Contents: Foreword,Preface,Biological anthropology in the service of man,Plant resources and human exploitation:estimation of Eco-balance,Somatoscopic variability among the male Bhoksa Tribals of Nainital district,Distribution of fork-index within the area of finger ball pattern,Anthropology: physical and cultural,Socio-economic changes in a banjara community,The deccan Indian neolithic(chalcolithic) an anthropological explanation,Indian anthropology: retrospect and prospect,Palmar dermatoglyphics in leukaemia patients,Studies on prehistoric potteries from Eastern India,Technical education and the deprived community,Inheritance of palmar creases,Newer perspectives in physical anthropology in India,Scope of statistics in anthropology is clerodendron lectin detecting a new blood factor,Evaluation of genetic polymorphism as a basis of quantitative variation of placental alkaline phosphatase,Blood groups incompatibility and infertility,Social structure and biological manifestations:the approach to understand man,Multi-dimensional development of folk culture as conditioned by environment,Creases in forensic and criminological investigation,Genetic markers and sex ratio,Serum proteins and mental retardation,Enzyme pseudocholinesterase and mental retardation,The new approaches to anthropology: archaeology as anthropology,Ecology and differential selection in man,Statistical methods in genetic anthropology and morpholo,Impact of caste and religion on the deciduous dental eruption in India,Ethnic situation in Island India: an appraisal.
Contents: Genetics,culture and environment in tribal health in India,Ethnicity,ethnic conflict and their genesis,North-East India-2000 A.D.-An anthropologist's viewpoint,The parajas: historical and contemporary scene,Impact of tradition on development of people of meithei laipak,The problems and prospects of some Island communities in India,India's cultural heritage-problems of conservation and preservation,Recent development in molecular biology of the homo sapien: the approach and relevence in the Indian context,Study of DNA content and some genetic markers during human senescence,Multivariate distance: new perspective and applications in anthropology,Prenatal diagnosis-an appraisal,Inbreeding effects on TOE print patterns and their heritability,Anthropometric somatotypes among santhals of district Midnapur,West India,Trends in studies of scheduled communities as reflected through content analysis of papers in anthropology sections of ISCA,Distribution of households by family type composition,Van vagris,Cultural remains from the eaarliest hominid site on Narmada,Problems related to typology of palaeolithic industries in South and Southeast Asia,The philosophy of survival and the choice of technology for India today.
Contents: Preface,Welcome address,Inaugural address,Key-note address,Presidential address,Section I Biochemical genetics and cytogenetics,Section 2 Human physique and body composition,Section 3 Human population genetics, Section 4 Human adaptations,Section 5 Human growth and development.
Contents: South Asian culture: the setting,South Asia; geographic definition,Peoples: a brief identification,Social structures, Economic structure,Religion,magic,folklore and art,Evolution of cultures today, Appendices, The tribal house patterns i South Asia, Specimen of folk and primitive, Technology of South Asia,Bibliography,Index.
Perspectives in primate biology,comprehensive volume of original papers on primate biology explore in depth some of the crucial issues that are emerging in prikmate studies. It focusses attention on the biological,social and ecological determinants that contribute to primate biology.Written by experts in various aspects of primatology,this volume is an indispensable treatise on primates and is also an appropriate reference source for experienced professionals and students. Perspectives primate biology features up-to date coverage of wide ranging accounts of promate studies and includes theoretical considerations as well as empirical results from the laboratory and the field. The volume consists of four sections: section i covers primate sensory modalities and perceptual processes. Ontogeny,genetics and evolution are discussed in section III while the final section IV examines the interrelationship of ecology,social behaviour and population.
Contents: Preface,Evolutionary radiations in humans and great apes,Classification,distribution and ecology of Indian macaques,Quantitative and experimental approaches to primate locomotion,The morphology,variability and function of the teeth of extant primates,Primate relationships,Blood group serology of apes and monkeys,Chromosomal evolution in malagasy prosimians,Functional differences between serum protein coded by codominant alleles at the transferrin and albumin loci in Macaca mulatta.
Contents: A review of variables affecting primate socialization,Food-sharing in primates,Sexual behaviour of the great apes,Primate social signals,Ecology and behaviour of the malagasy primates,Bringing experimentation to the field of primate vocalisation,The structure and usage of long calls in marmosets and tamarins,Cross-specific review of Asian colobine social organization and certain behaviours,Behaviour of the genus papio,Social behaviour of the lesser apes,Social structure and dynamics of the chimpanzee,Field studies of wild orang-utans current state of knowledge,A global overview of primate conservation,Behavioural phylogeny of rhesus monkeys in India,The successful captive breeding of endangered primates.
Contents: Contributors to this Volume, Prologue, Preface, 1. Preserving Biological Diversity: The Challenge to Conservation; 2. long-Term Studies on the Social Behavior of the Capuchin: Monkey; 3. Non-Human Primates and Their Conservation with Particular Reference to North Eastern India, 4. the Evolution of Primates in Asia: Old Debates and New Dilemmas, 5. Adaptive Radiation in the Higher Primate Evolution, 6. socioecology of Wild Orang-Utan; 7. Study on Sex Steroids in Menstrual Cycles of Rhesus Monkey, 8. Estrus and mating in the Great Apes, 9. Behavioral Dynamics among Primates; 10. Primate Behavioral Dynamics, 11. Responsiveness Toward novelty in Urban and Forest Reared Rhesus monkeys of Different Age Groups, 12. Conservation with Particular References to India, 13. Dominance Related Visual Attention Toward Adult Male Rhesus Monkeys in Free-Ranging Group; 14. Dominance Behavior and Activity Patterns of the delhi Zoological Park Lion-Tailed macaques, 15. Issues in the conservation of Macaca Mulatta in India, 16. Group Dynamics and Cohesiveness, 17. Development of Mother-Infant Relationship in Rhesus Monkeys in Natural Habitats, 18. Siwalik Neogene Palaeoprimatology, 19. Ontogeny of behavioral Dynamics Among Free-Ranging Rhesus Monkeys: Theory and Observations, 20. Sexual Behavior In Macaques, Index. ISBN:8170194090 xiv+222 Yr. of Pub.1992 Hard Bound English
Book Title: Vol. 4: Primates: The New Revolution (Perspectives in Primate Biology) Author: P K Seth and Swadesh Seth ISBN: 8170194090 Year of Publication: 1992 Number of Pages: xiv+222 Book Binding: Hard Bound Language: English
Contents: Introduction,Scientific methods in social investigation: logical analysis and research design,Psychological techniques and statistical methods to social research,Approaches to the study of tribal and folk culture,Approaches to the study of complex societies and civilization,Time perspective in the study of culture,Methodological problems in applied and action research.
Volumes of books and material are available on Survey Methodology, which are being used extensively by the Social Science Researchers. While for statisticians and experienced researchers, it is easy to refer available books and material, the beginners and those belong to other disciplines and are involved in Social Science Research, find it difficult to choose and adopt such techniques â€“ be it designing a survey, looking for relevant sampling methods or the sample size estimates.
A simple attempt on the field based experiences, which could serve purpose of day today decision making on survey methodologies to be understood and adopted for achieving the given objectives and provide the requisite results and estimates, is being attempted in this book by giving simple examples that could be understood by non-statistics background researchers. The emphasis is given on the methods that can be used by the Social Scientists with little statistical expertise and no sampling background. The book would also be helpful in proposal development, steps required for training and monitoring, besides providing guidance for data analysis and report preparation. The book mainly provides the steps to help researchers in dealing with field-based research, from beginning to the end.