Changing Status of Depressed Castes in Contemporary India: Essays in Honour of Professor S.C. Dube

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Daya Publishing House, 1988 - Social Science - 180 pages
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The Book Has Made An Attempt To Assess The Process Of Social Transformation And The Consequences Of Social Implications Of Economic Among The Scheduled Castes As (Harijans) And Scheduled Tribes (Adivasis) Exposed To Outerworld. Contents Chapter 1: Introduction By S N Chaudhary; Chapter 2: The Role Of Sulabh Technology In The Uplift Of, Bhangis, By Bindeshwar Pathak; Chapter 3: Deprivation: A Socio-Phychological Analysis By Uday Jain & Girishwar Misra; Chapter 4: Social Disorganisation Among The Tribals Of Industrial Areas In Bihar By B B Mandal; Chapter 5: Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes In Urban Bihar By S D N Singh; Chapter 6: People S Action For Tribal Development In Bihar By Manohar Lal; Chapter 7: Tribe And Migration By Sachindra Narayan; Chapter 8: Nature Of Industrial Development And Its Consequences In The Tribal Regions Of Bihar By Jitendra Prasad; Chapter 9: In Search Of An Institution Of Exploitation And Oppression Among The Scheduled Castes In Palamau By Gaya Pandey; Chapter 10: Harijan Atrocities In India: A Case Study Of Bihar By S N Chaudhary; Chapter 11: People S Perception Of The Atrocities Committed On Scheduled Castes In Bihar By Anirudh Prasad; Chapter 12: Socio-Cultural Characteristics Of Dusadh : A Case Study Of North Bihar Villages By Ashok Kumar Singh; Chapter 13: Rehabilitation Of Bonded Labourers In Bihar-An Evaluation By P C Roy; Chapter 14: Problems Of Female Scavengers Of Patna By Pratima K Chaudhary; Chapter 15: Role Of Christianity In The Development Of Scheduled Tribes: A Case Study Of Chotanagarpur District By R B Pandey.

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