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Fighting for Migrant Labourers

Migrant Labour and Related Issues edited by Vidyut Joshi; Gandhi Labour Institute, Ahmedabad, 1987; pp 334, Rs 125. IF one prepares a list of the most heavily researched subjects in social science, migration would undoubtedly occupy a position near the top, if not at the very top. In addition, this is also a subject on which practically everyone has a view and claims to know something. Economists, sociologists, political scientists, historians, social anthropologists geographers, social workers, urban planners, voluntary agencies, administrators, there is hardly any discipline left which has not contributed something to the proliferating literature on this subject. By its very nature, it is an inter-disciplinary subject, amenable to treatment from a variety of standpoints.

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