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Record ID: IIPA/2019/0098
Document Type: Research
Researcher: Nitheesh Kumar Kp
Guide: Dr. M. Hilaria Soundari
Keywords: Tribal
Post resettlement
Kunnur District
Economic Condition
Sector: Socio-economic studies
University: Gandhigram Rural Institut
Completed Date: Jul-2019
Abstract: The study titled Tribal Resettlement and Development Mission: A Study of Resettled Tribes at Aralam, Kerala is an investigation into the issue of tribal resettlement in Kerala based on Aralam Tribal Resettlement located in the district of Kannur. It delves into the post-resettlement tribal life at Aralam by analyzing the standard of life of the resettled tribes at Aralam based on various indicators related to their social, cultural, economic and political life. The study includes widely divergent representative segments of various tribal communities at Aralam such as the Paniya, Kurichiya, Karimbala, Mavilan and Adiya tribal groups. The study takes into consideration both the positive and negative impacts of the Resettlement at Aralam. It also looks at the way these communities perceive the very process of resettlement. The major areas of findings include - (a) inception of Aralam Tribal Resettlement (b) social life of the resettled tribes at Aralam (c) cultural life of the resettled tribes at Aralam (d) economic condition of the tribes at Aralam and (e) political participation (at the grass-root level) by the tribes at Aralam. Hence the study provides a holistic view of the post-resettlement life of the tribes at Aralam.
Pagination: 283
Tribal Research Institutes: National TRI
Record ID: IIPA/2019/0098
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