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An attempt is made to develop a theoretical scheme relating caste structure to agricultural development in indian villages using the concept of caste dominance in interpreting the process of sanskritization in ru india. The basic argument is that it is the dominance of an agricultural caste which is...
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The objective was to examine the applicability of the value theory approach in delineating prestige classes in 6 Indian villages & to compare the stratification structures thus obtained in terms of their substantive value & social meaningfulness. A major hypothesis was that stratification st...
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Barrett's Paradise is an anthropological study of social change in a rural community of southern Ontario. It revolves around three themes -- stratification, migration, and race and ethnic relations -- between the 'era of the 1950s' and the 'decade of the 1980s.' In the 1950s, Paradise was a traditio...