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An attempt is made to develop a theoretical scheme relating caste structure to agricultural development in indian villages using the concept of caste dominance in interpreting the process of sanskritization in ru india. The basic argument is that it is the dominance of an agricultural caste which is...
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Rev. of NGOs in India: A Cross-Sectional Study, by R. Sooryamoorthy and K. D. Gangarde
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The objective was to examine the applicability of the value theory approach in delineating prestige classes in 6 Indian villages & to compare the stratification structures thus obtained in terms of their substantive value & social meaningfulness. A major hypothesis was that stratification st...
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In the past, study of the ecological aspect of the community has ranged from a somewhat superficial treatment of the spatial patterning of a locality to a depth analysis of its ecological structuring & related processes. The present study takes an intermediate position. Study of the ecological a...
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Barrett's Paradise is an anthropological study of social change in a rural community of southern Ontario. It revolves around three themes -- stratification, migration, and race and ethnic relations -- between the 'era of the 1950s' and the 'decade of the 1980s.' In the 1950s, Paradise was a traditio...
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This paper evaluates the relative predictability of three indices of agrarian classes used in the study of social relations in Indian villages, and examines the extent to which class and caste continue to be closely related in light of the data collected from three villages in West Bengal. The three...
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Analysis of household survey data collected from three villages of West Bengal, India, shows that caste status continues to be significantly related to structure. However, class status - whether based on occupation or landownership - has a stronger & statistically more significant relationship w...
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Examines whether nuclear family households are gaining ground in India at the expense of joint family households, based on a questionnaire survey of all 544 households of 3 villages in the Arambagh region of the Hooghly District of West Bengal. The findings suggest that: (1) although the joint famil...
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The objective is to develop a theoretical scheme in relating caste structure to agricultural development in Indian villages by using the concept of caste dominance originally proposed & used by Srinivas in interpreting the process of Sanskritization in Ru India. The basic argument is that it is ...