The Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology, Volume 1
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Social Science - 1660 pages
With fascinating entries on sociological and social anthropological research in India, this volume presents a wealth of information, including developments in the field, important empirical work, and its contributions to sociology as a whole. It will appeal to all sociology students, as well as to anyone with a broad interest in Asian studies.
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