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Internal Migration in Contemporary India
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Internal Migration in Contemporary India

  • Deepak K. Mishra - Professor, Centre for the Study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

© 2016 | 364 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd

A comprehensive analysis of the diverse experiences of migration in contemporary India.

This volume addresses the impact of migration on society, highlighting the interlinkages between individual and societal aspirations. It interrogates the role of the state and non-state agencies involved in various aspects of the life and livelihoods of migrant workers and provides a critical assessment of the policy frameworks and instruments affecting migration.

Focusing on the diverse aspects and types of internal migration, the book studies the exploitation and marginalization of migrants on the basis of class, caste, religion, gender, ethnicity and regional location in post-reform India.

 
Acknowledgements
Deepak K Mishra
Introduction: Internal Migration in Contemporary India—An Overview of Issues and Concerns
R B Bhagat
Nature of Migration and Its Contribution to India’s Urbanization
Meenakshi Thapan, Anshu Singh and Nidhitha Sreekumar
Women’s Mobility and Migration: An Exploratory Study of Muslim Women Migrants in Jamia Nagar, Delhi
Babu P Remesh
Migration and Marginalization: A Study of North East Migrants in Delhi
S Irudaya Rajan and Rikil Chyrmang
Labour Migration in the North East
Elizabeth Williams-Oerberg
Educational Migration among Ladakhi Youth
R.Vijay
Migration in Agrarian Classes: A Study based on Nine Villages in Andhra Pradesh
Amrita Datta
Migration from Contemporary Bihar
Surjit Singh
Migration and Punjab: Some Perceptions
Deepak K Mishra
Seasonal Migration from Odisha: A View from the Field
Anjali Borhade
Internal Labour Migration in India: Emerging Needs of Comprehensive National Migration Policy
 
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A comprehensive analysis of the diverse experiences of migration in contemporary India.

This volume addresses the impact of migration on society, highlighting the interlinkages between individual and societal aspirations. It interrogates the role of the state and non-state agencies involved in various aspects of the life and livelihoods of migrant workers and provides a critical assessment of the policy frameworks and instruments affecting migration.

Focusing on the diverse aspects and types of internal migration, the book studies the exploitation and marginalization of migrants on the basis of class, caste, religion, gender, ethnicity and regional location in post-reform India.

 

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ISBN: 9789351508571