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The post-colonial states of South Asia
|Statement||edited by Amita Shastri and A. Jeyaratnam Wilson.|
|Contributions||Shastri, Amita., Wilson, A. Jeyaratnam.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 358 p. :|
|Number of Pages||358|
Southeast Asia, one of the most colonized regions in the world, is conspicuously absent in the expanding archive of Postcolonial Studies. This is partly due to the negligence of the many practicing Postcolonial Studies practitioners, including editors of anthologies. Book Description Statelessness is defined as the quality of being without a state, a nationality or even the protection that nationality should offer. Addressing the lacuna in literature on stateless people in post-colonial South Asia, The State of Being Stateless brings together the lived experiences of diverse stateless groups within a.
The colonial state has been an object of intense study and debate amongst historians and postcolonial scholars. In this special issue devoted to questions of colonial state crime I consider the. Hassan N. Gardezi; The Post-Colonial State in South Asia: The Case of Pakistan. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 1 August ; 5 (2): Related Book Chapters. Partition and Pakistan. Betrayal, Anger, and Loss Women Write the Partition in Pakistan. Pakistan as a Cited by: 1.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: 4. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xviii. PDF. Introduction The Post-Colonial States of South Asia: Democracy, Identity, Development and Security.
Introduction The Post-Colonial States of South Asia: Democracy, Identity, Development and Security. Amita Shastri.
Pages Democracy. 1st Edition Published on March 4, by Routledge This text discusses the principal political and constitutional questions that have arisen in the states The Post-Colonial States of South Asia: Political and Constitutional P.
The Post-Colonial States of South Asia: Democracy, Development and Identity This book explores the historical roots of rapid economic growth in South Asia, with reference to politics, markets.
The chapters in this volume analyse issues relating to political governance, national identity, economic development and regional security that have preoccupied the states of South Asia in the fifty years following independence. India has been faced with the challenge of developing effective.
The Post-Colonial States of South Asia by Amita Shastri,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The chapters in this volume analyse issues relating to political governance, national identity, economic development and regional security that have preoccupied the states of South Asia in the fifty years following independence.
India has been faced with the challenge of developing effective democratic structures in the world's most diverse and populous society. The Post-Colonial States of South Asia. por Amita Shastri,A.
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Bangladesh appears to have found its own variant of democratic authoritarianism that has been increasingly witnessed in South Asia and beyond. Sri Lanka's post-colonial state structure was heavily centralized and the centre came to be dominated by the Sinhalese majority. Bureaucratic models were adopted in South Asia without putting them into litmus test of the contextual realities and historical antecedents (Haque, ).
The attributes that can be ascribed to the bureaucracy of the British, namely centralization, rigidity, elitism, secrecy were very much a part of the post-colonial states in South Asia (ibid).
Thus, when thinking about South Asia, the Indian state has often sought the same role as a regional hegemon as the one enjoyed by the empire in its heyday. One could argue that the totally avoidable war with China in was a product of remnants of this misguided belief.
Post-colonial Curriculum Practices in South Asia gives a conceptual framework for curriculum design for English Language Teaching, taking into account context specific features in the teaching–learning settings of post-colonial South Asia.
It reveals how the attitudes prevalent in post-colonial South Asian societies towards English negatively influence English language learning. The book. The Post-Colonial States of South Asia: Democracy, Identity, Development and Security [Shastri, Amita, Wilson, A. Jeyaratnam] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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by TARIQ AMIN KHAN. The process of modern state building of post colonial states has made South Asia a region crowded with refugees and the displaced with the fourth largest concentration of refugees in the world.
The situation is grim as no state has formulated a policy towards refugees or migrants. The books reflects the concern to humanise the response to the Format: Hardcover. In his extraordinarily influential book Orientalism, Edward Said argued that Western knowledge about the Orient in the Post-Enlightenment period has been "a systematic discourse by which Europe was able to manage—even produce—the Orient politically, sociologically, militarily, ideologically, scientifically, and imaginatively." According to Said, European and American views of the Orient.South Asia is an odd case, where neighbors trade much more with distant countries than among themselves.
10 Many of India’s neighbors have long maintained that India is a regional hegemon, capitalizing on striking asymmetries to promote its own interests: India accounts for 60% of the land area, 75% of the population and 80% of the GDP of.By exploring themes of fragility, mobility and turmoil, anxieties and agency, and pedagogy, this book shows how colonialism shaped postcolonial projects in South and Southeast Asia including India, Pakistan, Burma, and Indonesia.
Its chapters unearth the contingency and contention that accompanied the establishment of nation-states and their claim to be decolonized heirs. The book places key.