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North East India in Perspective

 
Rajat Kanti Das (Editor) Debashis Basu (Editor)
Synopsis

The trend of social science research that has been set in North-East India during the past 50 years or so has given rise to a regional approach to the socio-demographic and socio-cultural domains of existence reflected in the lifestyles of the original people, particularly the tribals, who though disadvantaged in many respects, seem to have a kind of natural association with the region. Given the variations at biological demographic, socio-cultural and political levels of existence in North-East India, it becomes necessary to examine the situation as it is prevailing here in proper perspective. The present exercise makes an attempt in that direction. The contributions included in this volume are aimed at analyzing the diverse formations of North-East India in different perspectives ranging from population, biogenetic structure and community health on the one side to socio-cultural formations, ethnicity, politics, community interests and developmental changes on the other. Ethnicity-dominated movements are suggestive of a process of political resurgence and reorientation, but these need to be seen in multidimensional setting. An exercise of this dimension requires a comprehensive knowledge about different perspectives of human existence. The book may be helpful to develop such an outlook.

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About the authors

Rajat Kanti Das

The author is currently Professor of Anthropology at Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal. Who has to his credit almost forty years of uninterrupted teaching and research experience. Prompted by his earlier assignments in North-East India, he has all along been keeping on abiding interest in the North-East Indian situation.

Debashis Basu

Debashis Basu (b. 1961) did his M.Sc. (Physical anthropology) (in 1983), M.A. (Addl.) (Social Anthropology) (in 1989) and Ph.D. (in 1996) from Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chattisgarh. He carried out field works in connection with different projects on socio-economic condition, Tribal Medicine, Physical Growth and Development, Nuturitional Status, Population Genetics, etc. among the tribal and non-tribal populations in different districts of Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, West Bengal, Chattisgarh and Assam. About 26 research papers, which have been published both in National and International Journals of repute, are to his credit. He is the life member of different scientific societies viz. North East India Council of Social Science Research (NECSSR), Indian National Confederation of Academy of Anthropologists (INCAA) and Indian Society of Human Genetics (ISHG). Presently he is a Research Associate (Physical), Anthropological Survey of India, NERC, Shillong.

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Bibliographic information

Title North East India in Perspective
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187606908
length xiv+289p., Tables; Figures; References; Index; 22cm.