Social Scientist. v 6, no. 61 (Aug 1977) p. 2.


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CONTRIBUTORS

DURGAPRASAD BHATTACHARFA is head of the Pro-Census Population Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.

KATHLEEN GO UGH is a research associate in anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Di GAIL OMVEDT is assistant professor of sociology. University of Cali' fornia, San Diego.

Dr M P PARAMESWARAN is secretary of the Indian School of Social Sciences, TTrivandrum.

B A PRAKASH teaches economics at the University of Calicut.

Dr RAM NARESH PRASAD has completed his doctoral research at the Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya,

Dr G JV RAO is in the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune.

RAMA DEB ROT {MALAKAR) is in the Pre'Census Population Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.

VIRENDRA K ROY teaches English in Shambu Day al College [Ghawbad), Mee ru t Unive / sity.

Dr SHEO NATH SIJVGH is deputy director. Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya.

FROM THE EDITOR

The authors of "'Health Care Services" (Social Scientist 58-59) wish to acknowledge that the article is a revision of one which originally appeared in World Development, vol 3, nos 7/8 (July/August 1975) 'Special Issue on China's Road to Development* under the title "The Development of Health Care Services in the People's Republic of China". The inadvertent omission to mention this when the article appeared in the Social Scientist (May-June 1977) Special Number on China is regretted.

Paper used for printing this number has been made available by the Government of India at a concessional rate.



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