Society in India: Continuity and change

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University of California Press, 1970 - Caste - 716 pages
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Contents

Separate Hearths and Common Home
327
Internal Regulation
358
Centers and Regions
381
The Villager and Some Perennial Problems of Civilization
405
Continuity and Change
421
Jati Mobility
427
INTRODUCTION
443
Overcoming External Opposition
468
RECURRENT CHANGE THROUGH RELIGIOUS
521
Muslims
545
Jews Parsis
560
The Accretion of Tribal Peoples
573
RELATIONS WITHIN THE JATI
580
Direction of Tribal Change
593
Psychological Forces Social Processes and Systemic Shift
623
Trends
636

FAMILY AND KINSHIP RELATIONS
483
Fission and Fusion
487
Associations
500
THE CONCEPTS OF SYSTEM AND
660
BIBLIOGRAPHY
667
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