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Political ideas and movements in India
|LC Classifications||DS480.45 .G43|
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|Pagination||xvi, 558 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||558|
|LC Control Number||75908962|
Sami Zubaida challenges these diverse opinions in favour of a general political sociology capable of dealing with the historical and cultural personalities of societies and situations in the region. He argues that rather than being 'revivals' of historical ideas and institutions, current political a. Sections of the book include institutional setting, social cleavages and identity politics, political processes, ideological contestation, social movements, and politics and policy (including many political economy chapters), along with a section on India in the world.
A major work by one of America’s eminent political scientists, Political Organizations has had a profound impact on how we view the influence of interest groups on policymaking. James Wilson wrote this book to counter two ideas: that popular interests will automatically generate political organizations and that such organizations will faithfully mirror the opinions and interests of their. In Social Movements in the World-System, Jackie Smith and Dawn Wiest build upon theories of social movements, global institutions, and the political economy of the world-system to uncover how institutions define the opportunities and constraints on social movements, which in turn introduce ideas and models of action that help transform social.
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