|Title:||Adivasi - v12_1-4|
|University:||Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI), Bhubaneswar, 751003|
|Abstract:||1. Tribal Economy 2. Role of Social Anthropologists Working in Tribal Research Institutes. 3. Mutha; The Traditional Political Organization of the Kondh (with Specific Reference to Pusangia Mutha in the Phulbani district of Orissa). 4. The Kondhs of Nayagarh 5. Economic Organization in an Ollar-Gadaba Village of Koraput. 6. Psychological Correlates and The Adoption of Farming Practices in Rajbanshi Community. 7. Some Magico-Religious Beliefs About Plants Among Adivasis of Orissa. 8. A Tribal Market in Parlakhemendi Agency Education of ScheduledTribes and Nomads A Study of Rana Foot 9. A Note on " Sitra", A Nomadic Artisan Caste 10. Caste Structure, Occupational Mobility and Social Change 11. A Study of Foot of Sasana Brahmin of Orissa 12. Causes of Wastage and Stagnation in Tribal Education (Secondary) in Orissa 13. Meriah and Ram-Tribal Beliefs in Agriculture 14. Couple-Children Ratio in the Family types of the Oraons of Sundarban 15. Consanguinity in India 16. Trends in the Religion of a Tribe 17. Palwan Social Organisation 18. Adibasi, Handia Beverage 19. Primary Education in Tribal Languages|
|Tribal Research Institutes:||SC/ST Research & Training Institute, Odisha|
|Appears in Collections:||Tribal Affairs|
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