2 edition of Christianity, ideology, and social change among tribals found in the catalog.
Christianity, ideology, and social change among tribals
Prakash Chandra Jain
Relates chiefly to the Bhils of Bānswāra and Dungarpur districts of Rajasthan.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -240) and index.
|LC Classifications||BR1156.B36 J35 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||95911602|
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Christianity, ideology, and social change among tribals: a case study of Bhils of Rajasthan. [Prakash Chandra Jain] -- Relates chiefly to the Bhils of Bānswāra and Ideology districts of Rajasthan. This book is a scholarly study of the history of Christianity in northeast India following the introduction of British rule in the s.
The focus is the Khasi-Jaintia area of the state of Meghalaya where the hill tribes were the first to be brought under British colonial rule and the influences of Christian.
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The "tribal religiously" continues even after their adoption of Christianity, but it is no smooth sailing. The Christian tribals have rights and duties as Christians on the one hand, and as tribals on the other. But the Sarna tribals have rights and duties only as tribals.
Some Important Characteristics of Tribal Religion The key characteristics of Tribal Religion are identified as the following1: (a) There is an absence of any written scripture in Tribal religion.
It is the religion of oral traditions. It is the religion of corporate 'memory' passed on from ge}'lerations.
The introduction of Christianity among the Hmar () exercised a profound impact in their traditional tribal society. The new religion which was preached and carried on the wings of culture had its own impact, values and Size: KB.
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The main objective of this paper is to assess the nature and growth of Missionary education in study of social change among the depressed classes in colonial Andhra. The missionary education played a crucial role in bringing social change among the downtrodden section in the 19th century. Though it was initiated in the need of proselytization File Size: KB.
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Such tribal communities were certainly ahead of others in respect of culture contact and social change. Conversely, the pace of social change is tardy among the primitive tribal communities who are more vulnerable, have less opportunity of interaction with advanced tribal communities and/or.
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The north-east tribals have accepted Christianity as their major faith; it is also found among the tribals of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Bihar. The indigenous tribal religion has split into several reform movements.
Fuchs reports about the mes- sainic movements among the tribals of central India. Christianity and Social Change in Northeast India A Study of the Role of Christianity in Social Change among the Khasi-Jaintia Hill Tribes of Meghalaya Snaitang, Dr.
Christianity really established a realm of mutual social support for the members that joined the church. And I think that this was probably in the long run an enormously important factor for the. Jain, P.C., Christianity, Ideology and Change (Jaipur: Rawat Publications (Jaipur: Rawat Publications, ), Social Movements Among Tribals (Jaipur: Rawat Publications Joyce, The Sikhs of Punjab: Unheard Voices of State and Guerrilla Violence (New Jersey: Zed Books, ) Prakasam G., Social Separatism: Scheduled Caste and the.
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“Through love, tribes have been intermixing colors to reveal a new rainbow world. And as more time passes, this racial and cultural blending will make it harder for humans to side with one race, nation or religion over another.”. SinghSP Ideas for Social Change: Life & Mission of Dr.
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Hence certain modes of thought among European scholars in Africa and their African counterparts have persisted, despite the many important economic and political. Christianity, ideology and social change among tribals: a case study of Bhils of Rajasthan by Jain, PC Planned development among tribals: a comparative study of Bhils and Minas.
Christianity has been responsible in changing the outlook of tribes in the fields of education, festivals, social and economic life. There is the view that impact of Christianity led to the disintegration of traditional and cultural values and also in the creation of caste like groups among tribes.
Some will embrace this change as they see benefit in the new relationship with education, health care, and profits. However some will not embrace the change among the tribe, as they see how this new friendship is causing destruction of their culture and way of life.
This continuing struggle is still being waged among many African tribes today. Gender implications of tribal customary law: the case of North-East India. ISBN:The book has to be read against the backdrop of renewed calls from many tribes for strengthening the customary law regime among the tribal communities of Northeast India.
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If anything, there's an argument to be made that neo-liberals have deformed Christian ideology, playing down allusions to social responsibility and placing the emphasis on individual charity. It's why in America, mega-church pastors live in mansions, preachers make millions off their broadcasting networks and televangelists sell their very own.
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