Social Exclusion Inclusion Continuum
V. Rama Krishna, R. Shashidhar, M. Muniraju, pp. XX+292, Rs. 600, Niruta Publications
Social exclusion not only generates tension, violence and dis- ruption but also perpetuates inequality and deprivation in So- ciety. In India, certain communities such as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and religious minorities experience systemic exclusion in the matter of taking advantages of development. So- cial exclusion is a complex and multidimensional concept having social, cultural, political and economic ramifications. The conse- quences of macroeconomic policies such as poverty, unemploy- ment and involuntary migration exclude the victims from economic, cultural, and political activities.
Only participatory democracy would provide the foundation for development with dignity. The reciprocity of duty and the right for every citizen to participate and derive benefit from the process of development will alone contribute to Dalits and STs Empowerment.
There is an obvious inequality across regions in terms of socio- economic and political development of SCs, STs, Minorities and Gender. This book is an eye openr and attracts those interested in exclusion and inclusion development in wake of development process and good governance in their various facets and for fur- ther research and development.
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