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Social Transformation of Naxal Affected Areas: (A Sociological Study)
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Author Rakesh Rai
Year 2018
Binding Hardback
Pages 244
ISBN10, ISBN13 8121213568, 9788121213561
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The Title 'Social Transformation of Naxal Affected Areas: (A Sociological Study) written/authored/edited by Rakesh Rai', published in the year 2018. The ISBN 9788121213561 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 244 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Sociology.
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ABOUT THE BOOK

Gandhi ji was the architect of social transformation in India. His dreams were to give autonomy (Decentralization) to our villages. He advocated his noble theory of “Hind Swaraj’. He suggested that India must do away with basic necessities of life. It is also said that when the first draft of India’s constitution was referred to him, he tore it off that it did not contain anything about Gram Swaraj and social Transformation in Indian Social Structure.

After Independence Indian Government took Initiative to transformed the Indian Society launched various policies and plans for the welfare of weaker and marginalized section of society such as CDP, PRI”s ,Green revolution, Zamindari Abolition act, etc. but its benefit not reached to rural population at grass root level and it created atmosphere against the state. Many state governments brutally suppressed the anti state movement. People realized only radical communist model can solve their problem, to curb the naxalite and communistmovement government launched both strategic and development model to solve the naxal menace in tribal and rural region of country.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Rakesh Rai B. A (Hons) Sociology, M.A. (Sociology), U.G.C. NET/JRF, PhD in Sociology. He is currently Faculty in Amity Law School, Delhi. (Affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh, Indraprastha University, New Delhi, 110078.) Earlier he taught in V.K.M and A.M.P.G College, B.H.U, Varanasi as Guestfaculty. His Area of Specialization: Social Movement, Sociology of Law and Industrial Sociology.

CONTENTS

List of Tables ............................................................................................. 9

Acknowledgements .................................................................................. 13

Preface .................................................................................................... 15

1. Introduction ............................................................................. 17
• Concept of Social Transformation • Theories of Social Transformation • Marxist Theory of Social Change • Capitalist Theory of Social Transformation • Socialist Theory of Social Transformation • Planned Economy: Model of Socialism • Neo-liberal Theory • Neo-liberation in India: Changes and development in rural society • Neo liberal Change and Development in Indian Industrial Sector • Naxalbari Movement • The Naxalite Movement (1967-71) • Agrarian Social Structure in the Pre-naxalite Movement in West Bengal • Genesis of Naxalite Movement and its First Phase • The Decline • The Revival: Second Phase • Present Position: Third Phase • The Disturbing Features of the Movement are • Situation in States • Naxal Strategy and Methods of Action • Recently New Methods Adopted by Naxallite • Relationship between Social transformation and Poverty in Naxal Affected Areas • Measures of State Intervention and Rural Transformation • Rural Development Measures • Approaches to Rural Development • Multipurpose Approaches • Democratic Decentralisation Approach • Trickle Down Approach • People’s Participation Approach • Target Group Approach • Area Development Approach • Microlevel Planning • Integrated Rural Development Approach • An Appraisal of Rural Development Measures • Land Reform • Community Development Programme • Panchayati Raj • Special Programmes • Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP) • Training of Rural Youth for Self-Employment (TRYSEM) • Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) • Navodaya Vidyalaya Yojana • Rural Employment • Rural Unemployment and Poverty Alleviation Programme • Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Schemes (MGNREGS) • Mid Day Meal Scheme • National Rural Health Scheme • Backward District Initiative (B.D.I.): Rashtriya Sam Vikas Yojana (RSVY) • Major Initiatives Schemes in Social Sector at a Glance: Launced Especially in Rural Areas of Sonbhadra • Aam Admi Bima Yojana • Midday Meal Scheme • Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana • National Rural Health Mission • Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission • Backward Districts Initiative (BDI) • Rashtriya Sam Vikash Yojana (RSVY) • Scheduled Tribes (Recognition of Forest Rights) Bill, 2005 • Social Transformation Occurred in Sonbhadra District after the Emergence of Naxalite Movement especially in last two Decades • References.

2. Review of Literature ............................................................... 83
• Identifying Social Transformation in contemporary India • Some of the Studies based on Naxalite Movement in India • Anuradha M. Chenoy and Kamal A. Mitra Chenoy (2010) • (Down to Earth; 2008) • References.

3. Design of Research ................................................................111
• Statement of the Problem • Some of the Significant Measures of States Interventions Include • Objective of the Study • Hypothesis • Historical Background • Administrative Structure • Development Blocks • Universe of Study • Demographic Structure • Statistical Method Used in Study • Experience from Field work • Limitation of the Study.

4. Socio-economic and Demographic Profile of Respondents . 125
• Age and Gender Profile of Respondent • Caste and Ethnic Structure • Educational Qualification • Occupational Structure • Income Source Status • Religious Status • Marital Status • Summary • References.

5. Rise of Naxalism and Social Transformation in Naxal Affected Areas ...................................................................... 137
• Summary • References.

6. State Intervention Measures and Rural Development in Naxal Affected Areas of Sonbhadra District .................... 173
• Summary • References.

7. Conclusion and Suggestion .................................................. 219
• Whole Research Work Divided into Seven Chapter • Chapter two: Review of Literature • Chapter three: Design of Research • Chapter four: Socio-economic and Demographic Profile of Respondents • Chapter five: Rise of Naxalism and Social Transformation in Naxal Affected Areas: • Chapter Six: State Intervention Measures and Rural Development in Naxal Affected Areas • Conclusion • Suggestion.

Bibliography ......................................................................... 231

Index ..................................................................................... 239

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