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Dr. Navaneeta Rath

Navaneeta Rath Name : Dr.   Navaneeta Rath
Designation : Professor
Qualification : M.A, Ph.D, Post doctoral (University of Wuppertal, Germany)
Phone No. : +91-9437211588
E-mail ID : navaneeta(dot)rath (at)gmail(dot)com
  • Sociology of Gender
  • Child Rights and Sociology of Education
  • Child Rights and Sociology of Education
  • Sociology of Globalisation
  • Sociology of Environment and Climate Change
  • Research Methodology
  1. Guidance :
    1. MPhil Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Topic of MPhil Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome(In 100 Words)
      1 ATASHI RATH Impact of Farmer Suicide on Farming Households
      2 Trusha Nibarini Rout Women in Urban Informal Sector: A Study in the City of Bhubaneswar
      3 Biswaranjan Jena Challenges and Changes among Transgender Population
      4 Debabrati Dash A Situation Analysis of Adolescent Girls in Bhubaneswar
      5 Truptirekha Patra Universalisation of Education among Tribal Children through Innovative Education: A Study at Kaptipada
      6 Rahul Mohanty A Study of the Rehabilitation Process of the Surrendered Naxals in the state of Odisha
      7 Goutam Pradhan Movements among Sugarcane Workers of Nayagarh District: A Sociological Analysis
      8 Chinmayee Mishra Energy, Environment and Empowerment of Women: A Case Study in Dhenkanal District
      9 Swati prava Rath Habisha and Habishyalis: The Ritual and the Ritualists:A Sociological Insight
      10 Punam Dhal Disaster and Disabled Children: A Sociological Analysis
      11 Satwik Patnaik Perception and Participation of People in AYUSH Health Care System : A Study from Odisha
      12 Padlam Nayak Bhumia Tribe of Malkangiri: A Sociological Insight
      13 Sonali Yagyaseni Dalai Beggary as a Survival Strategy for the Urban Poor: A Sociological Study
    2. PhD Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Registration No Name of the Co-guide if any Fellowship received if any during research Topic of PhD Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome(In 100 Words)
      1 Sasmita Panda 2015 ` No.14/CS/2015 NO Handwoven Khandua Saree in Maniabandha and Nuapatna in the Era of Globalisation: A Sociological Study
      2 Bandana Das 2014 ` NO Impact of Integrated Child Development Services on the Development of Mother and Child in Rrual Odisha
      3 Nandini Basu Sen 2012 ` Regd.No.1-Social Work,2012-2013 Prof. Kalyani Mohanty, Former Prof. In P.M.I.R.,Utkal University NO Social Protection for Informal Workers: A Study of Sanitation Workers in Bhubaneswar City
      4 Atashi Rath 2009 ` Regd.No.05-Sociology, 2009-10 NO Farmer’s Suicide in Odisha: a Sociological Analysis
      5 Suchitra Nayak 2005 ` NO Women Elites in Panchayati Raj Institutionsin Odisha: A Study in Nischintkoili Block of Odisha
      6 Jayanti Dey 2004 ` NO Pre School Education through I.C.D.S.: a Study in Mayurbhanj District
  2. Journal Publications :
    1. International Publications:
      1 Mohapatra, Umakanta Voluntarism In Odisha: The Indigenous And Exogenous Traits , International Journal of Recent Scientific Research Vol-9, issue-2, 2018-19
      2 Pandey, Annapurna The Role of Non State Actors in Ensuring Indigenous Right to Education in an Era of Neo liberalism: an Experiential Account from India, ABYA YALA, REVISTA SOBRE ACESSO À JUSTIÇA E DIREITOS NAS AMÉRICAS Dossier,BRASÍLIA Vol-2, issue-1, ISSN-2526-6675, 2017-18
      3 Kumar, Renuka Bringing Higher education from Far to nearin India: The Role of Distance Education in World Wide International Journal of Recent Scientific Research Vol-4, issue-1, 2017-18
      4 Panda, Sasmita Traditional Hand-woven Khandua of Nuapatna and Maniabandha -A Navigation into its Ancestry and Analyzing the Present in International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education Vol-3, issue-4, ISSN-2395-4396, 2016-17
      5 Mishra, Subhra Globalisation and Consumer Rights: the Developments, Debates and Defence, GE-International Journal of Management Research Vol-5, issue-4, 2016-17
      6 Mishra, Subhra Gender Divide in Science: Breaking the Glass Ceiling in International Journal of Research in Sociology and Anthropology (IJRSA) Vol-3, issue-1, ISSN-2454-8677, 2016-17
      7 Rath, Atasi Farmers’ Suicide: Trends and Trials In International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2016-17
      8 Rath, Navaneeta Impact of Globalization on the Urban Informal Economy: A Study of the Women Craft Workers of Odisha, Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR) Vol-2, issue-6, ISSN-2454-1362, 2015-16
      9 Satpathy, J. Proclaiming Neurosocionomics, SSRN 2016-17
      10 ) Energy Use Pattern in the Poor Households and Its Impact on Women’s Empowerment: a Study in the Urban Slums of Bhubaneswar IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science Vol-21, issue-5, ISSN-2279-0837, 2016-17
      11 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. Neurosocio - Economic Inquisition into Absenteeism issue-(2015)., ISSN-2701184, USA., 2015-16
      12 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. Behavioural Inquisition into Absenteeism, Cognitive Social Science eJournal, SSRN - Abstract: 2698575, USA. Vol- International Technology and Innovation Research Journal, Vol.1,, issue-2 June,15, 2015-16
      13 The Realities of Women Rights in the Craft Sector: Some Observations Vol-, RAICE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 2012-13
      14 Rath, Navaneeta The Realities of Women Rights in the Craft Sector: Some Observations. RAICE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2011-12
    2. National Publications:
      1 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. (2015). Behavioural Inquisition into Absenteeism, Cognitive Social Science eJournal, SSRN - Abstract: 2698575, (December 3, 2015), USA.
      2 Women’s Empowerment in the 21st Century India: Vision and Realities, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research,ISSN:2277-7881:Impact factor-2.735,IC Value: 5.16 , Volume2, Issue12(2), November 2013.
      3 INCLUDING THE EXCLUDED THROUGH AFTER CARE: THE ODISHAN EXPERIMENT AND EXPERIENCE WITH THE AGING OUT ORPHAN GIRLS FROM THE CARE HOMES, http://ssrn.com./abstract=2395362, dt. 13-2 2014.
      4 Child Poverty Among Girls: Scenario and Solutions in International Journal of Contemporary Research in Social Science (ISSN: 2349-0195) August Issue,2014.
      5 Inclusive Governance, Panchayats and Women’s Empowerment: Ideas, Issues and Interventions in Panchyatraj Divas special Orissa Review ISSN 0970-8669 March ,2015 edition.
      6 Education of Adolescent Girls in the Knowledge Society of India: Issues and Interventions in India Education Review, http://www.indiaeducationreview, April,2015.
      7 Abused Children in Schools: The Need and Means of Counseling, Journal of Social Work Research, July,2015.
      8 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. (2015). Clinical Reflections On Some ModelsIn Absenteeism, International Technology and Innovation Research Journal, Volume 01, Issue 02, Edition 01, June 2015, Sydney,Australia.
      9 Child Poverty: The Shocking Ins and Outs, International Journal of Development Research  http://www.journalijdr.com/Volume-5, Issue-7July,2015.
      10 Agenda and Achievements of Smart Economics in India: A Critical Review, published in the special issue on women on the 68th independence day, in Social Vision, August,2015.
      11 National Initiatives for Protection of Consumer Rights: The Indian Experience, in Geetanjali Dash edt. Globalisation and Consumer Rights,2012.
      12 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. (2015). Neurosocio - Economic Inquisition into Absenteeism, (December 9, 2015), SSRN: Abstract: 2701184, USA.
      13 Satpathy, J. and Rath, N. (2015). Voyage into Neuro-
      Absenteeism http://ssrn.com/abstract:273339.
      14 Enabling and Empowering Women to Encounter Climate Change: The role of Social Capital in Current Development Reporter,2013.
      15 Integration or Isolation: Women craft Workers in the Era of Globalisation in Madhya Pradesh Journal of Sociology,2014.
      16 Women in Rural India, Vision, Vol. VIII, No.3 & 4, 1989, Journal of the Institute of economics & Social Studies, Bhubaneswar.
      17 Planned Proposal for Employment and Income Generation among Rural Women: A Historical and Analytical Study, Journal of Historical and Social Analysis, Vol. IV, No.6, 1991, Journal of the Centre of Advance Studies in History and Culture, Bhubaneswar.
      18 Women specific Social Legislations in India and Germany: A Comparative Study. Occasional Paper No.: 10, N.C.D.S., Bhubaneswar, 1994.
      19 Development Scenario of Women in Orissa, Occasional Paper No. 18, N.C.D.S., Bhubaneswar, 1995.
      20 Women Social Movements in India, Occasional Paper No.20, N.C.D.S., Bhubaneswar, 1995.
      21 Rural Development Programmes and Awareness of Rural Women, Women & Dev elopement, Edited by Dr.(Mrs) B. Mohanty, Mayur Publications, 1996.
      22 A Study of the Promises and Performances of Mahila Banks in Orissa, Occasional Paper No. 30, NCDS, 1996.
      23 Alternative Approaches to Poverty Eradication among Rural Women in India: The role of Welfare Economics in Public Policy. The Journal of Public Policy Studies, Vol.6, 1999.
      24 Health for All by 2000 AD with Special Reference to Drug Abuse: Role of Women, The Journal of Public Policy Studies, Vol.7, 2000.
      25 Reservation of Seats for Women in the Panchayati Raj Institutions in Orissa: The Existing Problems and The Emerging Tasks, Vision, 1996.
      26 Rural Development Programmes and Awareness of Rural Women in Bedabati Mohanty (edt.) Development of Women: Present Status and Future Strategy, Mayur Publications, 1996, ISBN: 81-86040-56-0.
      27 The Paradox Women Empowerment: Expectations and Experiences of the Tribal Women in an Urban Slum in Mandakini Das and Pritirekha Daspattanayak (edt) Empowering Women: Issues, 13 Challenges and Strategies, Dominant Publishers and Distributers Pvt. Ltd., 2009 ISBN: 978-81-908492-1-0.
      28 Reducing Child Poverty in Tribal Areas: The Need for Health Reform in ICMR Research Forum Journal, 2012.
      29 The Realities of Women Rights in the Craft Sector: Some Observations, RAICE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL,2012.
      30 Farmer Suicide in India: Scenario and Solution in Current Development Reporter,2013.
      31 Women in New Economic Frontiers: The Women Corporate Professionals of Odisha,in the Journal of Extension Education, Vol. XVII, No. 1.2012,ISSN 0976-8246.
      32 After Care for Aging out Inmates From Care Homes : The Odishan Experiment and Experience, Odisha Review, ISSN 0970-8669April- May ,2014 edition.
      33 Mohapatra Umakanta, and Sucheta Priyabadini Genesis of Voluntarism in Odisha: A Socio-Archaic Trace, In , the Eastern Anthropologist Vol-71, issue-1-2, 2018-19
      34 Panda, Sasmita Over viewing the Literature on Handlooms and Detecting the Grey Areas in Desh Vikash Vol-4, issue-2, ISSN-2394-1782, 2017-18
      35 Gender Budgeting: A Means to Attain Gender Equality in Mahila Prastitha, International Multidisciplinary Journal of Women and gender Studies Vol-1, issue-4, ISSN-2454-7891, 2015-16
      36 Basu(Sen), Nandini, and Mohanty, Kalyani Sanitation Workers in India: Indispensability vrs. Invisibility, Social Vision Vol-3, issue-1, 2016-17
      37 Agenda and Achievements of Smart Economics in India: A Critical Review, published in the special issue on women on the 68th independence day, in Social Vision 2015-16
      38 Abused Children in Schools: The Need and Means of Counseling, Journal of Social Work Research 2015-16
      39 Education of Adolescent Girls in the Knowledge Society of India: Issues and Interventions in India Education Review 2014-15
      40 Inclusive Governance, Panchayats and Women’s Empowerment: Ideas, Issues and Interventions in Panchyatraj Divas special Orissa Review ISSN-0970-8669, 2014-15
      41 Integration or Isolation: Women craft Workers in the Era of Globalisation in Madhya Pradesh Journal of Sociology 2013-14
      42 Planned Proposal for Employment and Income Generation among Rural Women: A Historical and Analytical Study, Journal of Historical and Social Analysis Vol-IV, issue-6, 1990-91
    3. Review Articles(State Level Publications):
  3. Conference Publication(Presented/Published in proceedings):



    1. Presented/Published in proceedings
      1 Rath Navaneeta and Mishra Subhra (2019) Technical Education and Women’s Empowerment in India: Challenges, Changes and Choices in T Gopinath, Sindhu K.K(Ed.) Wellness, Skill Development and Women Empowerment, Shipra publications, ISBN: 9788193838273
      2 Rath Navaneeta and Patra, Amita(2018)Gender Divide to Gender Development: A Reflection on the Discourses and the Dilemmas in SIRD published book on Gender and Development
      3 Contextualising Feminism in India’s Past and Presentin Urmimala Das edt. Marxist Feminism and Women Empowerment in India
      4 Rath,Navaneeta(2018) Social Inclusion Policies and Programmes for the Transgender Population: A National perspective accepted for the U.G.C. sponsored national Seminar organized by the Department of Sociology, Sambalpur University,Odisha
      5 Rath,Navaneeta(2017),Human Rights and Women: Existing Challenges and Response Needed, U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Sociology, Ravenshaw University
      6 Rath,Navaneeta(2017) Community Property to Corporate Property: Resource Conflict and its Impact on the Tribals, U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Social sciences,F.M.University
      7 Rath Navaneeta and Soren, Sasmita(2017)Industrialization and Indigenous Rights: Miracles vs. Miseries ,U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Sociology, Sambalpur University
      8 Rath Navaneeta and Pandey Annapurna(2017) The Role of Non State Actors in Ensuring Indigenous Right to Education in an Era of Neo liberalism: an Experiential Account from India at the International Conference of Social Anthropology “World in Motion”at OTTAWA,
      9 Rath Navaneeta and Rath Atasi(2016) Women’s Participation in Post Independence Odisha Politics pp.68-77 in Gitanjali Dash edt. Politics of Under development, ISBN:978-93-8315-851-5
      10 National Initiatives for Protection of Consumer Rights: The Indian Experience, in Geetanjali Dash edt. Globalisation and Consumer Rights
      11 The Paradox Women Empowerment: Expectations and Experiences of the Tribal Women in an Urban Slum in Mandakini Das and Pritirekha Daspattanayak (edt) Empowering Women: Issues, 13 Challenges and Strategies, Dominant Publishers and Distributers Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 978-81-908492-1-0
      12 Rath, Navaneeta(1996) Rural Development Programmes and Awareness of Rural Women, Women & Developement, Edited by Dr.(Mrs) B. Mohanty, Mayur Publications
  1. Edited Books :
    1 Women in India: A Search For Identity (Co-edited), Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1999, ISBN: 81-261-0450-3
    2 Gender and Social Exclusion: Some Reflections (edt. with co-editors), Abhijit Publications, New Delhi, 2012, ISBN: 978-93-5074001-9
    3 A Training Manual for Gender Training in Oriya Language (Co-authors), Published by OPEPA, Govt. of Odisha, 2012
    4 Gender Studies ( Study Module), For Utkal University D.D.C.E. 2014
    5 Translated a book into Oriya on International Productive Practices Exchange in Education: Prepared by Social Research Educational Institution, London University, Sponsored by European Union Community Fund and coordinated by Save the Children
    6 Women in Indian Politics: Tradition, Transition and Transformation(co edited), Accepted by Mittal for Publication
    7 Puri Gazetteer, GA Department, Government of Odisha, Consultant Editor,2016
    8 Understanding Gender Responsive Budgeting(edt.), Mayur Publications,2019
  2. Text Books :
    1 Contributed to N.C.E.R.T. Text Book on Sociology at +2 level to as a member of the editorial board., N.C.E.R.T.,2001
    2 A Module on Non-Institutional Child Care (Co-authored), Task Force, Govt. of Odisha, 2012.
    3 Gender and Society, Published by Mayur Publications Bhubaneswar,ISBN:978-81-89626-50-1,2014
    4 Sociology of Development (Study Module), For Utkal University D.D.C.E. 2015
    5 Sociology of Globalisation ( Study Module), To be submitted to Utkal University D.D.C.E.
    6 Women in Rural Society: A Quest for Development, M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1996, ISBN: 81-855880-89-1
    7 Globalisation: Dynamics, Developments and Discourses, Kalyani Publishers,2017, ISBN-10: 9327283740
    8 Urban Sociology, Kalyani Publications,2018
  3. Book Chapters :
    1 Rath, Navaneeta(1996) Rural Development Programmes and Awareness of Rural Women, Women & Dev elopement, Edited by Dr.(Mrs) B. Mohanty, Mayur Publications
    2 Rath, Navaneeta(2009)The Paradox Women Empowerment: Expectations and Experiences of the Tribal Women in an Urban Slum in Mandakini Das and Pritirekha Daspattanayak (edt) Empowering Women: Issues, 13 Challenges and Strategies, Dominant Publishers and Distributers Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 978-81-908492-1-0
    3 Rath, Navaneeta(2012) National Initiatives for Protection of Consumer Rights: The Indian Experience, in Geetanjali Dash edt. Globalisation and Consumer Rights
    4 Rath Navaneeta and Rath Atasi(2016) Women’s Participation in Post Independence Odisha Politics pp.68-77 in Gitanjali Dash edt. Politics of Under development, ISBN:978-93-8315-851-5
    5 Rath Navaneeta and Patra, Amita(2018)Gender Divide to Gender Development: A Reflection on the Discourses and the Dilemmas in SIRD published book on Gender and Development
    6 Rath Navaneeta(2018) Contextualising Feminism in India’s Past and Present in Urmimala Das edt. Marxist Feminism and Women Empowerment in India
    7 Rath Navaneeta and Mishra Subhra (2019) Technical Education and Women’s Empowerment in India: Challenges, Changes and Choices in T Gopinath, Sindhu K.K(Ed.) Wellness, Skill Development and Women Empowerment, Shipra publications, ISBN: 9788193838273
  4. Research Books :
  1. Workshops:
    1 The Role of Non State Actors in Ensuring Indigenous Right to Education in an Era of Neo liberalism: an Experiential Account from India at the International Conference of Social Anthropology “World in Motion”at OTTAWA, 3rd May
  2. Seminars:
    1 Social Inclusion Policies and Programmes for the Transgender Population: A National perspective accepted for the U.G.C. sponsored national Seminar organized by the Department of Sociology, Sambalpur University,Odisha
    2 Industrialization and Indigenous Rights: Miracles vs. Miseries ,U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Sociology, Sambalpur University
    3 Human Rights and Women: Existing Challenges and Response Needed, U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Sociology, Ravenshaw University
    4 Community Property to Corporate Property: Resource Conflict and its Impact on the Tribals, U.G.C. Sponsored National seminar at the Department of Social sciences,F.M.University
  1. Teaching:
  2. Important Activities:
  3. Research Projects Undertaken:
    1 Social Assessment Study (Phase-I) in Gajapati ,World Bank, 1995(P.I.)
    2 Social Assessment Study (Phase-II) in Bolangir, Kalahandi & Dhenkanal Districts of World Bank, 1996(P.I.) for DPEP
    3 Social Assessment Study (Phase-III) in Bargarh District of Orissa for DPEP,World Bank, 1997(P.I.)
    4 A Pilot Project on the Micro-enterprises engaged in the Traditional Handicraft Sector ILO, 2000(P.I.)of Orissa,
    5 Status Report on Health and Education of Seventeen Watershed Villages of Orissa,German Agro Aid, 2002(P.I.)
    6 Quality education among Marginalized & Weaker Sections : A Study of the Fisher folk community,PREM PLAN, 2006`(P.I.)
    7 Status report on elementary education in the capital city of Bhubaneswar,German Agro Aid, 2009(P.I.)
    8 A Reflection On The Challenges Elementary Education in KBK Districts of Odisha,CRY, Kolkota, 2010(P.I.)
    9 MIS Review in the State of Odisha,An European Union Project, Sponsored by Bal Rakshya Bharat, 2011(P.I.)
    10 Situational Analysis of Children Aging out from the Care Homes and in Need of Aftercare,A Project sponsored by Task Force, Govt. of Odisha,2013(P.I.),
    11 Measuring and Mitigating Child Poverty: A Step Towards Ensuring Social and Political Harmony (Submitted the draft report on the27th of June, 2014 and the final report in August,2014),A Project sponsored by IASE University,2014(P.I.)
    12 A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Innovative Education on Tribal Children, A Project sponsored by OXFAM, and facilitated by Sikshasandhan 2016(February2016-July -2016) (P.I.) (P.I.)
    13 Odisha Child Policy,2017, A Project sponsored by UNICEF and OSCPCR, Odisha,2017 Convenor, Compiler and Contributer
    14 Socio-economic Impact Assessment (SIA) of CSR Projects Implemented by NALCO Foundation. A Project sponsored by NALCO Foundation,2018, (Co-PI)n,2018,
    15 Project on Gender Budgeting(Action Project),2019, A Project sponsored by Ministry of WCD, 2018,Government of India---Rs.11,19000/(P.I.)
    16 Impact Assessment of the CSR Interventions at ASSVM,Kendujiani,2019, A Project sponsored by ONGC,2018----Rs.1,96000/- (P.I.)
    17 The Social Consequences of Natural Disaster on Women: A Study of the Victims of “Fani”, A Project sponsored by CWDS,2019----Rs.1,40,000/- (P.I.)
  4. Invited Lectures:
  5. Administrative/Executive experience:
  6. Conference organized as Organizing Secretary:
1 Refresher Courses/ Training Programmes/Workshops attended:
2 Awards/ Honors/Fellowship Received
3 Professional Experience-30 years of teaching and Research Administrative experience- Director, School of Women’s Studies 2011-2013 2018 till date Conference/Seminars organized-
4 Women and Environment: National Seminar (2013),sponsored by U.G.C. 2. Four Regional consulatations for drafting the Odisha Child Policy (2016&2017), sponsored by UNICEF and OSCPCR 3. One State Consultation for drafting the Odisha Child Policy(2018), sponsored by UNICEF and OSCPCR 4. Three state level Gender Budgeting Workshops (2018-2019) , sponsored byGender Budgeting Division, Ministry og WCD, Government of India 5. Workshop on combating Violence against Women (2019), sponsored by NIPCID
5 Invited talks delivered: • At Gopabandhu Academy of Administrative Training • At Madhusudan Academy for Accounts Training • At SUM Nursing College • At C.V.Raman college of engineering • At main branch of Syndicate bank on International Women’s day • At ABS Academy , Durgapur • At R.B.I.,Bhubaneswar • At KITT • AtOXFAM ,India as a panellist • Other important activities:
6 Professional Skills: • Trainer on Gender Issues • Trainer on Qualitative Field Research Consultant to: • International Labour Organisation • OPEPA • Task Force on Children Government of Odisha Membership in different Bodies------- • Member SRC, Utkal University of Culture • Member, Board of Studies & SRC Utkal University of Culture • Member, Board of Studies of Ravenshaw University
7 • Member, Board of Studies of Ramadevi Women’s University • Member, Board of Studies of B.J.B. Autonomous college • Member, Organ Transplant Committee of Kalinga Hospital • Member ,Internal Ethics Committee of AIIMS • Member ,Stem Cell Research Ethics Committee of AIIMS • Member of the Governing body of Sikshasandhan Member in Editorial Boards and Reviewer: • SEARCH, DDCE, Utkal University • Sociological Bulletin, e-journal, Indian Sociological Society(2016-2017) • International Journal of Epidemology • Journal of Social Sciences’ (JSS), Kamla-Raj Enterprises’ journals, co published by Taylor & Francis, UK