Social Change and Social Research: An Indian Perspective

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  • Author :R.S. Mann
  • Year of Publication :1994
  • ISBN: :9788170222002
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 271
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Sociology

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About the Book :

Within the overall theoretical framework of social change, this book highlights how various social and cultural, including ideological and technological or material elements of rural Indians social structures and sub system have reacted to intended change paradigm and the inherent philosophy there of. The objective is not to highlight the changes which have taken place in rural India but the focus is on analysis of directed social change vis-a-vis Indian rural social structure and on the position of social scientists and their researches in the context of change. The author ventures to open up new fronts of social research in the context of social cultural matrix of rural India vis-a-vis ingredients of planned change. Outcome of such social researches may help provide fillip to the creation of planned change, and consequently development to which the Indian policy makers and planners are deeply committed for the last many years.

About Author :

R.S. Mann, Ph. D. (Delhi) has about twenty years of research experience working among various tribal as well as the non tribal communities of India. He has published extensively in the fields of ethnology, social and cultural change and anthropology, both theoretical and applied. In him one finds a rare combination of theoretician and empiricist as is reflected in his books entitled "Anthropological and Sociological Theory", "The Ladakhi: A Study in Ethnography and Change" and "Nature Man Spirit Complex in Tribal India" (Concept, 1981).
Besides his association with various professional organisations, Dr. Mann has been involved in various regional and national research projects. Currently, Dr. Mann in Joint Director in Anthropological Survey of India, Dehradun.