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The Context of Ethnicity Sikh Identity in a Comparative Perspective


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This questions the widely held conceptualization states and ascriptive identities through a study of Sikh extremism in the Punjab The book argues that contrary to popular opinion, regional sympathies can co-exist with nationalist loyalty.

In this book the author maintains that viewing ethnic conflict in terms of cultural exclusiveness and intolerance prevents us from comprehending how friends and enemies switch sides radically are not fixed and permanent even within a relatively short span of time.

The cover on this book is a little worn due to age related and due to handling in warehouse pages are intact 

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Weight .450 kg

Book Details

ISBN: 9780195636949
No of Pages: 241
Format: Hardback
Language: English
Publisher: OUP
Year Published: 1996

Author Details
First Name: Dipankar
Last Name: Gupta


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