Equalizing access : affirmative action in higher education in India, United States, and South Africa / edited by Zoya Hasan and Martha Nussbaum.
New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2012.|
xii, 273. ; 22 cm.|
Affirmative action programs in education -- India.|
Affirmative action programs in education -- United States.
Affirmative action programs in education -- South Africa.
Affirmative action programs in education.
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Table of Contents:
- List of Tables and Figures
- List of Abbreviations
- 1. On the Sites of Remedial Justice: Colleges, Clinics, and the State
- 2. Rethinking Affirmative Action in Admissions to Higher Educational Institutions
- 3. Affirmative Action and the Goals of Education
- 4. Affirmative Action and the 'Efficiency Argument'
- 5. Indian Social Justice versus American Affirmative Action and the Case of Higher Education
- 6. Redressing the Colonial/Apartheid Legacy: Social Equity, Redress, and Higher Education Admissions in Democratic South Africa
- 7. Affirmative Action in Higher Education: The Ambivalent Experience of the United States
- 8. How Parliament Discusses Reservations: Examining lie Debates on the Central Educational Bill
- 9. Towards a New Paradigm for Ensuring Universal Access to Quality Education
- 10. Social Justice and Higher Education in India Today: Markets, States, Ideologies, and Inequalities in a Fluid Context
- 11. Trapped in an Invisible Present: Muslims and Disparities in Higher Education
- 12. After Reservations: Caste, Institutional Isomorphism, and Affirmative Action in the IITs
- Notes on Contributors