Marginal Players in Marginal Assemblies: The Indian MLA
The Book Is A Comparative Study On The Mlas Of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu And Haryana. Unlike Other Studies That Focus Largely On Their Changing Socio-Economic Background And Their Socialisation, This One Extends To Examine Their Activities, Effectiveness, Role Perception And Attitudes In Relation To National Issues.
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Structure of the Study
The SocioEconomic Background of MLAs
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