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Research Papers of Anthropology Department
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1 Pramanik, R. Including the Socially Excluded: Experiences of the Inmates of an Orphanage in Western Odish, Jhargram, Kolkata S. Gregory (ed.), On Sustainable Development: Praxis and Perspectives, INCAA 2016
2 Behera, D.K Tribal Children and their Childhood: An Introduction Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies Vol-X(Tribal Children and their Childhood) New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company 2015
3 Pramanik, R. ā€œGlobal and Local Crises in the Balance of Human-Environment Relationships: An Anthropological Study of the Impact of the Coal Industry in India,ā€ in, pp.221-240, 2015. Thomas Reuter (ed.), Averting a Global Environmental Collapse: The Role of Anthropology and Local Knowledge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library: UK 2015
4 Pramanik R. Play Time rather than Screen Time: Activities of the Binjhal Children of West Odisha Social Vision, 1(4) 2015
5 Behera, D.K. Health in the Context of Tribal Culture: An Introduction Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies Vol-IX(Health in the Context of Tribal Culture) New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company 2014
6 Ratnawali Dietary Intake and nutritional status of the tribal population of Gujarat. 2014 Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies, edited by Deepak Kumar Behera, Vol 9,Concept Pub Com 2014
7 Murmu, S.C. Santal Durbar and Its Democratic Role PlayingADIVASI, Journal of SC & ST Research and Training Institute, Bhubaneswar, Vol.-54 (2 2014
8 Behera, D.K. Dams, Development and the Exclusion of the Indigenous Groups: A Case from Odisha Uwe Skoda et al. (eds) Navigating social exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond. Anthem Press 2013
9 Pramanik, R. Free and Compulsory Education: Does it Include the Marginalized People of India The Oriental Anthropologist, 13(2) 2013
10 Pramanik, R. Socially Excluded Children: Listening to the Experiences of the Inmates of the Institutional Care Sociology Study (USA), 03(09) 2013
11 Pramanik, R. Chronicles of the Royal Family of Bonai, Odisha Manohar Publishing Company: New Delhi 2013
12 Behera, D.K. Encounters with Talsa: Worship and Healing Practices for Measles among a Rural-Urban Migrant Santal Tribal Community in Orissa, India,ā€, Mankind Quarterly, 52 (3-4), Washington D.C 2012
13 Behera, D.K., Mishra,S & Babu, B. Socialisation and gender bias at the household level among school-attending girls in a tribal community of the Kalahandi district of Eastern India Anthropological Notebooks,18 (2) 2012
14 Ratnawali Morbidity and Expenditure on Health by Rural Population of Gujarat Journal of Health Management Vol.14, No.3 2012
15 Ratnawali Industrial Growth and Deprivation: A Paradox of Developmental Strategy Population, Development and Environment. A Contemporary Debate; edited by Tara Devi Singh,A.P.Mishra, A. K. Singh, A. K. Roy and Narendra Verma. Concept Publishing Com 2012
16 Murmu, S.C. Nature-based Ol Chiki and Santal Ethno-nationalism ADIVASI, Journal of SC & ST Research and Training Institute, Bhubaneswar, Vol-52 2012
17 Pramanik, R. Commodification of Indigenous Knowledge: It's Impact on Ethno-medicine IOSR, Journal of Computer Engineering, 07(4) 2012
18 Pramanik, R. Educational Performance of Tribal Students in Schools Managed by the State Government in Western Orissa, India D. Pulla Rao (ed.), Development of Scheduled Tribes in India: Policies and Programmes, New Delhi: Serials Publications 2012
19 Pramanik, R. School Children in Eastern India: Negotiating Time and Space The Oriental Anthropologist, 12(1) 2012
20 Behera, D.K. Extending Ethnographic Research with Children in the Asia-Pacific Region , Special Issue of The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 12 (5) 2011
21 Behera, D.K. & Nath, N. Provisions of the Rights of the Child in the Context of an Eastern India City: A Critical Assessment Raja Reddy Kalluri (ed.) Contemporary Indian Society. New Delhi: Sipra Publishing Company 2011
22 Behera, D.K. & Waterson, R. Extending Ethnographic Research with Children in the Asia-pacific Region, Vol. 12 and No.5 Special Issue of the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Routledge 2011
23 Behera, D.K. Introduction: Extending Ethnographic Research with Children in the Asia-Pacific Region The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 12 (5) 2011
24 Behera, D.K. Provisions of the Rights of the Child in the Context of an Eastern India City: A Critical Assessment in Raja Reddy Kalluri (ed.) Contemporary Indian Society. New Delhi: Sipra Publishing Company 2011
25 Pramanik, R. The Adolescent Girl-Child and Victim of Cultural Stereotypes in India: A Study from Sambalpur City Trayectorias (INNSO) Mexico, 13(32) 2011
26 Pramanik, R. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) among School-going Children: A Technological Intervention Journal of Education and Practice (IISTE) Beijing, 2 (10) 2011
27 Pramanik, R. Development as an Alternative to Livelihood: Social Consequences and Concerns Indian Journal of Rural and Urban Development, 01 (1) 2011
28 Ratnawali Supplementary Nutrition to Women and Children: A Situational Analysis of Anganwadis in the tribal areas of Gujarat Social Change, 40 (3) 2010
29 Ratnawali Reproductive Health: Perception and Practices among Tribal Women of Gujarat Bio- medical Anthropology edt by R. K. Mutatkar, A. K. Danda and Vikas Bhatt, Aryan International, New Delhi 2010
30 Ratnawali Tribal Women's Health Issues in Rights Perspective: Some Insights from Gujarat Gender and Human Rights. Narratives on Micro-Macro Relities edt. By Bishnu C Barik, Pushpesh Kumar and Usha S. Sarode, Rawat Public 2010
31 Ratnawali The Body in Construction of Identity a book review of Living the Body: Embodiment, Womenhood and Identity in Contemporary India by Meenakshi Thapan at www.esocialsciences.com 2010
 
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