Constitutional Morality Stimulating the Social and Health Order Issues in IndiaAuthor : Virendra Singh
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 106-110
India attained the transitional phase of globalization around two decade back when the then (1991) existing government of India adapted the globalization policy. This could be considered as the impact of industrialization. But recently the nation has felt a paradigm change, when the judicial judgements shaked the minds of social scientists. Understanding of term “gender” was taken completely different from the social meaning it had. Always, it was considered that morals, values, folkways and mores were the source of law. But after discussed judgement on Navtej Singh Johar & Ors. …Petitioner(S) Versus Union Of India Thr. Secretary Ministry of Law And Justice(Section 377)& Shabrimala Case it is paradigm shift in the understanding as now it could be veracious to say that law has occupied the custody to replace the traditional social control devices or diplomacies.
Gender, Social Change, Sociology of Prediction, LGBTQ Community, Identity
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