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Sociology (Previous) FIRST SEMESTER
Compulsory Papers Paper S1:01 Social Anthropology Paper S1:02 Methodology of Social Sciences Paper S1:03 Group Processes and Dynamics Paper S1:04 Classical Social Thinkers Paper S1:05 Sociology of Environment


Paper S2:01 Tribal Economy and Society Paper S2:02 Social Statistics Paper S2:03 Theories of Group Interaction Paper S2:04 Traditional Theoretical Foundations Paper S2:05 Sociological Reviews and Viva-Voce

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Preamble : (a) M.A. Sociology will consist of TWO semesters. (b) Each semester will consist of FIVE papers. (c) Each question paper will consist of 100 marks. The break up will be as under : Section-I 10 marks - will consist of 5 questions and each question to be answered in

not more than 50 words, each carrying 2 marks. Section-II 30 marks Section-III 40 marks - will consist of 2 questions with internal choice, each carrying 20 marks. 10 marks for presentation in each of the papers. 10 marks for the test in each of the papers. (d) Paper S2:05 (Sociological Reviews &Viva-Voce.) - will consist 2 parts. Part I – Sociological Reviews will consist of 50 marks. Part II – Viva- voce of 50 marks. - will consist of 3 questions with internal choice, each question to be answered in not more than 250 words, each carrying 10 marks.

Paper S1:01 Social Anthropology 1. 2. 3. Social Anthropology: Origin and Development, Concept, Method. Culture: Concept, Theories of cultural Growth-Evolutionism, Neo-Evolutionism, Diffusionism, Acculturation, Innovation; Cultural Relativism. Family in Simple Society: Origin, Types, Characteristics, Stability and change. ( 14 )

kinds of diagrams merit and demerits Graphic Presentation. Origin and Functions of Clan. 5. Rules and Prohibitions. Peter B. Young: Scientific Survey and Research. Lundberg: Social Research. Nature of Premarital and Extramarital Relationship. 1. Lazarsfeld: The Languages of Social Sciences. Coon (eds. Sociometry. Likert. Fact and Theory. 8. 2. Abbi & Saberwar (eds. Forms. Projective Techniques Scaling: Bogardues. 4. 6. 6.4. General rules for drawing diagrams. 4. Experimentation. Content Analysis. L. 2. Kinship.): A Reader in General Anthropology.N. Lineage and Clan: Categories of Kinship.P. Matrilineal and Patrilineal Lineage.): Urgent Researches in Social Anthropology. 5. Majumdar. P. and Empiricism. Marriage in Simple Society: Debate on Universal definition. Reading Material and Resource Books: Herskovits: Cultural Anthropology. 5. 2. 4. 3. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1. 7. Concepts. Herskovits: Acculturation: The Study of Culture Contacts.V. (eds. Paper S1:02 Methodology of Social Sciences 1. Jahoda : Research Methods in Social Relations. Research Designs: Definition. Techniques: Non-Verbal. Classification and Presentation of Data: Classification and Presentation of data. Types. Vidyarthi: Social Anthropology in India: A Social Orientation. 5.): Anthropology on the March. Malinowski: The Scientific Theory of Culture.): Selected Researches in Social Anthropology. 3. 3. Hammond. ( 15 ) . Diagram And Graphic Presentation of data: Advantages & Limitation of diagram Presentation. Main Methodologies of Social Research: Historicism. Bala Ratanam (ed. Goode and Hatt : Methods in Social Research. Achoff: the Design of Social Research. Thurston. Madan and Majumdar: Social Anthropology: Essays in Memory of D.

Dynamic Interaction: Leadership. Total Environment. Organism Analogy. Eric Hobsbawm: The Age of Revolution. and Law of three Stages. August Comte: Positivism. 3. George Rule: Revolutionary Europe. Elements of Social Behaviour: Social Motives. 2. Sorokin: Contemporary Sociological Theories. 5. 3. 2. Structure and Processes of Social Group of Impact of Group Membership on Individual Behaviour. Affiliation and Power. Sacord and Backman: Social Psychology. Coyle: The Social Process in Organized Groups. 4. 3. Emile Durkheim: Social Fact. Hierarchy of Science. 2. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1. ( 16 ) . 5 Vols. Achievement. Paper S1:04 Classical Social Thinkers (Reading with special reference to following thoughts) 1. Lindgren: Social Psychology. Lindzey & Aronson: A Handbook of Social Psychology. 1769-1848. 2. 4. Issues and Basic Assumptions of Group Dynamics. Sherif and Sherif: An Outline of Social Psychology. Homans: The Human Group. Habakkuk and Postan : (Eds. Norman Hampson: A Social History of French Revolution. Theory of Religion. 6. Reading Material and Resource Books : 1. Herbert Spencer: Evolution. 4. Concept of Environment: Natural and Social Environment. Group Morale. 1783-1815.) The Industrial Revolution and After. 3. Paper S1:05 Sociology of Environment 1.Paper S1:03 Group Processes and Dynamics 1. 5. Interpersonal Attraction. Aggression.

. New Delhi. Social ecology. Morse. Stephen & Stocking. 6. D. W. McIntosh. Macmillian. 4. Water depletion. Detribalization.. Gadgil. Northern Book Centre. Ltd. (1986) – ‘Aspects of Human Ecology ‘. P. 5. New York. Malik. Allan. ( 17 ) . Bell. Issue Concerning Environment and Development: Pollution. Madras. ‘An Invitation to Environmental Sociology’. Madhan and Guha. Desertification. 5. M. Schnaiberg. UCL Press Limited. Michael. & Bhattacharya. New York. 3. Redeliffe. Giddens. Norton & co. 9.S. London.K. Michael (Ed. New York. Sage Publications. 8. Impact of ecology on social life. Environment and Ecology. Ramchandra.2. Michael Mayerfeld. New Delhi. 2. (1985) ‘The Background of Ecology: Concept & Theory’. 7. ‘Social Movements and Social Transformation ‘. Anthony.. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1. ‘The Environment ‘. Rao. ‘Ecology and Equity: The Use and Abuse of Nature in Contemporary India’. Robert. 4. ‘Development and the Environment Crisis’. 1995. ‘Global Problems and Ecological Crisis’ in ‘Introduction to Sociology’ (2nd Edit). Concept of Heritage: Natural and Social. New York.W. Cambridge University Press. Oxford University Press. S. Environment Concerns and Movements.). Mcheun Co.L. ‘People and Environment ’. (2004). 3. New Delhi.

G. Youth Dormitory: their origin.P and Rai: the Tribal culture of India. Darryl D’Monte and Ujwala Samarth. Nadim Hasnain: Janjatiya Bharat. caste nation. Relevance. Anil. Makhan: Anthropological thought. 5. Various Types of Exchanges. Role of Religion. Magic and Totemic: Theories of Origin of Primitive Religion. Primitive Economy and Mode of Production: Characteristics. ‘Development. Madan and Sarana (ed): Indian Anthropology: Essays in Memory of D.). SECOND SEMESTER Paper S2:01 Tribal Economy And Society 1. ‘The Fight for Survival: People’s Action for Environment’. Displacement and Rehabilitation: Issues for a National Debate’. Sumi. Singh. 4. 4. 9. Firth.: Tribal Society in India. Brown. 1989. 2. New Delhi. cultural contact and its impact on youth Dormitory. 3. 11. Majumdar. Walter and Enakshi Ganguly Thukral (Eds. 1987. Paper S2:02 Social Statistics ( 18 ) . 1996. Reciprocity and Redistribution. Agrawal. 6. People’s lives and Development Choices’. 5. 7.). F. Krishna.10. 8. Majumdar and Madan: An Introduction of Social Anthropology. 12. 2. 3. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1.S. CSE. New Delhi. Jha. Indian Social Institute. Primitive Social Organization: Status of Woman. Rayond: Human Types. L. Origin and kinds of Totem. (Eds. ‘Environmental Politics. Classification of Indian Tribes. Bailey.) Vidyarthi. (Vols.N. Fernandes. Sage Publication. Primitive Law and Polity: Nature of Primitive Law. Magic and Totem in tribal Society. structure. Radcliffe: Structure and Function in Primitive society. Religion. New Delhi. K.: Tribe. Justice and Forms of Governance. Kinds of Magic.

Chanders: Statistical Calculations for Beginners. and others: Statistics for Statistics for Sociologists.: Social Statistics. Association of Attributes: Consistency of data. 2. 5. 8. Test of Significance: X2 – test. Snedcor: Statistical Methods. Correlation & Regression Analysis (only for lines of regression.M. 3. Measures of Central Tendency. t – test. Hagood. Daxnubush and others: A Prime of social Statistics. Measures of Association (consisting Two Attributes only. Theories of Social Interaction: ( 19 ) . Mean Deviation and Standard Deviation. Blalock JR. 3. 5. 9. f – test & large sample test.) Product Moment Correlation. Statistics: Meaning uses and Limitation. 7. Eduwards: Statistical Methods for Behavioral Science. M. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1. Measures of Dispersion: Range. Quartile Deviation. 4. H. 2. Rank Correlation. 4. 2. Garrett: Statistics in education and psychology. Paper S2:03 Theories of Group Interaction 1. Fisher: Statistical Methods for Research work.1. 6. Croxton and Cowden: Applied General Statistics.

I. Psychoanalytic Theory II. 5. S-R Theory IV.D. Techniques of Measurement.C. Paper S2:04 Traditional Theoretical Foundations 1. H. Vilfredo Pareto: Circulation of Elites. Theories of Social psychology by Shaw & Philep. 5 Vols. Ideal types. Protestant Ethic and Capitalism. Kretch & Crutch field Individual in Society. Max Weber: Verstehen. Dwivedi: Samaj Manovijan. Role Theory III. Reading Material and Resource Books: 1. An introduction is psychology-Morgam & others. Class and Class Struggle. 2. 3. 4. Lindzey & Aronson: A Handbook of Social Psychology. 2. Social Deprivation: Models. Karl Marx: Social Formation. 2. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. 3. Social Action. Srivastava & K. Reading Material and Resource Books : ( 20 ) .

social statistics. 2 Vols.1. 2. Write a Critique of contemporary sociological knowledge. Abraham and Morgan: Sociological Thought. 3. 4. globalization. Viva voce. Raymond Aron: Main Currents in Sociological Thought. Becker and Barnes: Social Thought from Lore to Science.A. application of computers in sociology. social movements. Parsons: The Structure of Social Action. writings and researches regarding one of the following areas: sociological concepts and processes. Paper S2:05 Sociological Reviews and Viva Voce The student of M. methodology. social problems related to Indian society. 2 Vols. 2. T. social thought. issues of development. social theory. (Previous) will be required to: 1. environment. ( 21 ) .

A.M. Sociology (Final) THIRD SEMESTER Compulsory Papers Paper S3:01 Paper S3:02 Optional Papers Group A – Paper S3:03 Paper S3:04 Group B Paper S3:03 Paper S3:04 Group C Paper S3:03 Paper S3:04 Group D Paper S3:03 Paper S3:04 Group E Paper S3:03 Paper S3:04 Paper S3:05 Rural and Urban Systems Rural Sociology Urban Sociology Social Demography and Demographic Dimensions of Community Health Social Demography Demographic Dimensions of Community Health Women’s Studies Women and Society Women and Social Change in India Industrial Organisation and Management Industrial Sociology Industrial Management Tribal Studies Social Anthropology: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Tribes in India Dissertation Modern Sociological Theories Sociology of India FOURTH SEMESTER Compulsory Papers Paper S4:01 Paper S4:02 Advanced Sociological Theories Continuity and Change In India ( 22 ) .

. each carrying 10 marks. each question to be answered in not more than 250 words.will consist of 3 questions with internal choice. (f) Each question paper will consist of 100 marks. (e) Each semester will consist of FIVE papers.will consist of 5 questions and each question to be answered in not more than 50 words. The break up will be as under : Section-I 10 marks Section-II 30 marks . each carrying 2 marks. Rural and Urban Systems Peasant Society and Social Change Urbanization and Social Change Social Demography and Demographic Dimensions of Community Health Population Growth and Policies Community Health Management Women’s Studies Gender and Development Gender Mobility and Change Industrial Organization and Management Working Class and Industrial Development Industrial Relations and Personnel Management Tribal Studies Tribal Institutions Perspectives of Tribal Development Viva -Voce ( 23 ) .A. Sociology will consist of TWO semesters.Optional Papers Group A Paper S4:03 Paper S4:04 Group B Paper S4:03 Paper S4:04 Group C Paper S4:03 Paper S4:04 Group D Paper S4:03 Paper S4:04 Group E Paper S4:03 Paper S4:04 Paper S4:05 Preamble : (d) M.

7. Parsons : The structure of Social Action T. Ritzer : Sociological Theory Wolf & Wallance : Sociological Theory Malcom Makers : Modern Sociological Theory Harold Garfinkel : Studies in Ethnomethodology Historicity of Sociology in India. 9. Social Exchange Theory : Homans. ( 24 ) Books : Paper S3:02 Sociology of India Books : 1. 6.N. Sociological Theory : Nature and Typology. Blau. 4. 3. 3. Timasheff & Theodorson : Sociological Theory T.G. Social Inequality and Caste Conflict. Parsons. Contextualization and Indigenization of Sociology. each carrying 20 marks. P. Coser. 2. 4. Prabhu : Hindu Social Organization. 2. 10 marks for presentation in each of the papers. Louis Dumont : Homo Hierarchic us. Functionalism : Merton. 10. 3. . 11. 2. 1.will consist of 2 questions with internal choice.K. Turner : Modern Sociological theory N. Conflict Theory : Marx. 2. parsons : The Social System R. Indian Social Organization : Characteristics. Communalism. 1.Section-III 40 marks . 5. THIRD SEMESTER Paper S3:01 Modern Sociological Theories 1. 10 marks for the test in each of the papers. Regionalism. Neo-Marxism. 8. Merton : Social Theory & Social Structure J. Unity in diversity. Social Hierarchy with reference to Louis Dumont. Cultural Pluralism and National Integration : Ethnicity. Don Mortindale : The Nature & Types of Sociological Theory Coser & Rosenberg : Sociological Theory T.N. Theory and Empiricism. Dahrendorf.

N. . Srinivas : Social Change in Modern India.N.N.R. 7.) : Social Mobility in the Caste System in India. M. Mukherjee : Dynamics of Rural Society.N. Mukherjee : Dimensions of Modern Indian Culture. 2.) : Dimensions of Social Change in India. Jai Kant Tiwari : Bharat Ka Samajshastra. 13. ( 25 ) Books : 5. New Delhi. 3. Agrarian Institutions : Patterns of Land Ownership.) : Rural Sociology in India. James Silverberg (ed. : Social Change in Modern India. : Adhunik Bharat Mein Samajic Parivartan (Nemichandra Jain) R. 2003. Class and Occupation. Srinivas (ed.N. 14. 8. S. 6. Dubey : Tradition and Development .S. Yogendra Singh : Modernization of Indian Tradition.P. S. 4. Peasant Studies. Caste and Class Structure. 15. 12. Pramila Kapoor : Marriage and Working Women in India. D.3. 11. M. Optional Papers Group A – Rural and Urban Systems Paper S3:03 Rural Sociology 1. Andre Beteille : Case : Old and New. Reliance Publications. 5. Approaches to Study of Rural Society: Rural Urban Differences. Robert Redfield : The Little community : Peasant Society & Culture. 8. Desai (ed. Altekar : Position of Women in Hindu Civilization.C. Jajmani System and Jajmani Relations. M. G. A. Majumdar : Races and Culture in India. 1. 9. Ghurye : Caste. A.C. 1994. Srinivas : India’s Villages. Mckim Marriot : Village India. S. Jai Kant Tiwari : Rural Transformation in India. Agrarian Relations and Mode of Production Debates. 10. 2.S. Lucknow. D.K. 3. 7. 6. Dube : Indian Village M. Srinivas : Caste in Modern India. Little and Great Tradition : Universalization and Parochialization. Utter Pradesh Hindi Sasthan. Dube : India’s Changing Village.C. 4.

Origin and Growth of Urban Centers.E. Bergel : Urban Sociology. 3. K. Sociological.S. Mumford : Culture in Cities. 8. 9. Sternberg. Ghurye : Cities and Civilization. Riemer : The Modern City. 4.Social Demography and Demographic Dimensions of Community Health Paper S3:03 Social Demography 1. Books : 1. 7. 2. Davis : World Population in Transition. Max Weber : The City. 4. 2. Urbanism As a way of life. Social Demography : Nature and Scope 2. 3. ( 26 ) . 2. Gist and Halbert : Urban Sociology. G. Post Malthusian Theories : (a) Biological Theories-Doubleday. Spencer. Urban Sociology : Nature. E. Giri. Mumford : Cities in History. Smith : Population Analysis. 1. 3. Park. Urban Ecology : Ecological Theories of urban growth.N.Paper S3:04 Urban Sociology 1. Carpenter : The Sociology of City Life. 13. Types of Cities. Books : Group B . 11. Rural-Urban continuum. (b) Cultural Theories-Dumont. Anderson : The Urban Community. Lee : The City. L. 5. L. Scope and Approaches. Cox : Demography Thompson : Population Problems. Demographic Factors in Social Change. Ralph Turner : The Great Cultural Traditions. 10. R. Fetter. Hatt and Reiss : The Cities and Society. 6. 2 Vols. Concept of City : Ecological. 12. 3. L. 4.H. Burgess & Mckenzie : The City.

Maria Mies : Towards the Methodology at Women’s Studies. Leela Dube : Review of Studies on Women in Southeast Asia. Property Rights and Gender. Srivastava : Human Relations in Social Organization A. 2. 3. Books : 1. Polity and Authority. Disease and Poverty. ( 27 ) .) : Medical Sociology. Women’s Studies : Nature and Scope 2.Paper S3:04 Demographic Dimensions of Community Health 1. Paper S3:04 Women and Social Change in India 1. Books : Group C . Demographic profile. Work. 5. Lines of Decent. Changing Position of Women-Impact of Development. Engels : Origin at Family. Srivastava : Chikitsa Samajvigyan Ki Roop Rekha. Ethnomedicine.L. Role of Women in Economy Polity and Social Structure.L. 3. Health. Power. Fertility. 4.Women’s Studies Paper S3:03 Women and Society 1. Division of Labour : Regional Variations. Population and Community Health. David Mechanic : Medical Sociology Freeman et al. Primary Health care and Health for All. 3. 2. Oppone Christine : A Symposium at Seven Roles and Status of Women (ILO). Women and Democracy. Morbidity & Mortality Profile. 3. 2. Women and Change in Social organizations : Type of Family. Women in Developed and Developing Societies. Education. Technology. 1. Visibility and Invisibility of Women : Family. 4. 3. Environment. An Indian Perspective for Women’s Studies : Critical Issues. Political Processes in India. (eds. Methodology for Women’s Studies. Population. Private Property and State. 4. 4. 5. ICSSR : Pamphlets – “Health Trouble” A. 2. 4.

10. The levels of management – top.R. Problems of Automation. Industrial bureaucracy. 4. 5. 7. Vincent and Mayers : New Foundation for Industrial Sociology. 2. Nature and Process of Industrialization in World System. Group D . Nanda (ed. 3. Ministry of Social : Report of the Committee Welfare. Evolution of Industrial Society. Altekar : Position of Women in Hindu Civilization. B. 9. 2. 1. of India. Nature and Scope of Industrial Sociology. Devaki Jain : Women’s Quest for Power. Miller and Form : Industrial Sociology. 2. middle and front line. On the status of Women. 3. Maxumdar : Role of Rural Women in Development. Mazumdar (ed. Vincent and Mayers : New Foundation of Industrial Sociology. Devaki Jain : Indian Women. Concept of Management : Industrial Management. 1. 11. 8. 3. its structure and function. Desai and Maitryei Krishnaraj : Women and Society in India.Books : 1. Desai : Women in Modern India. S. N. A. 6.) : Indian Women. David Brown and Michael Hanison : A Sociology of Industrialization. 1. G. Indian Social Structure and Industrialization. Leela Gulati : Profiles in Female Poverty. its importance and function.) : Symbols of Power. ( 28 ) Books : Paper S3:04 Industrial Management Books : . 2. 3. Govt.Industrial Organisation and Management Paper S3:03 Industrial Sociology 1. formal and informal organization. 2. Miller and Form : Industrial Sociology. Dasgupta : Business and Management in India. 3. Omvett : We will smash This prison : Indian Women in Revolt. N. Nature and types of modern organization. staff and line management.

3. Barnett. Linguistic and Cultural Distribution. 4. 2. Koonts and Donnel : Principles of Management. 1. W. 3. 10. (eds. 2. Barnett. & Caste.A. : Development Anthropology. S. 1. H. Cochrane. A. Urbanization and Technological Change in Traditional Cultures. F. Kroeber. 6.C. 3. 9. 7. 11. Y. Kluckhohn. Mazumdar. 1. 2. Application of Anthropological Knowledge in Education and Social Awareness.N. 1953). Vols I to X (Selected portions). H. Application of Anthropological Knowledge in Planning and Development Programmes administered by Government and NGOs. : Anthropology Today (selected Chapters). Industrialization. Dube. : Fortunes of Primitive Tribes.L. Geographical. 4. D. 5. John : Cultural Anthropology (Selected Chapters). Group E . Pockak. 5. Mazumdar. Daniel Bell : The Coming of Post-Industrial Society. Foster. Tribal India : Classification of Indian Tribes. 8.4.C. D. Gisbert: Fundamentals of Industrial Sociology. : Anthropology in Administration. C. Assimilation and Isolation in India.E. Tribal and Folk Medical Health System in India. Verrier : A Philosophy for N. : Mirror for Man. Elwin. Folk Media and Mass Communication in Tribal India. 4. : Races and Culture of India. Schmeider: Industrial Sociology.N. Problems and Issues arising out of the Impact of Modernization. Caudill. 6. Louis Dumont.Tribal Studies Paper S3:03 Social Anthropology: Conceptual and Methodological Issues 1. Concepts of Applied and Action Anthropology. Fried. 4.) : Contributions to India Sociology. D.F. Tribal Acculturation. : Innovation. : Traditional Cultures and Impact of Technological Change. P. 3.M. 2. : India’s Changing Villages. Beiley. ( 29 ) Books : Paper S3:04 Tribes in India Books : . Nation and Tribe. : Applied Anthropology in Medicine (In “Anthropology Today” edited by A.L. G. Krober.

Elvin. Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology : Edmund Husserl. 7. Dahrendorf : Class & Class Conflict in Industrial Society.5. 9. 6. A Brief Historical Review of Theoretical Thinking in Sociology : (a) Critical Sociology : (i) Horkheimer : Critical Theory (ii) Habermas : Theory of Communicative Action. Max Horkheimer : Critical Theory. Symbolic Interactionism : Mead. Alfred Schutz. A.I. Social Legislation and Social Upliftment with regard to (a) Scheduled Caste (b) Scheduled Tribes (c) Other Backward Classes (d) Minorities (e) Women. Paper S3:05 Dissertation Each students is required to write a dissertation based on empirical data consisting of 100 marks. 3.S. I The Problem of Social Reality. 6. Alfred Shutz. 10. Modernity and Postmodernity : Levistraus. Peter M. 7. Anthony Giddens : The Construction of Society. R.G. Gordon. Luckmann. Social Construction of Reality P. P. Lewis Coser : Functions of Social Conflict. Berger and T. : The Scheduled Tribes. Turner : Ethnomethodology Peter Berger & Thomson Luckman : The Social Construction of Reality. : The Khasis. Planned Change and Development : Historicity of Planning. 4. 8. 3. 5. George Homans : Human Behavior : Its Elementary Forms. Alfred Schutz : The Phenomenology of the Social World. 8. Books : 1. Paper S4:02 Continuity and Change in India 1 2. 12.C. FOURTH SEMESTER Compulsory Papers Paper S4: 01 Advanced Sociological Theories 1. Multi Sectoral Development in India : ( 30 ) . Ghurye. 4. Gouldner : The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology. Goffman. 2. 11. Five Year Plan. : Vol. 2 Vols.W. H. Blummer. 2. : The Loss of Nerves. Harold Garfinkel. Foucault & Derrida. Blau : Exchange and Power in Social Life. Structuration . 3. R. G. V. Srivastava : Adhunik Samajvaigyanik Siddhant Parichaya. Anthony Giddens. Madan and Mazumdar: Social Anthropology.

V. Reliance Publications. M.L.N. Rania & H. S. A. 11. 12. Rural Development : Concept. Verma : Panchayati Raj. 4. Appraisal. Approaches. 15. Veena Das : Structure and Cognition-Aspects of Hindu Caste and Rituals.M. 10. 9. L. P. Lucknow. Pandey : Gramin Vikas Avam Sanrachnatmak Parivartan. Programmes. 2003. b. Roy Turner (ed. Dasgupta & J. N.K. Kiran Devendra : Changing Status of Women in India. Sunil Sen : Peasant Movement in India. P. Impact. Problems of Urban Planning. 2. P. Utter Pradesh Hindi Sasthan.B. 3. c. 8. Neera Desai : Women in India. 1994.L.N. Measures.) : Indian’s Urban Future. Srivastava : “Untouchability among Untouchables” Social Welfare. 7. 16. Gopal : Bharatiya Samaj Ki Gatyatmakata.L. Gram Swaraj and Federal Policy.a. Urban Development : Characteristics of Urbanization and Urban growth.M. ( 31 ) . Jai Kant Tiwari : Bharat Ka Samajshastra. Ja (ed. Pandey : Education and Social Mobility. New Delhi. 6. J. 13. Tiwary : Rural Transformation in India. Mahapatra : Tribal Development in India : Myth and Reality. Batra : Planning in India – Development Perspective in 21st Century. Books : 1. 14.) : Nehru and Planning in India. Ramaiah : Issues in Tribal Development.K. Tribal Development : Approaches. 5.

( 32 ) Books : Paper S4:04 Urbanization and Social Change . 2. 3. Social Issues and Strategies for Rural Development: Bonded and Migrant Labourers. 3. Agrarian Unrest and Peasant Movements. P.N. P.M. 2. 1. Neighborhood. M. Pandey : Gramin Vikas Avam Sanrachanatmak Parivartan. Castells : The Urban Question. 4. Urban Power Structure with special reference to Indian Society. 7. Houser : The Study of Urbanizatiln. M. Rural Development Programmes and Trends of Change in Rural Society. 3.Optional Papers Group A . Sanders : Urban Politics. Tiwary : (a) Rural Development Administration : Perspective and Prospects. 6. Stratification and Power Structure in Rural India. (b) Rural Transformation in India. Roy Turber : India’s Urban future. Urban Slums and Floating Population Books : 1. Rural Leadership and its Changing Patterns.N. Pauperization and Depeasantization. Majumdar : Rural Profiles.N. Malviya : Village Panchayat in India. : Social Change in Modern India. J. 8. 2. D.D. Urban Planning and Restructuring of Indian Cities. : Dominant Caste in Rampura 5. 5. V. 1. Urbanization. Migration. H. Makherjee & Singh : Social Profile of City. Smith : Sociology of Rural Life. Industrialization in India. 9. 4.K. 4. Urban Institution: Family.Rural and Urban Systems Paper S4:03 Peasant Society and Social Change 1. Religion. Salim : Rural Innovation in Agriculture. 5. Srinivas : Caste in Modern India & Other Essays.P. 3. 2. Singh : Panchayaton Mein Jansahbhagita. Yogendra Singh : Modernization of Indian Tradition. Dominant Caste.

2. Biswas : Aging in Contemporary India. Social Consequences of System of Drug Addiction and AIDS in Developing Countries. Ageing: Diseases and Problems.Social Demography and Demographic Dimensions of Community Health PAPER S4:03 POPULATION GROWTH AND POLICIES 1. Rao : Urbanization and Social Change. Srivastava : Demography and Population Studies.K. Books : Group C . Paper S4:04 Community Health Management 1. Vinod Kumar : Aging Indian Perspective and Global Scenario.6. Group B . 10. Zachariah : Migrants in Greater Bombay. Singh : Banaras : A Study in Urban Geography. 2. Feminist Movement : Liberal Feminist/Radical/Feminist/Socialist Feminist. 9. 3. Mukherjee : Calcutta-A Survey of Economic Study. Chandrashekhar : Infant Mortality and Population growth and Family Planning in India. Concept of optimum population. S. Books : ( 33 ) . Perspective for Population Policies. 8. Books : 1.A. S. Ashish Bose : Urbanization in India. 4. Cockerham : Medical Sociology. O.K. Gender Discrimination : Role Conflict and Role Adjustment. Venkatariyappa : Bangalore – A Socio-economic study. Position of Women in Society. Management of Doctor-Patient Relationship in Various Setting. 1.K. Ramchandran : Urbanization and Urban Centres in India. R. 3. 13. Women and Patriarchy. 2. William C. 2. C. 2. 3. M. M. Rajgopalan : Greater Bombay. Das Gupta : Nutritional Planning in India. Trends of Population Growth in Third World. 11. 7. Landis : Population Problems. 3. 4.Women’s Studies Paper S4:03 Gender and Development 1. P. 3. 12.L. Preni : An Introduction to Social Demography. R.S.S.

Women and Development. Paper S4:04 Gender Mobility and Change Books : Group D . 2.N. 2. Maria Mies : Indian Women and Patriarchy. 3. 8. Industrial: Women’s Work in Formal and Informal Sector.Industrial Organization and Management Paper S4:03 Working Class and Industrial Development 1. Ramkrishna Mukherjee : Indian Working Classes. V. 3. 11. Economics : Six monthly reviews on Women’s Studies. Labour Legislation and Development of Industrial Polity in India. 2. 1981. K. 2. Raymond Aron : 18 Lectures on Industrial Society. 4. 3. Contributions to Women’s : Evolving New Methodologies in research on Women’s Studies. Political Weekly in India. Juya Mardena : Faminism and Nationalism in Third Word. ICSSR Research Abstract Quaterly-Jan-June. 4. 4. 6. Myths and Prejudices Regarding Role Models for Women : The Position of Women in India. Post-Industrial Society. Women’s Role in Struggles for Change : Women’s Movement in India. 9.V. Women’s Role in Production Processes-Domestic. Women in Village. Daniel Bell : The Coming of Post-Industrial Society. 1. Sharn Shakti & CWDS Bulletin. Ursula Sharma : Women’s Work and Property in North West India. 5. Srinivas : Changing Position of India G. Special Issue on Women’s Studies. Problems of Industrial Peace in Developing Societies. Mana Mies : The Social Origin of the sexual Division of Labour. 7. 10. 1. M. Migration and Women. Books : 1. Rise of Working class in India and Trade Union Movement. Conference Reports : The National Conferences on Women’s Studies. 3. Giri : Labour Problems in Indian Industry. Conflict in Industrial Society. 3. Agricultural. Dietrich : Women’s Movement in India. 4. Neera Desai and Vibhuti Patel: Indian Women-Change and Challenge in International Decade 1975-85. Paper S4:04 Industrial Relations and Personnel Management ( 34 ) . 4. Carol Sakala : Women of South Asia : A Guide to Resources. 2.1. UNESCO : Men in the Towns. Michale Barrett : Women’s oppression Today : Problems in Marxist Feminist Analysis. Series-3 studies.

7. Paul. R.S. Application of Anthropological Knowledge in Economic Advancement and Promoting Health Care.S. 6. A. Davar : Personnel Management and Industrial Relations in India. Tax. E. Policies. Culture and Community. V. Nag.A. J. Role of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Personnel Management. Conflict management and statutory provision for conflict resolution in India. 11. 4. 2. 1. 9. : Cultural Patterns and Technological Changes. (b) Workers Participation in Management : A Study of Social Thought. James and David W. Weirer. 5. 4. Books : Group E . 2.V. Gouldner : Patterns of Industrial Bureaucracy. Patterns of Management and Problems of Management in Public and private sector. Lourie : Human Biology : A Guide to Field Methods. Application of Anthropological Knowledge in Displacement and Rehabilitation Management. Spicer.P. Willigf. (Editor) : Applied Anthropology in India. Mead.D. (Editor) : Health.V. Moourdy : Anthropology : The Culture Perspective.W. V. L. 3. J. Russee : Applied Anthropology. Application of Anthropological Knowledge in Forest Policies and other components of Environment. Workers participation in Management. 12. Gopal : (a) Industrial Democracy in India. Moni : Cultural Patterns in Fertility. Linton. (Editor) : Science of Man in the World Crisis. L. M. : Applied Anthropology : An Introduction. Sol : Action Anthropology. 1. Spradley. Vidyarthi. 2. and J. Mair. 8. 5. (Editor) : Human Problems in Technological Change. 10. B. Amitai Etzioni : Modern Organization.H.1. 3. 2. Giri : Industrial Problems of India. 3. : Studies in Applied Anthropology.Tribal Studies Paper S4:03 Tribal Institutions 1. ( 35 ) Books : Paper S4:04 Perspectives of Tribal Development . 4. Programmes and Strategies for Tribal Development in Pre and Post Independent India. Newman. 3. R. 1.

) : Tribal Development : Appraisal & Alternatives. 5. 3. Gupta. 8. Santhal. Specific Tribal Study of Any One : Bhil. Books : 1. Buksa. Tharus. Nayar. Each student will be required to prepare all FOUR-semester papers for viva-voce. Sharda (eds. Disease and Healing.K. 3. L. (b) Tribal Situation in India. V. Tribal Movements in India. : Culture. Chaudhari B.R. Parmar. Shyam : Traditional Folk Media in India. 2. : Tribal Development in India. S. Naga.) The Mass Media and Village Life : An Indian Study. Khasi. 4. Anju Kohli : Sustainable Development of Tribal & Backward Areas. Singh : (a) Tribal Movements in India. Landy. Patil and Anita Dighe (ed. 6. Viva – voce shall consist of 100 marks. with Special reference to Jharkhand Movement.P.2.K. D. Suresh K. Mahapatra : Tribal Development in India : Myth and Reality. 7. Sharma & N.K. Paul Hartman. q Paper S4:05 Viva–Voce ( 36 ) . B.