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EDITORIAL NOTE

Dear friends,
A hearty welcome to the website of Social Trends, The Journal of the Department of Sociology of North Bengal University (www.socialtrendsnbu.in). The journal made a humble beginning in 2014 and since then it has achieved some important landmarks, becoming a full-fledged refereed/peer-reviewed journal with UGC’s approval. We have published five volumes by now, one each year. In last three years there has been a gradual surge in inflow of articles and research papers from across disciplines. Though the journal has largely been a platform for the young scholars, there have been some notable contributions from celebrated members of the Indian social science fraternity too, rendering much support to us. The Social Trends is on a mission to capture the fluid, hitherto unrecorded aspects of subjective and collective experiences in an unconventional language, while dialogically engaging with the social science discourses. We also carry forward the conviction that dialectical discourses impact the individual and collective actions and the actions, in turn, bring about changes in the discourses. It is always a delight to see that we are collectively transcending the limits of conventional academic disciplines in capturing the heterogeneous, multi-dimensional intricacies of dialectically moving self and the lifeworld. It is even more delightful to see young scholars enthusiastically participate in this promising endeavour. I would put it on record that our academic collaboration with the Research Committee (RC) on Sociology of Everyday Life of the Indian Sociological Society (ISS) has proved to be immensely beneficial, as both sides prosper in this collaboration. The valuable counsel of the advisers, the critical comments of the referees, the active interest of the editorial team, and most importantly, the enthusiastic participation of the writers as well as readers always add value to the journal. I am sure, we will cross many more milestones in future and take the journal to new heights.

Sanjay K. Roy
31 March 2019




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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 20
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2019-03Life of the Middleclass Aged in Kolkata By Sinjini Roy New Delhi: Kalpaz Publications, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., ISBN 9789353240554, Rs.850/, Pp 255Mondal, Sekh Rahim
2019-03A Journey from the Periphery to the Core of MiddleclassnessRoy, Sanjay K
2019-03Cross Cultural Marriages and the Problem of Adjustment in Conjugal LifeChhetri, Chandrani
2019-03Negotiating Social Security through Network Building: A Study of the Livelihoods of Resident Caretakers in the new Metropolis of KolkataGhosh, Anamitra
2019-03Bel Bibaha Among the Newars and its Social SignificanceMangar, Ritu
2019-03Masculinized Strategic Studies: It’s Impact on the Daily Discourse of Security PoliciesShayesta Nishat Ahmed
2019-03Changing Dynamics of Family Roles: Sharing Experiences from Everyday LifeBhutia, Winkeyla
2019-03Informal Settlements: A Study of Displaced Living in a Kolkata SlumPalit, Kahini
2019-03Childbirth Practices and Midwifery: Exploring Social Changes in Indian ContextSharma, Rukmani
2019-03Identity Crisis in a Cross-cultural Paradox: My ExperienceBhutia, Sonam Choden
2019-03Self, Attachments and DetachmentsRoy, Sinjini
2019-03Complexities of School Choice: Some Reflections from the FieldSengupta, Indrani
2019-03Elites and Field of Power: Methodological Reflections from BikanerBeri, Suraj
2019-03Reciprocity and Relations following Death: Reflections on the Practice of “Sarau” in SikkimThapa, Sandhya
2019-03Not born a Mother, but Naturalized into One: Experiences of Motherhood, Reality and ChallengesSachdeva, Swati Akshay
2019-03Thakurmar Jhuli: Recasting the Grandmother’s Bag of TalesSen, Sudarshana
2019-03Understanding Happiness: Secrecy and Fantasy as ModesBhowmick, Arunima
2019-03Symbols of Heterosexual Marriage and Negotiations of Heteronormativity: Narratives of Three Generations of Urban Middle-Class Bengali Women Living in KolkataDas, Nabamita
2019-03(Re)Looking at “Dalit” ConceptualizationRay, Antara
2019-03“Fixing” Female Bodies through Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproduction: An Ideological CritiqueRoy, Pinaki
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