Dr.Mohammed Moniruzzaman Khan
Department of Sociology

Publication of Dr.Mohammed Moniruzzaman Khan

Selected Published Books, Book Chapters and Articles

Books

1. Khan, M. M. (2022). Disaster and Gender in Coastal Bangladesh: Transformation of Women’s Roles in Reducing Disaster Risk and Vulnerability. Singapore: Springer Nature. ISBN: 978-981-19-3284-7 (Links:  https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-19-3284-7)

2. Nasreen, M., Hossain, Khondoker M., Khan, M. M. (Eds), (2022). Coastal Disaster Risk Management in Bangladesh: Vulnerability and Resilience. London: Routledge. (Under production process).

Book Chapters

1. Khan, M M; Kamal, Abu-Hena M; Mazumder, N. (2022). Role of community clinic in reducing climate change and disaster-induced health risks: an explorative study in coastal Bangladesh. In M. Nasreen, K. M. Hossain & M. M. Khan (Eds.), Coastal Disaster Risk Management in Bangladesh: Vulnerability and Resilience. London: Routledge. (Accepted and book is under production Process)

2Khan, M M; Kamal, Azad, Abul Kalam, Abu-Hena M; Zahid Dilara, Malak, M. A. (2022). Why women’s leadership is a keystone in enhancing disaster resilience to natural perturbations? Key insights from coastal communities of Bangladesh. In M. Nasreen, K. M. Hossain & M. M. Khan (Eds.), Coastal Disaster Risk Management in Bangladesh: Vulnerability and Resilience. London: Routledge. (Accepted)

3. Madhanagopal, D.’ Khan, M. M. and Zaman, F. (2022). Does local politics have relevance and end products in realities in local climate action programs in India and Bangladesh? Review and discussion.  In S. Momtaz and D. Madhanagopal (Eds.) Climate change and risks in South and Southeast Asia: Sociopolitical perspectives. London: Routledge. Link: https://www.routledge.com/Climate-Change-and-Risk-in-South-and-Southeast-Asia-Sociopolitical-Perspectives/Madhanagopal-Momtaz/p/book/9781032106700

4. Khan, M.M., (2022). Dynamics of getting women heard and changes in their roles and practices: An analysis of coastal women in Bangladesh. In Salim, M (Ed) ‘Society and State in South Asia.’ Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, India & University Press Ltd (UPL), Bangladesh.

‚ÄčArticles

1.  Mazumder, N;  Rahman, M; Khan, M. M. (2022).  Poverty by Restrained Access and Right to Livelihood Assets and Capacity among Adivashi People in Chattogram Hill Tracks (CHT) of Bangladesh. SUST Journal of Social Sciences , VOL 33 , NO.1

2. Khan, M. M. (2022). Role of GOs and NGOs in Empowering and Developing Agency in Women in the Disaster Prone Coastal Bangladesh: A Mixed Method Study. Journal of Disaster, Vulnerability and Resilience (JDVR), IDMVS, University of Dhaka

3. Abu-Hena Mostofa Kamal, Tonmoy Sarkar, Khan, M. M., Sajal K. Roy, Sazzad Hossain Khan, S M Murshid Hasan , Mohammad Shakhawat Hossain , Colleen Anne Dell, Holly Seale & Md Saiful Islam (2021). Factors Affecting Willingness to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine among Adults: A Cross-sectional Study in Bangladesh. Journal of Health Management (SAGE Publication) pp1-13.

4. Khan, M. M.,  Dey M.  R. & Bhattacharjee, M. (2020). Hybridization of Bengali Culture and Young Generation of Bangladesh: A Sociological Study. The Journal of Social Studies, Issue No. 148.

5. Mazumder, N.,  Khan,  M. M., &  Islam,  M. J., (2019). Prevalence and factors of intimate partner violence in Bangladesh: A review of literature. Jagannath University Journal of Social Science. Accepted for upcoming issue.

6. Rahman, M., & Khan, M. M., (2019). Adaptation mechanisms and challenges to water pollution in Bangladesh: A case of Buriganga River. Jagannath University Journal of Social Science. Accepted for upcoming issue.

7. Kamal, M., Umama, U., Roman, S., & Khan, M. M. (2018). Impact of Flood on Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health: An Empirical Evidence from Northern Bangladesh. Global Journal of Medical Research. Vol. 18 (5).

8. Mazumder, N and Khan, M. M. (2015), Understanding Community Policing as an Innovative and Alternative Platform of Traditional Policing for Safer Society. Jagannath University Journal of Arts. Volume 04

9. Azad, Md. Abul Kalam and Khan, M.M. (2015), Post Disaster Social Pathology in Bangladesh. A Case Study on Aila Affected Areas. Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Volume 3(2).

10. Khan M. M. (2014). Consumption as Means of Communication in Urban Bangladesh: The Case of Dhaka City. Jagannath University Journal of Social Science. Vol. 2 (1).

11. Khan, M.M. and Mostafa Kamal, Abu Hena (2014), Disaster and vulnerability of women in coastal Bangladesh. Jagannath University Journal of Social Science. Jagannath University Journal of Social Science. Volume. 2(2).

12. Khan, M.M. and Azad, Md. Abul Kalam (2013). Struggle against Salinity Intrusion: Exploring the Alternative Coping Mechanism of Coastal Community in Bangladesh. The Journal of Social Studies, Issue no 138

13. Khan, M.M. and Azad, Md. Abul Kalam (2012). The Nexus between Local Politics and Salinity Intrusion in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: Unveiling the Development Myth. The Journal of Social Development, Volume 24 (1).

14. Khan, M.M. and Zaman Md Rafiuz (2012). Globalization and Information Explosion: Opportunity for Resistance. The Journal of Social Studies, Issue No. 135. 

15. Kundu, D and Khan, M. M. (2010). Rethinking Globalization and Cultural Imperialism: Developing World Perspective. The Journal of Social Studies, Issue No. 128. 

16. Uddin, Jamal, A. K. M. Khan, M. M. and Kundu, D (2010). Globalization and Resistance: An anti-capitalist manifesto. Society and Change, Vol. IV, No 3.

17. Uddin, Jamal, A. K. M., and Khan, M. M. (2008). The Changing Nature of Class Formation Under Globalization. Social Science Review. Vol. 25, No. 1.

18. Khan, M. M. and Quaisar, M. M. (2008). Trafficking in Women from Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) to Western Europe: Nature and Facts. Journal of Socio Economic Research and DevelopmentVol. 5, No. 3.  

19. Uddin, Jamal, A. K. M., Khan, M. M. (2008). Empowerment and Resistance: A Study of Women Refugees as Member of Self Organized Groups in UK. The Journal of Social Studies. Issue No. 125.