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Caste, hierarchy and individualism: Indian critiques of Louis Dumont's contribution

By: Khare, R. S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford in India readings in sociology and social anthropology. Publisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2006Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xviii, 262 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780198062776.Subject(s): Dumont, Louis, 1911-1998 | Caste --India | Individualism --India | Social stratification --IndiaDDC classification: 301.44 Summary: With contributions from all the important names in Indian sociology and anthropology, this reader looks primarily at caste. Organized around Indian responses to the work of Louis Dumont, the essays discuss the logic, application, and problems associated witih Dumont's influential structural and comparative method. (LOC)
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With contributions from all the important names in Indian sociology and anthropology, this reader looks primarily at caste. Organized around Indian responses to the work of Louis Dumont, the essays discuss the logic, application, and problems associated witih Dumont's influential structural and comparative method. (LOC)

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