Centre for Livelihoods and Social Innovation

Publications


Publications in journals (with date of publication).

Year of Publication : 2017

1) Name of the Faculty : Dr Swati Banerjee

Title of the Article : Indigenous Women and Intersectional Feminist Praxis: Contemporary Marginalities and Marginal Voices from India and Canada.

Journal/Edited Vol. : Vol. 16, No 2.

Publisher : South Asian Journal of Participative Development


 

Year of Publication : 2016

  1. Name of the Faculty : Dr Sunil DS
    Title of the Article : Climate variability, livelihoods and social inequities: The vulnerability of migrant workers in Indian cities.
    Journal/Edited Vol. : 19 (1)
    Publisher : International Area Studies Review
  2. 2) Name of the Faculty : Ms. Devisha Sasidevan (co-author)
    Title of the Article : Climate variability, livelihoods and social inequities: The vulnerability of migrant workers in Indian cities.
    Journal/Edited Vol. : 19 (1)
    Publisher : International Area Studies Review

 

Year of Publication : 2015

Dr Sunil DS

  1. Title of the Article : Governmental Technologies amidst Routinised Uncertainty: A Study on Early Warning Systems among Coastal Fishing Communities in Kerala, India.,
    Publisher : Indian Journal of Social Work.
  2. Title of the Article : Adaptation to coastal hazards: the livelihood struggles of a fishing community in Kerala, India.
    Journal/Edited Vol. : 39
    Publisher : Disasters

 

Year of Publication : 2014

Dr Sunil DS

  1. Title of the Article : Local Knowledge, Early Warning and Coastal Hazards: Participatory Inquiry among Fishworkers in Kerala, India.
    Journal/Edited Vol. : 12(3)
  2. Title of the Article : Exploring Risk, Resistance and the Power of Myths among Coastal Fishing Communities in Kerala, India.
    Journal/Edited Vol. : 38(2)
    Publisher : Natural Resources Forum

 

Year of Publication : 2016

  1. Sunil D. Santha, Surinder Jaswal, Devisha Sasidevan, Ajmal Khan and Annu Kuruvilla (2016) Climate variability, livelihoods and social inequities: The vulnerability of migrant workers in Indian cities, International Area Studies Review, 19(1), p. 76-89.

  2. Sasidevan D. (co-author) (2016): “Climate variability, livelihoods and social inequities: The vulnerability of migrant workers in Indian cities”. International Area Studies Review. 1-14

 

Year of Publication : 2015

  1. Sunil D. Santha (2015) Governmental Technologies amidst Routinised Uncertainty: A Study on Early Warning Systems among Coastal Fishing Communities in Kerala, India., Indian Journal of Social Work.

  2. Sunil D. Santha (2015) Adaptation to coastal hazards: the livelihood struggles of a fishing community in Kerala, India. Disasters, 39: 69–85.

 

Year of Publication : 2014

  1. Sunil D. Santha, Gahana, P., and Aswin V.S. (2014) Local Knowledge, Early Warning and Coastal Hazards: Participatory Inquiry among Fishworkers in Kerala, India, Action Research Journal, 12(3): 273-292.

  2. Sunil D.Santha, Gahana, P., and Aswin V.S. (2014) Proverbs on Coastal Hazards: Exploring Community Capacities for People-centred Disaster Risk Reduction in Kerala, Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. XXVIII, No.1, pp.23-44.

  3. Sunil D.Santha, Gahana, P., and Aswin V.S. (2014) Exploring Risk, Resistance and the Power of Myths among Coastal Fishing Communities in Kerala, India, Natural Resources Forum, 38(2), pp.118-128.

Year of Publication : 2010

  1. Sunil D Santha and Ratheeshkumar K S (2010): Population Vulnerability and Disaster Risk Reduction: A Situation Analysis among the Landslide Affected Communities in Kerala, India, Jamba: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, Vol.3(1): 367-380.
  2. Sunil D Santha (2010): Environmental Management and Disaster Risk Reduction: Reimaging Public-Private Partnerships, Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management, 2(2): 225-243.
  3. Sunil D Santha, Fraunholz B, Unnithan C (2010) A Societal Knowledge Management System: Harnessing Indigenous Wisdom to Build Sustainable Predictors for Adaptation to Climate Change,International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Response., 2(1): 49-63.
  4. Sunil D Santha (2010) Culture, Formal Institutions, and Sustainable Fisheries: A Study among the Riverine Fishing Communities in India, Lambert Academic Publishing.