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Democracy Development And Tribes In India Reality & Rhetoric Vols.2

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ISBN: 9788121212991    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2015     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 353        Language: English
mdas Rupavath is Associate Professor, in the Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telengana State, India. His areas of specialization include...Read more
mdas Rupavath is Associate Professor, in the Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telengana State, India. His areas of specialization include Indian Political Process, Tribal Politics, Land Alienation and Displacement, Democracy, Ethnic and Identity politics and Comparative Politics in Indigenous Societies. He did his M.A., M.Phil, and Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He visited Uppsala University, Sweden as a guest faculty. He has published a book on "Tribal Land Alienation and Political Movements, Socio Economic Patterns from South India, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, United Kingdom (UK) and published many articles in national and international referred Journals. Besides this, he has conducted various national survey and projects which are funded by UGC and ICSSR. He was born in a small hamlet of South Indian Telangana State in 1970s and grew up in the 1980s as part of the first generation born in post-colonial Telangana. Hamlets in India have not changed radically during 68 years of independence.Contents:- CONTENTS:- Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction and Overview List of Contributors 1. Tribal Education of Karnataka: Attainments and Challenges KM. Metry 2. Salvation Army Boon or Bane? A Critique of Yerukula Reformation in Andhra Pradesh Malli Gandhi 3. Socio-economic Conditions of Tribals and Resulting Social Alienation Ramdas Rupavath 4. Gender Inequality and Development: A Study on the Toda of Nilgiri Hills in Anthropological Perspective Jakka Parthasarathy 5. Tribal Development and Insurgency Movement in Tripura Harsha S and Antibum Ranglong 6. Voice of Tribals through RTI Act, in Contemporary Democracy: A Case Study of Odisha Akshaya Kumar Nayak 7. Determinants of Students Dropout in Indian Higher Education Bharat Chandra Rout 8. Education Status of Scheduled Tribes in Andhra Pradesh: A Case Study of Lambada Tribe Bikku 9. Development and Displacement-A Question of Human Right: A Case Study of POSCO Project in Odisha Chitta Ranjan Mishra 10. Development Induced Displacement of Tribals in Odisha: Issues and Concerns Dasarathi Bhuiyan 11 13 15 21 23 31 42 52 60 67 70 91 103 109 7 8 Democracy, Governance and Tribes in the Age of Globalised India 11. Ramoshi the Denotified Tribe in India: Understanding their Struggle and Politics of Exclusion Dattatary Bhandalkar 12. Social Exclusion and Marginal Communities: Some Reflection on Development Induced Displacement in India Niharranjan Mishra and Dinabandhu Sahoo 13. Status of Schedule Tribes in Andhra Pradesh: With Special Reference to Educational, Economical, Socio and Political Contexts- A Brief Review C. Rama Mohan Reddy and T. Sasikanth Reddy 14. Policies against Tribals: A Study of Displacement through Development Projects Johani Xaxa 15. Tribal Land Alienation Palla Trinadha Rao 16. Governance in Tribal Areas in Contemporary Time: Tribal Peoples' Voice and Livelihood from Chhattisgarh Pradip Kumar Parida 17. Environmental Approach to Tribal Development Satchidananda Misra 18. Adivasis from Public Policy Perspective in India Satyam Sunkari 19. Awareness of Human Rights among Tribal and Non-tribal Higher Secondary Students - A Comparative Study KV Sridevi and Asha BN 20. Working of Civil Society Organisations for Development of Tribals: A Study BK Mahakul 21. Empowerment of Tribal's in Assam: Role of Autonomous District Councils Girija Brahma 22. Politics of SCs and STs Conflict in Kandhamal: Failure of Indian Secularism Himanshu Sekhar Mishra 23. Role of NYKS on Tribal Youth Development: A Case Study of Koraput District, Odisha Janmejay Sahu and Ashok Behera 24. Political Economy of Tribal Development in Madhya Pradesh: The Case of Korku Tribe Janmejaya Mishra 25. Land Alienation of Tribals in Andhra Pradesh Justin Jos 122 132 144 150 157 171 178 190 211 218 232 237 247 257 266 Contents 9 26. Contesting Inclusive Development: Exclusion and Marginality among Scheduled Tribes in North Coastal Andhra Pradesh KR Rama Mohan 27. Trends in the Cropping Pattern and Its Impact on the Tribal Households in the Scheduled Areas: A Case Study of Three Scheduled Area Villages from West Godavari District of AP B Nageswara Rao 28. Rural Employment Act and Tribal Women in North East Kapil Sikka and Vijender Singh Beniwal 29. Livelihood Security through Land Distribution: An Empirical Study on Chenchus of Andhra Pradesh L Reddeppa Index 282 289 313 323 339About The Book:- This Book Is Putting Together Various Issues From Different States In India. The Tribal Communities In India Represent Different Levels Of The Deprivation In A Larger, Regional, And Globalized World. This Book Aims To Place The Concept Of Democracy, Development In The Tribal Context. This Volume Basically Focuses To Understand Contemporary Tribal Societies Which Require A Basic Appreciation Of The Historical Processes Which Have Been Determined The Course Of Successive Changes In Economic, Social Cultural, Ideological And Political Life Of The Tribes. Indian State And Governments Are Talked About As Models Of Federalism In A Large And Multinational Society, Ensuring Rights Of Ethnic And Religious Groups In A Truly Pluralistic Society, And Striving For Social Justice In A Society Marked By Social Hierarchies For A Long Time. However The Democratic Experiment Has Not Been Without Significant Challenges, Namely That Of Ensuring Inclusive Development. Economic Equality, Social Justice, Cultural Pluralism, Human Rights, Dignity And Security Are All Important Aspects Of Development Which Have Been Consolidated And Expanded Through The Existing Structure Of Participatory Democracy. But This Has Not Always Been An Easy Task. Indian Democracy Has Been Intensively Analysesd, Debated And Criticized For A Long Time. However, Democracy Is Not Only Just An Elections And Government Formation Process; It Is More About Values, Habits Of Thoughts And Practices, Democracy Need Not Electoral But Replacement With Social Justice. Through Democratic Method Existing Unequal Social, Economic And Political Justice Situation Can Be Removed. The Tribal's Are Most Affected People In Such Democratic Set Up With Developmental Approach. The New Tribal Politics Will Be Based On Two Things The Resource Politics Of The Adivasis And Survival Politics Of The Informal Sector. This Book Will Be Of Interest To Students And Scholars Of Democracy And Development Studies, Political Science, Anthropology, And Sociology, Political Economy, Tribal Studies, Rural Development, And Gender Studies. It Is Widely Applicable To All Sections Of The Marginalized Whether Socially, Economically, Culturally, Academically, Politically And Administrators And Policy Makers., About The Author:- Ramdas Rupavath Is Associate Professor, In The Department Of Political Science, School Of Social Sciences, University Of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telengana State, India. His Areas Of Specialization Include Indian Political Process, Tribal Politics, Land Alienation And Displacement, Democracy, Ethnic And Identity Politics And Comparative Politics In Indigenous Societies. He Did His M.A., M.Phil, And Ph.D. From Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He Visited Uppsala University, Sweden As A Guest Faculty. He Has Published A Book On "Tribal Land Alienation And Political Movements, Socio Economic Patterns From South India, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, United Kingdom (Uk) And Published Many Articles In National And International Referred Journals. Besides This, He Has Conducted Various National Survey And Projects Which Are Funded By Ugc And Icssr. He Was Born In A Small Hamlet Of South Indian Telangana State In 1970S And Grew Up In The 1980S As Part Of The First Generation Born In Post-Colonial Telangana. Hamlets In India Have Not Changed Radically During 68 Years Of Independence., Content:- Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction And Overview List Of Contributors 1. Tribal Education Of Karnataka: Attainments And Challenges Km. Metry 2. Salvation Army Boon Or Bane? A Critique Of Yerukula Reformation In Andhra Pradesh Malli Gandhi 3. Socio-Economic Conditions Of Tribals And Resulting Social Alienation Ramdas Rupavath 4. Gender Inequality And Development: A Study On The Toda Of Nilgiri Hills In Anthropological Perspective Jakka Parthasarathy 5. Tribal Development And Insurgency Movement In Tripura Harsha S And Antibum Ranglong 6. Voice Of Tribals Through Rti Act, In Contemporary Democracy: A Case Study Of Odisha Akshaya Kumar Nayak 7. Determinants Of Students Dropout In Indian Higher Education Bharat Chandra Rout 8. Education Status Of Scheduled Tribes In Andhra Pradesh: A Case Study Of Lambada Tribe Bikku 9. Development And Displacement-A Question Of Human Right: A Case Study Of Posco Project In Odisha Chitta Ranjan Mishra 10. Development Induced Displacement Of Tribals In Odisha: Issues And Concerns Dasarathi Bhuiyan 11 13 15 21 23 31 42 52 60 67 70 91 103 109 7 8 Democracy, Governance And Tribes In The Age Of Globalised India 11. Ramoshi The Denotified Tribe In India: Understanding Their Struggle And Politics Of Exclusion Dattatary Bhandalkar 12. Social Exclusion And Marginal Communities: Some Reflection On Development Induced Displacement In India Niharranjan Mishra And Dinabandhu Sahoo 13. Status Of Schedule Tribes In Andhra Pradesh: With Special Reference To Educational, Economical, Socio And Political Contexts- A Brief Review C. Rama Mohan Reddy And T. Sasikanth Reddy 14. Policies Against Tribals: A Study Of Displacement Through Development Projects Johani Xaxa 15. Tribal Land Alienation Palla Trinadha Rao 16. Governance In Tribal Areas In Contemporary Time: Tribal Peoples' Voice And Livelihood From Chhattisgarh Pradip Kumar Parida 17. Environmental Approach To Tribal Development Satchidananda Misra 18. Adivasis From Public Policy Perspective In India Satyam Sunkari 19. Awareness Of Human Rights Among Tribal And Non-Tribal Higher Secondary Students - A Comparative Study Kv Sridevi And Asha Bn 20. Working Of Civil Society Organisations For Development Of Tribals: A Study Bk Mahakul 21. Empowerment Of Tribal'S In Assam: Role Of Autonomous District Councils Girija Brahma 22. Politics Of Scs And Sts Conflict In Kandhamal: Failure Of Indian Secularism Himanshu Sekhar Mishra 23. Role Of Nyks On Tribal Youth Development: A Case Study Of Koraput District, Odisha Janmejay Sahu And Ashok Behera 24. Political Economy Of Tribal Development In Madhya Pradesh: The Case Of Korku Tribe Janmejaya Mishra 25. Land Alienation Of Tribals In Andhra Pradesh Justin Jos 122 132 144 150 157 171 178 190 211 218 232 237 247 257 266 Contents 9 26. Contesting Inclusive Development: Exclusion And Marginality Among Scheduled Tribes In North Coastal Andhra Pradesh Kr Rama Mohan 27. Trends In The Cropping Pattern And Its Impact On The Tribal Households In The Scheduled Areas: A Case Study Of Three Scheduled Area Villages From West Godavari District Of Ap B Nageswara Rao 28. Rural Employment Act And Tribal Women In North East Kapil Sikka And Vijender Singh Beniwal 29. Livelihood Security Through Land Distribution: An Empirical Study On Chenchus Of Andhra Pradesh L Reddeppa Index 282 289 313 323 339
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