ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COVID-19 AMONG TRIBES IN BANKURA: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

Authors

  • Satabdi Mondal Research Scholar, Department of Sociology, Jadavpur University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/38EPX

Keywords:

Aboriginals, Privileges, Illiteracy, Poverty, Marginalized

Abstract

Tribes are the aboriginals of society and India unlike the other sections of the society has always kept the Adivasis on one side of the society. They are the marginalized who are struggling for existence. Marginalized are deprived from any sort of society’s goodness and privileges. We the best creation of the Almighty as quoted has always kept them aloof from the mainstream society. Their run their livelihood through a pathetic situation suffering from extreme poverty, illiteracy, poor health status, accessibility of goods etc. At this heavy point of time, the marginalized are hit back with a drastic social weapon that is Covid-19. Besides them, we are also affected by it in various angles of our life like food, education, political, economic, and mostly health. Thousands like us have lost their lives or their peer’s life. At this situation, the marginalized are also not out of the box; even they have and even suffering from all angles of life due to this pandemic. Economy being the base of a social structure has been ruined and shattered that has affected the downstream and mainstream sections of the society. In this paper, we will discuss about how the pandemic has affected the fiscal institution among the tribes in Bankura.

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Published

15-10-2022

How to Cite

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Satabdi Mondal, “ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COVID-19 AMONG TRIBES IN BANKURA: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 7, no. 5, p. 4, Oct. 2022.