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Department of Gandhian Studies, Gujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadM.A. : Gandhian Studies (MGS)(Regular Course)Semester-1CourseCourse NameCredit1Foundations of Social Science042Mahatma in the Making043Indian Freedom Movement : Gandhi in History044Research Methodology045Field work – Based on Constructive Programme (15 – Days) and PadyatraSubmission of Report (Presentation and Discussion)04Craft Work01Community LifeGradeTotal21Semester-2CourseCourse NameCredit6Gandhi’s Core Philosophy / World View047Sarvodaya : Gandhi’s Vision of a Nonviolent World Order048Structure of Sarvodaya World Order049Gandhian Praxis0410Field work – Based on Constructive Work / Resistance Movement (15 –Days) and Padyatra04Craft Work01Community LifeTotalGrade21Note :Field work 1st and 2nd Semester : Half of the students visit and study movement and Half ofthe students visit and study constructive work during the second semester the students whostudied movement will study constructive work and vice-versa.1D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Semester-3CourseCourse NameCredit11Social Change, Social Movements and Gandhi0412Gandhi and Sustainability0413Globalization and Gandhi’s Economic Thought0414Life Style and Gandhi0415Field Work experience detail study of Constructive Work / Resistancemovement (15 – Days) and Padyatra04Craft Work01Community LifeGradeTotal21Note : Each student will choose either one constructive work or one movement and study it in detail.Semester-4CourseCourse NameCredit16Gandhi and Religion0417Gandhiana : Trends and Approaches0418Choose Any One (from A to F)0418-A Gandhi’s View on Health18-B Gandhi in Dialogue18-C Gandhi and Education18-D Gandhi’s Associates18-E Gandhi’s Ashrams18-F Gandhi in Public Sphere19Dissertation20Field Work for Data Collection ( 15-days)Craft WorkCommunity LifeTotal08Field Work01Grade212D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Department of Gandhian Studies, Gujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadM.A. : Gandhian Studies (MGS)(Regular Course)Course – 1 Foundations of Social ScienceObjectives:1112To acquire an understanding of the basic concepts of social science.To understand the philosophical basis of social science.To understand the correlation between values and social science.To understand Gandhi’s contribution to Indian social science.Unit – 1Unit – 2Unit – 3Unit – 4Evolution & Development of Social Science- Natural science and Social Science- Nature and scope of social science- Social science and question of values/ subjectivity- Similarities and differences between Science and Social Science- Methods in Social Science - inductive and deductive- Is Social Science scientific – objective - universal?Basic Concepts: Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Economics, andPolitical Science.Introduction to Indian and Western Philosophy- Basic approaches to Indian and Western philosophyTruth / Reality, two traditions – idealism, materialism- Basic Indian philosophical texts and six systemsNature and scope of Indian Social Science- Is there any Indian Social Science?- Reading Kautilya's Arthshastra, Manusmirti, Mahabharta'sShanatiparva and K. C Bhattacharya's Swaraj in Ideas in contextof Indian Social Science.- Anubhav / Gyan - debate in Indian Social Science.- Gandhi's contribution to Social Science in general.Reference Books :A. Rosenberg. Philosophy of Social Science, Colorado: Westview Press, 1988.Carl Popper. The Logic of Scientific Discovery, London: Routledge,2005.D. Ruben. The Metaphysics of the Social World, London: RKP, 1985.Gopal Guru and S Surukkai. Cracked Mirror, Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.H. Putnam. Reason, Truth, and History, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1981J. Searle. The Construction of Social Reality, London: Penguin. 1995.3D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

John L. Heilbron. The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science. Oxford: Oxford UniversityPress.2003.M. Hiriyana. Outlines of Indian Philosophy, Delhi: Motilal B.1993.M. Hiriyana. The Essentials of Indian Philosophy, Delhi: Motilal B. 1995.M. Martin and L.C. McIntyre, eds. Readings in the Philosophy of Social Sciences, Cambridge MA:MIT Press, 1994.Mark Risjord. Philosophy of Social Science: A Contemporary Introduction, UK: Routledge,2014.Martin Hollis. The Philosophy of Social Science an introduction, UK: Cambridge Uni. Press, 1994.P. Berger and T. Luckmann. The Social Construction of Reality, Pelican Books, 1984.P. Winch. Ethics and Action, London: RKP, 1972.R. Trigg. Understanding Social Science: A Philosophical Introduction to the Social Sciences, Oxford:Blackwell, 1985.Satishchandra Chaterjee and D.Dutta. An Introduction to Indian Philosophy, Calcutta: University ofCalcutta. 1948.W. Outhwaite. New Philosophies of Social Science, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1987.4D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Department of Gandhian Studies, Gujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadM.A. : Gandhian Studies (MGS)(Regular Course)Course – 2 Mahatma in the Making04 CreditObjective : To trace the inner – moral / spiritual - evolution of Gandhi- To understand the creative tension experienced by Gandhi in the process of his evolution.- To understand the sources of Gandhi’s inner nourishment.- To understand Gandhi as a paradigmatic human being.Unit – 1Unit – 2Discursive context of Gandhi’s emergence / socio – cultural andpolitical- Liberalism and Empire- Colonialism and Nationalism- 19th century India : Reform and Resistance- Western Education - Indian elite and Indian National Congress- Rootedness of Gandhi in Indian cultureMapping Gandhi’s inner struggles- Bhakti tradition and Gandhi’s early life- London days- South Africa- India – 1st phase (1915 - 1930)2nd phase (1930 – 1945)3rd phase (1945-1948)Unit – 3Reconciling rationality, affect and faith : relevance for individual andcommunity.Unit – 4Gandhi’s dilemma : intellectual and politicalPersonal principles in public sphere.Basic Books :Collected Work of Mahatma Gandhi - (Volume 1 to 100) - Publication Division, New DelhiEpigraph of Gandhi, Publication Division, New DelhiR. K. Prabhu, U. R. Rava (ed.), Mind of Mahatma Gandhi, Navajivan Publishing Hourse, Ahmedabad,2008.Biography :B. R. Nanda, Mahatma Gandhi : A Biography, Oxford, India, 1997Louis Fischer, The Life of Mahatma Gandhi, Harper Collins Publishers, London, 1997.Millie Polak, Mr. Gandhi : The Man, Vora, 1950.Basic Writing of Mahatma Gandhi (Navajivan Publishing House, Ahmedabad) :(i) Hind Swaraj(ii) Satyagraha in South Africa(iii) An Autobiography or the story of my experiments with truth5D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

(iv) From Yerawada Mandir(v) Constructive Programme(vi) Moral Basis of Vegetarianism(vii) Key to HealthReference Books :1.Bhikhu Parekh, Colonialism, Tredition and Reform : an analysis of Gandhi’s Political Discourse,Sage, 1999.2.Capra Fritjof, The Turning Point, London : Fontana, 1984.3.Chandran Devanesan, The Making of the Mahatma, Orient Longman, New Delhi, 1969.4.Gyan Prakash (Ed.), After Colonialism : Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements,Princeton Uni. Press, New Jersy, 1995.5.Josheph Doke J., M. K. Gandhi : an Indian Patriot in South Africa, Publication Division, Delhi.6.M. P. Mathai, Mahatma Gandhi’s World View, Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi, 2000.7.Manfred B. Steger, Gandhi’s Dilemma, Martin Press, New York, 2000.8.Mehta Uday Singh, Liberalism and Empire, A study in Nineteenth Century British LiberalThought, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1999.9.Metcalf Thomas R. Ideologies of the Raj, Foundation Books, New Delhi, 2005.10. Nagindas Sanghvi, Gandhi : The Agony of Arrival, the South Africa Years, Rupa Publication pvt.Ltd., Delhi, 2006.11. Narayanbhai Desai, My Life is My Message, Orient Blackswan, Hyderabad, 2009.12. P. K. Jose, The Foundation of Gandhian Thought, Gandhi Peace Foundation Trust, Calicut, 1985.13. Parth Chatterjee, Nationalist thought and the colonial world : A Derivative Discourse ?, ZedBooks, 1986.14. S. L. Malhotra, Lawyer to Mahatma : Life, work and transformation of M. K. Gandhi, Deep andDeep publications, Delhi, 20016D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Department of Gandhian Studies, Gujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadM.A. : Gandhian Studies (MGS)(Regular Course)Course – 3 Gandhi in History : Indian Freedom MovementObjectives :(1) To trace and Understand the continuing impact of Gandhi on History.(2) To critically examine the role of Gandhi in Freedom movement.(3) To Critically examine Gandhi’s views on History and historiography.Unit – 1Unit – 2Unit – 3Unit – 4What is history ? Mainstream historiographyHistory as record of event and processLinear and cyclical views.Mainstream - Alternative HistoriographyFeminist, regional, micro, ethnic etc.Gandhi’s Critique of the mainstream history- Main stream history as history of wars- Is history a marker of progress- Need for a peace historiography- Truth and History : Truth transcends historyGandhi’s role in Indian Freedom Movement- Advent of Gandhi in Indian polities- How Gandhi : converted Indian National Congress into a massorganization and changed the Congress agenda- Major struggles : Non-cooperation Movement, Civil Disobedience,Quit India – (A chronological survey of the history of Indian FreedomMovement focusing on Gandhi’s role)Indian Freedom and the liberation of humanity- distinctive features of Indian Freedom MovementNon-violent : Means End correlationMass participation - (different sections of the society – women,tribls, labour, peasants religious groups ethnic groups etc.)Freedom movement as nation in the makingFreedom movement and resurgence of nationalismCultural NationalismIntegrating resistance and reconstructionFreedom movement and training in leadershipIndian Freedom Movement as a model for total liberation7D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Reference Books :1.David Cannadine, The Undivided Past : History Begand our Differences, Differences, (Penguine)2.E. Sreedharan, A Textbook of Historiography, 500 BC to AD 2000, – Orient Langma3.George C. Iygers, Historiography in the Twentuth Centwary : From Scientific objectivity to Postmodern Chalenge, (University Press of New England)4.John Arnold, History : A very short Introduction, (Oxford)5.Jeremy Black and Donalel M. Maeraild, Studying History, (Polgrave)6.Mary Fulbrook , Historical Theory, (Roatledge)7.Margaret Macmill, The Use and Abuse of History, Profile Books8.Mahendra kumar Talware, Indian Historiography,9.Rodevick Mattheies, Jinnat vs Gandhi, (Hachette India)10.Will Durant & Ariel Durant, The Lessons of History, (Simon and Schuster)11.Yasmin Khan, The Great partition, The Making of India and Pakistan, (Penguine)8D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

Department of Gandhian Studies, Gujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadM.A. : Gandhian Studies (MGS)(Regular Course)Course – 4 Research Methodology04 CreditObjectives :To understand the fundamental aspects of research and steps in research process.To make the learners acquainted with the trends and approaches the Gandhian studies with a view to develop inthem a critical attitude towards a study of GandhiTo develop skills in writing Research report and Research papers scientifically.Unit – 1Unit - 2Unit - 3Unit - 4Fundamental aspects of Research and Research Process :Definitions of ResearchSteps in Research ProcessResearch ProposalWriting a Research PaperFundamental Concepts of ResearchResearch Methods, Population, Sample and Techniques ResearchToolsTrends and Approaches in Research in Gandhian StudiesTrends in Gandhian Studies – chronological and thematicApproaches in Gandhian Studies1. Moral spiritual approach2. Marxist approach3. Ashramic tradition approach4. Libral humanist approach5. Scientific relativist approach6. Post modernist approachResearch methodsReading TextsContextual ReadingHistorical, Political, Ideological, CivilizationalReading MethodClose Reading : Geneological, Archelogical,Deconstructive reading, HermeneuticsResearch on Constructive Programme (case study)Research on resistance movements. (case study)Conflict MappingReport WritingReport structureChaptarization9D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final July /M.A. Gandhian Studies Paper 1 to 10 Detail Final

-LanguageFootnoting and ReferencingUse of Computer in ResearchSPSSReference Books:1.Anol Bhattacherjee. Social Science Research Principle, Methods and Practices, 2012, 1st Edition,Text book Collection, Global Text Project, University of South Florida2.Anil Datta Mishra. Re-exploring Gandhi, New Delhi, Regal Publication, 2012-13.3.David Dooley, Social Research Methods, New Delhi, Prentice Hall of India, 1997, 3rd Edition4.M. P. Mathai. Mahatma Gandh’s World-View, New Delhi, Gandhi Peace Foundation, D. C. PressLtd., 20005.M. H. Gopal. An Introduction to Research Procedure in Social Science, Bombay, Asia Publishinghouse, 19746.Naresh Dadhich. Gandhi and Existentialism, Jaipur, Rawat Publication, 19937.Prem Anand Mishra. Hind Swaraj A Deconstructive Reading, New Delhi, Abhijeet Publication,1st Edition, 20128.Prem Anand Mishra. Peace Research Issues and Applications, Ahmedabad, Reliable PublishingHouse, 20159.Ram Ahooja. Samajik Anusandhan (Hindi), Jaipur, Rawat Publication, 201410. R. S. Patel. Methodology of Educational Research, Ahmedabad, Jay Publication, 2nd Edition,201410D: New Course 2016 / New Course – Gandhian Studies 2016 Final J