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Vol-6 Issue-4
1. Nature Talk
Waiting For A National Tribal Policy
2. Ethno - Pedagogy
3. Profile of a Humane Anthropologist
4. Megalithic Cultural tradition amongst the Khasi and Jaintia tribes of North-East India
5. Bio-Cultural Study Of Variation In Utilization Of Resources In Different Tribal Zones Of Orissa
6. Social transformation in a rural village of Gujarat
7. Resolution of Conflicts Over Land Resources: A Case of Nyishi Tribe in Arunachal Pradesh
8. Recontextualization of Legacy of Tribal Rebellion and Significance of PESA
9. Zomi Traditional Festivals And Sacrifices: An Analytical Study
10. Usha Deka
An Obituary

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Resolution of Conflicts Over Land Resources: A Case of Nyishi Tribe in Arunachal Pradesh
Tame Ramya

 

    

Traditional systems for conflicts resolutions in Arunachal Pradesh have been playing a major role to bring harmony and peace among members of the tribal society. These mechanisms are created within a socio-political structure of every tribe. They have been shaped by the realities that are happening in every tribe, making them unique to each tribe. Among Nyishi of Kurung Kumey district in Arunachal Pradesh conflict and conflict resolution mechanisms have never been static. They have been changing gradually over time as influenced by the nature and dynamics of the socio-political and economic activities. However, despite the fact that, traditional mechanisms contribute much to peace and security in promoting development, no thorough study has been done to underscore the nature of conflicts and their mechanisms for resolution among Nyishi tribe. Therefore, this paper tries to fill this gap by analysing the nature of land conflict and the mechanisms for their resolutions. The study applies qualitative approach in exploring the causes, nature of land conflict and the mechanisms of resolving them. Qualitative approach constitutes gathering of views and opinions of respondents about the nature of land conflict and their mechanism of resolving. Also, quantitative approach is used to supplement the information whereby numerical and statistical data could be gathered. The instruments used to collect data were interviews, focus group discussions and observation. The study population included experts for conflicts resolution and other members of the tribe.

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Articles in
Vol-6 Issue-4
1. Nature Talk
Waiting For A National Tribal Policy
2. Ethno - Pedagogy
3. Profile of a Humane Anthropologist
4. Megalithic Cultural tradition amongst the Khasi and Jaintia tribes of North-East India
5. Bio-Cultural Study Of Variation In Utilization Of Resources In Different Tribal Zones Of Orissa
6. Social transformation in a rural village of Gujarat
7. Resolution of Conflicts Over Land Resources: A Case of Nyishi Tribe in Arunachal Pradesh
8. Recontextualization of Legacy of Tribal Rebellion and Significance of PESA
9. Zomi Traditional Festivals And Sacrifices: An Analytical Study
10. Usha Deka
An Obituary

 

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