Constructing an Indian Ethnosociology

@inproceedings{Marriott1989ConstructingAI,
  title={Constructing an Indian Ethnosociology},
  author={McKim Marriott},
  year={1989}
}
New paradigms need critical discussion, and six scholars have helpfully stepped forward (in ConrribwiollS 24, 2, 1990) to co,nment on 'Toward an ethnosociology of India' (Comribwions 23, I. 1989).' Two of these dis­ cussants, L.A, Babb and Gerald James Larson, enler deeply into the details of my own proposals. and I here respond mainly to their valuable remarks, Two others, R,S. Khare and Michael Moffatt, situate my work within their histories of Indian cultural sociology, while K,N. Sharma… CONTINUE READING

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