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Research Papers of → Anthropology Department

  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.

    “Global and Local Crises in the Balance of Human-Environment Relationships: An Anthropological Study of the Impact of the Coal Industry in India,” 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,”,

    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