South Asia: Polity, Literacy and Conflict Resolution; 3 Volumes
Pandey, Aditya (Ed.)
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Book ID : 29152
ISBN-10 : 81-8205-211-4 / 8182052114
ISBN-13 : 978-81-8205-211-6 / 9788182052116
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
x+276p.; x+308p.; x+281p., Figs., Tables, Bib., Index, 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Politics of South Asia: 1. Introduction; 2. Women's Political Participation; 3. Minorities in South Asia; 4. Communal Violence; 5. Caste Politics in India; 6. Geopolitical Characteristics of South Asia; 7. SAARC and Sub-regional Cooperation. Vol.2: Conflicts of South Asia: 1. Democratic Peace in South Asia; 2. Multilevel Security Challenges; 3. South Asia and the Nuclear Conflicts; 4. Trends in Politicisation and Militarisation; 5. Women in South Asian Conflicts; 6. Terrorism in South Asia; 7. Interstate Conflicts in South Asia; 8. Democracy and Human Rights Violations. Vol.3: Literacy and Development in South Asia: 1. Introduction; 2. Literacy and Development; 3. Education and Socioeconomic Development; 4. Strategy for Education Development; 5. Education for Human Development in South Asia; 6. Environmental Education and Sustainable Development; 7. Women Literacy and Development; 8. Functional Literacy; 9. Role Continuing Education; 10. Human Resource Development in South Asia.
The present publication in three volumes provides an in-depth analysis of the political, socio-economic, educational and security situation and ongoing patterns of social change in south Asia. The first volume Politics of South Asia deals with the political, communal violence, status of minorities, women's participation, etc. The second volume Literacy and development in South Asia describes the educational status and human development in the region. The third volume conflict in South Asia discusses issues such as multi-level security challenges; nuclear conflicts; trends in politicisation and militarization; women and conflicts; terrorism; interstate conflicts; human rights violations and democratic peace etc. The work will be a highly valuable reference tool for scholars, policy planners, students and teachers and researchers. It is intended to afford readers the opportunity to become intimately familiar with the key aspects which determine the sustainable development and bright future of South Asia.