Survival Instinct of Indian Villages: Migration Scenario

authored by: S K Acharya & Debdyuti Roy
ISBN: 9789361343346 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 110 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2024
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 10.72 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: PMW (PUBLISH MY WORK) | Weight: 340 GMS
INR 795.00 INR 716.00
This book will be available from 20-Jun-2024


migration, individuals, space, time, push factors, pull factors, covid-19 pandemic, desperation, attraction, aspiration, survival, human life process, rural social ecology, facts, perceptions, impacts

Migration refers to the movement of individuals across space and time in response to push and pull factors. The COVID-19 pandemic has witnessed heart-wrenching instances of migration, with both push and pull factors exerting a terrible desperation and attraction. On the other hand, migration has become a natural part of the human life process, blending both aspiration and survival. This book delves deeper into the elicitation of facts, perceptions, factors, and impacts of migration in the realm of rural social ecology. The detailed empirical interpretation of the causes of migration, coupled with strong conceptual inputs, makes this book an essential read for scholars, faculty members, research organizations, and professionals across various disciplines.

1. Introduction 2.Citation and Literature 3. Setting and Social Ecology 4. Research Methodology

5. The Case Study and Visualization 6. Summary and Conclusion 7. Future Scope of the Study

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