted about 30 studies in the field of tribal, women, development programmes, culture and art.

Awadhesh Kumar Singh

Dr. Awadhesh Kr. Singh (b. 1961) is presently consultant, Institute of Development Studies, and Faculty Member, MMEM Programme, Institute of Management Sciences, Lucknow University, Lucknow. Dr. Singh is associated with a number of academic bodies NGO's, journal, magazines, and research institution. He has a few published books and over six dozens of papers in his credit. Dr. Singh has attended and participated in a number of seminars, workshops, training programmes and conferences. He is well received in academic forums.

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Title Rehabilitation of Disadvanced Children and Women Sex Workers
Format Hardcover
Date published: 26.10.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183872126
length x+210p., Tables