Happiness and Farmers: The Social Ecology and Strategy

authored by: Sankar Kr Acharya, Sudipta Chandra, Monirul Haque & Amitava Biswas
ISBN: 9788119002276 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 144 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 13 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 354 GMS
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The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, adopted in 2015 with a total of 17 objectives to be achieved by 2030, primarily aim to ensure the well-being of all people, particularly those in rural areas who are experiencing accelerated marginalization. The goal of ensuring happiness has become increasingly important as a result. In order to attain happiness for disadvantaged communities, it is crucial to provide a guaranteed income, basic health and hygiene, minimal education, and social security. Happiness is a universal aspiration and every farmer in India desires it.

However, farmers in India are often portrayed as mere food producers who work for wages or income. Unfortunately, wages and income for small and marginal farmers are unpredictable, making it challenging for them to achieve a happy and prosperous life. The Indian farming sector is under constant stress due to unpredictable markets and fragile income, which makes it difficult for farmers to lead a happy life. India's position on the global happiness index is close to the bottom.

This book examines the conceptual heterogeneity of happiness and its importance for the physical and mental well-being of farmers. The well-being of farmers is crucial for sustaining food security and economic growth. The book is fascinating and insightful, providing a comprehensive analysis of the causes and consequences of farmer's unhappiness. Through a large sample of farmer respondents, the book examines their level of happiness and provides compelling evidence to support its arguments.

1. Introduction, 2. Literature and Citations, 3. Theory and Concept, 4. Social Ecology, 5. Research Methodology, 6. The Case Study, 7. Summary and Conclusion, 8. Future Scope, 9. Future scope of the Research

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