The Silent Crisis over Social Security in the Pandemic Era by Dr. Papia Deb Foreword by PROF. RANJITA CHAKRABORTY
The Silent Crisis over Social Security in the Pandemic Era covers as many as 22 scholarly articles contributed by experts in the field from across the country. The articles have tried to touch upon different aspects of Social security and political trust in the corona pandemic era. Human society has faced the socio-economic or the psychological changes in day-to-day life caused by Corona pandemic. People all around the world have witnessed a new life which they describe as the ‘new normal’. But we still are travelling through the unknown path of new challenges, new alternatives and new destinations with one aim, which is, to secure self-preservation of human being. Accordingly, the current book is definitely going to be a novel addition to give a new solution in the existing literature of the interdisciplinary study of social science.
Dr. Papia Deb (b.1970) is an Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science of Maynaguri College, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal. She has a teaching experience of about 25 years. She has to her credit a huge number of publications in both National (including UGC Care Listed Journals) and International Journals and chapters in edited books. She has edited one book published in 2016. She has contributed a large number of papers in many national and international seminars. Apart from that she is also a Programme Officer of National Service Scheme (NSS) and thus associated with the social service activities at the grass-root level of the society.
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