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Dhere, Amar M.; Salunkhe, Balasaheb L. (2016)
Publisher: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Journal: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Social Science; Environmental Studies, special economic zone, Magarpatta City, social change, peasant, native community
The aim of this research article is to fine the social change through the lens of Cultural Lag. The Magarpatta City SEZ is the local to analyse the  influence of economic changes in the process of modernisation and cultural transformation in the native community. Magarparra City SEZ is recognized by the peasant’s own SEZ  who are information sources for the present article. This study based on the qualitative and quantitative methods. It is observed that SEZ is the key catalyst changing native community that is not only confronting the combined effects of these changes, but these effects,  over the period, have also  accelerated  pace of change especially among the second generation native community. It is also concluded that, rate of change is not constant all the time and in the last two decades native community has seen mounting pressures and a quickening of economic pace, social and cultural shifts from traditional to modern community.           
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