TribalS And Social Inclusion,Between Culture and Develoment

Dr.Suchismita Mishra,Dr.D.C.Nanjunda

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Title: TribalS And Social Inclusion,Between Culture and Develoment

Author: Dr.Suchismita Mishra,Dr.D.C.Nanjunda

Year: 2017

Language: English

Pages etc.: 289p., crown

Binding: Hardbound

Native/Tribal development has been given one of the major special handling by all the Governments in India during all five year plans on explanation of the socio-economic backwardness of the tribes. Tribes are at the bottom of social and political stepladder in India. Articulation of development processes will not only lead to appropriate solutions but it also helps in sensitizing field workers who in the past often held a negative stereotype about tribals

Tribal development has been given one of the major special handling by all the Governments in India during all five year plans on explanation of the socio-economic backwardness of the tribes. Tribes are at the bottom of social and political stepladder in India. Articulation of development processes will not only lead to appropriate solutions but it also helps in sensitizing field workers who in the past often held a negative stereotype about tribals. From the standpoint of policy, it is essential to comprehend that tribal communities are defenseless not only for the reason that they are poor, asset less and illiterate compared to the wide-ranging population; often their diverse defenselessness arises from their inability to negotiate and cope with the consequences of their forced amalgamation with the conventional economy, society, cultural and political system, from which they were historically secluded as the result of their relative isolation.  This book would be useful for  the academicians, NGOs policy makers and public.

Mrs. (Dr.) Suchismita Mishra is currently ICSSR Post Doc Fellow in Bangalore University. She obtained her doctoral degree from Sambalpur University, Odisha. She is the author of around 23 articles in reputed International and National Journals. Her areas of interest are Migrants, Child Health and Healthcare, Gender, Adolescence Sexuality and Reproductive Health.

Dr. D.C. Nanjunda is currently associated with UGC-CSSEIP Research Centre, Mysore University, India. He has Done Ph.D. in Anthropology form Mysore University. He is the author of over Eight dozen of research papers including edited and authored books. He is having few years of research experience in various public health issues. He is a member of the editorial board of eight professional journals. He has been awarded few prestigious fellowship to his credit. His research areas are Applied and Clinical Sociology, Development Anthropology, Public Health, Rural and Tribal Issues and Policy Studies.

 

 

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