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  • Prof Manish K. Jha

  • Professor
  • Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Publications 2002 - 2021

Publications

  • 25
    Journal Articles
  • 4
    Book
  • 2
    Misc
  • 1
    Editorial
  • 1
  • 3

Citations / H-Index

20 Citations
3 h-index
8 Citations

Google Scholar

Co-author Network


Expertise

Social Work

Poverty, Social Policy and programmes; Human Rights, Human Development and Human Security; Community Organisation, Social Action and Social Movement; Social Justice; Governance; Livelihood Security; Disaster and Development; Migration; Middle classes and the City

Personal Information

Prof Manish K. Jha

Male
Centre for Community Organisation & Development Practice, School of Social Work TISS Mumbai, V.N. Purav Marg, Deonar
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India - 400088


Experience

  • Professor

    School of Social Work

    Tata Institute of Social Sciences


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    University of Delhi

  • M.Phil

    University of Delhi


Honours and Awards

2009

Commonwealth Academic Fellow at School of Oriental and African Study

British Council

2009

Commonwealth Academic Fellow at School of Oriental and African Study

British Council

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2020

DALIT MIGRANTS IN THE CITY: A Study in Mumbai

Ajeet Kumar Pankaj, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2020

The New Middle Class and the Civic Activism: A Study of ALMs in Mumbai

Swati Singh, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2019

INDIVIDUAL WAYS OF CREATING SYMBOLS: Study of a Political Symbol

Anand Raja, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

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2020

DALIT MIGRANTS IN THE CITY: A Study in Mumbai

Ajeet Kumar Pankaj, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2020

The New Middle Class and the Civic Activism: A Study of ALMs in Mumbai

Swati Singh, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2019

INDIVIDUAL WAYS OF CREATING SYMBOLS: Study of a Political Symbol

Anand Raja, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2016

Life in a Conflict Zone: Everyday Violence and Acts of Survival in Kashmir

Saima Farhad, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2015

Life in a Conflict Zone: An Ethnographic Study of Children in Chhattisgarh

Shagun Saklani Pande, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2015

Asymmetrical Federalism and Peoples’ Response in North East India: A Case of Manipur (Hill Areas) District Council

Joseph Riamei, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

2014

Living with (the politics of) floods: A study in the Dhemaji district of Assam

Arpita Das, Tata institute of Social Sciences

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