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Language shifts among the scheduled tribes in India

a geographical study

by M. Ishtiaq

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Published by Motilal Banarsidass Publishers in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • India.,
  • Ranchi (District),
  • Santhāl Pargana.,
  • Bānswāra (District),
  • East Nimar.,
  • Santhal Parganas,
  • East Nimar
    • Subjects:
    • Language attrition -- India.,
    • Language attrition -- India -- Ranchi (District),
    • Language attrition -- India -- Santhāl Pargana.,
    • Language attrition -- India -- Bānswāra (District),
    • Language attrition -- India -- East Nimar.,
    • Munda (Indic people) -- India -- Ranchi (District) -- Languages.,
    • Santal (South Asian people) -- India -- Santhal Parganas -- Languages.,
    • Bhil (Indic people) -- India -- Bānswāra (District) -- Languages.,
    • Kurku (Indic people) -- India -- East Nimar -- Languages.,
    • India -- Scheduled tribes.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-179) and index.

      StatementM. Ishtiaq.
      SeriesMLBD series in linguistics ;, v. 13
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP40.5.L282 I74 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 183 p. :
      Number of Pages183
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL157580M
      ISBN 10812081617X
      LC Control Number99933157

      Language Shifts Among the Scheduled Tribes in India: A Geographical Study. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. pp. 26– ISBN Retrieved 7 September ^ "Abstract of speakers' strength of languages and mother tongues –". Census Geographic distribution: South Asia and South . Language shifts among the scheduled tribes in India: a geographical study / M. Ishtiaq. P L I45 Acquisition reversal: the effects of postlingual deafness in Yoruba / .

      MIRANDA STEWART, The Spanish language today (rev. by J. M. Lipski) ROLAND J.-L. BRETON, Atlas of the languages and ethnic communities of South Asia (rev. by H. Schiffman) M. ISHTIAQ, Language shifts among the Scheduled Tribes in India: A geographical study (rev. by R. J.-L. Breton) TARIQ RAHMAN, Language, education, and culture. Symbolic values of foreign language use: from the Japanese case to a general sociolinguistic perspective / by Harald Haarmann. P J3 H3 Language shifts among the scheduled tribes in India: a geographical study / M. Ishtiaq.

      A predominant majority of the Scheduled Tribes in India continue to follow their traditional religion; nearly 75 million of the 84 million STs are followers of either Hinduism, Buddhism or one of the many sects like Sarna Dharma, Sari Dharma and Doni Polo, etc. But there are also about million Muslims and nearly 8 million Christians among them. Scheduled Tribes were different from the Scheduled Castes and their problems were also different from those of the Scheduled Castes. In recognition of this public perception, a new Ministry of Tribal Affairs was created in October, to provide a sharp focus to the welfare and development of Scheduled Tribes.


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The present work attempts to identify spatial patterns fo the extent and nature of language shifts among the tribal population in India. It provides social, economic and political dimensions of changing linguistic identity. Based on both secondary and primary data, some of the socio-economic variables have been statistically tested through Correlation and Regression to 3/5(1).

About the Book: The present work attempts to identify spatial patterns of the extent and nature of language shifts among the tribal population in India. It provides social, econom.

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13)Author: M. Ishtiaq. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ishtiaq, M., Language shifts among the scheduled tribes in India. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, The Dravidian languages are a language family spoken by more than million people, mainly in southern India and northern Sri Lanka, with pockets elsewhere in South Asia.

Since the colonial era, there have been small but significant immigrant communities outside South Asia in Mauritius, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Britain, Australia, and the United Geographic distribution: South Asia and.

Language Shifts Among the Scheduled Tribes in India by M. Ishtiaq Book Resume: The present work attempts to identify spatial patterns fo the extent and nature of language shifts among the tribal population in India.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Scheduled Tribes: Definition and Problems of Tribal People. Tribes of India are varied in terms of their socio-economic and political development. Some of them have changed through Hinduisation, and some through conversion to Christianity or other routes.

Some tribal people are in the transitional phase, while others are adhering to their old lifestyles. Bhili (Bhili: भीली) is a Western Indo-Aryan language spoken in west-central India, in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh. Other names for the language include Bhagoria and Bhilboli; several varieties are called is a member of the Bhil languages, which are related to Gujarati and language is written using the Language family: Indo-European, Indo.

Khubchandani () points out that tribes of the central belt of India over-powered by the major regional languages use their mother tongue only at home, whereas among the tribes from the Tibeto-Burman languages from the north-east, due to political movements for autonomous political power over the region, language shift is arrested.

Languages spoken in India belong to several language families, the major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages spoken by % of Indians and the Dravidian languages spoken by % of Indians. Languages spoken by the remaining % of the population belong to the Austroasiatic, Sino-Tibetan, Tai-Kadai and a few other minor language families and isolates.

About the Book:This book presents an insight into the historical perspective of Indian tribes, their demography, constitutional and legal provisions relating to various safeguards for their protection and development. It also fives information about their life, skills, art and culture.

Verma has served in the Government of Indian's Ministries of Home Affairs, Welfare as well as in. The Scheduled Tribes and Their India Politics, Identities, Policies, and Work Nandini Sundar and T.N.

Madan Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology. This work provides an overview of the major underlying themes in the study of tribes and adivasis in India; Essays bring together a mix of approaches and cover a large. Education Among Scheduled Tribes K. Sujatha* The Indian Constitution identifies for special consider-ation certain ethnic minority groups, traditionally re-ferred to as tribes or tribals, as Scheduled Tribes (STs) who constitute around 8 per cent of the total population of the country.

There are STs living in different parts of the Size: 1MB. ISHTIAQ, Language shifts among the scheduled tribes in India: A geograph-ical study.

(MLBD Series in Linguistics.) Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, Pp. xii, Rs $ Reviewed by ROLAND J.-L. BRETON Geography, University of Paris-8, (Vincennes - St Denis) 28, Les Figueras F Venelles, France roland. breton @fnac. net. The scheduled tribes constitute about % of the total population in India.

Although there is a large volume of anthropological literature describing the characteristics of and differences among Author: Aparna Mitra.

Other articles where Scheduled Tribe is discussed: Adivasi: have been known officially as Scheduled Tribes. In the early 21st century the Adivasi population of India was more than 84 million, with the majority living in the northeastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, and Nagaland.

Smaller numbers inhabit the hills and forests of central and southern India as well. Follow M. Ishtiaq and explore their bibliography from 's M. Ishtiaq Author Page. Source - Census of India, Literacy Trends of tribes in India Literacy is an important indicator of development among tribal groups.

The trend of literacy of tribes in India from to is shown in table – 3. The percentage of literacy of tribes was only per cent in which has increased to per cent in Adivasis (tribal groups) are socially excluded in India, facing discrimination on the basis of their ethnicity.

As a result, adivasis find themselves excluded from many aspects of day-to-day life including health services, economies and educational establishments.

Scheduled Tribes (STs) make up % of India’s population (Census, ). PACS also works with nomadic tribes. In the ancient period of India, the backward castes had been denied all kinds of social and economic endowments.

Hence, they had been lagging behind in the process of development. The social and economic deprivation among Scheduled Castes had been most common during pre and post-Independence. Therefore, there was a need of number of special. Title: Tribes in Ancient India Author Name: Bimala Churn Law Categories: India, History, Publisher: New Delhi, Gyan Books Pvt.

Ltd ISBN: Binding: Softcover Book Condition: New Seller ID: Keywords: Tribes in Ancient India Bimala Churn Law.Title: Legally Combating Atrocities on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Author Name: T.R. Naval Categories: India, Sociology, Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt.

Ltd.: ISBN: ISBN Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Seller ID: Keywords: Legally Combating .The present popular meaning of ‘Tribe’ in India refers to a category of people, included in the list of Scheduled Tribes. It has carried different connotations in different countries.

In none of the Indian language there were the term tribes. In India the term ‘tribe’ conveys a meaning of a bewildering and enchanting group of people.