Introducing Indian Society
Demographic Structure and Indian Society
Social Change and Development in India
The Story of Indian Democracy
Social Institutions - Continuity and Change
Market as a Social Institution
Change and Development in Rural Society
Pattern of Social Inquality and Exclusion
Change and Development in Industrial Society
The Challenges of Cultural Diversity
Globalisation and Social Change
Mass Media and Communication Process
Suggestions for Project Work
- Classifications of Tribal Societies
(i) Permanent Traits
(ii) Acquired Traits
- Tribe - The Career of a Concept
- Mainstream Attitudes Towards Tribes
(a) National development versus tribal development
- Tribal Identity Today
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Language coupled with ____________ and ____________ has provided the most powerful instrument for the formation of ethno-national identity in India.
A state like Tripura had the tribal share of its population halved within a single decade, reducing them to a minority. Which of the following explains the given statement?
What evidence would you offer against the view that ‘tribes are primitive communities living isolated lives untouched by civilisation’?
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