2 edition of A sociological study of widows & orphans in Kashmir found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bashir Ahmad Dabla|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2010319560|
Book Description: Widows and Orphans First investigates the importance of local economies and values in the origins of the welfare state through an exploration of widows' lives in three industrial American cities with widely differing economic, ethnic, and racial bases. _xB_In Fall River, Massachusetts, employment was regarded as the solution to widows' poverty, so public charitable. This examination led to an ambitious program of study that caused me to investigate the structural bases of oppression and to look carefully at the role law played in the bolstering of power and privilege in ancient Israelite society. the present book, then, explores the plight of widows, strangers, and orphans .
Hyderabad Widows Looking. Arifat Jan said traditionally in Kashmir, the widows used to be remarried with ease but now things had started to change and called for bringing reforms. He said the rights of half-widows and orphans needed to be protected at all costs. a book shop and a school to educate her child.
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Book:Sociological Papers on Kashmir Author: Dr Bashir Ahmad Dabla Publisher: Jay Kay Books, Srinagar, Kashmir Year of Publication: Pages: (2 volumes) Price: Rs Mushtaq Ul Haq Ahmad Sikander The Kashmir issue was born in the aftermath of the Partition of the subcontinent.
Kashmir, since then has remained the bone of contention between India and Pakistan; Kashmiri. Kashmir from sociological perspective Greater Kashmir | Book: Sociological Papers on Kashmir (2 volumes)Publisher: Jay Kay Books, Srinagar,Price: Author: Dr.
Book:Sociological Papers on Kashmir. Author: Dr Bashir Ahmad Dabla. Publisher: Jay Kay Books, Srinagar, Kashmir plus the manipulation of schemes about welfare of orphans and widows and how the money is embezzled by the workers and political activists of the ruling elite, and how the statistics or sociological study of raped women is yet.
See B. Dabla, “Impact of Indianization on Muslim Kashmir,” Sociological Papers on Kashmir, vol. 1 (Srinagar: Jay Kay Books, ), 31–36; see also “Instrument of Accession,” signed by Maharaja Hari Singh of the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir; and speech of Jawaharlal Nehru in Srinagar, Kashmir in Google ScholarAuthor: Bashir Ahmed Dabla.
Survey on orphans and widows in Kashmir The study by Kashmir university which has been published as a book, says ``the number of widows grew up. The secondary sources include books, journals A Sociological study of Widows and Orphans in Kashmir.
() A Sociological study of Widows and Orphans in Kashmir. Srinagar: Jay Kay. Dabla BA. A sociological study of widows and orphans in Kashmir/Kashmir: Jay Kay Books Srinagar; Bhat AA, Rahman S, Bhat NM. Mental Health Issues in Institutionalized Adolescent Orphans. The International Journal of Indian Psychology ; 3(1): Puffer ES, Drabkin AS, Stashko AL, Broverman S, OgwangOdhiambo R, Sikkema KJ.
Traditionally widows have to wear white clothes. We have had instances of widow burning, sati, in the past. Some efforts are being made to revive this practice, though with little success. The state of Jammu and Kashmir has nurtured a long conflict which entered into an armed phase in The study is based on responses from households of half widows spread across nearly villages and towns in Jammu and Kashmir, and painstakingly notes the multiple vulnerabilities they face.
and Pakistan”, New Delhi: Tulika Books; for Journal of Society in Kashmir, Vol. I, Augustpp— [ISSN- X]. Prof. Bashir Ahmad Dabla (); “A Sociological Study of Widows and Orphans in Kashmir”, Srinagar: Jay Kay Bookshop; for the Greater Kashmir, Janu [“Bruised Kashmir—A Study].
인도령 잠무 카슈미르주 정부의 조사에서는 최대 10만여 명 이상이 부모를 잃었다고 나와있으나, 년 사회학자 바쉬드 아마드 다블라의 《카슈미르 내 고아와 사별여성에 대한 사회학적 연구》(A Sociological Study of Widows and Orphans in Kashmir)에 따르면 발생한 고아는. This papers in this book were written in the preceding social context during the last four years.
All these presentations portray this greatest social and human tragedy which has consumed about 1,00, human beings and gave birth to 32, widows, 98, orphans, 6,00, disabled, 10, disappeared and s injured men and molested-raped women. Kashmir conﬂict widows and only % remarried and it has also cre- orphans in Jammu and Kashmir is 2,14, and 37 % of them were orphaned due In another study on orphan.
A Socioilogical Study of Widows and Orphans in Kashmir. Srinagar: Jay Kay Publishers. x During conflict, youth health risks increase, especially for female youth.
Anxiety and depression, extreme stress, high-risk drug use and suicide are disturbing. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Jammu and Kashmir funds study initiated by Ministry. The financial assitance is given to widows, elderly people, differently-abled, and for professional studies and scholarships to orphans of.
The study was carried out by nine researchers under the guidance of Dr Bashir Ahmed Dabla, Head of the Department, with respondents ( widows and orphans) taken in six districts of Kashmir. In all, respondents (50 widows and 50 orphans) were taken in each of the districts of Baramula, Srinagar, Kupwara, Pulwama, Anantnag and.
Major concerns of social security in India A case study of widows in Kashmir),Sarafraz Ahmad,Macmillan Publishers India ltd Impact of Armed conflict on the horticulture industry of Kashmir (A special Reference of Sopore).Sarafraz Ahmad,vol.1 issue.
KASHMIR Women’s Agency Sociological theories usually deal with stable societies, and while sociologists study violence as a social problem, they rarely engage activities of the organisations are the education and upbringing of orphans, the rehabilitation of widows, mental health counselling for women and children, and the rehabilitation.
Another study conducted by the department of education in the University of Kashmir reveals that orphans between the age group of and live in a state of depression and dreariness. And another study conducted by the institute of Jammu and Kashmir Affairs stated that per cent of orphans in Kashmir have become fearful, per cent.
All these presentations portray this greatest social and human tragedy which has consumed about 1,00, human beings and gave birth to 32, widows, 98, orphans, 6,00, disabled, 10, disappeared and s injured men and molested-raped women., This book stands for a sociological and scientific presentation of facts and figures from.became widows and orphans, social relations have been destroyed, and in addition to these people became psychologically ill, and are unable to carryout day to day activities.
Family breakdown, family conflicts, unemployment, late marriages, orphanage culture, etc., grow at fast rate in these situations of Kashmir.
Most of.A report prepared by an NGO put the figure of orphans aro children. Another study conducted by the Institute of Jammu and Kashmir Affairs stated that percent of .