Nation-building and Citizenship: Studies of Our Changing Social Order

Voorkant
University of California Press, 1977 - 449 pagina's
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Examines how states and civil societies interact in their formation of a new political community, focusing on authority patterns and relations established between individuals and states during nation- building. For students and scholars of political science, sociology, history, and comparative studies. Originally published in 1964 by John Wiley and Sons, with a 1977 enlarged edition published by University of California Press, this latest enlarged edition includes an introduction by the author's son. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Studies of Our Changing Social Order
1
Theoretical perspectives
18
Historical perspectives
27
PART
37
Aspects of authority in the great transformation
57
Transformations of Western European Societies
66
Concluding considerations
122
PART
173
Public Authority in a Developing Political Com
256
Responses to backwardness and emerging prob
275
Attempts to define the role of the village
291
Indian policies of development
297
the adminis
304
In quest of public cooperation
313
Rural social structure and Indias political com
338
Concluding Considerations
357

Private authority and work habits
180
Public authority and the stability of expectations
191
The plebiscitarian engineering of consent
208

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