Rural Sociology in India

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Popular Prakashan, 1994 - 968 pages
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Contents

Study of Rural Sociology in India
1
RuralUrban Differences
10
Regional Approach to Rural Society
17
Economic Life of the Rural People
23
S Rural Family
31
Caste System in Rural India
38
Political Life of the Rural People
45
Rural Religion
54
Rural Stratification
269
Rural Class Structure in West Bengal
281
Rural Class Structure in Gujarat
287
Two Powerful Classes in Agrarian Areas
333
Rural India Glimpses
343
The Changing Status of a Depressed Caste
354
Bernard S Cohn
372
Communication of Modern Ideas and Knowledge
378

Rural Education
65
Aesthetic Culture of the Rural People
77
Changing Rural World
87
Conclusion
96
Introductory
103
Sociological Problems of Economic Development
117
Introduction
125
Diversity and Unity in the subcontinent
131
Some Suggestions
137
Historical
144
Indian Feudalism its Characteristics
150
Indian Village Community
167
The Social Organism
177
Victory of Village
184
Social Structure and Change in Indian Peasant Communities
201
Forms of Villages
209
Tribes in Transition
219
A Tribal People in an Industrial Setting
232
Tribal Cultures of Peninsular India as a Dimension
242
Appraisal
253
Agrarian Unrest
389
Land Reforms
419
On Land Reforms
441
Land Reforms
476
Cooperation Rural Industries and Village Institutions
481
Village CooperativesAn Analysis of their Failure
489
ii Rural Industries
518
Inappropriate Village Institutions
527
Panchayati
533
Structure of Panchayats
553
Social Structure and Village Panchayats
570
The Impact of the Panchayati Raj on Rural India
580
Community Development ProjectsAn Evaluation
607
Community DevelopmentA Critical Review
622
Bhoodan Yagna
629
Sampattidan and Bhoodan Movement
636
The Gramdan Movement
642
Myth and Reality in Indias Communitarian Villages
653
Rural Society in Transition
689
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