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A Qualitative Study on the Social Impact of Industrialisation in Badli

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Type: Journal Article
Author: Nayyar, Nikhil
Journal: International Journal for Innovative Research in Multidisciplinary Field
Volume: 6
Page(s): 36-41
Date: 2020
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/10724
Sector: Urban Commons
Region: Middle East & South Asia
Subject(s): sociology
socio-economic systems
social structure
social science
qualitative analysis
urban infrastructure
Abstract: "The article aims to investigate and analyze the social impact of industrialization on Badli. Badli is one of the largest industrial zones in Delhi which also bears large slums neighboring to the industries. The literature available on the area is also limited to news articles and government reports, thus further research on Badli is required. The social implications were examined through naturalistic observational research and unstructured interviews of 10 individuals from Badli. Using thematic analysis and secondary data analysis the data was interpreted into common themes and key ideas. The analysis showed most Industries in Badli are unauthorized and have issues such as unemployment, child labor, hazardous working conditions, nominal wages, producing illegal substances and lack of healthcare management. People living in the neighboring slum areas suffer from issues such as poor health care facilities, below par educational infrastructure, high crime rates, harmful drainage and ventilation services, congested housing structures, economic disparity, and toxic family environment. Thus Industrialization has deeper implications on the society of Badli which can be attributed to the influx of migrants, industries and poor governance by the administrative authorities to control and manage the industrial process in Badli. It can be concluded that there is a huge correlation between social change and industrialization. Further studies are required to create socio-economic policies catering to the situation in Badli for a long-lasting sustainable effect on the area."

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