TRIBAL ECONOMY AT CROSSROADS
Edited by S.N. Chaudhary
This book deals with nature and dynamics of tribal economy in India. It also discusses functional and dysfunctional implications of the changing patterns of tribal economy on physical and social quality of life of the tribal masses. Tribal economy, in relation to institutional intervention, civil society initiatives and other macro-micro factors, has been examined in a thorough manner. Some of the articles have also underlined priority areas of teaching and research on tribal issues. Besides, it also suggests blueprint for comprehensive and sustainable development of tribal economy in an era of globalization when interactions between tribal economy and outside forces have massively increased.
Besides the students of Sociology, Social Anthropology and Social Work, the book will be quite useful for planners, policy makers, NGOs, PRIs and all the chaange agents who are directly or indirectly associated with the question of tribal development.