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“Lajja”, “Shame of a Shameless Society” -A Sociological Study of Delhi Gang Rape Case.

By Research Scholar,
IRJSSCE.

When we open the pages of “Bhagwat Gita”, “Quran” or any religious book in Indian Society, each of these pages encourage the protection of its woman group in Indian society. Because, a society in which women are ill-treated, humiliated and exploited that society is fit to be called “Society of Savages”. Rise in the “Woman’s Protection Measures” shows the Progress of its Social Organization while failure of woman’s Safety or Security highlights the degradation of its own Society. “Crime against Women in India” is not a recent concept, it has been deeply rooted its origin since time immemorial. “Gang Rape” is one of the heinous crimes against women in Indian Society. This is an attempt to showcase different prospectives of a “Shameful” incidence i.e. “Delhi Gang Rape-2012” of a Shameless Society through a sociological study in Indian Society. This Research is divided into different sections. Each of these sections highlights an important area of Painful situation of a rape victim and high risky Condition of Gang Rape Victims in India, which is related to the concept of Violence, Vulnerability, Life Risks associated with rape Victims in Indian Society. In addition, every section helps in developing overall understanding the importance of their protection measures and their fearless Journey in Indian Society, it tries to inculcate, a perspective of appreciating the importance of safety Measures for their bright future as being a “Better tomorrow”. This is a study of attitudes toward the Gender violence among women in Delhi, in which the gender inequality has strong roots in tradition. This practice is quite resistant to Progressive world. However, because it’s social and economic consequences carry tangible hampers in an increasingly India’s unique culture of “Respect for Women” and “Treating women equally with other human being”. This paper highlights 7 golden steps to resolve this issue from its root.[Read More]

VOLUME NO. 1 (2012), ISSUE NO. 1 (Nov)IRJSSCE  ISSN: 2311-3121

A Sociological study on Girl child condition in India, by M.sahoo

Abstract: The worst sufferers in the society today are the poor children especially girls. Of course it is not to say that the male-children are not exploited and humiliated in the society. They are also vulnerable to torture and many other in- human conditions. But the pity is that the girl-children are subjected to more of ill-treatment than the boys. An enlightened democracy is one which learns to respect both the boys and the girls of the society alike. Gender biases appear throughout the life cycle of women in India. The still-declining child sex-ratio is a clear indicator of the selective elimination of female foetuses….. [ read more]

Literature Review on “SANTHAL” in India by Ms.S.mishra…

Abstract: Review of literature on Santhal is alarmed with examining the social function of religion in particular society, namely, Santal society. Though the Santals have had no printed records of their own, a great deal has been written about them which can be explored through in depth literature review on their work. The earliest works on this tribe were ethnographic accounts collected by travellers, missionaries and British administrators. W. J. Culshaw a Christian Missionary lived in the Bankura district of West Bengel between 1932 and 1943. During his stay he wrote many articles which were published in periodicals. His book “TheTribal Heritage:- A Study of the Santhals” (1949) is an all round picture of the Snthals wherever culture, music, folklore, mythology, clan organisation, religion, magic , witchcraft, annual cycle of festivals, rites of passage and impact of the Christian mission on the Santhals…….[ read more]

A Case Study of Mining & Mineral Industries in India
The country is having a well-developed mining sector, which has vast geological potential with over 20,000 known mineral deposits. Up to the Seventh Plan period (1990), significant progress was made in the development of mineral resources in the country which is amply depicted in the appreciation of mineral inventory. This helped the country to enter the realm of plenty in respect of certain minerals in which it was hitherto deficient. The discovery of huge bauxite deposits, particularly in the East Coast, is a case in point, which took the country from the phase of a nonentity to one having the fifth largest inventory of bauxite in the world. In the Eighth Plan, greater emphasis was laid on mineral exploration by adoption of improved technologies like remote sensing, geotechniques, etc., particularly for those minerals in which the resource base of the country is poor such as gold, diamond, nickel, tungsten, rock phosphate, sulphur, etc…….
Empowering Women through creation of WSHGs in Chilika Region.pdf [ read more]



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