Impact of Industrialization, Urbanization and Globalization Among Thetribals in India

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THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION, URBANIZATION AND GLOBALIZATION ON TRIBALS: THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE IMPACT OF CHRISTIAN MISSION FOR CHURCH GROWTH IN SUCH SITUATION

By

T. Sonchung Koren

Department of Missiology
COTR Thelogical Seminary, Visakhapatnam

8thh September 2008

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCATION

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
1.2.1.1. Mega Dams projects
1.2.1.2. Displacement due to Mining
3. Displacement in North East states
1.2.2. Environmental degradation
1.2.2.1. Water and Air pollutions
1.2.2.2. Exploitation of Land and Forest
1.2.2.3. Lost of Agricultural land
1.2.2.4. Climate change
1.2.3. Migration of Tribals to the Urban
1.2.4. Socio-Economic change
1.2.5. Increase of poverty among the Tribals
1.3. The positive impact of Industrialization
1.3.1. More productivity in agriculture
1.3.2. Reducing of work load
1.3.3. Create desires for education

CHAPTER TWO THE IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON TRIBALS

2.1. Definition of the term Urbanization
2.2. The negative impact of Urbanization
2.2.1. Disintegration of Socio-Cultural life
2.2.1.1. Marriage system
2.2.1.2. Dress
2.2.1.3. Food habit
2.2.2. Creation of more slums
2.2.3. Increasing of poverty
2.2.4. More expenditure among the Tribals
2.2.5. Economic exploitation
2.2.6. Mounting sex exploitation
2.2.7. Rising unemployment rate
2.2.8. Lost of the tribal identity
2.3. The positive impact of Urbanization
2.3.1. Change in the social world view
2.3.2. Change in the belief system
2.3.3. Improvement in the literacy rate

CHAPTER THREE THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON TRIBALS

3.1. The definition of the term Globalization
3.2. The negative impact of Globalization
3.2.1. Privatization of Government establishments
3.2.1.1. Lost of Jobs
3.2.1.2. Unemployment problem
3.2.2. Effect in the economical life
3.2.3. Make education unaffordable
3.2.4. Diminishing the tribals’ socio-cultural life 3.2.5. Introducing Individualistic lifestyle
3.2.6. Create global culture
3.2.7. Increasing of various forms of exploitations
3.3. The positive impact of Globalization
3.3.1. More chance of job opportunities for educated tribals 3.3.2. Create the necessity for education
3.3.3. Use of modern transportations
3.3.4. Introducing Information Technology
3.3.5. Better health care facilities

CHAPTER FOUR
POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF CHRISTIAN MISSION FOR
CHURCH GROWTH IN SUCH SITUATION

4.1. The various reasons for the church growth in such situation 4.1.1. Evangelization through wholistic mission approach 4.1.2. God loves the tribals so He will save them 4.1.3. Realization of the inadequateness of their tribal religion 4.1.4. Gospel through mass media can reach them easily 4.1.5. Because the battle belong to God

4.1.6. Witnessing and Evangelization by staying with them 4.1.7. More open mindedness in urban than their native village 4.1.8. Easy to organize gospel meetings in their context 4.1.9. Individualistic life style help...
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