TITLE

Formulation of Analytical Relationship Amongst Causes and Effects of Agitation towards Jungle Satyagraha as a Part of Freedom Movement - Part - II

AUTHOR(S)
Chaturvedi, S.; Johari, Shubha; Modak, J. P.
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
European Journal of Social Sciences;Jul2012, Vol. 32 Issue 1-3, p335
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Before getting Independence of India from British regime, large numbers of leaders of India were required to take strong agitation against British Government for getting freedom. One of the prominent leaders was Mr. M. K. Gandhi. During the period 1920 to 1942 in Central Provinces and Berar specifically pertaining to the period June 1930 to September 1930 [Johari, 1997: 59-97]•, strong agitations took place towards reducing income to government by way of reducing revenue from jungles. Several events took place towards this objective. Based on the facts, the attempt is made in this paper to present the entire agitation as one social phenomenon in the form of a 'Mathematical Model' corelating the fall in jungle revenue in terms of various causes responsible for this fall in revenue. It is only through the 'Mathematical Model' that it is possible to get quantitative idea of intensity of interaction of causes on effects of any phenomena may be it be scientific or socio-economic or of any other type. Particularly the approach of 'Field Data Based Model' [Modak, Mishra Bihade, Parbat, 2011:11-14] is applicable in such a situation as this is a Field Phenomena. Such models serve as most reliable tools to plan future such activities. This could be known as a process of prognosis.
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82577225

 

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