|Statement||editors, M.L. Sharma, T.M. Dak.|
|Contributions||Sharma, Madan Lal, 1930-, Dak, T. M., 1936-, World Congress of Sociology (11th : 1986 : New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||HD2072 .G67 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 373 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||89903928|
Green Revolution is part ecological, theological, and political primer, part road warrior for the planet memoir, and part how-to book. Although likely to resonate best with teens and twenty-somethings, there is something here for people of every age/5(12). Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Green Revolution and social change. Delhi: Ajanta Publications: Distributor, Ajanta Books International, Green Revolution and social change by Dak, T. M., , Ajanta Publications, Distributor, Ajanta Books International edition, in EnglishPages: Few challenges are more demanding than the need to find a way to sustain economic progress at the grassroots in low-income countries. This book suggests a way, offering hope via the humble seeds of rice, wheat, and other cereals that are so dramatically changing world agriculture and agribusiness. Robert S. McNamaraCited by:
"Finally, we have the definitive work on ecosocialism with Red-Green Revolution. Victor Wallis brings his brilliant editorial skills to writing a highly readable, compelling, and essential book, a must read for everyone who cares about the fate of the earth in this era of capitalist implosion with socialism no longer a possible alternative, but rather a requirement for survival."Cited by: 1. The Green Revolution was responsible for introducing revolutionary changes in the social structure of rural society in the mids and also made India self sufficient in food production. Apart from bringing improvements in incomes and providing a stimulus to trade and employment, it accentuated social inequalities and social tension in rural areas. "In the mids, rural India passed through a period of rapid technological and social change known as the Green Revolution. It was the transition from basically subsistence peasant farming at a low technological level to expensive commercial farming with modern technology. With renewed interest in technical change and productivity growth in the African agricultural sector, interest is growing in the lessons of Asia’s Green Revolution and in the implementation of input promotion and subsidies to promote agricultural growth.
impact of green revolution and Social Consequences. Octo by pramey. This tradition and process started with a change of generation, change of government, change of ways of administration, change of ways of earning a livelihood, change in thoughts, the growth of population, change of needs and requirement, change of eating habits. The green revolution led to a substantial increase in agricultural output to the extent that it almost solved India's food problem. It also produced significant social and political changes in the Indian village and did bring about an agricultural revolution. Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign in Register. Journals & Books; Help; COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content Download full text in PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. World Development. Volume 1, Is November , Pages The green revolution and social progress Cited by: 2. In , the director of USAID coined the term “green revolution” to celebrate the new technological solutions that promised to ease hunger around the world—and forestall the spread of more “red,” or socialist, revolutions. Yet in China, where modernization and scientific progress could not be divorced from politics, green and red revolutions proceeded side by side. In Red Revolution.