Punjab Society: Perspectives and Challenges

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Overview

  • Author :Manmohan Singh Gill
  • Year of Publication :2003
  • ISBN: :9788180690389
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XXII, 362
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: History


About the Book :

This reader focuses on the social, economic and cultural changes experienced by the people of Punjab in the wake of agrarian developments. The process of economic development and social change becomes more relevant in the regime of liberalisation and globalisation. The readings are organized in a way that emphasize changes across several major areas of study. Based on the data gathered from field work and secondary sources, this reader vividly describes the ground realities of an agrarian society like that of Punjab, which is rapidly transforming itself in terms of needs, aspirations and socio economic perceptions of the people. This publication would be of great help to the students, teachers, rural experts, policy makers, bureaucrats and anyone with an interest in Punjab Society.


About Author :

Manmohan S. Gill is Reader in the Department of Sociology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. He has also served in the capacity of Reader, Academic Staff College and Porgramme Coordinator, NSS, in the same university. He has worked as Social Scientist with Operation Research Group, a division of Sarabhai Chemicals Ltd., New Delhi in 1982. Dr. Gill has over 18 years of teaching and research experience. His area of specialization is Rural Sociology and Social Ecology. He has completed three research projects in the subject of untouchability and land relations. He has published numerous papers in the research journals, besides making presentations in various academic forums at national and international levels. He has authored a book Spatial Patterns: A Sociological Analysis. Dr. Gill is life member of Indian Sociological Society and North-West Indian Sociological Associations. He is also the Associate Editor of Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology.