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Social Structure and Change Among the Tribals: A Study among the Uralies of Idukki District of Kerala

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Social Structure and Change Among the Tribals: A Study among the Uralies of Idukki District of Kerala

by Jacob John Kattakayam

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B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2001. First edition. Hardcover. New. 15x23 cm. The Uralies of the Idukki district of Kerala are one of the most backward tribes of Kerala inhabiting in one of the most inaccessible forest regions of the high ranges of the Western Ghats and maintaining the purity of their culture. Unlike many other tribes of the state, who are scattered over large areas, the Uralies are concentrated in a small area in ldukki district and this enables them to maintain contact with their kinsmen and clansmen and thereby help them to preserve their unity and identity. In this book Social Structure and Change among the Tribals the author aims at analysing the social structure of the Uralies tribal community with a view to identifying the social processes that have contributed to their modernization. He has made an attempt to delineate their history, progress, present conditions of life and the impact of various welfare measures on them. This book will be found useful not only by the students of sociology and anthropology but also by the planners of social welfare programmes. Contents:- Preface 1. Introduction 2. Tribal Situation in India 3. An Appraisal 4. Method of Study 5. Research Setting 6. Family and Marriage 7. Economic Organization of the Uralies 8. Leadership and Politics 9. The Urali Religion 10. Continuity and Change in the Urali Culture Printed Pages: 200.

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Title
Social Structure and Change Among the Tribals: A Study among the Uralies of Idukki District of Kerala
Author
Jacob John Kattakayam
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Hardcover
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ISBN 10
8176462020
ISBN 13
9788176462020
Publisher
B.R. Publishing Corporation
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Date published
2001
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Social Structure and Change Among the Tribals: A Study among the Uralies of Idukki District of KeralaJacob John Kattakayam9788176462020
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15x23 cm

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