Tribals in India: the changing scenario
Tribals in India: The Changing Scenario contains sixteen contributors of eminent economists, sociologists and scientists. This volume examines the entire gamut of issues relating to tribals in India, covering problems, development perspectives and policies. Based on Secondary as well as Primary data the book analyses the various problems pertaining to land alienation, migration, displacement, economic deprivation, development and structural adjustment, emerging out of planned development. This book will be immensely useful to the administrators, planners, researchers, social scientists and policy makers in formulating policy for tribal development in our country.
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Participatory Research for Social Change
A Case of Landless
Structural Adjustment and its Impact
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Acre activities agricultural labourers Andhra Pradesh Balliguda block Banswara beneficiaries Bhils cent centres Constitution Contd crops cultural Delhi development programmes distribution district Dublas economic employment ethnic expenditure exploitation facilities families Five Year Plan forest government rubber plantations Govt Gujarat Hindu households houses implemented income increase indebtedness India industrial irrigation Jhalod Kalahandi Kandhas Koraput Kotra Kutias land alienation landless living loans Madhya Pradesh major Mehtoli ment migration money lenders moneylenders non-tribals observed occupations organisation Orissa Panas participants participatory research percentage period Phulbani plantations poor poverty line Pradesh private rubber plantation problems Rajasthan Rajput region respondents rubber plantation workers rural Samiti Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes schemes sector shifting cultivation situation society socio-economic sources ST and SC status stratification structure Table Tamil Nadu tehsil tion Total tribal areas tribal development tribal group tribal population Udaipur urban various village wages women