Agrarian Relations and Social Structure

Total Lectures

35

The Beginnings: Village Studies Tradition in India

Lectures

The Beginnings: Village Studies Tradition in India
External Influences: Robert Redfield and the Concept of Peasant society
Peasant studies in Indian sociology: marxism and the agrarian question
Theoretical debates: an overview
The mode of production debate in Indian agriculture
Agrarian structure on the eve of the British Rule I
Agrarian Structure on the Eve of the British Rule II
The Peasant and the Raj I
The Peasant and the Raj II
Indian Peasantry and the National Movement I
Indian Peasantry and the National Movement II
The political context of land reforms I
The Political Context of Land Reforms II
Land reform legislations: a sociological assessment i
Land Reforms Legislations : A Sociological Assessment II
Green revolution I
Green revolution II
Green Revolution : Implications for Agrarian Structure-I
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The place of agrarian labour I
The place of agrarian labour II
Labour migration: trends and implications I
Labour migration: trends and implications II
Telangana Movement
Bhoodan-Gramdan movement
The Naxalite Movement
Bharatiya Kisan Union
The Middle Peasant Thesis and Its Limitations
EPG-SOC-P05-M06-Typology of Peasant Movements
New issues in agrarian studies: contract farming, non-agricultural uses of land and land acquisition
The emergent discourse on displacement and resettlement: protests and governmental responses
Understanding contemporary ruralities I
Understanding contemporary ruralities II
The relevance, decline and possible renewal of agrarian studies I
The relevance, decline and possible renewal of agrarian studies II
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