Geographical Patterns of Social Well-Being (With Special Reference to Gujarat)

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  • Author :K.M. Kulkarni
  • Year of Publication :1990
  • ISBN: :9788170222767
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 104
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Geography, Sociology

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About the Book :

The study aims at understanding the phenomena of social well-being in terms of socio-economic attributes over geographical space. Despite the limitations of indicators of well-being and the generalization at the taluka level, the study brings out the spatial variations in levels of social well-being in Gujarat especially so on the spatial framework of inter-taluka, inter district and inter-regional units. The spatial patterns of composite levels of social well being as revealed in the study may go a long way in guiding the district administrators, regional and State planners, voluntary social organizations and parliamentarians in achieving the desired spatial patterns of social well-being in Gujarat. The book will be useful to geographers sociologists, economists, regional and district planners and administrators.

About Author :

K.M. Kulkarni (b. 1949) is Reader in Geography, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. His main interests are urban and regional studies. He has Published more than 30 research papers in national and international journals and is the author of Urban Structure and Interaction (Concept, 1981), Geography of Crowding and Human Response (Concept, 1984) and Geographical Patterns of Social Well-being in Gujarat (Concept, 1989).