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Research

The Department has numerous projects that its faculty members are working on which have been funded by national and international organizations. Given below are a list of some of these projects:
ICSSR
Erasmus
United Board
University of Zurich
Major Research Projects funded by CHRIST
The Art Outreach Society (TAOS), Kochi, Kerala

 

Some of the prominent publications by the faculty members are listed below: 

  • 2019, (Hi)Stories of Desire: Sexualities and Culture in Modern India (co-edited), New Delhi, London: Cambridge University Press.
  • 2019, “Subaltern Languages: The Question of Vernaculars in 21st Century India”, in Journal of Educational Planning and Administration 33 (1): 51-65
  • 2019, Sexual Realism? (Hetero) Sexual Excess and the Birth of Obscenity in Malayalam Literature. In Kumaramkandath and Srivastava ed. “(Hi)Stories of Desire: Sexualities and Cultures in Modern India”, New Delhi, London: Cambridge University Press: 58-79
  • 2019, CLASSROOM: Studies in Sociology of Education, (co-edited), Chennai: Uyirmai Publications.
  • 2018, “Changing Rural Graphics and Feminist Readings in a Third World Locale: The Case of "Aathi"”, in Asian Review of Social Sciences, Vol 7 (1), 40-44.
  • 2014, “Canons of Desire: Homosexuality in 21st century Keralam”, in Weiringa, Saskia and Horacio Sirori (ed), The Sexual History of Global South, London: Zed Publications. 206-225.
  • 2019,”Locating Indian Universities in Knowledge Societies : A Critique,” Journal of Dharma 44 (2):  215-236.
  • 2019, “Changes in the Institution of Family and Class Values: An Analysis,” Research Chronicler 7 (6): 277-284.
  • 2019, “Plight of Women Domestic Workers in Bangalore: A Sociological Study,” International Journal of Innovative Knowledge Concepts 7 (5):55-62.
  • 2017, “Sex Identity Vs Sexual Orientation: Understanding Transgender Category in India,” Social Work Chronicle 1 (2): 82-99.
  • 2014, “Tibetan Refugees in India: The Case of Bylakuppe in Karnataka,” Indian Journal of Social Development 12 (2).  
  • 2019 “The Women in Tribal Development Initiatives in India” in ‘The Contemporary Socio-cultural scenario of Tribal Women in India Challenges and Prospects’ (pp 385-391)  ISBN 97881941658508. 
  • 2017,”Rethinking Institutional Frameworks in Conservation and Governance of Forests in the Background of FRA in Kerala: From Exclusion to Inclusion” in Artha – Journal of Social Sciences. No 2, Vol. 16, Issue 2.pp 57-73. ISSN: 0975-329X
  • Amaresha, A. C., Venkatasubramanian, G., & Muralidhar, D. (2019). Perspectives about Illness, Attitudes, and Caregiving Experiences among Siblings of Persons with Schizophrenia: A Qualitative Analysis. Indian journal of psychological medicine, 41(5), 413-419.
  • Aboobaker, S., Jangam, K. V., Sagar, K. J. V., Amaresha, A. C., & Jose, A. (2019). Predictors of emotional and behavioral problems among Indian adolescents: A clinic-based study. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 39, 104-109.
  • Bhat, U. S., Amaresha, A. C., Kodancha, P., John, S., Kumar, S., Aiman, A., Jain, P. A., & Cherian, A. V. (2018). Psychological distress among college students of coastal district of Karnataka: A community-based cross-sectional survey. Asian journal of psychiatry, 38, 20-24.
  • Amaresha, A. C., Kalmady, S. V., Joseph, B., Agarwal, S. M., Narayanaswamy, J. C., Venkatasubramanian, G., ... & Subbakrishna, D. K. (2018). Short term effects of brief need based psychoeducation on knowledge, self-stigma, and burden among siblings of persons with schizophrenia: A prospective controlled trial. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 32, 59-66.
  • Sahu, S. (2018). Revisiting Television in India: Mapping the portrayal of Women in Soap Operas’ in Sociological Bulletin 67(2) 1-16, 2018. Sage Publications. DOI - : 10.1177/0038022918775502.
  • Sahu, S. & Preethi N. R. (2016). ‘Understanding Health Communication: Trends and Possibilities’ in Artha Journal of Social Sciences, pg. 87 -109, 15 (2). ISSN: 0975-329X. URL:  doi.org/10.12724/ajss.37.5.
  • Cherian, R. M. (2020). Pedagogy of the Virtual Space: Content Analysis of Voices from K-12 Online Classrooms of Four Indian Cities. Solid State Technology, 63(4), 2712-2723.
  • Cherian, R. M. (2019). Using Superheroes in Art Therapy through Counselling for Adolescents Boys in Conflict with Law: Illustrations from Juvenile Home in Ernakulam, Kerala.
  • Cherian, R. M. (2017).Juxtapose : Seven Stories of Adoption. Alternates Press. ISBN978-8193312858. Delhi

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