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Social Transformation of Indian Tribes

R. Singh (Editor)
Synopsis Social Transformation of Indian Tribes is a critical and comprehensive study of nature and motivation of the social transformation during past few decades. The process of social transformation has been discussed in seven chapters. Community composition and social order has been discussed in the first chapter. Second chapter deals with the basic unit of social structure. Whether social transformation is myth or reality? This question has been widely discussed in the third chapter. Fourth chapter deals with plans, policies and development. Fifth chapter throw light on the socio-economic status of tribal women in eastern India. Social interaction among the tribes has been described deals with the concept and composition of tribal caste and nation. Social anthropologists, scholars and teachers in the field concerned besides the policy planners and development administrators will find this book of utmost use.
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About the author

R. Singh

R. Singh did his M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry from K.N.I. Sulthanpur, U.P. affliated with Ram Manohar Lohia, Awadh University in 1977 in second division. He has worked as senior Research Fellow at IISR, Lucknow from October 2000 to March 2002 under A-P cess Project "Identification of Molecular Markers for sucrose synthesis and their manipulation to increase sucrose contents in sugar cane". He has many research papers to his credit. He is at present working as Senior Research Fellow at IISR, Lucknow in another Project. His present interest centres on biochemical parameters in relation to maturity of sugar cane.

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Bibliographic information

Title Social Transformation of Indian Tribes
Author R. Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 812610452X, 9788126104529
length viii+286p., Tables; Notes; References; 23cm.