Globalisation is the persistent pervasive over used and under defined buzzword of the new millennium. It implies a free market profit and growth oriented economy. The impact of globalisation upon women has attracted immense attention of scholars and academics the world over with some emphasising the beneficial aspects of globalisation and insisting that women have generally benefited from improvements in the world economy while others stress upon its overall negative impact which includes but is not limited to a denial of entitlements as well as a violation of women's human rights.
This book presents a new approach and theoretical perspective for the study of world social reality of crucial issues concerning to Dalit women. The chapters cover a wide spectrum of theme related to the Dalit women who constitute a lower segment. Marginalism and racial exclusion of Dalits is a burning issue today. This book on Dalits goes back into past and looks at the history of Dalit alienation. The book Dalit Women and globalisation in 21st century is an eye opener for policy makers administrators and social workers.