fluid and dynamic essence of caste as a social institution. Prisma, (c)1987 by Stuart Chant-Sempill. Personal Name: Srinivas, Mysore Narasimhachar. Contribution to Indian sociology and social anthropology edit, in the, frontline obituary he was described as India's most distinguished sociologist and social anthropologist. By Nils Hasselskog ; sammanställda av Göran. Note: Includes bibliographies and index. The dominant caste in a village is conspicuous by its: Sizeable numerical presence Ownership of land Political power Access to western education Jobs in administration Place in local caste hierarchy Marriage and Family in Mysore (1942) Religion and Society Among the Coorgs (1952) Caste. 4 Methodology edit As part of his methodological practice, Srinivas strongly advocated ethnographic research based on Participant observation, 5 but his concept of fieldwork was tied to the notion of locally bounded sites. It is a study based on the 11 months he spent in the village in 1948 and on subsequent visits until 1964. 2, he is mostly known for his work on caste and caste systems, Social stratification, Sanskritisation and Westernisation in southern, india and the concept of 'Dominant Caste'. It was strongly believed that an Indian sociology must lie at the conjunction of Indology and sociology.
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