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Includes bibls. - Contents: An ecological approach to sociology / Radhakamal Mukerjee; The ecological significance of caste / M. Gadgil and K.C. Malhotra; Ecology and social structure: a comparative analysis / Joan P. Mencher; The sacred uses of nature / Madhav Gadgil and V.D. Vartak; 'Jungle' in nature and culture / Michael R. Dove; Water and social structure: I The basis of community / R. Mukerjee; II Technology, management and control / Nirmal Sengupta; Canal irrigation and ecological change in colonial north India / Elizabeth Whitcombe; Common property resources and the rural poor / N.S. Jodha; Energy and the poor in an Indian village / Varun Vidyarthi; Overfishing the coastal commons: causes and consequences / John Kurien, T.R. Thankappan Achari; Civilizing the savage / Verrier Elwing; Colonialism and conflict in the Himalayan forest / Ramachandra Guha; Wildlife-human conflict in India: an ecological and social perspective / R. Sukumar; Technology, development and the environment: an analytical framework / A.K.N. Reddy; An Indian environmentalist's credo / Anil Agarwal.