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Title: ‘Well-being’ of domestic workers in India
Authors: Sahni, Sanjeev P.
Junnarkar, Mohita
Keywords: Concept of Well-Being
Models of Well-Being
Well-Being of Domestic Workers
Issue Date: 9-Aug-2019
Publisher: Springer, Singapore
Citation: Sahni,S.P., & Junnarkar, M. (2019). ‘Well-being’ of domestic workers in India. In U. Mahanta & I. Gupta (Eds.), Recognition of the rights of domestic workers in India (pp.163–175). Springer, Singapore.
Abstract: This chapter outlines the concept of well-being followed by the different models of well-being such as Mental Health Continuum, PERMA, Psychological Capital (PsyCap) and Quality of life. The chapter then leads to the issues and challenges faced by domestic workers such as unregulated and underpayment of wages, caste and religion, non-recognition of skills, working conditions etc. Finally, the chapter culminates suggesting few well-being initiatives. In future, mental health programs addressing the mental health and well-being issues need to be designed. The sector needs to be pursued diligently in the modern welfare society.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/3171
ISBN: 9789811357640
Appears in Collections:JGU Research Publications

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