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Published on June 30, 2011
Socio-Economic Dynamics in a Tank-Irrigated Rural Area in Contemporary Tamil Nadu, India
|Introduction: Socio-Economic Dynamics in a Tank-Irrigated Rural Area in Contemporary Tamil Nadu, India||・・・||FUJITA Koichi|
|Employment Structure and Rural-Urban Migration in a Tamil Nadu Village: Focusing on Differences by Economic Class||・・・||SATO Keiko|
|Goat-Rearing Practices and the Limited Effects of the SHG Program in India: Evidence from a Tamil Nadu Village||・・・||SATO Keiko|
|Self-Help Groups and the Rural Financial Market in South India: A Case of a Tamil Nadu Village||・・・||FUJITA Koichi
|Deterioration of the Informal Tank Institution in Tamil Nadu:
Caste-based Rural Society and Rapid Economic Development in India
|The Effects of Expansion of Private Wells on Rural Livelihood in Tank Intensive Watersheds: A Case Study in Upper Gundar River Basin, Tamil Nadu||・・・||SATO Takahiro
Periyar Ramasamy DURAIYAPPAN
|【書評 Book Reviews】|
|John Kleinan and Manon Osseweijer, eds. Pirates, Ports, and Coasts in Asia: Historical and Contemporary
Perspectives. Leiden: IIAS; Singapore: ISEAS, 2010, 299 p.
|Duncan McCargo. Tearing Apart the Land: Islam and Legitimacy in Southern Thailand. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2008, 264 p.
Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2010, 268p.
|Tsuda Koji. The Ethnography of “Chineseness”: Fieldwork in a Local
Town in Indonesia in the Era of Changing Order.
Sekaishisosha Co., Ltd., 2011, 373p.