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Apurba K Baruah

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ISBN 10: 8187498501 ISBN 13: 9788187498506


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About this Item: Regency. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Approaches to the study of student movements in North-East India/Apurba K. Baruah. 2. Contextualising student unrest in North-East India/R.L. Walli. 3. Students and nationalism: an assessment of the Assam Chatra Sanmilan, 1916-1939/Manorama Sharma. 4. Trends in the rise of student power in Assam (1916-1947)/Shiela Bora. 5. Left student movement in Assam 1905-47/Meeta Deka. 6. Student activism in the Barak Valley 1947-73/Arunima De Bhattacharjee. 7. On the question of students' hegemony: a study of the Assam Movement (1979-1985)/Samir Kumar Das. 8. Bodo student movements/R.N. Mosahary. 9. Students and youth organisations in Meghalaya/Pascal Malngiang. 10. Student movement in Arunachal Pradesh/S.Dutta. Appendix: 1. Problem of foreigners in Assam: memorandum of settlement. 2. Memorandum of settlement (Bodo accord). Index. "In the sixties of the twentieth century student movements generated great interest in some western countries. Two decades later, students seemed to have taken over the political space, in India's northeast. Thought student organizations have become major political players in some states of northeast India making or marring fortunes of Governments yet there has hardly been any attempt at studying these organizations and movements from a social science perspective. The papers presented in this volume discuss some important methodological issues of student movement studies and provide excellent historical accounts of student movements in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya-the three states that experienced major 259 pp. Seller Inventory # 39472

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