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Ethnic conflict and civic life : Hindus and Muslims in India / Ashutosh Varshney.

By: Varshney, Ashutosh.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Oxford University Press, c2002Description: xv, 382 p. : ill., charts ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780195661163 (hbk.); 0195661168 (hbk.).Subject(s): Communalism -- India | Ethnic conflict -- India | Hindus -- India | Muslims -- India | India -- Politics and government -- 1947-DDC classification: 954​.0088​2971 VAR Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
PART I: ARGUMENTS AND THEORIES: Introduction Why civil society? Ethnic conflict and the existing traditions of inquiry PART II: THE NATIONAL LEVEL: Competing national imaginations Hindu-Muslim riots, 1950-1995: the national picture PART III: LOCAL VARIATIONS: "ALIGARH AND CALICUT: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CHEAVAGES": Aligarh and Calicut: civic life and its political foundations Vicious and virtuous circles "HYDERABAD AND LUCKNOW: ELITE INTEGRATION VERSUS MASS INTEGRATION": Gandhi and civil society Decline of a civic order and communal violence Endogeneity? Of causes and consequences PART IV: CONCLUSIONS: Ethnic conflict, the state, and civil society Appendix A: Questionnaire for the Project on Hindu-Muslim relations in India Appendix B: Data entry protocol for the riot database Appendix C: Regression results: Hindu-Muslim riots, 1950-1995.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-371) and index.

PART I: ARGUMENTS AND THEORIES: Introduction
Why civil society? Ethnic conflict and the existing traditions of inquiry
PART II: THE NATIONAL LEVEL: Competing national imaginations
Hindu-Muslim riots, 1950-1995: the national picture
PART III: LOCAL VARIATIONS: "ALIGARH AND CALICUT: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CHEAVAGES": Aligarh and Calicut: civic life and its political foundations
Vicious and virtuous circles
"HYDERABAD AND LUCKNOW: ELITE INTEGRATION VERSUS MASS INTEGRATION": Gandhi and civil society
Decline of a civic order and communal violence
Endogeneity? Of causes and consequences
PART IV: CONCLUSIONS: Ethnic conflict, the state, and civil society
Appendix A: Questionnaire for the Project on Hindu-Muslim relations in India
Appendix B: Data entry protocol for the riot database
Appendix C: Regression results: Hindu-Muslim riots, 1950-1995.

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