Author:Dipankar Gupta


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Mistaken Modernity: India Between Worlds

By: Dipankar Gupta

Price: $5.40

Publisher: New Delhi, India, HarperCollins Publishers: 2007

Edition: Fourth Impression

Seller ID: 031173

ISBN: 8172234147

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 235. View more info

From 'People' To 'Citizen': Democracy's Must Take Road

By: Dipankar Gupta

Price: $19.35

Publisher: New Delhi, Orient BlackSwan: 2017

Seller ID: 1202373

ISBN: 9789383166237

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Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Being a Citizen: From Passions to Fraternity. 2. From Nationalism to Citizenship: Majority Concessions and Democratic Consensus. 3. Planning for the Poor: Limits of the Targeted Approach. 4. Threshold Markers: Citizens or Beneficiaries. 5. Skilling Citizens: Raising the Human Resource Base. 6. Beyond Interest Enclave Politics: Civic Consumerism and Citizenship Aspirations. 7. Space and Non Space in City Master Plans: Urban Utilities and Citizen Membership. 8. Civil Society and Democracy: Bringing back the Citizen. 9. Social Science and Democracy: An Elective... View more info

Social Stratification

By: Dipankar Gupta (ed.)

Price: $13.62

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Oxford University Press: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 033674

ISBN: 0195630882

Condition: New

A collection of readings on four themes: caste; caste profiles; class; and caste, class, and conflict. Printed Pages: 536. View more info

Country-Town Nexus (Studies in Social Transformation in Contemporary India)

By: K.L. Sharma & Dipankar Gupta (Eds.)

Price: $8.50

Publisher: New Delhi, Rawat Publications: 1992

Seller ID: 702038

ISBN: 8170330998

Condition: New

The essays in this volume, whether conceptual or empirical, or a blend of both, all reinforce the claim that the term “country-town nexus” makes a sociological category. It is unimportant to emphasize the advantages of employing the category “country-town nexus” as opposed to “modernization” or “rural-urban interaction”. Firstly, the “country-town nexus” forces one to visualise the town and country as mutually implicated. Secondly, the “nexus” also sensitises the scholar to the fact that the interaction between the town and country is fraught with contradictions and tha... View more info