Shadow space: suicides and the predicament of rural India

@article{Schurman2013ShadowSS,
  title={Shadow space: suicides and the predicament of rural India},
  author={Rachel A. Schurman},
  journal={Journal of Peasant Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={597 - 601}
}
  • R. Schurman
  • Published 1 May 2013
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Peasant Studies
the democracy to which Paraguay aspires. Throughout the book, Hetherington critiques transparency reforms that seek to depoliticize the public bureaucracy as elitist and perversely anti-democratic. However, to be more precise and fairer to the new democrats, their ideal is not to remove all contestation and politics from society. That would indeed render the project of democratization entirely meaningless. Instead, their goal is to restrict politics to its ‘proper’ place in the electoral and… 

Biological soil crust (BSC) is an effective biofertilizer on Vigna mungo (L.)

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Department of Sociology and Institute for Global Studies, University of Minnesota Email: schurman@umn.edu

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