India: Government and Politics in a Developing Nation

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Cengage Learning, 2008 - 548 من الصفحات
INDIA: GOVERNMENT and POLITICS IN A DEVELOPING NATION, 7e, is the authoritative textbook on India. The text discusses India’s political and economic development, its experiences with democracy, its foreign policy, and its institutional structure. Kochanek and Hardgrave do a very thorough job of discussing all of this within a broader historical and cultural context. This new edition includes coverage of the latest elections and governmental changes, as well as coverage of India’s growth as an economic market.
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Robert L. Hardgrave, Jr. is the Louann and Larry Temple Centennial Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, Departments of Government and Asian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a specialist in comparative politics, with an area focus on the domestic and international politics of South Asia. Working principally in India, he has conducted research on a wide range of topics, including ethnic/linguistic conflict, social movements, and politics and social change. In addition INDIA: GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN A DEVELOPING NATION, first published in 1970, his books include THE DRAVIDIAN MOVEMENT; THE NADARS OF TAMILNAD: THE POLITICAL CULTURE OF A COMMUNITY IN CHANGE; INDIA UNDER PRESSURE: PROSPECTS FOR POLITICAL STABILITY; AND ESSAYS IN THE POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY OF SOUTH INDIA. His most recent book, though not in political science, addresses his long interest in India: A PORTRAIT OF THE HINDUS: BALTHAZAR SOLVYNS & THE EUROPEAN IMAGE OF INDIA 1760-1824. Professor Hardgrave is senior policy adviser on South Asia for Political Risk Services, Inc., and has served as a consultant on South Asia for the U.S. Department of State.

Stanley A. Kochanek is a professor of political science at Pennsylvania State University. He has had extensive field experience in India as a Senior Fulbright Fellow and a research fellow of the American Institute of Indian Studies. He has published several books and numerous research articles on the politics of South Asia and is primarily interested in the role of political parties and interest groups in political systems.

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