Tribes of India: Ongoing Challenges

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Rann Singh Mann
M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1996 - 68-92 - 411 pages
This comprehensive account reflects the thinking,insight and experience of very senior Indian anthropologists.The concerns expressed involve macro-mapping of India tribal scenario in its diverse perspective.Challenges and alternative from another front which has been debated upon in various phases of descriptions.Where do the Indian tribes stand at the tuen of the century is so well documented in this volume that anyone interested in them would have no alternative but to join the stream of these anthropological thinkers and empiricists who realize that many odds continue to mark the philosophy,policy,ground level reality etc.
 

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Contents

Social Mobility Through Reservation Education
17
The Nehruvian Model of Tribal
39
Encounters with Empiricism
55
State Tribal Polity and Policy in India
81
Tribal Scenario and Developmental Planning
103
The Development Process in the Contemporary
121
Problems of Tribal Development in Gujarat
143
Problems in Tribal Education with Special Reference
169
A Framework for Studying the Health Problems
193
Health and SocioCultural Correlates in Tribal
207
Dermatoglyphic Variation and its Association with
221
Changing Status of Women among Himalayan Tribes
249
An Appraisal of the Economic Role of Women in
279
Their Impact
295
Biodiversity Sustainable Agriculture and Tribal
325
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