Political Process in Contemporary India

 Political Process in Contemporary India | UG, PG & aspirants of State and Civil Service Exam | By Pearson


About the Author

Abhay Prasad Singh, PGDAV College, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi.Krishna Murari, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi.

Contents:
1. Political processes in contemporary India: an introductory note 
2. Political parties in India 
3. Changing trends in party system in India: dominant party system and its breakdown 
4. Political economy of state politics in India 
5. Determinants of voting behaviour: caste, Class, gender and religion 
6. Regional aspirations: the politics of accommodation through development 
7. Religion and politics: minority and majority communalism 
8. Nature of secularism in contemporary India: an appraisal of issues and trends 
9. Caste in politics and the politicisation of caste 
10. Dalit movement in India 
11. Affirmative action in India: The case of Scheduled castes/tribes and other backward classes 
12. Affirmative action and women in India 
13. Reservation policy in India: a review and Rethinking 
14. Indian democratic developmental state and welfare regimes glossary references


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