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M.N.Srinivas and A.M.Shah; (Ed.) A.M.Shah; Epilogue By Yogendra Yadav

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M.N. Srinivas (Author) & A.M. Shah (Ed.)

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. Originally conceived by India?s most influential modern anthropologist M.N.Srinivas and his eminent colleague A.M.Shah, this book contains nineteen essays based on field studies of two national elections in India?s rural, tribal, and urban communities, within ten Indian states. It includes an Introduction by A.M. Shah and an Epilogue by the psephologist and political scientist Yogendra Yadav. The studies which comprise the bulk of this book were conducted by sixteen sociologists at the Delhi School of Economics under the direction of M.N. Srinivas and A.M.Shah. Demonstrating the importance of fieldwork for studying elections (as compared to the questionnaire and interview method), this book provides an entirely novel perspective on the study of elections?very different from the one usually projected through the interpretation of statistics. This sociologist?s micro-view contrasts with the more standard macro-view provided by political scientists, journalists, and psephologists. Among the many reasons for the importance of this book as a departure from standard electoral studies is the thoroughgoing manner in which it questions the general assumption of the rational individual as the sole arbiter of his/her voting behaviour. It analyses in detail the role of an array of social factors in electoral processes, and also delineates the continuity between local, regional, and national politics. In so doing, it reveals how Indian democracy actually operates at the grassroots. This important new work will interest sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and anyone interested in India?s polity and society. With its diverse narratives and jargon-free descriptions of actors in the political arena, this is also a book entirely accessible to non-specialists interested in India?s complex political and social processes during the drama-filled times when India goes to the polls. Printed Pages: 406. Bookseller Inventory # 98854

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. Originally conceived by Indiaâs most influential modern anthropologist M.N.Srinivas and his eminent colleague A.M.Shah, this book contains nineteen essays based on field studies of two national elections in Indiaâs rural, tribal, and urban communities, within ten Indian states. It includes an Introduction by A.M. Shah and an Epilogue by the psephologist and political scientist Yogendra Yadav. The studies which comprise the bulk of this book were conducted by sixteen sociologists at the Delhi School of Economics under the direction of M.N. Srinivas and A.M.Shah. Demonstrating the importance of fieldwork for studying elections (as compared to the questionnaire and interview method), this book provides an entirely novel perspective on the study of electionsâ"very different from the one usually projected through the interpretation of statistics. This sociologistâs micro-view contrasts with the more standard macro-view provided by political scientists, journalists, and psephologists. Among the many reasons for the importance of this book as a departure from standard electoral studies is the thoroughgoing manner in which it questions the general assumption of the rational individual as the sole arbiter of his/her voting behaviour. It analyses in detail the role of an array of social factors in electoral processes, and also delineates the continuity between local, regional, and national politics. In so doing, it reveals how Indian democracy actually operates at the grassroots. This important new work will interest sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and anyone interested in Indiaâs polity and society. With its diverse narratives and jargon-free descriptions of actors in the political arena, this is also a book entirely accessible to non-specialists interested in Indiaâs complex political and social processes during the drama-filled times when India goes to the polls. Printed Pages: 406. Bookseller Inventory # 98854

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Conceived By M.N.Srinivas and A.M.Shah; Edited By A.M.Shah: With an Epilogue By Yogendra Yadav

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Item Description: Permanent Black, 2011. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents Preface. Introduction/A.M. Shah. I. The general elections of 1967 1. A village in Chomu Assembly Constituency in Rajasthan/Anand Chakravarti. 2. A village in Thanjavur Assembly Constituency in Tamil Nadu/R. Jayaraman. 3. A small town in Sasni Assembly Constituency in Uttar Pradesh/Khadija A. Gupta. 4. A neighbourhood in South Jullundur Assembly Constituency in Punjab/Veena Dua. 5. Two Metropolitan Council Constituencies in New Delhi i. A candidate in Prithviraj Road Constituency/Mohini Anjum. ii. A neighbourhood in Sarojini Nagar Constituency/Achla Mittal. 6. A working class area in Singanallur Assembly Constituency in Tamil Nadu/E.A. Ramaswamy. 7. Bageshwar Assembly Constituency in Kumaon Uttar Pradesh/R.D. Sanwal and Sushila Sanwal. 8. Shirdi Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra/B.S. Baviskar. 9. Rudauli Assembly Constituency in Uttar Pradesh/Imtiaz Ahmad. 10. Bannur Assembly Constituency in Karnataka/M.N. Panini. II. The Parliamentary Elections of 1971 11. A village in Outer Delhi Parliamentary Constituency/M.S.A Rao. 12. A village in Muzaffarnagar Parliamentary Constituency in Uttar Pradesh/Madhu S. Mishra. 13. A village in Anand Parliamentary Constituency in Gujarat/L.S. Vishwanath. 14. Two villages in Outer Manipur Parliamentary Constituency/N. Rohit Singh. 15. A village in Dausa Parliamentary Constituency in Rajasthan/Anand Chakravarti. 16. A small town in Hathras Parliamentary Constituency in Uttar Pradesh/Khadija A. Gupta. 17. A neighbourhood in Jullundur Parliamentary Constituency in Punjab/Veena Dua. 18. A working class area in Singanallur Assembly Constituency in Tamil Nadu/E.A. Ramaswamy. Epilogue Invitation to a dialogue what work does Fieldwork do in the field of elections/Yogendra Yadav. Index. The Grassroots of Democracy conceived by India's most influential modern anthropologist M.N. Srinivas and his eminent colleague A.M. Shah who has also edited it this book contains essays based on field studies of two national elections in India's rural tribal and urban communities within ten Indian states. The studies were conducted by sixteen sociologists at the Delhi School of Economics under the direction of Srinivas and Shah. Demonstrating the importance of fieldwork for studying elections (as compared to the questionnaire and interview method) this book provides a novel perspective on elections very different from the usual interpretation of statistics. Here the sociologist's micro view contrasts with the macro view of political scientists journalists and psephologists. The book is contextualised by an epilogue from the distinguished political scientist Yogendra Yadav. Among the many reasons for the importance of this book as a departure in electoral studies is the thorough going manner in which it questions the general assumption of the rational individual as the sole arbiter of voting behaviour. It analyses the role of social factors in electoral processes and delineates the continuity between local regional and national politics. In so doing it reveals how Indian democracy actually operates. With its diverse narratives and Jargon free descriptions this book will be accessible to non specialists interested in political and social processes during the drama filled times when India goes to the polls. It will greatly interest anthropologists journalists and psephologists. 380 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 63121

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