Kolkata: Anthropological Survey of India, 2012. — 364 p. — ISSN: 2277-436XThe Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India is the official organ of the Anthropological Survey of India, which is published biannually. It publishes original papers in all areas of anthropology and allied disciplines. It also publishes review papers, research notes, brief communications and book reviews.Jagdalpur A Town in a Tribal Setting. Cultural Genocide: A necessary concept in Anthropology today? Understanding mental health as a function of social vulnerabilities in a disaster situation: evidence from recurrent flooding in Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh. The traditional knowledge system: some issues among the Lepchas of Dzongu, North Sikkim. Indian Anthropological Museums: social awareness and educational role. Mitochondrial DNA single Nucleotide position 16189 Polymorphism and Type 2 Diabetes in Central Indian population. Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes and obesity in Gangadikara Vokkaligas of Mysore, Karnataka. Marital distance and genetic structure among the Mullukuruman of Kerala. Prevalence of hypertension among Santal individuals addicted to alcohol. Prevalence of sickle cell anemia among the school students of Nagpur city. Demographic features, consanguinity, marital distance and cultural traits of Kurichians, a matrilineal tribe in Kerala State. Implementation of forest rights act in Odisha: An anthropological understanding to upgrade the livelihood of tribal people. Cooperatives, welfare societies and self-help group for promoting handicraft industry and role of Sikkimese women. A study on traditional knowledge of Santal with special reference to their health, disease and ethno-medicine. The syncretism of Mazar Pahad in Great Andaman. Finger dermatoglyphics of the Gadaba tribe of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.
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