Social Ecology Of Migration: Reality And Realization

Acharya, Sankar Kr , Dinesh Das Kaibartya

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  • ISBN: AST005792

  • No. of Pages: 164

  • Imprint: Scholars World

  • Publisher: Scholars World

  • Year: 2022

  • Biblio: viii+156p., figs., tabls., ind 25 cm

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'Migration is an inevitable process in human civilization, it can go and happen in innumerable forms and ways. Sometimes people migrate to harvest better and more happiness, or, they are forced to accept more agonies and drudgeries for a poor survival even. So, either push or pull factor initiates and sustains migration. The present book goes deeper into the push and pull factors of rural migration, especially from agrarian ecology to elsewhere, may be into an urban social ecology. By using comprehensive multivariate statistical design analyses and design, it has isolated a score of marker variables, responsible for characterizing and organizing rural-urban migration of people from a marginalizing economic and social echelon. I hope and believe, this book would be worth reading for those who want to have an introspection into the cause, process, effect and impact of migration on Read more

About the Author/Editor

Prof. Sankar Kr. Acharya, former Head, Dept. of Agril Extension and Director, Extension Education, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Mohanpur, WB, born on 6th October, 1960, started his career as Assistant Professor at BCKV in 1988 and has been in teaching, research and extension over 30 years. Research Publication:217 in National and International Journals. Book Publication:97 books authored/ co-authored Membership of Distinction: Chancellor Nominee on selection committee for professors positions; Member of Agriculture Commission; Marketing and Extension Sub Committee, Govt. of West Bengal; Expert member WWF projects in BTR (Buxa Tiger Reserve Project); Expert member; DFID project on Primary Education (DPEP); REIA, Visited Italy, France, Germany, China, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Delivered 18 Key note addresses in International Congress, Chaired 19 Sessions in International Read more

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