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Owing to tremendous advancement in Science and Technology, Transport and Communication the modern world is exposed to stupendous changes, to which societies experience, respond and assimilate with appropriate policies.

In the present work, Law and Social Transformation in India, Dr. P. Ishwara Bhat expertly puts forward optimistic signs of the Indian legal system’s competence to both lead and follow social transformation with an admirable commitment to multiculturalism, empowerment and sober modernism. Amidst diverse approaches about relations between law and social transformation, he inclines to adopt a holistic analysis and prefers an activist role for the State and citizens. Major spheres of pluralism, empowerment and modernisation, are traversed in the course of the discussion where the present work touches upon a large spectrum of human and social actions.

The book will benefit students and teachers of law and sociology, lawyers, judges, legislators, social activists, NGOs, administrators, policy makers in the government and the general public of the country.

Table Of Contents:

CHAPTERS

PART I

GENERAL

THEORY, HISTORY, ALTERNATIVES AND THE CONSTITUTION 

  1. Law and social transformation: a theoretical discussion
  2. Historical and sociological discourse on law’s role in social transformation
  3. Alternatives to legal strategy : Gandhism, Sarvodaya, Marxism and Naxalism
  4. Constitution’s orientation and response to social transformation

PART II

MULTICULTURALISM AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION RELIGION, LANGUAGE, REGION AND ETHNICITY

  1. Religion and law
  2. Language and law: towards equality in language rights
  3. Language rights in education
  4. People’s language as the language of courts: perspectives, problems and the needed strategies
  5. Regionalism , law and social transformation
  6. Ethnic pluralism, tribal development and social transformation : a focus on security, self government and social justice

PART III

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION BY EMPOWERMENT

EMPOWERING THE BACKWARD CLASSES, WOMEN AND CHILDREN

  1. Caste, law and empowerment of the backward classes
  2. Constitutional policy and development towards gender justice
  3. Crime against women and law’s response thereto
  4. Law, child welfare and social transformation

PART IV

MODERNISATION AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

CONCEPT, FAMILY LAW, ECONOMIC REFORMS, JUSTICE DELIVERY SYSTEM AND PARTICIPATIVE DEMOCRACY

  1. Modernisations and Law
  2.  Family Law, modernization and social transformation
  3. Economic development, law and social transformation: focus on agriculture, industry, and environment
  4. Reforms in the justice delivery system, modernization and law
  5. Role of democracy, panchayati raj and NGOs in social transformation through law
  6. Conclusion

 BIBLIOGRAPHY 

SUBJECT INDEX

Details :

  • Publisher : Eastern Book Company
  • Author : P. Ishwara Bhat
  • Edition : 1st Edition Reprint 2021
  • ISBN-13 : 9789389656992
  • ISBN-10 : 9789389656992
  • Language : English
  • Binding : Hardbound
  • No of Pages : 1032

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