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Social Impact of Militancy In Kashmir

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ISBN: 9788121210997    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2011     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 296        Language: English
Description About The Author:- B. A. Dabla is presently the Professor and Head, Department of Sociology, University of Kashmir, Srinagar. Earlier he was a faculty at the Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh....Read more
Description About The Author:- B. A. Dabla is presently the Professor and Head, Department of Sociology, University of Kashmir, Srinagar. Earlier he was a faculty at the Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. He has also served the Jammu and Kashmir Government as Assistant Director and Press Officer to Chief Minister. Prof. Dabla has to his credit 19 books, 52 research papers, 106 articles, 16 surveys/study reports, and 17 research projects. He is also the editor of two journals, namely, Journal of Society in Kashmir and Kasheer.His areas of interest are Social Change and Development; Women, Children and Society; Sociology of Islam, Muslims and Minorities; Migration and Population Changes; Kashmir Sociology; and Conflict Situation. He was the member of NCF group of NCERT, and ICSSR, New Delhi. The author has been awarded recently prestegious Mawlana Azad National Fellowship by the I.C.S.S.R., New Delhi.Contents:- Contents # List of Abbreviations 9: Preface 13: Acknowledgements 19: 1. Introduction 21: [i] Kashmir: The Political Entity 21: [ii] Political Background of Kashmir Problem 22: [iii] Post-accession Developments in J&K 25: [iv] Different Perspectives 28: [v] Impact of Militancy: The Varying Views 35: [vi] Context: Focus and Relevance of the Study 37: [vii] Objectives of the Study 38: 2. Methodology 44: [i] Application of Scientific Methods and Techniques 44: [ii] Methodology of Research Papers 45: [iii] Methodology of Other Studies - Books 47: [iv] Methodology of Social Surveys 47: [v] Other Methodology Features of Surveys 47: 3. Social Background of Militancy 49: [i] Indianization of Kashmir 49: [ii] Negation of Kashmiri Identity 50: [iii] Demographic Manipulation 51: [iv] Economic Baselessness 52: [v] Educational Backwardness 55: [vi] Cultural Deprivation 56: 6 Social Impact of Militancy in Kashmir: 4. Crucial Sociological Implications of Militancy 59: [i] Cumulative Human and Material Loss 59: [ii] Militarization and its Social Impact 62: [iii] The Economic Collapse 67: [iv] Migration and Demographic Loss 73: [v] Mental and Physical Health Deterioration 80: 5. Sociological Implications of Militancy 95: [i] Demographic Transformation 95: [a] Social Dynamics of Migration in Kashmir 95: [b] Demographic Changes in J&K State 100: [c] Population Changes in J&K -2001 103: [ii] Changes in Family and Marriage Patterns 106: [a] Family in Kashmir between Tradition and Modernity 106: [b] Kashmiri Family Besieged Stressfully 109: [c] Changing Patterns Marriage in Kashmir 113: [d] Changing Practices Marriage in Kashmir Valley 122: [iii] Conflict and Violence Against Women in Kasmir 132: [iv] Social Deviance and Social Disorganization 134: [v] Cultural Changes and Problems in Kashmir 136: 6. Emerging Social Trends in Kashmir 144: [i] Emergence of Late Marriage in Kashmir 144: [ii] Phenomenon of 'Never Married' in Kashmir 171: [iii] Rise of Disability in J & K 176: [iv] Domestic Violence Against Women 184: [v] Increasing Suicides in the Velly 192: [vi] Rising Graph of Suicides in Kashmir 203: [vii] Emerging Juvenile Delinquency in Kashmir 206: [viii] Kashmir: From Crime-free to Crime-full Situation 216: [ix] Life Conditions of Child Laboures in Kashmir 220: [x] Social Pathology in Kashmir 230: 7: 7. Prime Victims of Violence in Kashmir 241: [i] Women and Children 241: [a] Orphans in the Orphaned Valley 241: [b] Widows and Orphans in Kashmir 249: [c] Half-widows and Half-orphans 255: [ii] Suffering Children 260: [iii] Raped Women 262: [iv] Youth - A Generation Losts 263: 8. Need for Social Policy in J&K 271: Glossary 277: Index 283: Bibliography 291About The Book:- The Kashmiri Society Experienced Most Difficult Challenge In Modern History Due To Two-Decade Long Armed Conflict Between Kashmiri Militants And Indian Security Forces. In Actually, It Proved Devastating For The Survival Of This Tiny Society In The Global Map. In Brought Catastrophic Impact In Totality On The Entire Kashmiri Society, Especially In The Fields Related To Large Scale Economic Destruction And Collapse; Widespread Social Disorder And Social Disorganization; Educational Backwardness; Mass Psychological Depression; Mass Humiliation And People's Helplessness; Imposed Brutalization And Dehumanization; Forceful Cultural Aggression; Political Suppression And Oppression; Demographic Manipulation; Social Crisis And Social Anarchy; And Social Pathology Characterized By Deviance, Crime, Delinquency, Drug Addiction, Suicides, Perpetual Tension And Social Apathy. Consequently, A Generation Was Lost In This Social Inferno.,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 1,00,000 Human Beings And Gave Birth To 32,000 Widows, 98,000 Orphans, 6,00,000 Disabled, 10,000 Disappeared And 1000S Injured Men And Molested-Raped Women.,This Book Stands For A Sociological And Scientific Presentation Of Facts And Figures From Official As Well As Unofficial Primary And Authentic Sources About Short-Term And Long-Term Social Implications Of Militancy And Militarization In Kashmir. It Reveals The Existing Facts And Realities About Multi-Dimensional Implications Of Conflict Situation Over A Period Of Last 20 Years., About The Author:- B. A. Dabla Is Presently The Professor And Head, Department Of Sociology, University Of Kashmir, Srinagar. Earlier He Was A Faculty At The Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. He Has Also Served The Jammu And Kashmir Government As Assistant Director And Press Officer To Chief Minister. Prof. Dabla Has To His Credit 19 Books, 52 Research Papers, 106 Articles, 16 Surveys/Study Reports, And 17 Research Projects. He Is Also The Editor Of Two Journals, Namely, Journal Of Society In Kashmir And Kasheer.His Areas Of Interest Are Social Change And Development; Women, Children And Society; Sociology Of Islam, Muslims And Minorities; Migration And Population Changes; Kashmir Sociology; And Conflict Situation. He Was The Member Of Ncf Group Of Ncert, And Icssr, New Delhi. The Author Has Been Awarded Recently Prestegious Mawlana Azad National Fellowship By The I.C.S.S.R., New Delhi., Content:- List Of Abbreviations 9: Preface 13: Acknowledgements 19: 1. Introduction 21: [I] Kashmir: The Political Entity 21: [Ii] Political Background Of Kashmir Problem 22: [Iii] Post-Accession Developments In J&K 25: [Iv] Different Perspectives 28: [V] Impact Of Militancy: The Varying Views 35: [Vi] Context: Focus And Relevance Of The Study 37: [Vii] Objectives Of The Study 38: 2. Methodology 44: [I] Application Of Scientific Methods And Techniques 44: [Ii] Methodology Of Research Papers 45: [Iii] Methodology Of Other Studies - Books 47: [Iv] Methodology Of Social Surveys 47: [V] Other Methodology Features Of Surveys 47: 3. Social Background Of Militancy 49: [I] Indianization Of Kashmir 49: [Ii] Negation Of Kashmiri Identity 50: [Iii] Demographic Manipulation 51: [Iv] Economic Baselessness 52: [V] Educational Backwardness 55: [Vi] Cultural Deprivation 56: 6 Social Impact Of Militancy In Kashmir: 4. Crucial Sociological Implications Of Militancy 59: [I] Cumulative Human And Material Loss 59: [Ii] Militarization And Its Social Impact 62: [Iii] The Economic Collapse 67: [Iv] Migration And Demographic Loss 73: [V] Mental And Physical Health Deterioration 80: 5. Sociological Implications Of Militancy 95: [I] Demographic Transformation 95: [A] Social Dynamics Of Migration In Kashmir 95: [B] Demographic Changes In J&K State 100: [C] Population Changes In J&K -2001 103: [Ii] Changes In Family And Marriage Patterns 106: [A] Family In Kashmir Between Tradition And Modernity 106: [B] Kashmiri Family Besieged Stressfully 109: [C] Changing Patterns Marriage In Kashmir 113: [D] Changing Practices Marriage In Kashmir Valley 122: [Iii] Conflict And Violence Against Women In Kasmir 132: [Iv] Social Deviance And Social Disorganization 134: [V] Cultural Changes And Problems In Kashmir 136: 6. Emerging Social Trends In Kashmir 144: [I] Emergence Of Late Marriage In Kashmir 144: [Ii] Phenomenon Of 'Never Married' In Kashmir 171: [Iii] Rise Of Disability In J & K 176: [Iv] Domestic Violence Against Women 184: [V] Increasing Suicides In The Velly 192: [Vi] Rising Graph Of Suicides In Kashmir 203: [Vii] Emerging Juvenile Delinquency In Kashmir 206: [Viii] Kashmir: From Crime-Free To Crime-Full Situation 216: [Ix] Life Conditions Of Child Laboures In Kashmir 220: [X] Social Pathology In Kashmir 230: 7: 7. Prime Victims Of Violence In Kashmir 241: [I] Women And Children 241: [A] Orphans In The Orphaned Valley 241: [B] Widows And Orphans In Kashmir 249: [C] Half-Widows And Half-Orphans 255: [Ii] Suffering Children 260: [Iii] Raped Women 262: [Iv] Youth - A Generation Losts 263: 8. Need For Social Policy In J&K 271: Glossary 277: Index 283: Bibliography 291
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