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Identity, cultural pluralism, and state

N. K. Das

Identity, cultural pluralism, and state

South Asia in perspective

by N. K. Das

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Published by Anthropological Survey of India, in association with Macmillan Publishers India in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural pluralism,
  • Ethnicity,
  • Identity politics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, N.K. Das, V.R. Rao
    SeriesMacmillan advanced research series, Macmillan advanced research series
    ContributionsAnthropological Survey of India
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN635.I4 I34 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 541 p. :
    Number of Pages541
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25006480M
    ISBN 100230638597
    ISBN 109780230638594
    LC Control Number2011311429
    OCLC/WorldCa496702054

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Identity, Cultural Pluralism and State: South Asia in Perspective Das, N.K., and V.R. Rao (eds.): Delhi: Macmillan Publishers India, Review by Irfanullah Farooqi. Two decades after the publication of his prize-winning book, The Politics of Cultural Pluralism, Crawford Young and a distinguished panel of contributors assess the changing impact of cultural pluralism on political processes around the world, specifically in the former Soviet Union, China, United States, India, Ethiopia, and Guatemala.

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How do societies cope with ethnic and cultural diversity. Ernest Gellner observed that culturally and ethnically plural societies ‘worked well in the past’ but not under modern conditions.

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: The Politics of Language: Conflict, Identity, and Cultural Pluralism in Comparative Perspective (): Schmid, Carol L.: BooksCited by: These two strategies can be seen in two polar models of the state--a civic-assimilationist approach of the "French model" and an ethnocultural exclusionist model of the formation of the German state.

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