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M.N. Srinivas, the man and his work
National Conference on "M. N. Srinivas: the Man and his Work" (2004 Mysore, India)
Contributed articles presented at the National Conference on the life of the Indian social scientist.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors P.K. Misra, K.K. Basa, H.K. Bhat.|
|Contributions||Misra, Promode Kumar, 1936-, Basa, Kishor K. 1958-, Bhat, H. K., Indirā Gāndhī Rāshṭrīya Mānava Saṅgrahālaya., Anthropological Association, Mysore.|
|LC Classifications||H59.S65 N37 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2006454099|
This book looks at the sociology of India from two perspectives: first, understanding the cultural traditions of India with special reference to religious and ethical values; and second, exploring the growth of the sociological traditions of India. Dumont, Louis. Homo Hierarchicus: The Caste System and Its Implications. Complete Revised English edition. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Louis Dumont expands upon his fieldwork on the Pramalai Kallars of South India in (Une sous-caste de l’Inde du Sud) and the Indological literature on caste to produce his theoretical study of caste and.
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M. N. Srinivas first propounded this theory in his thesis at Oxford University. The thesis was later brought out as a book titled Religion and Society Among the Coorgs of South India. Published in , the book was an ethnographical study of the Kodava (Coorgs) community of Karnataka. M. N. Srinivas writes in the book. Mysore Narasimhachar Srinivas (–) was an Indian sociologist and Social Anthropologist. He is mostly known for his work on caste and caste systems, Social stratification, Sanskritisation and Westernisation in southern India and the concept of 'Dominant Caste'.
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The book takes a fresh look into Srinivas' concepts and contributions to the field. It contains reminiscences, appreciations and critical evaluations of Srinivas by a number of social scientists in India, including some of his : $ Get this from a library.
M.N. Srinivas, the man and his work. [Promode Kumar Misra; Kishor K Basa; H K Bhat; Indirā Gāndhī Rāshṭrīya Mānava Saṅgrahālaya.; Anthropological Association, Mysore.;] -- Contributed articles presented at the National Conference on the life of the Indian social scientist.
The Remembered Village is a ethnological work by M. Srinivas. The book is about the villager who lives in the small village, named as Rampura in the state of Karnataka, then called by: M.
Srinivas is acclaimed as a doyen of modern sociology and social anthropology in India. In this book, A. Shah, a distinguished Indian sociologist and a close associate of Srinivas’s, reflects on his legacy as a scholar, teacher, and institution : A.
Shah. Book Description M. Srinivas is acclaimed as a doyen of modern sociology and social anthropology in India. In this book, A. Shah, a distinguished Indian sociologist and a close associate of Srinivas’s, reflects on his legacy as a scholar, teacher, and institution builder.
Books on Prof Srinivas: M. Srinivas::The Man and his Work, edited by P.K. Misra, K.K. Basa and H.K. Bhat (Rawat Publications, Jaipur, ) Articles on Prof Srinivas Remembering M N Srinivas by Sundar Sarukkai. Economic and Political Weekly xxxv(6), Madan, T'Louis dumont: the man and his work', in Sociological traditions: methods and perspectives in the sociology of india, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, pp.
viewed 3 Junedoi: /n9. Mysore Narasimhachar Srinivas (–) was an Indian sociologist and social anthropologist. He is mostly known for his work on caste and caste systems, Social stratification, Sanskritisation and Westernisation in southern India and the concept of 'Dominant Caste'.
M.N Srinivas importantly focused on fieldwork rather completely falling for bookish knowledge. He was one of the popular first generation sociologists in India. He discusses all the complex functions in Indian society with ease.
He shares his point of view on topics such as caste, religion, traditional villages and their impacts on Indian society. Srinivas calls it book view or bookish perspective.
Book view is also known as Indology, which is not acceptable to Srinivas and he emphasized to the field view. (b) Field view (field work): Srinivas believes that the knowledge about the different regions of Indian society can be attained through field work.
This he calls field view. Title: M.N. Srinivas: The Man and His Work Author Name: P.K. Misra, K.K. Basa, and H.K. Bhat (eds) Categories: India, Sociology & Anthropology, Edition: First Edition. His book, The Remembered Village, based on fieldwork in Rampura in southern India during the s, is considered a classic.
Srinivas found the roots of his future work in a. "[Srinivas] has described and analyzed life in Rampura in the late s with charm and insight. His book is enjoyable as well as illuminating In addition to the rich detail of village life and of a number of individual villagers, Srinivas gives us valuable insights into the nature of ethnographic research.
"The author has managed to combine successfully the professional approach of an anthropologist with that of a novelist to the description of an Indian village communitySrinivas has made a virtue out of the misfortune of losing all his field notes: The Remembered Village is a piece of art which is bound to become a classic of Indian ethnography."--T.
Scarlett Epstein, Times Higher. A visit to Kodagahalli, made famous as Rampura by the social anthropologist M.N. Srinivas in his book The Remembered Village, shows how caste relations have mutated in.
Jesús F. Cháirez-Garza Yet, transition might be the best concept to describe The Remembered Village () by M.N. Srinivas (). Written from memory after an arson destroyed his fieldwork notes and data, Srinivas’s book captures the life in an Indian village in He conducted fieldwork among the Coorgs and came out with his publication.
Religion and Society among the Coorgs of South India (). Dumont and Pocock consider the book as a classic in India’s sociology. It is in this work that Srinivas provides a basic structure of India’s traditions. T.N. Madan hails the publication in these words.
Jonathan Parry, and an Indian sociologist, M.N. Srinivas. Whilst Parry’ s work is concerned with a study of death rituals and the specialists concerned with the performance of the last rites (and the ‘business of death’), Srinivas’s book is a study of the Coor gs of Karnataka.
Chapters in Parry’ s book. About the Book Sanskritization', 'dominant caste', and 'vote bank' describe important aspects of Indian politics, society, and social life in the new millennium.
Interestingly, all three terms owe their genesis to one of India's most distinguished sociologists, M.N. Srinivas. Apart from his path-breaking work, Srinivas was instrumental in setting up two pioneering centers of sociology and. The book covers all aspects of Indian society, w.r.t religion, economy, reservation.
The contemporary image of the cast structure in India needs to be understood to better plan reforms and predict growth patterns of the economy.
The backward class movements and rural caste identities have changed a lot in the last 50 years.4/5(1). Collected Essays by M.N. Srinivas. The work of M.N. Srinivas occupies a position of seminal importance in the development of sociology and social anthropology in India.
His essays are remarkable for their methodological rigour and accessibility. This comprehensive collection of his essays is organized thematically into eight sections that reflect the vast terrain of his scholarship: Village.
Mr. Srinivas was the writer or a co-writer of 15 books, among them leading texts about caste, marriage and family and the changing role of women. Perhaps his best-known book, ''The Remembered.the Srinivas who researched Rampura in had been just an Oxford graduate student undertaking ﬁeldwork.
The Remembered Village has three parts. First, three opening chapters set the stage. Srinivas tells us how he found Rampura, partly through a sentimental desire to discover his own origins—his urbanized family.