Jharkhand: Environment, Development, Ethnicity
Oxford University Press, 2004 - Social Science - 370 pages
This Volume, One Of The First On Jharkhand, Focuses On The Critical Issues Confronting The Fledgling State In Bringing About A Sustained And All-Round Development Of The Region Without Forfeiting Its Ethnic And Environmental Concerns. The Book, Apart From Looking At Issues Specific To Jharkhand, Facilitates A More General Understanding Of Some Key Issues In Development Studies Including Orientalism, Environmental Politics And Institutions, Gender Relations, The Problem Of `Elite Capture` Of Development Projects, Social Capital And Participation
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