Stri Bhrun Hatya Essay in Marathi

4841 WordsAug 27, 201320 Pages
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Sociology Syllabus M.A. Second Year (Semester Pattern) With effect from June 2010 1 Sociology Syllabus M.A. Second Year With effect from June 2010 Semester III Paper IX Classical Sociological Tradition 80 Marks Paper X Sociology of Marginalized Communities 80 Marks Paper XI Sociology of Change and Development 80 Marks Paper XII Gender and Society OR Sociology of Demography 80 Marks 80 Marks (20 Marks for Iternal Assignment to Each Paper) 2 Sociology Syllabus M.A. Second Year With Effect from June 2010 Semester III IX Classical Sociological Tradition 80 Marks Objectives 01. To provide the Sociology Students with the understanding…show more content…
2. Caste System a. The concept of caste and castism. 6 b. c. Caste system as a base of inequality Caste system: continuity and change. 3. Untouchability a. Untouchability: A Historical Review. b. Theories of the origion of untouchability: i. ii. iii. iv. Race and Occupation Theory. Brahamnical Theory Dr.B.R. Ambedkars Broken – men Theory. Multicausal Theory c. Dysfunctions of untouchability. d. Current practices of untouchability: overt and covert forms. 4. Scheduled Castes a. b. c. The status of the scheduled castes in the present context. problems of the scheduled castes in the contemporary India. New identity formation and its expression through Dalit literature movement, social movement and political movement. d. e. Social mobility among the scheduled castes. Constitutional provisions for the scheduled castes: Implementation, impact, limitations and critical review. 7 References : Sociology of Marginalized Communities 01. Beteile, Andre, 1981, Backward Classes and the New Social Order (Delhi Oxford University Press) Beteile, Andre, 1992; The Backward Classes in Contemporary India (Delhi Oxford University Press). Charsley,S.R. and G.K. Karanth, 1998 – Eds.: Challenging Untouchability (Delhi: Oxford University Press). Chaudhuri, S.N., 1988, Changing Status of Depressed Castes in Contemporary

    More about Stri Bhrun Hatya Essay in Marathi

      Open Document