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Social exclusion and adverse inclusion : development and deprivation of adivasis in India /

Social exclusion and adverse inclusion :  development and deprivation of adivasis in India /
DK Number:DK-221308
ISBN: 0198078935
Title: Social exclusion and adverse inclusion : development and deprivation of adivasis in India /
Author: edited by Dev Nathan, Virginius Xaxa.
Edition: 1st ed.
Imprint: New Delhi : Institute for Human Development : Oxford University Press,
Physical Desc.: xxii, 335 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Year: 2012
Price: USD 31.85
Summary: Papers presented at the International Seminar on Adivasis/ST Communities in India : Development and Change, held at the Institute for Human Development in August 2009.
Subject Strings: Adivasis--India--Social conditions--Congresses.
  India--Scheduled tribes--Social conditions--Congresses.
  Adivasis--India--Economic conditions--Congresses.
  India--Scheduled tribes--Economic conditions--Congresses.
  Social isolation--India--Congresses.
  Adivasis--Government policy--India--Congresses.
  India--Scheduled tribes--Government policy--Congresses.
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The volume focuses on the deprivation of the Adivasis in India, situating the study in the broader regional, national and international contexts. It discusses a range of issues relating to gender, class, poverty, child mortality, linguistics and livelihood of the Adivasis supported by case studies from the different states of India which have large Adivasi populations. It stresses on their rights to access services as well as their rights to their productive resources, land and forests and their active involvement in political governance. Experts deal with the impact of climate change on the future of these indigenous people. They are also concerned with agricultural transformations in shifting cultivation in North-east India and their implications for land management, gender and institutions. They take up the challenges of rapid economic growth like displacement and reconstruction of livelihoods for the Adivasis incorporating community representatives’ perspectives on development processes.

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Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
Introduction and OverviewDev Nathan and Virginius Xaxa1
I.PROCESSES OF EXCLUSION AND ADVERSE INCLUSION
1.Marginalization of Tribals in IndiaM. Hamid Ansari19
2.Tribes and development: Retrospect and ProspectVirginius Xaxa23
3.Development, Environment, and Broom Grass: A Sociological PerspectiveA.K. Nongkynrih36
4.Displacement of Tribals in Jharkhand: A Violation of human RightsAlex Ekka52
5.The Eternal Colonial Legacy: Adivasis and Land Assertion in Andhra AgencyBhangya Bhukya63
II.INTERNAL EXCLUSION
6.Development and Women: The Discourse in NagalandRosemary Dzuvichu81
7.Class Formation Among the Tribals: A Case Study of the Mogs of tripuraMalabika Das Gupta94
III.EXCLUSION OUTCOMES
8.Dying to Get Attention: A Closer Look at Child Mortality among Adivasis in IndiaMaitreyi Bordia Das, Soumya Kapoor, and Denis Nikirin113
9.Through for Food: Starvation among Forest-dependent CommunitiesMeena Radhakrishna145
10.Poverty and Livelihoods in Forest-based Regions of Southern Orissa: Evidence and Policy ImperativesAmita Shah156
11.Declining Adivasi Knowledge Systems and Killing of Linguistic DiversityAnvita Abbi188
IV.CLIMATE CHANGE: AN EMERGING ISSUE OF EXCLUSION?
12.On Indigenous Peoples' FuturePhrang Roy203
13.Climate Change: Vulnerability and Women's Agency in Adivasi SocietyGovind Kelkar208
14.Agricultural Transformations in Shifting Cultivation Areas of North-east India: Implications for Land Management, Gender, and InstitutionsBrigitte Leduc and Dhrupad Choudhurya237
V.BEYOND EXCLUSION AND ADVERSE INCLUSION
15.Changes and Chances in a Long View: The Ho People of West Singhbhum and Challenges of Rapid Economic GrowthPaul Streumer261
16.Displacement and Reconstruction of LivelihoodsDev nathan272
17.Calorie Deficiency among Scheduled Tribes in the North-Eastern Region of IndiaVeronica Pala and Ibalari P. Khongjoh286
18.Community Representatives' Views on Development ProcessesDev Nathan and Virginius Xaxa310
19.Development of Adivasi Communities: Lessons from Projects in AsiaGanesh Thapa and Antonella Cordone321
Notes on Contributors334
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