Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy (CSSEIP)

 

International Journal:


“Inclusive Development: International Journal of Social Science and Humanities”

Inclusive Development: International Journal of Social Science and Humanities is a peer reviewed journal of interdisciplinary studies on various aspects of social development. Published bi-annually, the Journal seeks to present a dedicated forum of debate on the cultural, economic, sociological and political dimensions of inclusive development. The Journal Solicits articles and reviews covering social issues, empirical research on development and theoretical analysis from related fields of inquiry.
Editorial Board

  • Dr. D. Rajasenan (Chief Editor)
  • Dr. Gangan Prathap 
  • Dr. K. C. Sankaranarayanan
  • Dr. Gerard de Groot
  • Dr. K. K. George
  • Dr. Jacob John Kattakayam
  • Dr. Varghese Manaloor
  • Dr. D. Chandra Bose
  • Dr. M. Bhasi
  • Dr. Martin Patrick
  • Dr. S. Muraleedharan

Select Articles Published in Referred Journals

    1. D Rajasenan (2016), "Employment and Livelihood of Workers in Natural Rubber, Black Pepper and Cardamom", in 'Globalisation, Development and Plantation Labour in India' K. J. Joseph, P. K. Viswanathan (ed.), Routledge.
    2. D Rajasenan, Sunitha A. S. and Rajeev B (2016) Intra-Tribal Differences in Social Progress of the Tribes in Kerala: Realities and the Need for Inclusive Actions, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education; Vol. 7, No. 11, 2016.
    3. D Rajasenan, Jayakumar, M.S. and Bijith George Abraham (2016) Socio-Economic and Psychological Dimensions of Migration-Induced Exclusion of the Elderly in Kerala, India: An Empirical Analysis, International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, Emerald Publications, Volume 12, Issue 1, 2016.
    4. D Rajasenan, Bijith G. A. and Rajeev B (2016) Education Exclusion in a Social-Class Framework: An Inquiry into the Major Sub-Sectors of the Professional Self-Financing Sector in Kerala, Higher Education for the Future, Sage Publication with Kerala State Higher Education Council; Vol.3, No.1, 2016.
    5. D Rajasenan and Bijith G. A. (2016) Stakeholders Perception in the Major Ecotourism Sites of Kerala: an Econometric Estimation, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2016.
    6. D Rajasenan and Suja Pradeep (2016) Policy Impacts on FDI in India: an Analysis among the Southern States of India, sent for publication to Journal of Economic Policy and Research, Institute of Public Enterprises.
    7. D Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2016) Role of Formal Institutional Linkages in Reducing Poverty and Income Inequality of the Small-Scale Marine Fishers of Kerala, sent for publication to Journal of Indian Fisheries Association, Indian Fisheries Association, Mumbai.
    8. Bijith G. A. and D Rajasenan (2016) Socio-Economic Profile and Standard of Living Aspects of the Ecotourism Communities of Kerala, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies (SAJOSPS), Vol. XVI , No. 2, 2016.
    9. D Rajasenan, Bijith G. A. and Rajeev B (2016) Paradox of Education Inclusion: Inferences from the SC-ST Students in the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges in Kerala, sent for publication to Social Scientist.
    10. D Rajasenan, Rajeev B and Bijith G. A. (2016) An Inter-Temporal Analysis of Poverty and Poverty Correlates of the Marginalised Social Groups in the Rural Belts of Wayanad, sent for publication to Journal of Land and Rural Studies, Sage Publication with Centre for Rural Studies, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration.
    11. D Rajasenan, Bijith G. A. and Rajeev B (2016) Development Triggered Displacement vis-à-vis Livelihood Deprivation of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Kerala, accepted by Journal of Land and Rural Studies, Sage Publication with Centre for Rural Studies, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration.
    12. D Rajasenan, Bijith G. A. and Rajeev B (2015) Inter-Generational Households Characteristics and Living Standards of the Outlier Groups in Wayanad, Kerala, Arthavijnana, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE), Vol. 57, Issue 1, 2015.
    13. D Rajasenan (2015), Land Alienation and Housing Segregation: The Extent of Exclusion Encountered by the Tribes of Kerala, Journal of Land and Rural Studies, Sage Publication with Centre for Rural Studies, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Vol. 3, No. 1.
    14. Rajeev B and D Rajasenan (2015) Household Characteristics of the Fishing Community of Kerala: an Analysis based on Standard of Living Index Framework, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies (SAJOSPS), Vol. 16, No. 1, 2015.
    15. Bijith G. A. and D Rajasenan (2015) Empirical Appraisal of Inclusive Development of the Ecotourism Communities of Kerala, Inclusive Development - International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Vol. 2, Nos. 1 and 2, 2015.
    16. D Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2015) Social Class and Gender in the Kerala Engineering and Medical Entrance Rank: The Extent of Exclusion in the High Performance Level, Journal of Economic Policy and Research, Institute of Public Enterprises, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2015.
    17. Rajeev B and D Rajasenan (2015) SHGs as an Inclusive Development Option among the Fisher folks in Kerala, Inclusive Development - International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT); Vol. 2, Nos.1 and 2, 2015.
    18. D Rajasenan and Ruby Babu (2015) The Western Ghats of Kerala: A Perusal on Environment, Sustainability and Livelihood of the Forest Dependent Community, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2015.
    19. D Rajasenan (2015) Livelihood Imperatives of the Fishing Communities in a Dynamic Environment of Climate Change, Science Communicator, Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Vol. 6, Nos. 1 and 2, 2015.
    20. D Rajasenan (2014), The Tribulations of Landlessness and Exclusion among the Tribes of Kerala, Inclusive Development – International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,  Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), Vol. 1, No. 1 & 2, 2014.
    21. D Rajasenan (2014), Dynamics of Poverty and Household Economic Development among the Socially Excluded Groups in the Bio-diversity Hotspot of Wayanad, Kerala, Himalayan Journal of Development and Democracy, Vol. 9, No.1, 2014.
    22. D Rajasenan (2014), Gender Bias and Caste Exclusion in Engineering Admission Inferences from the Engineering Entrance Examination in Kerala, Higher Education for the Future, Sage Publication 1(1); (January).
    23. Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B (2014), Migration Induced Exclusion: Perception of the Elderly in relation to Family and Health Facets, Inclusive Development: International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cochin University of Science and Technology Vol. 1, No.1 and 2, 2014.
    24. Florence, M.A and D Rajasenan (2014), Livelihood Issues and Inclusive Development of the Wetland Fishing Communities, Inclusive Development – International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 1 & 2, 2014.
    25. Florence, M.A and D Rajasenan (2014), Sustainability and Livelihood Issues of Vembanad Coastal Wetland Ecosystem Based Fishermen Communities in Kerala: A Multi-Dimensional Scaling Approach, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2014.
    26. D Rajasenan and Florence, M.A (2014), An Empirical Analysis of the Inter-spatial Poverty of the Vembanad Wetland Communities of Kerala, International Journal of Economic Issues; Vol.7, No.1; January-June 2014.
    27. D Rajasenan, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B (2014), Coconut Yield Estimation and its Inferences in Kerala: An Inter-Spatial Analysis, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies, Vol. XIV No. 2, Jan-June 2014.
    28. D Rajasenan with Suresh P R (2014), Education as Choices and Capabilities: an Analysis of the level of Exclusion of the Tribes in Kerala, International Journal of Economic Issues, Serial Publications, Vol.7, No.1, Jan 2014.
    29. D Rajasenan and Rajesh R (2014), Plantation Workers in Kerala: an Intra-Sector Analysis Based on Standard of Living and Quality of Life, International Journal of Economic Issues (IJEI), Vol.7, No.2, 2014.
    30. D Rajasenan, Rajeev B and Bijith George Abraham (2013), Inclusive Development Strategy through Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) and the Paradox of Development of the Tribes of Kerala, Indian Journal of Development Research and Social Action, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 and 2; January-December 2014.
    31. M S Jayakumar, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B (2013), Educational Exclusion and Livelihood Deprivation: The Situation of Tribes in Kerala, Kerala Sociologist, Kerala Sociological Society, Thiruvananthapuram, Volume 41, Number 3, December 2013.
    32. D Rajasenan with Parvathy P (2013), Importers Stipulations in the SPS Regime: Riposte from the Fishery Export Units of Kerala, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 13, No.2, 2013.
    33. D Rajasenan (2013), Consumption, Education and Exploitation: A Probe into the Consumer Exclusion in Kerala, April-June issue, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, 2013.
    34. D Rajasenan, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B (2013), Health, Education and Employment in a Forward-Backward Dichotomy Based on Standard of Living Index for the Tribes in Kerala, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education, New York; Vol.4, No.7, 2013.
    35. D Rajasenan, Rajeev B and Bijith George Abraham (2013), Dimensions of Consumer Exploitation and Worth of Institutional Mechanisms in Kerala, International Journal of Economic Issues, Serials Publications; Vol.6, No.2; July-December 2013.
    36. D Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2013), Stakeholder’s Perception of Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme: A Study on the Coastal States of India, “Cord” International Journal of Coconut R & D, Vol. 29, No. 1, Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC), Jakarta, Indonesia.
    37. D. Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2013) “Economics of Barge-Based Inland Container Transportation: The Case of Southern Kerala”,  The Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise, Institute of Public Enterprise; Vol. 36, No.1 & 2, January – June 2013.
    38. D. Rajasenan, Varghese Manaloor and Bijith George Abraham (2012), Tourist Profiles and Characteristics vis-à-vis Market Segmentation of Ecotourism Destinations in Kerala, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol 3, No 14, 2012, IISTE, New York.
    39. D. Rajasenan, Varghese Manaloor and Bijith George Abraham (2012), Socio-Economic Aspects of Sustainable Ecotourism Development: The Case of Kerala, Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 2, No 11, 2012, IISTE, New York.
    40. D. Rajasenan and Binu. P Paul (2012), Unsustainable Exploitation and the Importance of Fisheries Management- An Analysis of Kerala Marine Fishery, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Vol-12 No 2 July-Dec, 2012 issue.
    41. D. Rajasenan and Bijith George Abraham (2012), Livelihood security and Socio-economics of Community Based Ecotourism (CBET) in Kerala, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political studies, January - June, Vol XII, No.2.
    42. D. Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2012), Fishery Commodity Chain Trap vis-à-vis Global Quality Standards: An Analysis of the Kerala Marine Fishery, Developing Country Studies, Vol 2, No.5, 2012, IISTE, New York.
    43. D. Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2012), Livelihood Security of Traditional Fishermen of Kerala: Analysing and Identifying the Roles of Self Help Groups, Indian Journal of Applied Research, IJAR issue, Volume 1, Issue 7, April 2012.
    44. D. Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2012) “Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme: an Empirical Evaluation”, Indian Coconut Journal, Coconut Development Board (CDB), Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India; Vol. LV; No.6, October 2012.
    45. D. Rajasenan and Binu P. Paul (2012) ‘Standard of Living and Community Perception in the Community Based Ecotourism (CBET) Sites of Kerala: An Inter Zone Analysis’, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.3, No.2, 2012, New York.
    46. D. Rajasenan and Rajeev B (2011) ’Food Security Challenges and Food Security Bill 2011: the Inferences and Imperatives’, Science Communicator, Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Volume 02, Issue 02.
    47. D. Rajasenan and R. Mahesh (2011) ’Productivity Trends, Livelihood Security and Regional Community Based Fishery Institutions in Kerala- A Micro Level Analysis’, Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Volume 11, No.1.
    48. M.S. Jayakumar and D. Rajasenan (2011) ‘Social and Cultural Determinants of Educational Exclusion among the Tribes in Kerala’, Kerala Sociologist, Dec 2011.
    49. D. Rajasenan (2010) ‘Livelihood and Employment of Workers in Rubber and Spices Plantations’, NRPPD Discussion Paper (6), Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram .
    50. D. Rajasenan (2010) ‘The Perception-Reality Gap in Health Status of the Disadvantaged: Evidence from the Tribal Communities in Wayanad, Kerala’ pp.56-67 in Inclusion of the Excluded: Dynamics and Challenges (Ed) D. Rajasenan (2010), published by the Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Cochin.
    51. Binu. P. Paul and D. Rajasenan (2010) ‘Discounting Disparity within a Common Identity? Observations on the Development Status of Tribal Communities in Kerala’ pp.85-104 in Inclusion of the Excluded: Dynamics and Challenges (Ed) D. Rajasenan (2010), published by the Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Cochin.
    52. M. S. Jayakumar and D. Rajasenan (2010) ‘Exclusion of the Excluded – A Probe into the Educational Exclusion of Tribal Communities in Kerala’ pp.190-212 in Inclusion of the Excluded: Dynamics and Challenges (Ed) D. Rajasenan (2010), published by the Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Cochin
    53. Sunitha A. S and D. Rajasenan (2010) ‘Health Status and Deprivation: An Analysis of its Correlates among Tribal Communities in Kerala’ pp.129-149 in Inclusion of the Excluded: Dynamics and Challenges (Ed) D. Rajasenan (2010), published by the Directorate of Public Relations and Publications, CUSAT, Cochin.

Select Paper Presentations in International/National Seminars

  • D Rajasenan [jointly with Suja Pradeep], “An Inter-regional Analysis of Globalisation in the Socio Economics of Kerala Marine Fisheries”, International Conference on Education and Workforce Development 2017 (ICEWD'17), organised by Higher Colleges of Technology, Abu Dhabi, scheduled during April 2017.
  • D Rajasenan and Rajeev B “Paradox of Education Inclusion: Inferences from the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Students in the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges in Kerala”, Workshop on Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research, organised by the Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union (IAAEU), University of Trier, Germany, October 7-8, 2016.
  • D Rajasenan and Rajeev B “Poverty and Poverty Correlates of the Marginalised Social Groups in the Rural Belts of Wayanad, Kerala: Role of Policy Aspects for Inclusive Development”, paper presented at the Third International Conference on Social Sciences, organised by the Research Centre for Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, September 30 to October 1, 2016.
  • Bijith George Abraham “Participation of Marginalised Communities in the Ecotourism Destinations of Kerala”, paper presented at the Research Methodology Workshop on Understanding Social Exclusion and Discrimination: Methodological Issues, jointly organised by the Institute of Dalit Studies (IIDS), New Delhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University of Social Sciences, Mhow, Madhya Pradesh, September 5-7 2016.
  • Rajeev B “SHG-Cooperative Linkages in the Kerala Marine Fisheries: a case of Marginalised Fisher folks”, paper presented at the Research Methodology Workshop on Understanding Social Exclusion and Discrimination: Methodological Issues, jointly organised by the Institute of Dalit Studies (IIDS), New Delhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University of Social Sciences, Mhow, Madhya Pradesh, September 5-7 2016.
  • D Rajasenan “Dynamics of Poverty and Household Economic Development among the Socially Excluded Groups in the Bio-diversity Hotspot of Wayanad, Kerala” in The Ninth Annual Himalayan Policy Research Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America, October 16-19, 2014.  
  • D Rajasenan [jointly with Jayakumar M S], “Migration and Exclusion: The Situation of Elderly Left Behind”, at the International Seminar on Migration, Care Economy and Development, September 16-17, 2014, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum.
  • D Rajasenan [jointly with Jayakumar M S], “Secured or Susceptible: The Elderly in Emigrant Households in Kerala”, at the 17th Biennial Conference of Association of Gerontology India (AGI) & International Conference on Engaging and Empowering the Elderly (ICEEE, 2014), September 15 and 16, 2014, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum.
  • D Rajasenan, “Estimation of Coconut Production in Kerala”, Coconut Development Board, Ernakulam-2013.
  • D Rajasenan, “Workshop on Consumer Awareness”, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi-2013.
  • D Rajasenan (2013), Gender Bias and Caste Exclusion in Engineering Admission: Inferences from the Engineering Entrance Examination in Kerala Organised by Santhigiri Social Research Institute (SSRI) on 21.11.2013.
  • D Rajasenan (2013) “Is India in Crisis?” organised by E. Balanandan Research Foundation on 10.09.2013 at Ernakulam.
  • D Rajasenan (2013), Global Economic Crisis and Marginalised Communities, organised by Centre of Science and Technology for Rural Development, Thrissur.
  • M S Jayakumar (2013), Migration and Elderly Left Behind: The Situation in Kerala, All India Sociological Conference, Mysore, 27-29 December 2013.
  • D Rajasenan, “Methodology for the all India Survey for the Minority Community and as part of Social Inclusion”, NISCAIR in Collaboration with the Planning Commission of India, New Delhi-2012.
  • Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B, “Link between the Socio-Economic Indicators and Standard of Living of Scheduled Tribes in Kerala”, CSSEIP, Mysore University, 2012.
  • M S Jayakumar and Rajesh R, “Inclusion Far Away: Scrutinizing the factors contributing to further Exclusion of Tribes in Kerala”, CSSEIP, Mysore University, 2012.
  • Bijith George Abraham and Rajesh R “Culture of Exclusion and Undevelopment: A Probe into the Impediments to Tribal Development in Kerala”, CSSE&IP, Pondicherry University, 2012.