Author:Ajit K. Dalal

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Disability, Rehabilitation and Social Work : The Indian Scenario

By: Ajit K Dalal

Price: $41.25

Publisher: New Delhi, Rawat Publications: 2018

Seller ID: 701879

ISBN: 8131609480

Condition: New


The book is a collection of papers on disability written by the author over last two and half decades, alongside his association with many national and international organizations working in the area of disability and community-based rehabilitation (CBR) projects. CBR aims at rehabilitation of people with disability and enabling them to actively participate in local communities and access resources made available to them. The book discusses CBR as a strategy for the holistic rehabilitation of people with disability. The thrust of papers included in this volume is rehabilitation and disability... View more info

Whither Indian Psychology

By: Ajit K. Dalal

Price: $40.15

Publisher: New Delhi, Rawat Publications: 2019

Seller ID: 701679

ISBN: 8131610128

Condition: New


This book critically examines the development of psychology discipline in India over the last century. Six chapters in the book contemplate how ancient and modern psychology will be assimilated in coming decades. The larger debate is about rendering discipline more socially viable and relevant for nation-building. We need to develop psychological knowledge which is relevant for twenty-first century India, which can deal with the problems of social unrest, war, depression and suffering, and can thrive on human strength and positive transformation. Such a psychology discipline hopefully will hav... View more info

Psychology of Poverty and Disadvantages

By: Ajit K. Dalal & Girishwar Misra (Eds)

Price: $17.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2000

Seller ID: 112569

ISBN: 8170228050

Condition: New


Psychology of Poverty and Disadvantage is the most comprehensive and up to date analysis of the topic enriched by scholarly contributions of some of the leading psychologists in India, internationally acclaimed for their pioneering work in the field. The book puts the challenging theme of poverty and disadvantage in India in a refreshingly interdisciplinary perspective, provides an exhaustive review and systematic analysis of research in this area and opens up new avenues for psychological research on poverty and disadvantage by integrating the current knowledge into a theoretical framework. T... View more info