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Analysis of Social Movements
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accepted actions activities agrarian analysis aspects associations attempt authority caste Chapter collective communication communist consciousness consequences constitute context continued conversion create cultural Dalits defined deprivation dimension discussion dominant economic effort emergence empirical enemy existing fact force Further given goals gramdan groups hand Hindu identity ideology ignore important independent India individuals initiated institutionalization institutions interests invariably involved issues labour land leaders leadership leading means ment middle mobilization move movements nation-state nature necessary noted operate organization orientation origin participants particularly peasant peasant movements peasantry perceived phase political parties population position possibility present primordial problem protest pursue referred reform region relating religion religious response role Second situation social social movements society specific status strategy structure struggle studies style suggest tion traditional tribal types understanding units usually values viewed villages workers