Sociology

Dr. Manosmita Mahapatra

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Department of Sociology

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Dr.Manosmita Mahapatra has completed her MA and PhD in Sociology from Pondicherry University, Pondicherry. Her areas of research interest include Gender Studies, Industrial Sociology, CSR and Sociology of Development.

Selected Publications

  • Mahapatra, M (2020). Displacement and rehabilitation: Role of CSR in empowering communities. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies, vol 7(5): 37-42 ISSN 23939125.
  • Mahapatra,M. 2020. Empowering community stakeholders through corporate social performance. Desh Vikas, vol 7(1): 150-161. ISSN 23941782
  • Mahapatra, M. Challenges of Female Academicians: Socio Cultural Approach to Family and Work Dynamics.  International Journal of Management and Social Science Research Review, 2019,  vol 6 (5) : pp 30- 36. ISSN 2349-6746
  • Mahapatra, M. Corporate Social Responsibility and Empowerment of Women: A Sociological Perspective. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2019, vol 6 (2): pp 8- 15 .  ISSN 2221-0989
  • Mahapatra, M. 2018. Career Aspiration and Achievement motivation of women Academicians: A struggle for dual role conflict. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, vol 5 (4): 57-63. ISSN  2221-0989.

 

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Project title – Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Community Development: A Sociological Perspective under Odisha University Research and Innovation Incentivization Plan, funded by the Odisha Higher Education Council, Department of Higher Education, Government of Odisha. [Principal Investigator: Dr.Manosmita Mahapatra].

  1. Mahapatra, M (2020). Displacement and rehabilitation: Role of CSR in empowering communities. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies, vol 7(5): 37-42 ISSN 23939125.
  2. Mahapatra,M. 2020. Empowering community stakeholders through corporate social performance. Desh Vikas, vol 7(1): 150-161. ISSN 23941782
  3. Mahapatra, M. Challenges of Female Academicians: Socio Cultural Approach to Family and Work Dynamics.  International Journal of Management and Social Science Research Review, 2019,  vol 6 (5) : pp 30- 36. ISSN 2349-6746
  4. Mahapatra, M. Corporate Social Responsibility and Empowerment of Women: A Sociological Perspective. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2019, vol 6 (2): pp 8- 15 .  ISSN 2221-0989
  5. Mahapatra, M. 2018. Career Aspiration and Achievement motivation of women Academicians: A struggle for dual role conflict. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, vol 5 (4): 57-63. ISSN  2221-0989.
  6. Mahapatra, M. 2018. Approach to career and teaching: A study of women academicians in Odisha. Mahila Pratistha, vol 4 (1): 127-136. ISSN 2454-7891
  7. Mahapatra, M. 2018. Teaching Career for women: The Work Family conflict. Review of Management, vol 8 (1-2): 41-48. . ISSN 2231-0487
  8. Mahapatra, M. 2018. CSR and Social Entreprenuership : Role of multinationals in Empowering Rural Women. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies, vol 5 (9): 1-9. ISSN 2393-9125
  9. Manosmita, M, Aruna, C, and Libina, K. Beyond Resource Mobilization Theory: Dynamic Paradigm of Chengara Struggle, Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Vol. 3(1): 29-35 (2012). ISSN 0976-6634. ISSN 0976-6634
  1. Mahapatra, M and Panda, S. Ethical Business for Sustainable Development: A New Paradigm of Corporate Social Power in Global Governance, The Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise, Vol 39(3&4): 45-59 (2016). ISSN 0971-1856.

Chapters in Edited Books (International)

  1. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Capacity Building and Social Empowerment of Women in Rural Orissa – An Assessment of CSR. In, Mishra, R.K; Singh, Punam and Sarkar, Sulagna, Eds. Rethinking Corporate Social Responsibility. Delhi, Macmillan. 2011, pp 210-223. ISBN 023032310-3.
  2. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Strategic Approach of Corporate to Community Development for Sustainability- CSR in Indian Context. In, Mishra, R.K; Singh, Punam and Sarkar, Sulagna. Eds. Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility – Towards a Sustianable Business. London. Bloomsbury. 2013, pp 31-48. ISBN 978-93-82563-42-6.
  3. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Corporate Sustainability and Sustainable Business: The Role of Corporate in Community Development – A Case Study of Tata Steel. In, Thakur, Rajiv; Jain, Prerna and Vijayvargy, Lokesh. Eds. Creating a Sustainable Business – Managerial Implications and Challenges. London. Bloomsbury. 2013, pp 170-175. ISBN 978-93-81693-07-7.

Chapters in Edited Books (National)

  1. Mahapatra, M. and Panda, S. Ethical Business for Sustainable Development: A New Paradigm of Corporate Social Power in Global Governance. In, Mishra, R.K; and Sarkar, Sulagna, Eds. Revolutionising Corporate Social Responsibility: Towards a sustainable tomorrow. Academic Foundation, New Delhi. 2015, pp 195- 211. ISBN 978-9332701816.
  2. Mahapatra, M. 2018. “Social exclusion and empowerment of women: Role of CSR in community health care” in Women on the Edge of progress: Reflections from Third World Countries (Ed.) by Prabhat Kumar Singh and Amit Bhowmick. Adhyayan Publisher. New Delhi. pp 311- 333.
  3. C. Aruna and Manosmita, Mahapatra. More Policing and Cultural Controversies. In Usha, V.T. (ed). Women and Moral Policing, Centre for Women’s Studies, Pondicherry University, 2009.
  4. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Sustainable Development through Corporate Social Responsibility – A case study of Tata Steel in India. In, Mishra, R.K; Singh, Punam and Sarkar, Sulagna. Eds. Today’s HR for a Sustainable Tomorrow. Delhi. Allied Pubisher. 2012, pp 277-287. ISBN 978-81-8424-754-1.
  5. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Social and Economic Empowerment of Tribal Women in Rural Orissa – An Impact Assessment of CSR. In, Kumar Manoj. Corporate Social Responsibility Contemporary Issues in India. Eds. Delhi, Adhyayan Publisher, 2012. Pp.134-150.  ISBN 978-81-8435-350-1.
  6. Mahapatra, Manosmita and Aruna, C. Human Rights Victims: Rehabilitation Measures of Corporate in Orissa. In, Kumar Manoj. Eds. Human Rights for All. Haryana, Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS), Milestone Education Society (Regd.), 2012, pp 174-178. ISBN 978-81-922377-3-2.
  7. Mahapatra, M and Aruna, C. Socio-economic Empowerment of Women through CSR: An Exploratory Study for an Equity Approach to Gender. In, Bhowmik Debesh, Pandey, J, Chintu A and Rajan. Eds. The Lightening of Empowerment Gender Equality Development and Women Empowerment. Globus Press, Delhi. 2015, pp 197-210. ISBN 978-93-82484-64-6.
  8. Mahapatra, M. Situating Multinational and Professional Ethics: Communicating CSR through Media Reporting. In, Padhi, U; Rath N, Panda M. Eds. Proceeding of National Media Conclave: Media and Social Responsibility, 2017 pp 62-67. ISBN 978-93-81693-07-7.
  9. Mahapatra, M and D. Mohapatra, D. Role conflicts of Women Academicians: A Career and Family Dynamics. In, Diptirekha Mohapatra. Eds. Women in India Society Issues and Challenges, SSDN Publishers, New Delhi. 2017, pp 84-93. ISBN 978-93-8357-602-9.
  10. Mahapatra, M.. Corporate Social Performance and Sustainable Development: A Sociological Study of CSR on Health Care in Odisha.  In, Mishra, R.K; and Sarkar, Sulagna,. Corporate Social Responsibility: Driving a Sustainable Future. Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2017, pp 153-163. ISBN 978-93-82484-64-6.
  11. Mahapatra, M. 2018. “Social exclusion and empowerment of women: Role of CSR in community health care” in Women on the Edge of progress: Reflections from Third World Countries (Ed.) by Prabhat Kumar Singh and Amit Bhowmick. Adhyayan Publisher. New Delhi. pp 311- 333.
  12. Mahapatra, M. 2019. Corporates and Empowerment of Women: An Assessment of CSR, Social Reporting and Transparency. In, Mishra. A; and  Sagarika Mishra. Eds. Contemporary Gender Discourse: Issues and Contestations. SSDN Publishers, New Delhi, pp 62- 76. ISBN 978- 81-9375-139-8. 
  13. Mahapatra, M. 2019. Corporate Social Performance and Civil Society: An Assessment through Ethical Theory Paradigm. In, Mishra, R.K ; and Sarkar, Sulagna. Eds. CSR: The Changing Perspective. Academic Foundation , New Delhi, pp 127 – 142
  14. Mahapatra,M. 2019. Achievement Motivation and work – family balance among Female Academicians : Evidence from India. In, Bhowmick, A; and Elias, Wahab. Eds. Empowering Women: A Global Urgency. Delton Publishing House, New Delhi, pp 80- 88. ISBN 978-93-87631-21-2. 
  15. Mahapatra,M. 2020. Role of CSR in empowering women. In, Bhowmick, A; and Elias, Wahab. Mittal Publication , New Delhi pp 54-71. ISBN : 978819471235.

Conference Presentations 

  1. Presented a paper titled “Tribal Women, Livelihood and Sustainable Development: Navigating the role of CSR” in the International Symposium on Development, Sustainability and Livelihood: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities organized by the Department of Sociology, Ravenshaw University on 17th September 2022. 
  2. Presented a paper titled ” Corporate Social Responsibility and MNCs: A global approach” in the International Symposium on Globalization, Security and Development: Local, National and Global Dimensions organized by the Department of Sociology, Ravenshaw University during 17-18 October 2022. 
  3. Presented paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility in India: A sociological Perspective” in National Seminar on “Industrialization, Environment and Local sustainability, 2nd and 3rd March, 2019, PG Dept of Sociology, Vikram Deb Autonomous College, Jeypore, Odisha. .
  4. Presented paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: The Role of Multinationals in Community Development” in National Conference on “Transforming Odisha: Policies, Institutions and Innovations” on 3rd March and 4th 2018.
  5. Presented paper titled “Multinationals, Promotion of education and development: A paradigm shift in perspective” in National Seminar on “Quality assurance in higher Education”, on 2-3rd August, 2018.
  6. Participated in orientation of academic counselors for Master degree program in Sociology, Odisha State Open University, Sambalpur on 18th November, 2018
  7. Presented Paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights: The Role of Multinationals in Community Development” in National Seminar on “Frontiers of Human Rights and Duties in India: Situating Dialogues, Debates and Dissents” on 30 March 2017.
  8. Presented Paper titled “Corporate Social Performance and Sustainable Development:  A Sociological Study of CSR on Health Care in Odisha:, in International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibilityon 2nd and 3rd February 2017 by Institute of Public  Enterprise, Hyderabad.
  9. Presented Paper titled “Situating Multinationals and Professional Ethics: Communicating CSR through Media Reporting“, in National Conclave on Media and social Responsibility on 3rd and 4th May, 2017 by Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.
  10. Presented Paper titledIndustrialization And Social Exclusion: The role of CSR in Tribal Empowerment and Rehabilitation in Odisha.”, in National Seminar on ‘ Industrialization, Social Exclusion and the Rights of Indigenous People’ during 26th and 27th March, 2017, at Sambalpur University.
  11. Presented paper titled “CSR and Development: Examining through the Prisms of Tribes and Gender” in the National Seminar on Reconstructing Development and its Discontents in India: Problems, Paradoxes and Possibilities Organised by The Department of Sociology, Ravenshaw University Cuttack during 14-15 November, 2015.
  12. Presented paper titled “Entrepreneurship and Women Empowerment: Role of CSR in Sustainable Development in Indian Context” in National seminar on 23-24 January 2014 on ‘Development and Social Issues”, Perriyar University, Kerala.
  13. Presented paper titled “Entrepreneurship and Women Empowerment: Role of CSR in Sustainable Development in Indian Context” in National seminar on 23-24 January 2014 on ‘Development and Social Issues”, Perriyar University, Kerala.
  14. Presented paper titled “Development through CSR: A Gender Perspective” in the National Seminar on Frontiers of Development Practices in India: Reconfiguring the Development of Underdevelopment Organised  by The Department of Sociology, Ravenshawe University Cuttack during 13-14 April, 2013.
  15. Participated in Three-day Workshop on Feminist Research Methodology, Organised by the Centre for Women’s Studies, Ponidhcerry University form 20th to 22nd March, 2012.
  16. Presented paper in International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility on 6th and 7th December 2012, in Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad. The paper titled “Strategic Approach of Corporate to Community Development for Sustainability – CSR in Indian Context”.
  17. Contributed a paper entitled “Corporate sustainability and Sustainable Business: The Role of Corporate in community Development – A Case Study of Tata Steel”, in International Conference on Creating Sustainable Business on 7th and 9th December 2012 in Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur.
  18. Presented paper in National Seminar on Best Practices in HR for Sustainability 23rd and 24th Jan, 2012, in Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad. The Paper titled “Sustainable Development through Corporate social Responsibility – A Case Study of Tata Steel in India”.
  19. Presented paper in National Conferences on Best Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility on 4-6 June 2011, in Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad. The Paper titled “Capacity Building and Social Empowerment of Women in Rural Orissa – An Assessment of CSR”.
  20. Presented paper titled “A Path of Gandhian Conflict Resolution – Challenges of 21st Century”, in National Seminar on Gandhi and Conflict and Conflict Resolution on 27th and 29th January, 2011 at Pondicherry University.

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