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The book favours comparative social research that communicates across cultural boundaries and encourages objective research by removing blind spots and biases...provides details of extensive research work in cooperatives and can serve as reference by sociologists and anthropologists in India and elsewhere. A very useful book for those involved in management of public administration.
An unusual compilation...based on the reflections on the structure of and changes in the social life of rural India.
The authors’ autobiographical narratives and fieldwork experiences are pointers to the sensitive and sensible issues that young researchers in agrarian sociology and development studies must attend to. The book is full of insightful observations and hence it will be quite useful not only for those who look forward to follow the path the two authors have traversed but also for all students and faculty of sociology and social anthropology.
Both the authors of the book have soaked themselves in the facts of events and the lives of people…. The book, which is in part a biographical account and in part a research study, is enriching because of a close examination of facts and lives of people…such innovation by the authors marks a change.