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Domestic Violence Against Women in India

 
A.K. Singh (Author) S.P. Singh (Author) S.P. Pandey (Author)
Synopsis "Domestic Violence against women is a wide spread problem. However, its actual extent is difficult to measure. It may be very much higher than that the reports indicate because many instances of Domestic Violence against women are not reported. The research studies and surveys conducted by individuals generally produce higher estimates of violence than official records. However, they are also assumed to underestimate the actual extent of Domestic Violence against women. For a variety of reasons, women may fail to report violence that takes place in the family. According to available statistics from around the world, about 33 per cent of the women have experienced violence in one form or the other in their intimate relationship at some point in their life. This is an average based on available national surveys across industrialized and developing countries published in the report of the World Health Organization in 1997. In India, the actual prevalence of Domestic Violence against women is scant. Against this view point present book throws light on various aspects and dimensions of Domestic Violence. The book consists of 31 chapters split into three sections. Section I, deals with concept, nature and dimensions of Domestic Violence. This section contains 12 chapters; Section II is concerned with Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act. This section contains 9 chapters and, Section III deals with Domestic Violence against women, consequences and impact. This section contains 10 chapters. At the end recommendations are given to minimize the Domestic Violence against women and also effective enforcement of Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2006. The recommendations will be helpful to planners, administrators, researchers and development activists for the successful implementation of the Act at the grass root level. This book will also provide and serve as a resource book in finding out the lacunae and further improvement in the PWDV Act, 2006."
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About the authors

A.K. Singh

A.K. Singh is Assistant Professor (Agriculture) at North Eastern Regional Institute of Water and Land Management, Tezpur, Assam. He did his M.Sc. from Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi, and Ph.D. from Visva Bharati Santiniketan. He is a recipient of University Fellowship, Department of Atomic Energy Fellowship and National Agricultural Technology Project Fellowship. He has published 16 research papers in national and international journals of repute and attended several seminars.

S.P. Singh

Dr. S.P. Singh, obtained degrees of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. & A.H. and M.Sc. (Ag.) Horticulture from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (UP) India in 1964 and 1970 respectively. In the same University, he conducted research and imparted technical know-how on seed production technology in cereal and vegetable crops to the progressive farmers of Tarai region of western U.P. He was awarded Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR, New Delhi leading to Ph.D. degree in Horticulture at National Botanical Reserch Institute, Lucknow under Kanpur University, Kanpur (UP) in 1974-78. He joined Konkar Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli, Ditt. Ratnagiri (MS) as Assistant Professor in 1978 and worked in the cadre of Associate Professor from January 1979 to Nov. 1983 in the same University. Presently Dr. Singh is serving as Associate Professor of Horticulture at Gujarat Agricultural University, Junagadh Campups, Junagadh since December, 1983. Dr. Singh has published more than 50 research papers and 65 semi-research articles in Horticulture. Dr. Singh is a life member of the Indian Journal of Plant Science Research and Indian Farmers’ Digest His main areas of interests are floriculture, olericulture and plantation crops. He is author of three more books, viz. 1. Mist propagation, 2. The Gliricidia, 3. Scientific Management of Arecanut Gardens.

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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.

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Bibliographic information

Title Domestic Violence Against Women in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 25.08.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Madhav Books
Language: English
isbn 8190789127
length xx+442p.