ISBN 9788126919871,Equality and Social Justice : Issues and Concerns

Equality and Social Justice : Issues and Concerns

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ISBN 9788126919871

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9788126919871

ISBN-10 8126919876


Number of Pages 118 Pages
Language (English)

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Injustice is in fact the denial of the "due" to the deserving. It is the justice that only negates injustice and the endorsement of this negation by the society as a whole, is social justice. In Durkheim's terms, it is the collective consciousness that translates this endorsement into practice, through collective representation. Consciousness is never pre-determined by the Absolute. It is the social ecology, the objective conditions of life which determine social consciousness. Thus the justice or rather social justice is the issue of 'just' objective conditions of life. And the equality is the essentiality of the said conditions, i.e. of the 'just'. So inequality can never set forth social justice. The book focuses on 'New World Order' which is incomplete without equality between the individual and of the nations, the need of which is being increasingly felt now. About the Author Pratyush Vatsala (MA English and Hindi), Ph.D. (English), PGDEA, PGDHR & CHRM, is Associate Professor in English at D.B.S. (PG) College, Dehradun. She has widely published her creative, social and research work in various national and international journals. She has edited and contributed to many books, including an ebook, published by Interdisciplinary Press, Oxford. She organized a symposium on Equality & Social Justice in 21st Century on the eve of 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekanand. Her National Seminar on Current Issues in Human Rights Education and Value Development is of global importance in this age of uncertainty. Selected for UGC Associateship at IIAS, Shimla, Dr. Vatsala has published a book on Human Rights & Dalit Narrative with Lambert Pub and is presently working on a UGC Major Research Project in Women Studies. She is also working as Coordinator for IGNOU Study Centre, DBS PG College