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Human Development: Anthropological Insights. Vol-I

ISBN : 9788193175149

Author(s) : Anup Kumar Kapoor, Monika Saini

Year : 2015

Edition : 1

Cover Type : Paperback

Size : 8.5 x 5.5/230 P

Weight : 270 gr.

Publisher : NPI

Subject : Anthropology

Language : English

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  1. Anup Kumar Kapoor, former Vice-chancellor, Jiwaji University, Gwalior (M.P.). His research interest covers Human Population Biology, Forensic Anthropology, and Cultural Biology with emphasis on tribal Himalayan and Health studies, Biological Gerontology, Neuroanthropology and Human Rights. As an anthropologist he has carried out extensive and intensive fieldwork among tribes, caste and ethnic groups in the various states and Union Territories.

Prof. Kapoor has received several awards like Ruchi Awards (1991), UGC Research Award (1999), Life Time Education Achievements Awards (2006), Vidya Ratan Award (2008), Man of The Year Award(2009), Dr. Panchanan Mitra Memorial Lectureship Awards of the Asiatic Society (2014) and he has also been the President of Section of Anthropological and Behavioural Science,102nd Indian Science Congress Association.

He has served and has been serving as a member of the Editorial Board of Indian Journals and Reviewer of different International journals. Prof. Kapoor has made scientific and educational visits to USA, UK, Germany, Austria, Canada, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, France, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, and Indonesia. Prof. Kapoor has published more than 230 research papers and articles in National and International Journals and authored/edited 16 books. At Present he is Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007. Email:anupkapoor46@rediffmail.com

  1. Ms. Monika Saini did her M.Sc. in Anthropology from University of Delhi, Delhi. Her research focus is on applied physical anthropology, document image analysis, biometrics and pattern recognition in the domain of Forensic Science and Forensic Anthropology. She has carried out extensive field work among different tribes and caste groups of India which includes Amarkantak (Madhya Pradesh), Nagpur (Maharashtra), Jaipur (Rajasthan), Daman and Diu, Bangalore and Dharwad (Karnataka).

She has also been the recipient of Young Scientist Award in the Anthropological and Behavioural Sciences section of Indian Science Congress-2015 and 1st Prof. P. C. Biswas Best Paper Memorial Award- 2015 organized by Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi. She has been awarded University Grant Commission – Senior Research Fellowship. She has to her credit a total of ten well acclaimed publications in journals of international and national repute. She has also published three books so far. She is a member of several professional Anthropological associations/societies and has participated in various national seminars and conferences. At present she is attached with Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi. She can be reached at mini.1901@yahoo.com

The involvement of anthropology in human development is universally popular. The anthropological perspectives on human development define anthropology as a holistic approach, which is both diachronic and synchronic. It consists of all aspects of people’s social, economic, and cultural life, including the social habits of the human population. Anthropological work provides a good sense of the wealth of human societies, and of the importance of their Physio-cultural diversity. The diverse ways of anthropological perspectives encourage a sustainable, people-oriented approach to all the developmental aspects of life while accepting considerable variations from one community to another.

The present volume encapsulates various dimensions of anthropological researches which are of great concern for human development. This volume will also open new vistas of understanding and insights into the human development through variegated works of anthropology. Besides anthropologists, this work will be of great interest to other social scientists, bureaucrats, and development practitioners.

Contents

  1. Child Labour and Indian Carpet Industry

            Ajeet Jaiswal,

  1. Role of Anthropology in Nation’s Development: An Indian Context
  2. Ventramana,
  3. The Development and Application of “Forensic Science” in “Human Truth Testing” and “Crime Investigation”

            Dr. Ranjeeta Kumari, Dr. Ranjay Kumar

  1. Tribal Health: Anthropological Perspectives
  2. K. N. Sharma, Dr. Hari Singh, Salil Basu.
  3. Fat Mass and Fat Free Mass Prediction Equation in Indian Armed Force Based Upon Anthropometric Variables
  4. Robert Varte,, Shweta Rawat, Inderjeet Singh,
  5. Genetic Disorders- a great challenge for Human Development: Case Study among Homozygous Sticklers

            Jyoti Jhariya, Awadhesh N. Sharma, Rajesh K. Gautam,

  1. Application of Anthropological Approaches and Methods for InterDisciplinary Research in Education and Human Development Studies
  2. Subramanyam, Professor, V. Rama Rao,
  3. Nutritional Ecology and Prevalence of Certain Clinical Signs among the Tarao Children of Manipur

            Ksh. Vedmani Devi and K. Saratchandra Singh

  1. The effect of parity and maternal age on newborn of Muslim women of Guwahati city, Assam, India

            Tiluttoma Baruah,

  1. Gender and Development: Changing Scenario of Tribal Women in Odisha

            Sabita Acharya

  1. Health Status and Health Care System among Rajput and Sonar of Eastern Uttar Pradesh

            Vineet Kumar Verma,

  1. Problems and Prospects of Education among the Juang Children of Keonjhar District, Odisha

            Subodha Kumar Mohanty

  1. Child mortality among the Rabhas of Udalguri district, Assam

            Nabajit Kumar Das, Rekha Das

  1. Health Care Practices among a the Karbis of Assam

            Arifur Zaman

  1. Handwriting Variation among Human Populations in Western India

            Khushbu Kumari,

  1. Haptoglobin Polymorphism and Diabetic Nephropathy: A Study Among the Bengali Hindus of West Bengal

            Abhishikta Ghosh Roy, Pranabesh Sarkar, Arup Ratan Bandyopadhyay

  1. Historical Perspective of Music as Therapy: An Overview

            Ramya Dwivedi,

  1. Burden of Undernutrition and Hypertension among Selected Tribes of West Bengal and Odisha

            Subhendu K. Acharya, Gautam K. Kshatriya,

  1. Role of Gender in Decision Making: A Study of Women, Attached in Handloom Weaving

            Tanusree Shaw,Arnab Das, Soumi Dey,

  1. A Comparative Study of Fertility Determinants among the Selected Tribal Group in Jharkhand and Non Tribal Groups in the Union Territory of Daman

            Shalini Kumari Singh,

  1. Anthropology and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Understanding in Human Development

H.C. Srivastava,


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