Ethnicity and Populist Mobilization

Political Parties, Citizens and Democracy In South India

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ISBN:

9780195652239

Publication date:

03/11/1999

Paperback

Price: 450.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195652239

Publication date:

03/11/1999

Paperback

Narendra Subramanian

Suitable for: Will interest a wide audience- not only students and scholars of sociology, political science, anthropology, cultural studies, but also journalists and activists interested in public debate on these issues

Rights:  World Rights

Narendra Subramanian

Description

This book examines how the interactions of parties and society continually reshape ethnic identities and redirect ethnic politics. By exploring the course taken by the Dravidian parties of South India, it shows how citizens and leaders may act to preserve tolerance and democracy amidst considerable ethnic mobilization, even if governments are unable or unwilling to do so.

Narendra Subramanian

Narendra Subramanian

Narendra Subramanian

Narendra Subramanian

Description

This book examines how the interactions of parties and society continually reshape ethnic identities and redirect ethnic politics. By exploring the course taken by the Dravidian parties of South India, it shows how citizens and leaders may act to preserve tolerance and democracy amidst considerable ethnic mobilization, even if governments are unable or unwilling to do so.

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