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Gender Discrimination in Land Ownership

by Prem Chowdhry SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Pub Date:
06/2009
ISBN:
9788178299426
Format:
Hbk 352 pages
Price:
AU$114.00 NZ$117.39
Product Status: Title is Print on Demand - May take 4 weeks
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Learning outside the classroom is an essential part of early years education, and this book looks at the opportunities the Forest School experience can offer young children for learning outdoors, and how this fits into the early years curriculum. By offering clear guidance on what the Forest School approach can achieve, the book shows you how to incorporate good practice into all outdoor play activities. Issues examined include:

- what is, and what isn't, a Forest School experience
- how exercise, fresh air and learning outside help counter obesity
- how Forest School can improve behaviour and social skills
- accommodating different learning styles
- examples of Forest School in practice

This is an inspirational read for anyone working in early years education, and for all those who care about the future of our young children and the world in which they are growing up.

'This book is a very welcome addition to literature on outdoor learning in the early years. Sara Knight captures the essence and ethos of Forest School through a detailed consideration of case studies and research projects, and gives a succinct overview of the theoretical underpinnings and history of the movement in the UK. The book also provides useful practical guidance on participating in Forest School, and will be an inspiration to all those concerned with giving young children the opportunity to engage in natural outdoor spaces on a regular basis. Essential reading for both students and practitioners in early childhood!' - Tim Waller, Reader in Early Years Education, University of Wolverhampton

Assam - M Parwez Marginalization of Women: Inheritance in Assam Bihar - Hetukar Jha Need of an Ideological Struggle: Society and Law in Bihar Haryana - Raj Mohini Sethi Gendered Spaces: Agrarian Economy of Haryana Himachal Pradesh - Raj Mohini Sethi Customary Practices, Law and Gender in Himachal Pradesh Karnataka - Jennifer Brown, Kripa Ananthpur, Renee Giovarelli Addressing Legal Rights in Karnataka Kerala - Praveena Kodoth Residual Farmers on Household Land? Women and Second Generation Concerns of Regulation in Kerala Madhya Pradesh - M Rajivlochan and Meeta Rajivlochan Gendering Land Reforms in Madhya Pradesh Manipur - Ksh Bimola Devi and Saroj Arora Women and Inheritance Practices in Manipur Ksh Meghalaya - M N Karna Tribal Areas of Meghalaya: Land Ownership of Women Orissa - Asha Hans, Padmaja Mishra and Amrita Mishra Patel Need for a Paradigm Shift: Justice and Equality for Women in Orissa Puducherry (Pondicherry)(Union Territory) - N Rajasekhar Women's Entitlement and Legal Position in Puducherry (Pondicherry) Punjab - Raj Mohini Sethi Gender and Reform in Punjab Uttar Pradesh - Saroj Arora and LC Singhi Women's Access and Rights to Land in Uttar Pradesh West Bengal - Jennifer Brown and Sujata Das Chowdhury Analyzing Women's Rights: A Field Study from West Bengal

This volume is informative and engaging, and leads to a better understanding of the directions of change and the areas of intervention which need to be addressed by policy makers, administrators, researchers and gender sensitive progressive organisations.
Sara Knight - Anglia Ruskin University