From hierarchy to stratification: changing patterns of social inequality in a north Indian village
This Late 1960S Study Is An Attempt To Understand What Is Happening To A Segment Of Traditional Indian Society In Whose Social Divisions And Structure The Tentancies Of The Caste System Are Firmly Embedded And Confront The Concerted On Slaught Of The Egalitarian Ideals Of Independent India, Institutionalized In Panchayati Raj And The Five Year Plans. Without Dustjacket. Ex-Libris.
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