Published April 1987
by South Asia Books .
Written in English
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Title: Caste, Faction, and Party in Indian Politics: Election studies Caste, Faction, and Party in Indian Politics: Election Studies, Paul R. Brass Volume 2 of Caste, Faction, and Party in Indian Politics. Brass, P. Caste, Faction _ Party in Indian Politics - Partpdf MB The purpose of the Charan Singh Archives is to widely disseminate the life and intellectual heritage of Charan Singh and we encourage the use of this public material. caste in indian politics by kothari, rajni (ed) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Caste in Indian politics. Rajni Kothari User Review - Flag as inappropriate. i want to read the book. Contents. Caste in Indian Politics. 3: Caste and Political Factions in Rajasthan Hindus caste solidarity caste system Castes Federation cent coalition cohesion conference conflict Congress Committee Congress Party constituency Reviews: 1.
Caste and faction among the dominant caste: the Reddis and Kammas of Andhra Carolyn M. Elliot. Part Three 6. Caste and political factions in Rajasthan Richard Sisson 7. Caste and political recruitment in Bihar Ramashray Roy 8. Caste and political . The study reveals that there is no relationship between caste and factional orientation in the politics of Congress factionalism. It discusses factionalism in Congress party, Congress factionalism in Kerala, social base of factionalism. (The book is a serious empirical study of factionalism in Kerala). Rural Labour Relations in India. impetus to the role of caste in Indian politics and the role of caste in the different aspects of politics can be viewed by the given points as it is seen to influence the entire policy making of the government; example is vivid like Reservation policy in favour of certain castes. 1. 3. Identification with political parties. 4. Political influence. Rajni Kothari () studied relationship between caste and politics as a relationship for the specific purpose of organising public activity. He did this in two ways: (a) By examining the nature of relationship between caste and politics.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brass, Paul R., Caste, faction, and party in Indian politics. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, The phenomenon of caste has probably aroused more controversy than any other aspect of Indian life and thought. Susan Bayly's cogent and sophisticated analysis explores the emergence of the ideas, experiences and practices which gave rise to the so-called 'caste society' from the pre-colonial period to the end of the twentieth by: Scholars like Rajni Kothari (), Lindzey Gardner, Miller (), Key (), Campbell (), and Norman Palmer () have referred to caste as a voting determinant. Just as in Britain, voting is class-determinant, in United States, it is race-determinant, in India it is caste-determinant. Caste, Faction, And Party In Indian Politics by Paul R. Brass avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.