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Human Ecology of Cultural Entitles

K.S. Gulia (Editor)
Synopsis Man and animals have biological needs to be met like food, water and protection. But humans are unique as compared to the animals because of their ability to produce a second nature out of the first nature. While the geographical and physical settings determined the adoptive rationale of the earlier human society, with advancement, the humans have carved a second nature out of the first nature. Different cultural entities and civilisations prospered in succession. New discoveries and inventions broke fresh ground with each generation. This book is a detailed study of man in social, anthropological and psychological perspectives. This is the study of man in his given natural, geographical and social surroundings. In course of time, however, all these outside factors changed effecting the inside changes, too. So, here is a fascinating study since the stage of ape to the modern man. The book also deals with the different world races, individual cultures, and interface between cultures, use of language as a means to educate and brain-washing, and different linguistic cultures. It serves as a research study to the discerning reader.
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About the author

K.S. Gulia

Brigadier (dr.) Kuldip Singh Gulia is a noted and active environmentalist.  A Ph.D. in Human Ecology of the Himalayan Ecosystems, he has applied himself into sustained research in various facets of Human Ecology.  His book Human Ecology of Sikkim and Geneses of Disasters, have been widely acclaimed in the intellectual circles for qualitative and analytical excellence.   His research papers on  human ecosystems of the Himalayas and of the Arid Zone of Indian Thar Desert make interesting studies.  The author commanded an infantry Brigade in Gujarat in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake of 26 January 2001, and was deeply involved in rehabilitating the suffering population in the affected areas.  He successfully commanded his Brigade in Munabas sector of Barmer (Rajasthan) during Operation Parakram.  Having retired from the Army, he is currently Director of the Pratap Group of Public Schools at Karnal.  He is currently working on the Human Ecosystems in the schooling fraternity.

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Bibliographic information

Title Human Ecology of Cultural Entitles
Author K.S. Gulia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.08.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Isha Books
Language: English
isbn 8182054176
length 398p.