Socialisation of Technology in Agriculture

Socialisation of Technology in Agriculture
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Socialisation of Technology in Agriculture

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The chapters of the book are well structured and sequential so that the readers can experienced a story telling effect. Hence, the chapters are Prologue, Review of Literature, Methodology, Setting of the Study Area, Empirical Study, Epilogue, Bibliography The book is the outcome of an arduous and relentless research work organized by the Department of Agricultural Extension, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya to fillip the much needed area of creating alternative paradigm to what we call TOT Model Transfer of Technology Model , the model which already has started eliciting syndrome of withering and depletion. This book, the first of its kind in India, brilliantly has landed on this novel area of technology socialization to recast the linear model of technology transfer concept. The output of the book would help the professional of medical sciences, industrial applications, agriculture and animal science professionals, management personnel, environmentalist and all kind of social science professionals including extension sciences. To the innovative researchers and academicians of social science pursuits this book has got tremendous heuristic value. A uthors
S. K. ACHARYA, K. PRADHAN M.M.ADHIKARY
A bo u t the B o o k The present process of technology transfer as followed in agriculture and allied sectors needs a hyphenation, which could generate some conceptual inputs for designing out an alternative paradigm to overcome its profusely emiting limitations. In extension sciences right from sixties a good may volume of books have so far come out to highlight the diffusion character of agricultural technology and in this academic cultivation a supply driven concept by and large has been followed. Researches and conceptualizations were scant to justify the other valuable responses to technology diffusion process like rejection, discontinuance, reinventions, refinements etc, altogether could be termed as technological socialization process. This book, the first of its kind in India, brilliantly has landed on this novel area of technology socialization to recast the linear model of technology transfer concept. The output of the book would help the professional of medical sciences, industrial applications, agriculture and animal science professionals, management personnel, environmentalist and all kind of social science professionals including extension sciences. To the innovative researchers