Dynamics of Planned Social Change: A Comparative Approach

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Bee Kay Publications, 1973 - Community development - 384 pages
On the impact of the community development programs upon the Indian villages; study based on field investigations undertaken in four Punjab villages in 1962.

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Contents

Page
1
CHAPTER II
41
CHAPTER III
71
Geographic Unit of Analysis
85
CHAPTER IV
92
Theories of Social Change
98
CHAPTER V
105
Need for Study
126
Break up of Joint Family
252
Sending of Children to School
261
Job Orientation
265
Mate Selection
267
Education Earning of the Children and Family Relations
268
TntraFamily Relations
270
Intermixing of children
283
Neighbours and Neighbourhood relations
284

Significance of the Study
134
Population Distribution
169
Educatiodal Attainment
178
CHAPTER VIII
187
i
201
Class Distinction
207
Hindrance to Adoption
231
Extent of Occupational Mobility
233
Occupational Satisfaction
235
vii
236
Occupational Mobility
237
Occupational Dissatisfaction and Social Relations
239
Role of Community Development
244
CHAPTER XI
247
Variations in Family Forms
248
Assessment of the role of Community Development
287
CHAPTER XII
289
Perception of Community Development Programme
291
Youth and interGroup Relations
296
CHAPTER XIII
300
Status Analysis 300
306
Role of Community Development
313
School and Community
315
CHAPTER XV
322
Panchayats and Problem Consciousness
329
CHAPTER XVI
336
viii
354
CHAPTER XVII
356
Geographic Setting
377
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