Encyclopaedia of Social Change

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Jan 1, 1996 - Social change - 1894 pages
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Social Change Has Been One Of The Ideals And Aspirations Of All Human Societies. It Has An Inherent Functional Value In Raising The Socio-Economic Standard And The Life Style Of The Citizens As It Aims To Provide Basic Needs To All. However, The Phenomenon Of Change Is Far More Complex And Can Not Be Explained In Economic Terms Alone. This Realization Has Shifted The Focus On The Properties Of The Society And Culture.The Present Encyclopaedia Consists Of Five Volumes. The Sequential Order Of The Volumes Is: Conceptualisation Of Social Change, Social Change In Indian Context, Economic Development And Social Change, Development Of Education For Social Change And Social Welfare For Social Change.The Phenomenon In Its Varied Dimensions Which Different Volumes Of This Encyclopaedia Explore And We Hope Will Be Of Immense Importance Even For The Informed Laymen. Tackling As It Does Various Societal Concerns Which Are Of Growing Importance In Most Developing Countries, This Encyclopaedia Of Thought-Provoking Will Appeal To A Wide Cross Section Sociologists, Social And Development Workers, Psychologists, Criminologists, Administrators And Planners.

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