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Child Rearing in Manipur

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About the Book

A child is brought up in a family environment, the family dwells in the environment of the community and the community grows in the context of broader societal functions. These different systems interact with one another and shape the development of the child. Our life is, therefore, a reflection of how we were nurtured and reared by our parents or guaradians in this socio-cultural ecology.

The book describes an intra and inter-cultural study of the child rearing practices of the Meiteis, the Rongmeis, the Tangkhuls and the Meitei Pangals (Manipuri Muslims) residing as separate homogenous groups in the Manipur valley. The book also provides an in-depth discussion and analysis of the social background and the cultural practices relating to children of the aforesaid four communities.

The book may provide a healthy contribution in understanding the needs of the children by the policy makers, planners, social workers and scholars especially those dealing with child welfare.

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About the Author

Koijam Sobita Devi (b. 1973) has taught human development to graduate students for more than a decade. She received her degree of Master of Science in Human Development from Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore; degree of Master of Education from Manipur University, Imphal; degree of Master of Philosophy in Home Science from Vinayaka Missions University, Salem and degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Education from Manipur University, Imphal. She is also teaching psychology to graduate and post graduate students and has guided many students in dissertation works. At present, she is working on a book on child psychology.She is a life member of the Indian Association for Preschool Education, Coimbatore and Consumers’ Club Manipur and a member of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. She is also an executive member of the Council for Teacher Education, Manipur Centre. She has active interests in traditional garments and is pursuing fabric designing as a hobby.

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