This Volume Is A Compilation Of A Series Of Lectures Delivered By The Eminent Social Anthropologist M. N. Srinivas. These Lectures Have Been Widely. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Feb 1, , Satish Deshpande and others published M.N. Srinivas on sociology and social change in. The Indian rural society has undergone considerable change in the recent past, The important features of the Indian social structure are- predominant rural.
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Abhi rated it liked it Dec 14, This important difference reveals the importance of relational power and dominance and the pervasiveness of the structure of caste.
Even if I fail in achieving the goal which is possibleI shall be glad on I read this book in the process of failing. Srinivas attracted the best talent to the department and built it into one of the leading departments in the country in the field, combining sociology with social anthropological approaches.
Social Change in Modern India
While concepts like Sanskritization and Westernization have helped the understanding of complex, often seemingly contradictory trends in society, Prof. I chose ‘sociology’ as my optional subject for civil service exam out of interest.
Equally important, especially from a reader’s view point, is his empirical approach to illustrate the ideas. This book has changed the way I see my home, town, state and nation forever.
In Februaryh e was invited to Delhi University to establish and head the Department of Sociology at the Delhi School of Economics, which was recognised as a centre for advanced study in The long essays on three important subjects- sanskritization, westernization and secularization have been dealt with great insight of M. Ashita rated it really liked it Jan 20, No eBook available Orient Blackswan Amazon.
He formulated a new syllabus for the department and built it into a reputed centre of socio-anthropological teaching and research.
Srinivas has written about how, as an “overprotected Brahmin boy”, he experien ced his first “culture shocks not more than fifty yards from the back wall of our house In retrospect, it is not surprising that I became an anthropologist, an anthropologist all of whose fieldwork was in his own country. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In his interview to Fuller, Srinivas spea ks of this period as one of both intellectual excitement and growth.
Emphasizing a sense of agency, Srinivas characterizes these Indian elites as creative interpreters and selectors of European values and criticisms. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Though these essays have become decades old now, the book remains a work worth reading for multiple times.
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This book not only provides a solid base to the subject, but also enlightens the reader about social happenings in India in a structured way. Its competitor at the Delhi School was the Economics Department which had an array of distinguished economists such as K.
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Srinivas demonstrates how sanskritization and westernization was a process by which secular forms of rank exhibited by capital, political indis, and education and ritual rank caste, ritual, performance, relational power came to terms with one another.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Common terms and phrases all-India areas Arya Samaj Backward Classes Backward Classes Movement Banaras Bengal Beteille bhajans Bombay Brahmins British rule caste groups caste system census cent changes Christianity claim Cohn Coorgs culture economic elite Gujarat Harijans harikathas hierarchy high castes Hindu Hinduism Ibid ideas important increased Indian society instance institutions Irschick jatis Kerala Kshatriya labour land landowning large number lineages Lingayats low castes lower castes M.
At Oxford, Srinivas worked under the two leading anthropologists of the day, A. Ajay Bhargav rated it really liked it Aug 05, Social Change in Modern India by M.
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Social Change in Modern India by M.N. Srinivas
No trivia or quizzes yet. Srinivas deals with the problem of changing values in Indian society today. Srinivas’ essay on the study of one’s own society continue to engage scholars, opening the way to an understanding of sociological writing itself as a text.