183 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 3168 g
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Maharatna India's Perception, Society, and Development
Weitere Infos & Material
_ PART I: Quarrelling with Indian Perceptions.- Chapter 1: Quarrelling with Indian Perceptions.- Chapter 2: Dear, departed ones.- Chapter 3: 'Dreaming Bengal'.- Chapter 4: Reforming Babu's Worldview.- Chapter 5: The National Library, Calcutta: A Reader's Rendition.- Chapter 6: An Anatomy of Work Culture.- Chapter 7: Sketching Tagore as a Social Activist.- Chapter 8: India's family planning programme: a muddle extraordinary.- Chapter 9: In Resurrection of Gunnar Myrdal's Asian Drama.- PART II: Market, Media, and Development.- Chapter 10: On the Invasion of Neo-liberalism into Development Thinking.- Chapter 11: What education?.- Chapter 12: What is meant by 'changing times' after all?.- Chapter 13: Commodities, Comforts, and Chaos.- Chapter 14: Market, Media, and Mediocrity.- Chapter 15: Migration, Mediocrity and Misery.- Chapter 16: In the name of 'accident': India's road traffic deaths and injuries?.- Chapter 17: The Demography of North-East India: Perilous Pluralism?.- PART III: Society, Culture, and Dilemmas.- Chapter 18: 'Who is civilised'? On the tribal traditions, society, and culture.- Chapter 19: India's Social Stratification: Demography and Dilemmas.- Chapter 20: Aping the 'awful'? Recent Trends in India's North-South Cultural Divide.- Chapter 21: Understanding Modern Hindu Mind: Resurrecting Ashok Rudra's Reading.