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Social development in Kerala

illusion or reality?

by Sundar Ramanathaiyer

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Burlington USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kerala (India),
  • India,
  • Kerala.,
  • Kerala
    • Subjects:
    • Social change -- India -- Kerala.,
    • Social structure -- India -- Kerala -- History.,
    • Kerala (India) -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-208) index.

      StatementSundar Ramanathaiyer, Stewart MacPherson.
      SeriesSOAS studies in development geography
      ContributionsMacPherson, Stewart.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC437.K4 R36 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 211 p. :
      Number of Pages211
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6801212M
      ISBN 100754612090
      LC Control Number00132610
      OCLC/WorldCa43632291

      The framework for cross sectoral social policy provides a conceptual model for the analysis of the goals and instruments of policy. Part 2 of the social development approach uses this analysis to point to a focussed strategy for social policy that will enhance social development and promote the achievement of desirable social outcomes. While the prospects of tourism development appear to be quite promising in India in general and Kerala state in particular, there growing apprehensions regarding the sustainability of the same.

        Social development of Kerala is unique as the State has successfully tackled the problems of illiteracy, high infant mortality rate, high maternal mortality rate, high birth rate vis-à-vis related indicators of under development, while many other . British impact on economic and social development was, therefore, limited. Total output and population increased substantially but the gain in per capita output was small or negligible. It is interesting to speculate about India's potential economic fate if it had not had two centuries of British rule.

      Chattampi Swamikal (25 August – 5 May ) was a Hindu sage and social reformer. His thoughts and work influenced the launching of many social, religious, literary and political organisations and movements in Kerala and for the first time gave voice to those who were marginalised. Economic and social aspects of population ageing in Kerala, India. [United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Development.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Development. # Older people--India--Kerala.


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Social development in Kerala by Sundar Ramanathaiyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kerala model of development is a model of development based on the practices adopted in the state of Kerala, is characterized by achievements in social indicators such as education, healthcare, high life expectancy, low infant mortality and low birth rate, by the creation of productive social infrastructure rather than materialistic infrastructure.

These problems are revealed in this book through in-depth empirical research undertaken by a native Keralan. In the light of this material, this text questions whether the Kerala model of development should indeed be regarded as worth by: Social Development in Kerala: Illusion or Reality.

book. Illusion or Reality. By Sundar Ramanathaiyer, Stewart MacPherson. Edition 1st Edition. Back to book. chapter 4. 33 Pages. Development in Kerala: Perceptions of Government Officials.

By Sundar Ramanathaiyer, Stewart MacPherson Author: Sundar Ramanathaiyer, Stewart MacPherson. Book Description. This title was first published in There has been considerable academic interest in the innovative development programme taking place in Kerala, India.

Much has been published on the specific "achievements" of the programme, such as literacy, health care, communication and demographic indicators.

Kerala has become a model for social development with limiting improvement in an industrialisation sector. Furthermore, Kerala has undermined the broadly accepted idea that the improvement in the standard of living of people can only be achieved after the successful, rapid and steady economic development.

The Kerala Model derived from empowerment to enforce entitlements on the one hand, and forcible stunting of capitalist growth on the other.

This led to high social development at relatively low income levels. It was a by-product of what was good and what was bad in the Communists’ practice in Kerala. Kerala is a fascinating study.

The state is now a leader in almost every parameter. Its social development indices are comparable to Western Europe. Call for Methods Articles. Understanding aspects of children’s social development often requires the use of specialized methods, measurement, and analyses.

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Social development theory attempts to explain qualitative changes in the structure and framework of society, that help the society to better realize aims and pment can be defined in a manner applicable to all societies at all historical periods as an upward ascending movement featuring greater levels of energy, efficiency, quality, productivity, complexity, comprehension.

The Indian state of Kerala is known for its high social model of development and social democratic governance. This book presents the most comprehensive analysis of the Kerala Model of Social Development to date.

The model has often been identified as one worth emulating because it. The Indian state of Kerala is known for its high social model of development and social democratic governance. This book presents the most comprehensive analysis of the Kerala Model of Social Development to date.

The model has often been identified as one worth emulating because it is seen to have taken the state to the zenith of human development and democratic governance. Kerala is the state with the lowest positive population growth rate in India (%) and has a density of people per km2.

The state has the highest Human Development Index (H DI) () in the country according to the Human Development Report It also has the highestliteracy.

Kerala’s social attainments, sometimes referred to as a ‘model’, brought to scholarly attention by the UN study Poverty, Unemployment and Development Policy (), has occupied a prominent. Kerala, a tiny southern state of India, has drawn both international and national attention due to its impressive performance in social development and demographic transition.

Its human development indicators are the best in India and compare with some of the developed countries. The central theme of this book deals with the contemporary perspectives on diversity in development cum moderization and their differential influence on contrasting fertility behaviour in the advanced regions of southern Kerala as against the less progressive northern s: 1.

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The rising levels of violence against women in Kerala lead Dr. Arun to reassess the structure of gender relations in a state which is often upheld as a model of social development. The readership of this thoughtful and provocative book would extend beyond feminist sociology into the areas of development and global cturer: Routledge.

Community Development is the second module in the course on Social Work and Development. This module deals with the concept, challenges, policies and programmes related to community development.

As you are aware, various activities are undertaken both at the national and the state levels to contribute towards the overall development of communities. Open data provides access to data generated by various departments of Government of Kerala within the framework of various policies, acts and rules of the government.

This would help in wider usage and create opportunities for productive citizen engagement in the overall development process. THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a novel initiative during the COVID pandemic, the state government is launching the 'Kerala Dialogue' -- a debate series on new concepts and development .Book: Social development in Kerala: illusion or reality?

+ pp. ref.9 pp. of Abstract: It is noted that there has been considerable academic interest in the innovative development programme taking place in Kerala kerala Subject Category: Geographic Entities.