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  • ISBN 0195628012
  • ISBN13 978-0195628012
  • Language English
  • Author Dipankar Gupta
  • Publisher OUP India (June 18, 1992)
  • Pages 513
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  • Subcategory Social Sciences
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Each volume in this series presents current research in a core area of study, including papers from sources which are not readily accessible to the general reader. Problems will be posed in general theoretical terms, but Indian ethnography will be used wherever possible to illustrate them. "Social Stratification", the first book in the series, concentrates on four themes: caste; caste profiles; class; and caste, class, and conflict. Problems addressed include variations to the ideal pattern of the traditional caste system and the tension between caste and class. The book is aimed at students and teachers of sociology and social anthropology, as well as interested laypersons.

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Social Stratification", the first book in the series, concentrates on four themes: caste; caste profiles; class; and caste, class, and conflict. ISBN13:9780195628012.

Forty Indian parents and their adolescents in Delhi, India, and Geneva, Switzerland, were interviewed using .

Forty Indian parents and their adolescents in Delhi, India, and Geneva, Switzerland, were interviewed using open-ended questions and scenarios. Adolescents also completed a contextual version of the Twenty. We conducted secondary analysis of all hospital admissions in pediatrics wards for 1½ years to understand outcomes in different age groups. Methods: Data from October 2014 to March 2016 were retrieved and analyzed, with a focus on the age.

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Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology. Social Stratification. A collection of readings on four themes: caste; caste profiles; class; and caste, class, and conflict. Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology.

Social Ecology is a collection of sixteen papers on social ecology in India, all but one. of which are excerpts from previously published sources. In a crisply written introduction

Social Ecology is a collection of sixteen papers on social ecology in India, all but one. In a crisply written introduction. of environmental degradation in India. Guha observes that while natural scientists as well.

Social Stratification in India: Stratification is an indispensable factor of any society There are various criteria for social stratification in India which are mainly found in the form of caste system and class system

Social Stratification in India: Stratification is an indispensable factor of any society. It is a process of differentiation which places some people in a rank which is higher than others. There are various criteria for social stratification in India which are mainly found in the form of caste system and class system. We have already studied about the caste system in the previous module. Let us consider some aspects of class system.

Oxford University Press, 1992 [pub.

Oxford University Press, 1992.

The Oxford in India Reading in Sociology and Social Anthropology comprises a set of volumes, each on an important theme or sun-theme within these disciplines. Along with authoritative introduction and sectional preface, each book brings together key essays that apprise readers of the current debates and development within the area concerned, with specific reference to India. Dipankar Gupta is Professor, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and author of Rivalry and Brotherhood: politics in the Life of Framers in North India (OUP, 1997) and The Context of Ethnicity: Sikh Identity in a Comparative Perspective.

The treatment of social stratification from the perspectives of theory, structure, and process and their variations in societal and cultural . Culture and Structural Units and the study of Social Stratification in India

The treatment of social stratification from the perspectives of theory, structure, and process and their variations in societal and cultural contexts. Structural units and the study of social stratification: Class, Status and Party as distinctive categories of power and position, Race, Age and Gender differences as units for social formation and social interaction and processes involving social stratification, Classes, Power and Conflict and different approaches to the study of Power. Culture and Structural Units and the study of Social Stratification in India