Child-Rearing Practices in India

Child-Rearing Practices in India A Case Study among the Marginalized

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by Harapriya Samantaraya,

ISBN Number : 978-1-73028-023-8

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Harapriya Samantaraya

Dr.Harapriya Samantaraya did her Honours in Home Science from
Berhampur University. She acquired her P.G., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from
Sambalpur University, Odisha, and D.Litt. from Ranchi University,
Jharkhand. To her academic credentials, she has many research papers
mostly center around food, nutrition and maternal and child health
published in National and International journals of repute. Her
participation in many National and International seminars on development
issues and workshops on women managers/administrators/principals gave her a unique identity. She
started her professional career as a faculty in Home Science while shouldering the responsibility of
building the institution in the capacity of the Principal-cum-Secretary of Governing Body of the
nascent Women’s College Padampur in West Odisha. Since 1991, she has been imparting knowledge
and training at Honours and Post Graduate level while remaining engaged in co-curricular and extracurricular
activities holding positions like NSS Coordinator and Academic Bursar in I.G. Women’s
College, Cuttack, India. Dr.Samantaraya was a member of Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Senate of Sambalpur University for many years. Presently, she is serving at Berhampur University as
Reader in Home Science for more than a couple of years while looking after Hostel administration of
three ladies hostels and acting as the coordinator of Equal Opportunity Cell. She guided a number of
scholars for Ph.D. and M.Phil. successfully.

The book is all about the biocultural dimension of child-rearing practices among
the marginalized communities of West Odisha.Exposure to the skill of child-rearing
practices might help the concerned researchers and development personnel to know
about the problems and prospects of maternal and child health at the grassroots. Thus, the
purpose of this book is to generate awareness about general problems and techniques to
overcome difficulties and help people fight against the ethnocentric ideas on
childcare.The book intends to help students, researchers, teachers and the service
providers like nutritionists, doctors, nurses, extension workers,Government and non-
Government developers to understand the background of the community concerned and
to prescribe culture befitting scientific approaches on mother and childcare as basics of
human well-being. This is a fact that no culture is superior to other cultures.

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Weight1.1 kg
Dimensions1.1 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm

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