Contested discourses: Politics of ethnic identity and autonomy in the Jharkhand region of India

Prakash, Amit
October 1999
Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Oct-Dec1999, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p461
Academic Journal
Analyzes the politics of ethnic identity and autonomy in Jharkhand, India. Prevalence of ethnic conflicts; Consequence of nationalist discourse dependence; Relevance of legislation and education on viewing colonial from precolonial state; Characterization of the Jharkhandi community; Aspects of colonial discourse in tribal regions.


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