Applied Social Psychology in India
SAGE Publications, Aug 1, 1990 - Psychology - 320 pages
"The volume fills an important gap that exists in social-psychological research in India. The contributors present different perspectives. However, the unitary theme of social relevance and interdisciplinary perspective is highlighted. The contributors have provided some suggestions, but they have also indicated the anomalies in our social system. This adds to the merit of the book from a broader perspective. --Indian Psychological Abstracts and Reviews Providing a lively introduction to the field, Applied Social Psychology in India, represents the shift from laboratory-oriented research to problem-oriented naturalistic research. It provides a comprehensive analysis of research on deprivation, poverty, competence, population, political behavior, achievement motivation, social tension, and multilingualism.
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Foreword by S C Dube
Applied Social Psychology
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absolute poverty achievement motivation adolescent Agra Allahabad University analysis applied social psychology areas attribution Attribution theory authoritarian Bangladesh behavior Bhojpuri Bhopal Bhubaneshwar Bihar bilingualism Bombay Chandra Shekhar Charan Singh child code-switching cognitive cognitive development cognitive style competence concept context cross-cultural cross-cultural psychology crowding cultural Delhi deprived groups developing countries developmental Diglossia disadvantaged ecological economic Educational Psychology effects endogenous development environment ethnic ethnocentrism ethnocide ethnolinguistic factors failure family planning Five Year Plan fundamental attribution error girls goals Government of India growth Hindi Hindu However identity Indian Indira Gandhi individual ingroup interaction intergroup J. B. P. Sinha Jain Jan Sangh Jaya Prakash Narayan Journal of Social Kakar Kanpur Konds Kui language language contact language shift linguistic locus of control low deprived Lucknow marginal mass media mediating variables ment Misra MLAs Morarji Desai mother tongue multilingual Muslims n-Ach Nanaji Deshmukh orientation Oriya outgroup panchayats Pandey Patna pattern per cent performance person perspective Phulbani district planning political Political Efficacy political psychology population density poverty poverty in India poverty line problems prolonged deprivation psycho Psychological Corporation psychology in India R. C. Tripathi Raj Narain Rajasthan Rekha relationship relevant role rural scheduled castes self-esteem Singh situation slum social class social identity social mobility social sciences social stratification social tensions society socio-cultural socio-economic socio-linguistic sociology status strategy structure success theory Third World tion trickle down effects Tripathi UNESCO University of Qatar urban Ushasri Varanasi variables