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Vijoy S Sahay and Pradip K Singh

Published by Serials Pub (2003)

ISBN 10: 8186771131 ISBN 13: 9788186771136

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About this Item: Serials Pub, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Art of body decoration-some aspects of dress and ornaments among the Rongdani Rabha of East Garo hills, Meghalaya/ Moromi Talukdar. 2. Social anthropology of sacred centre: understanding the dimension of Indian civilization through Parshuram Kund/M.C. Behera. 3.Maternal education in relation to the indicators of health and development in Northeast India/R. Khongsdier. 4. Tribal indebtedness in Rajasthan/Rajesh Jaiswal. 5. Displacement and deprivation of tribals in Orissa: an anthropological look/Nilakantha Panigrahi. 6. Women's status effect on family size: a sample study in the union territory of Pondicherry, India/S. Ramachandran. 7. Impact of planned development programmes and policies on the ethno-medical system of a Central Indian tribe/Anima Sharma. 8. Women in development/Deepak Tyagi & Mitali Chatterjee. 9. Ethnomedical practices in a primitive tribe/Pramod Misra & A.K. Kapoor. 10. Weekly market: an indigenous model of social relations/ Nishi Bera & Gautam Kumar Bera. 11. Study of communicable diseases with reference to the tribal population in India-a review/Shyamal Kumar Nandy. 12. Nature and function of the malevolent spirits: a case study of the Mundas of West Midnapur/Ashis Kumar Das. 13. Gender differentials in socio-cultural, political and health aspects in rural West Bengal, India/B.N. Ghosh, P. Bharati & T.S. Vasulu. 14. Educational development of Yanadi tribe in Andhra Pradesh/K.S. Babu. 15. Female infanticide-some facts: a study in Salem District of Tamil Nadu/R. Shankar & P. Murugan. 16. Indian 438 pp. Seller Inventory # 48345

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Vijoy S. Sahay, Pradip K. Singh & Gautam K. Bera (Eds)

Published by Serials Publications (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771808 ISBN 13: 9788186771808

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book covers multiple socio-cultural and biological dimensions of researches in Indian anthropology. Trained and professional anthropologists engaged in various universities, as also in various anthropological organizations in the country, have contributed articles for this illustrious volume. The various socio-cultural dimensions that it covers are-from Art of Body Decoration to the Anthropology of Sacred Centers; from Maternal Education to the Effect of Women?s Status in Family Size; from Female Infanticide, and Women in Development to the Indian Women in Transition; from Tribal Indebtedness, and Displacement and Deprivation of Tribesmen to the Weekly Tribal Market; from Anthropology of Religion to Anthropology of Health; from Medical Anthropology to Ethno medicines; and from Educational Development to the Nutritional Problems of the Tribesmen. In the field of biological anthropology the dimensions include-from Oral Health to Morphological Study of Hair; and from Finger Dermatoglaphics to Inbreeding Effects on Genetic Load, Crow?s Index, and Inbreeding Coefficients. Thus, the volume covers a wide range of topics of great anthropological interest. It is only the beginning. The Oriental Institute of Cultural and Social Research, Allahabad, in collaboration with the Serials Publications, will continue to bring out subsequent volumes in future under the title ?Dimensions of Researches in Indian Anthropology.? Printed Pages: 486. Seller Inventory # 46037

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Vijoy S. Sahay, Pradip K. Singh & Gautam K. Bera (Eds)

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book covers multiple socio-cultural and biological dimensions of researches in Indian anthropology. Trained and professional anthropologists engaged in various universities, as also in various anthropological organizations in the country, have contributed articles for this illustrious volume. The various socio-cultural dimensions that it covers are-from Art of Body Decoration to the Anthropology of Sacred Centers; from Maternal Education to the Effect of Women’s Status in Family Size; from Female Infanticide, and Women in Development to the Indian Women in Transition; from Tribal Indebtedness, and Displacement and Deprivation of Tribesmen to the Weekly Tribal Market; from Anthropology of Religion to Anthropology of Health; from Medical Anthropology to Ethno medicines; and from Educational Development to the Nutritional Problems of the Tribesmen. In the field of biological anthropology the dimensions include-from Oral Health to Morphological Study of Hair; and from Finger Dermatoglaphics to Inbreeding Effects on Genetic Load, Crow’s Index, and Inbreeding Coefficients. Thus, the volume covers a wide range of topics of great anthropological interest. It is only the beginning. The Oriental Institute of Cultural and Social Research, Allahabad, in collaboration with the Serials Publications, will continue to bring out subsequent volumes in future under the title “Dimensions of Researches in Indian Anthropology.” Printed Pages: 486. Seller Inventory # 46037

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Vijoy S Sahay; Pradip K Singh and Gautam K Bera

Published by Serials, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771808 ISBN 13: 9788186771808

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About this Item: Serials, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Anthropology in India a comment/Vinay Kumar Srivastava. 2. An anthropologist looks at history a re interpretation of ancient history and culture of India/Vijoy S. Sahay. 3. Toda identity at crossroads/Sibir Ranjan Das. 4. The neglected tribes of Jharkhand/Pradip Kumar Singh. 5. The social system of Minicoy Island/Padmavathi Allamsetty. 6. Ethnicity in the Jammu and Kashmir State a profile of races and tribal study/B.L. Chaku. 7. Food universe of the Santal structure and cognition/Indrani Bhattacharyya. 8. Santal Kinship terminology a componential analysis/Paulami Chattopadhyay. 9. Undocumented migration from Bangladesh to West Bengal/Pranati Datta. 10. Historicity development and manifestation of Gorkhaland Movement an anthropological approach/Kakali Chakrabarty and S.K. Behera. 11. The Lodha and the Mahali of Border Bengal Perspectives in their ecology and economy/Nishi Bera. 12. Tribal development in Jharkhand the past experience/Vinita Singh and Kali Nath Jha. 13. Padhan and the survival of Buxa traditional political leadership/Geetika Ranjan. 14. The revivalistic movement of Jharkhandi Kudmi a struggle for identity/Sudhanshu Shekhar Mahato. 15. Socio economic development among the Varlis in Maharashtra/Anjali Kurane. 16. A distant hope tribal self rule governance in the Scheduled Areas of Jharkhand/Prabhat K. Singh. 17. Changing dimensions of ethnic boundary and constraints of Jural Norms/Lok Nath Soni. 18. The making of a Munda Shaman traditional wisdom vis a vis continuity of knowledge/Ashis Kumar Das. 19. Death rituals of the Ho a study in Kolhan area/Nabakumar Duary B.K. Mohanta and Partha Das. 20. Equality of women in their educational and working status a study of Kerala/G.K. Moli and G.K. Mini. 21. Sustainable tribal development/Suruchi Tewari. 22. A critique of Durkheim's concept of sacred and profane /Paras K. Choudhary. 23. Witchcraft a critical appraisal/Bhola Nath Ghosh. 24. Primitive folk and their dependence on plant and land recourses taxonomical portrayal of the Juango/Syamalkanti Sengupta and Kanika Sengupta. 25. Utilisation of reproductive and child health services by tribal population in Bastar District M.P./Kusum Chopra Neelam Makol and Indira Murali. 26. Some aspects of reproductive performance of the Uttar Pradesh Brahmins/Vibha Agnihotri. 27. Religious and socio cultural context of fertility and adoption of contraceptives in India/P. Murugan. 28. Life affecting variables and infant mortality a study among the Kol Tribe of Madhya Pradesh/Ajay Kr. Gharami. 29. Culture and Malaria control interventions a case study of Surat District in Gujarat/Pravin Kumar Jha. 30. Fertility among the Ladiya of Sagar District Madhya Pradesh a multivariate analysis/D.K. Adak and A.K. Gharami. 31. Medical anthropological study in a tribal village/Shyamal Kumar Nandy. 32. Ethnomedical beliefs and practices among the Savara/Aditya Ray and B.V. Sharma. 33. Some somatometric traits among the Assamese Sikhs/Jaswant Singh and Sarthak Sengupta. 34. Finger and Palmar Dermatoglyphics of the Deoris of the Dibrugarh District Assam/Ruby Saikia and Deepanjana D. Das. The book covers multiple socio cultural and biological dimensions of researches in Indian anthropology. Trained and professional anthropologists engaged in various universities as also in various anthropological organizations in the country have contributed articles for this illustrious volume. The various socio cultural dimensions that it covers are from Art of Body decoration to the anthropology of sacred centres from maternal education to the effect of women's status in family size from female infanticide and women in development to the Indian women in transition from tribal indebtedness and displacement and deprivation of tribesmen to the weekly tribal market from anthropology of religion to anthropology of health from medical anthropology to ethno medicines and from educational development to the nutritional problems of the tribesmen. In the. Seller Inventory # 57360

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