2 edition of Gandhian approach to social work found in the catalog.
Gandhian approach to social work
Bibliography: p. 165-167.
|Series||Gujarat Vidyapith samshodhan shreni ;, 27, Gujarāta Vidyāpīṭha saṃśodhana śreṇi ;, pu. 27.|
|LC Classifications||DS481.G3 D373 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||88901154|
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About this Item: "This book tries to trace the relationship between Gandhian approach to development and social work. Explaining Gandhi s concept of social work and development, it addresses various issues concerning social work education in India, environment, security, bhoodan and gramdan revolution, community development, people s participation, dalit empowerment and value system.
Earlier, some sporadic attempts were made to delineate Gandhian approach to social work by relating Gandhian thoughts to the tenets of social work. But Gandhian Philosophy of Social Work underlying this book is based entirely on Gandhian concepts and ideals that may have relevance for social work of Gandhian : Parmeshwari Dayal.
The Book Tries To Trace The Relationship Between Gandhian Approach To Development And Social Work. It Addresses Issues Like Environment, Bhoodan Gandhian approach to social work book Gramdan, Community Development, Peoples Participation, Dalit Empowerment Etc.4/5(1).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dayal, Parmeshwari. Gandhian approach to social work. Ahmedabad: Gujarat Vidyapith, (OCoLC) for the growth of professional social work in India.
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Explaining Gandhi's concept of social work and development, it addresses various issues concerning social work education in India, environment, security, bhoodan and gramdan revolution, community development, people's participation, dalit empowerment and value system.
The book further takes. Mahatma Gandhi- Father of our Nation: Mahatma Gandhi- Father of our Nation Gandhian Ideas has indirectly and directly contributed to the development of Social Work as a profession and a discipline in India Even though the professional traits are not fully incorporated to the activities undertook, the efforts have contributed very well to the Social Work Practice.
dissimilarities that exist between Gandhian values and social work values, but she shows the essential compatibility, and hence, the similarity between the philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and the values underlying social work.” Social work is more than a method.
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Gandhism is a body of ideas that describes the inspiration, vision, and the life work of Mohandas is particularly associated with his contributions to the idea of nonviolent resistance, sometimes also called civil two pillars of Gandhism are truth and non-violence. The term "Gandhism" also encompasses what Gandhi's ideas, words, and actions mean to people around the.
The Gandhian approach to the study of social movements - old and new found to be potentially different from the other approaches. The issues emerged and resolved through social m ovements are.
Gandhian social philosophy who are also familiar with the conflict resolution literature - given its Gandhian 'flavour'. It would seem to be a reasonable assump- tion that Gandhi's well-publicized examples of nonviolent resistance and the voluminous writings on his techniques at least set the tone for the later development and phenomenalCited by: This article on Conflict Resolution: The Gandhian Approach, by Dr.
Anand talks about Gandhiji's method of Conflict resolution through nonviolent means. This section contains articles written by very well-known personalities and eminent authors about their views on Gandhi, Gandhi's works, Gandhian philosophy of Peace, Nonviolence and Conflict Resolution.
Gandhian Engagement with Capital: Perspectives of J C Kumarappa comprehensively presents the Gandhian ideas on economic development and political economy. Within this larger context, it focuses on the towering contributions of J C Kumarappa, the pioneer of the Gandhian model of economic development, and describes, from his standpoint, how the moral and political dispositions of.
The Gandhian concept takes a total perspective and focuses on the development of the moral and spiritual aspects with truth and non-violence as its base; with all the other aspects, such as physical, mental and economic, to enhance the individual's social sense, thereby creating a.
Approaches to Social Work 1. Generalist Social Work Integrated and Multilevel approach for meeting the purpose of social work where social worker works with a variety of systems like- Individuals, Communities, Neighborhood etc. to bring change & enhance its functioning.
Four major premises- Human behaviour is connected to social and physical environment. Linkages provide. This book tries to trace the relationship between Gandhian approach to development and social work. Explaining Gandhi's concept of social work and development, it addresses various issues concerning social work education in India, environment, security, bhoodan and gramdan revolution, community development, people's participation, dalit empowerment and value system.
He has delivered radio talks on A.I.R. Pune on more than 20 topics related to Naturopathy and health apart from being part of many national and international conferences. He was invited to talk on social health Gandhian approach at Sao Paulo university of Brazil in Oct He has to his credit many reputed publications in reputed journals.
Ghosh brings out the following basic objectives of the Gandhian scheme of holistic development-(l) human development (including moral development) for capability expansion, (2) development in a balanced way through manual and intellectual labour (development of body, mind and soul), (3) development with social justice, rights and freedom.
This article considers Gandhian social work in relation to spirituality and as carried out by Muriel and Doris Lester, two British social workers from the first half of the 20th century.
Foundations of social justice. The Gandhian outlook on social justice had its foundation in the over-arching Indian concept Dharma.
Dharma can be understood in many ways. Generally, it is defined as “that which supports or sustains” 3 (the universe, the relationships)—the moral law according to Sanskrit 4 tradition.
In a derivative sense, it can also mean religion and : J. Prasant Palakkappillil. This book elucidates Gandhian theory and practice of development. It is an attempt also in mixing Gandhian ideas with social science concepts from the disciplines of sociology, social anthropology, modern communication theory and professional social work by an academic interpreter, analyst and practice oriented author who has chosen themes and issues dear to Gandhi such as rural.
To return to the issues of social change identifiable in Gandhi’s vision, the institution of human dignity and equality as the guiding principles and objectives for social reconstruction derived from his belief that every human being, by virtue of the element of divinity in him, must be recognized as having intrinsic worth and as deserving of the highest respect, and he should feel and be.
social work values with Gandhian principles, this omission is surprising. This article presents Gandhian thought as a source of ethical theory building for the profession and as a comple ment to the current knowledge that informs social work practice.
Volumes have been writ ten on Gandhi's theory of nonviolent social change. On the subject of. Gandhian Concept of Development 1. GANDHIAN CONCEPT OF DEVELOPMENT Richi Simon Department of Social Work, BSSS 2.
OVERVIEW It attaches importance to the generation of maximum possible employment opportunities in rural areas, especially for the weaker sections of the community so as to enable them to improve their standard of living. Gandhian approach to rural.
The ideology of Sarvodaya is embedded in the Gandhian conception of an ideal social order as described by Ganguli who devoted his post-retirement phase, his time and energy to study Gandhian social.
these two approaches of Social Work in India. An understanding of Gandhian Social Work may enable a professional Social Worker to develop a deeper insight in the ethos and psyche of the Indian society resulting in better output of the services.
Gandhi: An Emerging Social Worker and Activist Although Gandhi asserted emphatically that there is. Gandhian Approach to Peace and Non-violence.
By Siby K Joseph Dean of Studies and Research, Institute of Gandhian Studies, Wardha, India. The UN’s International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World was end by and efforts have been made on a global scale to carry out the agenda set in the declaration for a culture of peace.
The book, no doubt serves as a guidepost to Sarvodaya Society and world peace. Further, a scientific attempt is made to analyse Gandhian approach to peace and non-violence. World peace is an epithet that is on the lips of all right thinking men, but it has become an elusive concept. NGOs in India: A Cross-Sectional Study (Contributions in Sociology) by Sooryamoorthy, R., Gangrade, K.
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Neighborhood maintenance/Community development Approach. social work Approach: In this approach, the society is viewed as a social organism and therefore the efforts are oriented towards building a sense of community.
If so, a bloody insurrection need not be a revolution; a non-violent social movement can be a revolution. Using this criterion the Indian National Movement led by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was, indeed, revolutionary in character, as it resulted in taking the reigns of power from colonial : T. Unnithan.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Gandhian Path of Development. The Gandhian perspective of development, for analytical purposes, needs to be located in the general theoretical framework of humanist and moralist social philosophy which Gandhiji not only spoke about but also practised.
ADVERTISEMENTS: His points of view are rooted in his faith in truth and non-violence. Before considering Gandhiji’s approach. Gandhian economics is a school of economic thought based on the spiritual and socio-economic principles expounded by Indian leader Mahatma is largely characterised by rejection of the concept of the human being as a rational actor always seeking to maximize material self-interest that underlies classical economic thinking.
approach to the concepts of Truth, non-violence and satyagraha in particular, could be the starting point of the regeneration or rebirth of non-violent or less violent cultures and societies. The whole non-violent philosophy of the Mahatma, based on the two core concepts of the Gandhian heritage, is not a new proposition.
GandhiFile Size: KB. Social movements without define political ideology and broad based popular support is bound to fail. This idea is very much reflected in Gandhian movement.
The entire Indian freedom struggle and related movement led by Mohandas Gandhi was based a central theme that 'social movement has their inherent power and weakness', unless you realise it and. When one considers the overlap of social work values with Gandhian principles, this omission is surprising.
This article presents Gandhian thought as a source of ethical theory building for the profession and as a complement to the current knowledge that informs social work practice. Gandhian approach to nonviolence. Toward this end I have explored the meaning and application of the three definitive aspects of the Gandhian approach identified by Gene Sharp () and Robert Burrowes (), which are referred to in this study as personal transformation, constructive program, and.
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