ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations: Indian Sociology Box Set Volumes 1-3 by Yogendra SinghICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations: Indian Sociology Box Set Volumes 1-3 by Yogendra Singh

ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations: Indian Sociology Box Set Volumes 1-3

EditorYogendra Singh

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Vol I: This is the first of a three-volume survey of research and developments in the field of sociology and its practice in India in the last decade, undertaken by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). The essays included in this volume scrutinize a gamut of contemporary and critical themes and concepts in Indian sociology. They contextualize sociological knowledge-building and theorization of both, the key structural elements of Indian society, such as, caste, class, community, and the processualchanges of the rural-urban divide. This survey marks the emergence of new conceptual tools, and outlines and reviews the growth of literature capturing India's social, economic, and cultural transition in the last decade. Vol II: This volume brings together in-depth explorations in the key areas of sociological and social anthropological research in India from 2000 to 2010. The researches in this volume discuss sociology of development, of education, and law. The contributions use new conceptual and theoreticalparadigms, leading to a comprehensive analysis of the themes they have undertaken for the review.This volume includes a paper that discusses the themes of sociology and economics - the interrelationship of economy and society as an important approach of developmental analysis. Another paper talks about the sociological research on school education in India, emphasizing the need for asociological study of education to understand the complexity of this sphere of society and social reality in India. Other contributions discuss industrial sociology, sociology and law, and an assessment of the development of the sociology of health and medicine in India. The sociological ideas ofjustice and equality, distributive justice, diversity, and inclusive growth are also analysed. Vol III: The third volume includes researches focusing primarily on the nature of marginalization and demand for empowerment by the Dalits, tribes, religious minorities, women, and the displaced communities. One of the contributions offers a historical review of ideologies and commitments to policies on social justice and equality since Independence. Another paper presents a conceptual analysis of the place of the Dalits in the Hindu social order, making a distinction between the "book view" and "fieldview" of the social realities on this issue. Another paper offers a comprehensive survey of researches on tribal studies, dealing with family systems and institutions of marriage and kinship. There is a discussion on communication research in India-the predominant role of the state on mediapolicies, its developmental objectives after independence, and the contemporary transitions. This volume also covers researches on religion and cultural pluralism, concepts of gender and its interface with social structure from a feminist point of view, and globalization and culture.
Yogendra Singh is Emeritus Professor of Sociology in the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, School of Social Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
Title:ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations: Indian Sociology Box Set Volumes 1-3Format:PaperbackDimensions:1296 pages, 8.75 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:November 30, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198098545

ISBN - 13:9780198098546


Table of Contents

Vol I:List of TablesAcknowledgementsList of AbbreviationsYogendra Singh: Introduction1. Hetukar Jha: Historical Sociology in India2. Maitrayee Chaudhuri and Jesna Jayachandran: Theory and Methods in Indian Sociology3. V. Sujatha and Anubhav Sengupta: Knowledge, Science, and Society4. K.L. Sharma: Caste: Continuity and Change5. Surinder S. Jodhka and Tanvi Sirari: Rural and Agrarian Studies in India: A Survey of Contemporary Trends6. Archana Singh: Middle Class in India7. Anand Kumar: People, Power, and Paradigm Shift: New Trajectory of Politics and Governance8. Ranvinder Singh Sandhu: Urban StudiesIndexAbout the Editor and ContributorsVol II:AcknowledgementsList of AbbreviationsYogendra Singh: Introduction1. Sheobahal Singh: Sociology of Development: Explorations and Trends2. Geetha B. Nambissan: Research in Sociology of School Education in India, 2000-103. Sharit K. Bhowmik: Review of Research in Industrial Sociology, 2003-104. J.S. Gandhi and Sheetal Sharma: Sociology of Law: Some Reflections5. Madhu Nagla: Sociology of Health and Medicine6. Pradip Kumar Bose: Sociology of Migration, Displacement, and Refugeehood7. M.N. Panini: The Pursuit of Equality in IndiaIndexAbout the Editor and ContributorsVol III:AcknowledgementsList of AbbreviationsYogendra Singh: Introduction1. Vivek Kumar: Dalit Studies: Continuities and Change2. Virginius Xaxa: Sociology of Tribes3. Raj Mohini Sethi: Sociology of Gender: Some Reflections4. Biswajit Das: Communication Research in India5. Kameshwar Choudhary: Globalization and Culture6. Rowena Robinson and Surya Prakash Upadhyay: Religion and Cultural PluralismIndexAbout the Editor and Contributors