Strategies of Social Change in India

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M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1996 - India - 200 pages
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The book, on the basis of empirical and historical investigations, convincingly demonstrates that the process of change in India involved a great degree of ambivalence, but there is no clear-cut indication except that various strategies have tended to strengthen the position of the already privileged sections of the society. The underprivileged are the last to benefit.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Industrilization
37
Urbanization
57
Green Revolution
81
Reservation Versus Reform
107
Land Reforms
131
Effors from Below
159
Conclusion
185
Bibliography
189
Index
197
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