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Record ID: SCST/2004/0307
Document Type: Journal
Title: Adivasi - v44_No.1-2
Editor/Author: Alka Panda
NK Behura
KK Mohanti
VS Upadhyaya
PK Das
GN Mohanty
Keywords: Adivasi
Dongria Kondh
Child rearing
Sector: Socio-economic studies
University: Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI), Bhubaneswar, 751003
Completed Date: Dec-2004
Abstract: In this volume of ADIVASI Journal, as many as six articles relating to various aspects of Society, Culture and Development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have been published. The first article, "Culture and Development: The Tribal Scenario" gives emphasis on culture-specific tribal development with some useful suggestions for improvement in tribal development planning and execution strategies. The second article, "Custom Vis-a-Vis Law: Some Reflections on Marriage Customs and Rules Among Caste and Tribal Communities" vividly defines law and.custom, besides highlighting perceptible similarities and differences with regard to marriage customs and rules between the tribal and caste societies. The third article, "Living with Snakes: The Life Style of the Snake Charmers (Sapua Kela)" elaborately deals with the way of life of the Sapua Kela community vis-a-vis the Wild Life Protection Act. The fourth article, "The Juang Youth Dormitory: An Anthropological Outline", attempts to describe the origin, structure, membership rules and functions of the dormitory organization including the changes noticed under the impact of modernization. The fifth article, "Child Rearing Practices and Socialization Process among the Dongria Kondh" deals with customs and practices associated with pre and post-natal practices, infancy, childhood and adolescence stages of children in Dongria Kondh society. The sixth article, "A Comparative Study of Indebtedness among the Dongria Kondh and the Juang", highlights the pattern of indebtedness among two PTGs i.e. the Dongria Kondh and the Juang with a comparative assessment.
Pagination: 113
Tribal Research Institutes: SC/ST Research & Training Institute, Odisha
Record ID: SCST/2004/0307
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