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NGOs and Development: The Indian Scenario / Pawar, S.N.; Ambekar, J.B. & Shrikant, D. (Eds.)
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NGOs and Development: The Indian Scenario
Pawar, S.N.; Ambekar, J.B. & Shrikant, D. (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 25550
  ISBN-10 : 81-7033-834-4 / 8170338344
 
  Place of Publication : Jaipur
  Year of Publication : 2004
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  Language : English
  274p., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- Introduction. I. Theoretical perspectives: 1. Tree and the bark: on dialectics of voluntary organisations and social change/S.P. Punalekar. 2. Voluntary organisations and social change: a note/Edwin Masihi. 3. Voluntary organisations and development/G.R. Madan. 4. Role of voluntary agencies in social change/S. Gurusamy. 5. Role of voluntary organisations in social change: some issues/K. Pradeep Kumar. 6. Voluntary organisations and social change: need for ethnosociologist/N.R. Chaudhari. 7. Voluntary organisations: social change initiators/R. Shankar. II. Case studies: 8. Role of Vijnanaprabodhini in creating awareness among people: a case study/Lakshminarayana R. Tarodi. 9. Role of NGO in alcoholic de-addiction movement: a study in Karnataka/P.N. Subba Reddy, Chandrasekhar Buggi, V. Veerabhadraiah and N.G. Gangadharappa. 10. Bahubali: the Gurukul system of education and social change/Padmaja A. Patil. 11. Voluntary organisation as a catalytic agent of social change: a case study of Adgaon project/V.V. Deshpande. 12. Rotary clubs and social development/A Vijayarangan. 13. Voluntary organisation and rural development: an experiment of Dilasa in Aurangabad/Smita Awachar. 14. Voluntary organisation and community development: a case study of Maharashtra Arogya Mandal/Manik Mane. 15. Women voluntary organisations in Kolhapur city/Anuradha Samant. 16. Role of NGOs in social transformation/Sudhanshu D. Gore. 17. Women voluntary organisations and social change: a case study of Andhra Mahila Sabha, Hyderabad/A. Vidyavathi. 18. Voluntary efforts of scheduled castes and rural development in J & K/J.K. Pundir and Anoop Kumar. 19. Voluntary efforts of scheduled castes and their development: select evidence from North India/Jagdish Kumar Pundir. 20. Voluntary organisations and social change: a study in Dakshina Kannada district, Karnataka/Mohammed Peer. 21. Role of NGO in crisis families: a case study/C. Venkatachalam. 22. Voluntary organisations and social change: a case study of footwear industry in Agra/Girriappa Kollannavar, C. Pulinda Rao and B.K. Naidu. 23. Changes in rural society through voluntary action/Rashmi Singh and Anita Jhamtani.
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NGOs are in important link between people at the grassroots, civil society and the state. They have been instrumental in creating awareness and implementing development programmes in agriculture, watershed development, women's empowerment, education, de-addiction, removal of superstitions, and health and family welfare. They are thus representative of alternative modes of development thinking in India. At the same time, NGOs are dependent, on, and influenced by, the state as well as the national/international funding, ideology and programmes. This interface between NGOs, civil society and the state needs to be urgently addressed. There are various ways of approaching the NGOs in order to review their role in development. The scope is immense and the field of voluntary organisations is a fertile ground for researchers in sociology/social anthropology, economics and social work. The present book addresses itself to the political economy of NGOs as well as to issues such as ideology, human rights, people's participation, good governance, empowerment through concrete experiments/case studies of voluntary organisations functioning in various regions of the country.
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