Tribal Development in Andaman Islands
Sarup & Sons, 2003 - 92 pages
The Andaman And Nicobar Islands Are Undoubtedly One Of The Very Few Places In The World Today, Where Man Has So Far Survived In His Original Form And Manners. The Isolation And Remoteness Of The Islands Have Made The Tribal Situation A Subject Of Challenge And Interest To Social Workers, Social Scientists And Anthropologists.The Objective Of The Book Is To Give Momentum To Slow And Steady Growth Of Tribal Welfare And Development In The Andaman And Nicobar Islands. It Contains Six Papers From Various Anthropologists. The Papers Based On Applied In Nature And Contents Directly Or Indirectly Are Conducive To The Uplift Of Tribes Of Andaman And Nicobar Islands. In View Of Its Multi Disciplinary In Nature, The Book, Which Is First Of Its Kind, Would Be Of Immense Help And Use To General Readers, Academicians, Sociologist, Social Workers, Demographers And Anthropologists.
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