ISBN 9788132113911,State of India's Livelihoods Report 2013

State of India's Livelihoods Report 2013

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Ishwar Modi

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ISBN 9788132113911
Publisher

SAGE Publications Ltd

Publication Year 2013
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788132113911

ISBN-10 8132113918
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Paperback

Number of Pages 364 Pages
Language (English)
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It is through the contributions of the pioneering scholars that not only a particular discipline derives its name but also the foundations on which a particular discipline is built and grows. G.S. Ghurye (1893-1983), Radhakamal Mukerjee (1889-1968), D.P. Mukerji (1894-1961) and M.N. Srinivas (1916-1999) are known as the pioneers of sociology in India. It is mainly on them and on their contributions that the contemporary sociologists in India have extensively published in the issues of the Sociological Bulletin. Volume 10, Pioneers of Sociology in India, contains a selection of papers that have been published since 1977 on these founding fathers of Sociology in India. Table of Contents: Series Note Foreword Yogendra Singh Introduction Ishwar Modi Historical Evolutionary Approach in the Sociology of G.S. Ghurye Swapan Kumar Pramanick G.S. Ghurye on Culture and Nation-Building C. N. Venugopal The Hindu Nationalist Sociology of G.S. Ghurye Carol Upadhya Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the Nation: Situating G.S. Ghurye T.K. Oommen Radha Kamal Mukerjee - A Note Ramkrishna Mukherjee Radhakamal Mukerjee and His Contemporaries: Founding Fathers of Sociology in India T.N. Madan Radhakamal Mukerjee and the Quest for an Indian Sociology Manish K. Thakur Lucknow School of Economics and Sociology and its Relevance today, some reflections P.C. Joshi Dialectic of Tradition and Modernity in the Sociology of D.P. Mukerji T.N. Madan D.P. Mukerji 1894-1961: A Centenary Tribute T.N. Madan D.P. Mukerji and the Middle Class in India Dalia Chakrabarti On Srinivas's 'Sociology' Sujata Patel M.N. Srinivas, Max Weber and Functionalism A.M. Shah Disjunctions between Field, Method and Concept: An Appraisal of M.N. Srinivas T.K. Oommen On M.N. Srinivas and Indian Sociology: The Challenge of Understanding Indian Society: Critique, Generosity and Transformations Ananta Kumar Giri Index Appendix of Sources
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