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Ethnicity and development - an elusive relationship

Contemporary South Asia 2(2): 123-149
Ethnicity and development - an elusive relationship
This paper considers the relationship between ethnicity and development and constructs a model of development that releases the potential of various ethnic groups. It looks at the meaning of ethnicity, development and ethnic conflict, the principles of ethnodevelopment and examines the position of nation building in South Asia. With regard to the latter, issues such as regional security, ethnopolitics in the states of South Asia, and Gandhiism and the 'new regionalism' are discussed.

Accession: 002373677

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