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Volume 6 Issue 1
Role of Community and Its Impact on Migration of Scheduled Cast Communities of West Bengal
|Kumar Chiman Sinha
|Even in circumstances of poverty, migration responses are not simply driven by economic incentives but informed by ideas of appropriate actions in a particular context. A researcher focusing on migrant networks has played a very important role in helping to see the movement of people as part, not only of traditions of migration and interpreted in a cumulative migration theory, but also of wider processes of social and economic development. In this study carried out on an ancient, backward, and deprived Koch community people of Koch Behar district, we are straining to detect, how their relationship with any other member of the same community helps them to obtain a job outside the district. As our objective is to look at the association/ network in the process of migration, here we try to ensure that the whole society gets an equal opportunity to get selected for our study. So 500 households had been visited across the district comprising at least 50 percent should have at least one member residing outside. FGD and in-depth interviews were also carried out in each selected village. The outcome indicates that the present scenario of migration is not the only reason for impoverishment. The residential district is historically deprived basically on the economic front, but the masses are going to move outside for such a chore is a late phenomenon. The close relationship of the same community people is one of the primary causes of their migration. Education plays a crucial role in achieving their aspirations.
|Migration, Community, Koch Rajbanshi
|Sociology > Economics
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Role of Community and Its Impact on Migration of Scheduled Cast Communities of West Bengal - Kumar Chiman Sinha - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12571
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