• Change and Development in Phom Naga Society

Change and Development in Phom Naga Society

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Overview

  • Author :A. Rahman
  • Year of Publication :2015
  • ISBN: :9789351250968
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XII, 196
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Developmental Studies, Economics, North East Indian Studies, Sociology, Tribal

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About the Book :

‘Change and Development in Phom Naga Society’ is a comprehensive book which describes the various socio-political aspects of the Phom Naga Tribe of Nagaland. The book throws light on the topographical and demographic character of Longleng district, the home of the Phoms, along with their traditional beliefs, customs and institutions, and also their stages of migration to the present domicile. The study highlights the emergence of the Phom identity and their relations with the neighbours. Elaborate discussions are made, especially on the social change, economic transformation from traditional to a modern economy, administrative and political development of the people with references to their role in the political process of the state since independence. Assessing the pace of development that has been witnessed in the Phom inhabited areas over the bygone decades, the author tries to trace the internal and external challenges which the society has been facing. The book will definitely be useful to researchers, planners, policy makers and social workers.


About Author :

A. Rahman (b. 1970) took his M.A. degree from Gauhati University in 1995 and later obtained his Ph.D. degree from Dibrugarh University in 2008. He has been teaching in the Department of History at Yingli (Govt.) College, Longleng since 1996. Before joining Yingli College, he was working as a lecturer at Swami Yogananda Girl College, Saktiashram, Kokrajhar. He is a life member of the North East India History Association and has published a few research papers. He also organised and conducted two regional seminars under the sponsorship of the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR).