T. Sonchung Koren
Department of Missiology
COTR Thelogical Seminary, Visakhapatnam
8thh September 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON TRIBALS
1.1. Definition of the term Industrialization 1.2. The negative impact of Industrialization 1.2.1. Massive displacement of the tribal people 18.104.22.168. Mega Dams projects 22.214.171.124. Displacement due to Mining 3. Displacement in North East states …show more content…
The tribals in India are becoming the victims of all these developmental works taken up by the Government as well as the private sector in various states in India.
This paper mainly focuses on the study about the negative and the positive impacts of Industrialization, Urbanization and Globalization on the tribals in India. The author would explain some of the impact upon the tribals in their economy, social life, cultural, traditions, religious life. Here, the author also would discuss some of the factors which would enhance the church planting and church growth in such a situation giving example from some of the Indian tribal people from various states of India.
THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON TRIBALS
1.1. Definition of the term Industrialization
The term Industrialization can be defined as “the process of changes taking place in a country, or in the regions in relation to the establishment of various industries for the production of goods in a large scale.”
1.2. The negative impact of Industrialization
India being an Industrialised nation there are many negative impact of Industrialization on the tribals. This chapter deals with some of the negative impact which is very much affecting the normal life of the tribal people.
1.2.1. Massive displacement of the tribal people
There are many kinds of displacement among