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India: An Anthropological Outline

 
M.K. Bhasin (Author) Veena Bhasin (Author)
Synopsis India is a multicultural country. Because of its diversity, it provides an ideal situation for undertaking anthropological works. How communities and populations continue to retain their identity, in social and cultural terms on one hand and biological on the other, and how they acquire the characteristics of the others because of cultural borrowing or interbreeding are the questions anthropologists systematically investigate. India offers an ideal case for examining unity in diversity both with biological and socio-cultural perspectives. Keeping this in view, the present book is an attempt to locate certain important features of India and her populations, and their historical and cultural backgrounds. The first part of the book gives an introduction, while its second part is a full-length treatment of the situation in India. The health scenario and population dynamics are also discussed in the second section. This book introduces the reader to the anthropological reality of India.
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About the authors

M.K. Bhasin

M. K. Bhasin, Professor and Head, Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi.

Veena Bhasin

Dr. Veena Bhasin is a Research Scientist-C (Professor Grade), appointed by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, and attached to the Department of Anthropology University of Delhi, Delhi. she has a brilliant academic record, having done M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the University of Delhi. Since 1972, she is attached to the Department of Anthropology as Junior research Fellow (ICMR), New Delhi), Senior Research Fellow and Research Associate (MAB/UNESCO) Programme). Before achieveing the distinction of Research Scientist – C (since December 7, 1994). She has worked on the various positions (Research Scientist – A (Lecturer Grade), December 7, 1984 to 1989, and Research Scientist – B (Reader Grade), December 7, 1989 to 1994), allocated by the UGC and all these years she has always been attached to the Department of anthropology, University of Delhi. She has done extensive field work and research work on Human Ecology and Medical Anthropology in the Himalayan region (Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim) and Rajasthan especially among the Tribal Groups. She has more than 60 research papers to her credit. She has authored nine books and edited four. Her published research work is of high academic merit, recognized internationally. She is guiding Ph.D. students. She is Managing Editor of internationally reputed journals Journal of Human Ecology and Journal of Social Science and Editor of Studies of Tribal and Tribals and the Anthropologist.

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Bibliographic information

Title India: An Anthropological Outline
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185264295
length vi+176p., Tables; Figures; 22cm.