Chandra Bhushan Mishra
viii, 240 p; 2018
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN-13/ EAN: 978-93-88121-16-3(Hardbound)
ISBN-10: 93-88121-16-3(Hardbound) INR 1500.00
LC Subject heading:-
1. Tribes—India—Social conditions.
2. Tribes—India—Economic conditions.
3. Forestry and community—India.
4. Tribes—India—Social life and customs.
About the Book:
The spread of developed means of transport and communication and growth and diffusion of community and commercialized services have increased mobility and interaction among people of different sexes, castes, creeds, and regions. The role of modernity has been very profound in creating a social change in religion and caste allowing the people of backward classes to get acquainted to the outside world through education and cultural transformation. As tribal societies get more differentiated different bases are developing for the assertion of tribal identity. “A new system of social stratification and mobility is already on its way attacking the entrenched non-tribal exploiters and dehumanizing agencies and institutions. The present book explores the contemporary position of Indian tribes in respect of nature, degree of change and development on the one hand and their subsequent state of integration on the other. Students of social studies and social work will find this book as important reference along with the policy makers.
About the Author:-
Dr. Chandra Bhushan Mishra is Associate Professor & Head, Department of Ancient History Culture and Archaeology, Nava Nalanda Mahavihara, Deemed University, Nalanda. In past, he was Lecturer and Head, Department of Buddhist Studies, Krishak College, Nawada and UGC Research Associateship at Magadh University, Bodh Gaya.
Introduction — Tribal Culture: An Overview Traditional tribal farming System — Dams and their Effects on Forests and Tribal People — Impact of globalization on Tribals of India — The Impact of Industrialization and Urbanization on Indian Tribals — Knowledge of Tribals in Biodiversity Conservation — Constitutional and Legal Protection of SCs and STs in India — Tribal Cultures and Global Dynamics — Festivals of Indian Tribes — Indigenous People and the Roles of Culture, Law and Globalization — Bibliography — Index —
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