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Inferiority Complex among the Urban Employed Dalits, Men and Women : Implications for Pastoral Care and Counselling
Authorship Description
Rev. Dr. Epratha Sarathy.
Bibliographical Details xxii, 148 p. 24 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351482669
ISBN-13 9789351482666, 978-9351482666
Year of Publication 2019.
Series Christian Heritage Rediscovered - 63.
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In order to reach at the crux of the research, the theoretical framework was built around the subject, `Caste and Identity', with special reference to Ambedkar and Gandhi. The book further deals with the concepts of Inferiority Complex in the light of different personality theories and contextual issues. The investigation reveals that Employed Dalits in Urban settings seemingly develop a higher level of Inferiority Complex compared to the Non-Dalits in the same context. In spite of their educational and economic development, the Employed Dalits experience more of Inferiority Complex apparently caused by the stigma of untouchability. The implications for Pastoral Care were made based on the findings to help Urban Employed Dalits, Men and Women, to overcome Inferiority Complex.

Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Preface

List of Abbreviations

List of Tables

1. Introduction and Methology

2. Caste and Identity : An Overview

3. Personality Theories and Contextual Issues in Relation to Inferiority Complex

4. Analysis of Data and Discussion of Results

5. Implications for Pastoral Care

6. Conclusion

Appendices

Select Bibliography

Rev. Dr. Epratha Sarathy is an Ordained Minister of `Karnataka Baptist Convention' which comes under the umbrella of `Southern Baptist Convention of USA'. At present he is on the faculty at United Theological College, Bangalore, serving as an Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Christian Ministry Department. He also holds the responsibility as the Coordinator of Counselling Training Centre of United Theological College, Bangalore. He is married to Dr. Rathnamma Sarathy, who serves as the `Taluk Health Officer' with the department of `Health and Family Welfare', Government of Karnataka. They are blessed with 2 Sons, Daivashish Sarathy, a medical doctor, and Daivanvesh Sarathy, pursuing his Bachelor of Engineering (Aeronautical).


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