Polity, Political Process, and Social Control in South Asia: The Tribal and Rural Perspectives

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Gyan Publishing House, 1993 - . - 374 pages
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The book observe a paradigm shift in the traditional and hereditary political structure of unique characteristics of the South Asian tribal and rural societies-besides, up surge of socio political movements and their varying magnitude and objectives, the problem of policy, political process and social control, emerging pattern of leadership, political process, function, cleavage etc. common to all South Asian countries of immense use to the disciplines: Anthropology, sociology, Political Science, other allied disciplines.

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