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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 ...
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Reviews the book "Caste, Religion and Power: An Indian Case Study," by Pratap C. Aggarwal.; Reviews the book "Caste, Religion and Power: An Indian Case Study," by Pratap C. Aggarwal.
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The comprehensive development of a local community requires coordination & integration among its diverse interest fields. Coordination & comprehensiveness of the community structure are observable in all 3 analytical units of the community field: actors, actions, & associations. In an ideal integrat...
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The traditional Bengali Hindu view of women's work roles confined in the boundaries of the household, characterized by dependence on, & obedience to, their husbands' authority, has little relevance to the social & economic life of the Dule Bagdi of West Bengal, India. Their subsistence econo...
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One of the basic arguments is that the comprehensive development of a local community requires coordination & integration among its diverse interest fields. Coordination & comprehensiveness of the community structure are observable at the levels of all 3 analytical units of the community fie...
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