Tribal Study No. of Books Found 12

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  • Jaintias: Studies In Society And Change

    Shobhan N Lamare

    Item Code: #9788189233105

    Availability: In stock

  • Social Justice For Weaker Section

    A Anil, A Ranjithkumar

    Item Code: #9789351306306

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  • Ethnobotanical Wisdom Of The Tribals In The Palni Hills

    S J Kennedy, S M John

    Item Code: #9788170355540

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  • Exploitation Of Child Labour In Tribal India

    S N Tripathy

    Item Code: #9788170350934

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    The present work, although a pioneering effort is a modest study of problem of child labour in India with special reference to Orissa. The study intends to explore the socio-economic perspective of exploitation and abuse inflicted upon the child labourers manifested in Calcutta, Delhi, Bombay, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Orissa. Besides making a penetrative survey of the problems, the study presents a comprehensive view of legislative policy measures and useful suggestions. The case studies undertaken in the tribal pockets of Orissa, with the help of sample data, bring into light some hitherto unknown facts and useful findings to formulate policy measures to eradicate the problem. Being a serious research work, the work ensures an attractive reading to the scholars and policy makers.
  • Situating Education, Employment And Economy Of Scheduled Tribes Of North East India

    Reimeingam Marchang

    Item Code: #9789352220267

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  • Nyishi Of Arunachal Pradesh: An Ethnohistorical Study

    Tana Showren

    Item Code: #9788189233617

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    This thought-provoking work examines ethnohistory, and under explored field of study that lies at the intersection of interpretation, reinterpretation, intellectual history, literature and gender studies. A pioneering peace of ethnohistory, uses a variety of interdisciplinary means to reconstruct the oral history of an important Tribe in North-East India, i.e. NYISHI. It traces the impact of misnomer nomenclature labeled on the Tribe throughout century and psychic agony inherent in the transformation of people under the twin impact of reign of the Ahom and colonialism. It analyses how these factors shaped and reflected the society as static and stagnant. In reconstruction the history of traditional political institution that have been wrongly intepretated and understood have been systematically re-examined to attain the objective study. Author also raises whole issues concerning the methodologies of ethnohistory and the dynamics of the whole last millennium history of Nyishi of North-East India. Author powerfully combines analysis of medieval writings eighteenth century texts, archival records, local and colonial records, and extensive ethnographic field work and attempt to piece together oral history and oral traditions of the Nyishi people which will appeal to the general reader, intellectuals, specialist, policy-maker, professionals and researchers.
    The study of oral history leads into an area of human culture to which social scientist are now increasingly turning their interests as part of research on pre-literate non-segmentary acephalous societies linking up with developing method on such subject, social memory, the emotions, the ethnography of speaking and verbal arts action more intensely. It is now timely to have a book of guidance for researchers as to the possibilities and problems of researching in the area where no written record and archive sources are available. This book will definitely serve as useful aid for such researchers who eager to work on the topics of oral history, oral tradition and understanding the non-literate community.
  • Constraint And Challenges To Social Science Research In North-East India

    C J Thomas, L S Gassah

    Item Code: #9789352220120

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  • Jaintia Oral Narratives

    Shobhan N Lamare

    Item Code: #9789352220090

    Availability: In stock

  • Naga Chronicle 2nd Rev Edn

    Wetshokhrolo Lasuh, V K Nuh

    Item Code: #9789352220083

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  • Rediscovery And Rebuilding Of Naga Cultural Values: An Analytical Approach With Special Reference To Maori

    Inato Yekheto Shikhu

    Item Code: #9788189233556

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    This book attempts to assist the Nagas to rediscover and rebuild their traditional earth centred life and culture, so that instead of judging themselves with imported ideas and principles, they can discern, critique, and reciprocate with home grown ideas and values. In this way can rebuild and regain their misplaced identity.
  • Indigenous Medicinal Plants Social Forestry And Tribals

    M P Singh

    Item Code: #9788170352730

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  • Tribal Agriculture And Modernization: The Change And Continuity

    Sujit Kumar Paul

    Item Code: #9788170353485

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    Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for the overwhelming majority of the tribal population in India. Agricultural modernization has since long been introduced in the tribal areas of West Bengal, primarily with a view to raise the level of income, standard of living and lifestyle of the tribal people. The present book meant for elucidating the impact as well as adoption of modernization on tribal agriculture. The author has made a critical review of the agricultural modernization and mechanization and also the tradition of tribal agriculture. The author studied empirically the extent and nature of adoption of modern agricultural technology by the Santals and subsequently its impact on the lifestyle of the people in the locality. The obstacles or social-cultural constraints of the Santals towards the adoption of the modern agricultural technology have also been taken into consideration. Social, cultural and economic problems of the Santals have also been studied in connection with the agricultural modernization. The author estimated the maximum return over variable cost from existing cropping pattern followed by the Santals and suggested some appropriate measures to maximize net return by adopting alternative systems of cropping pattern. A close probe has also been made to evaluate the extent and nature of socio-cultural and socio-economic changes among the Santal cultivators due to agricultural modernization. The book would be of much use to the social scientists, researchers, students, planners and policy makers in the field of rural development.

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