Critical Themes in Indian Sociology brings together the writings of a number of scholars-both well established and younger, in India and in different parts of the world-on various themes that express the richness and diversity that defines sociological scholarship on India. The book reflects changes in scholarship over time and charts out new subjects and methods for the study of social life in India. Commemorating the 50 plus years since Contributions to Indian Sociology was first published, this book is a tribute to a journal that has sustained an internationally acclaimed and rigorous sociological engagement with India. Comprising a wide range of themes such as village, city, class, caste, politics, gender, sexuality, media, food and education, this book presents a concise, yet in-depth sense of a sociological view of India today.
Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd
Number of pages: 504
Dimensions: 215 x 139 mm
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