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Kani Tribes of Kodayar Forest: A Study on their Health, Culture and Eco-System

 
B. Nalini (Author)
Synopsis B Nalini The Global issue of ecological management is viewed from various angles at macro level. Such ecological problems could be tackled with relative ease if they are approached from micro level communities. Small territorial groups like tribes, who are part of the forest ecosystem, hold an important position in the preservation of the woodlands. The book describes the life style, culture habits and the health behaviour of the Kani tribes, the dwellers of Kodayar forest in the western Ghats. These tribes encounter with lot of problems in the secluded hill areas as much as they benefit the Nature. The book supplies the researchers and academicians with information on Kani Tribes. It will interest any common man who has concern for human groups, their lives and nature. The discussions and suggestions made in the book will be helpful in restructuring and improving the schemes of the government.
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About the author

B. Nalini

B. Nalini, Ph.D. is professor in the Department of Sociology, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai. In her academic career she has authored three books and published several articles in National and International journals. Her main research interest is concentrated on sociology of Health, Gerontology and Gender Studies. She has executed a number of policy top aging and health sponsored by UGC and the Ministry of Environment and Forests.

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Title Kani Tribes of Kodayar Forest: A Study on their Health, Culture and Eco-System
Author B. Nalini
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818688081X
length xi+94p., Tables; Maps; 25cm.