Water and energy resources - options assessment and decision-making processes, Public Policy and Governance, Higher Education Administration, Development Debate, Involuntary resettlement of people, Globalisation and Governance, Social exclusion, Understanding and addressing agrarian distress, Agriculture and Nutrition, Corporate Social Responsibility as an instrument of Inclusive Growth, Youth for Social and Economic Transformation of Rural and Tribal Areas
Professor, Deputy Director (Academics), Mumbai Campus
Shalini Bharat's research interests include, equity and access issues with special reference to reproductive health; sexuality and sexual health; social and structural drivers of HIV with focus on gender dimensions of HIV and HIV/AIDS related stigma;HIV prevention including multipurpose prevention technologies and HIV impact assessment; vulnerabilities in the context of migration and mobility;Family in the context of social development and change; Ethics and health research; Qualitative and mixed methods health research; and demographic transition among minority communities.
Professor, Deputy Director (Research), Mumbai Campus
Health and development, community health, primary health (including mental health) care, women’s health, public health policy, HIV and development, health and ethnic conflict, disasters and qualitative research methods in health research
Professor, Deputy Director, Tuljapur Campus
Private Cities; City and Social Justice; Regional Economic Development; Muslims and Development; Creative Industries; Sociocultural significance of Space and Place
Professor, Deputy Director, Hyderabad Campus
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, Mumbai campus
, Mumbai campus
Maternal and Child Health, Adolescent Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health,Gender and Family, Public Health, Participatory Development and Participatory Governance, Social Inclusion,Rural Development
Michel Foucault; Foucault power/knowledge- discourse; Governance; Biopower, Biopolitics and Governmentality Studies; Power, Resistance and the Foucauldian Technologies; Subjectivity (Identity Politics); Heterotopias; Sociocultural Anthropology; Social Exclusion; Small Islands; Andaman and Nicobar Islands; South Asia; Indian Ocean Region; Northeast India; Isolated Indigenous communities; Disasters, Aid and Humanitarian government.
Homelessness and Implied Criminality: An explorative study.
'Begging: A preferred way of living or a sheer necessity to survive'.
P.S. to Director , Mumbai campus
Assistant , Mumbai campus
B.Com. (Mumbai), D.P.M. (TISS), M.B.A. (YCMOU)
Section Officer , Mumbai campus
B.A. (Mumbai),M.A. in Sociology
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