||Health services for Indian middle class: Editorial.
||INDIAN J TB 1989, 36, 1-2.
Change is continuous and its ripples deep spreading
in society far, wide and long, influenced as well as maintained
by the factors that trigger the change. A society therefore needs
sentinels to monitor the social changes and try influencing the
socio-political thinking of those in power in order not to let events
overtake people. Otherwise, the resulting adhocism is seldom capable
of dealing with the national situations properly. The emergence
of a large middle class in India is one such situation.
|KEYWORDS: HEALTH SERVICES; SOCIO-POLITICAL; SOCIAL