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Adrian C. Mayer
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For Indians coming to Fiji were usually unrelated and from many castes, and had come from widely separated districts.

Such an object should need no justification in a country where populations with such varied interests and customs live side by side. For Indians coming to Fiji were usually unrelated and from many castes, and had come from widely separated districts.

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Published 1960 by Routledge & K. Paul in London Case studies, Caste, India, Kinship, Villages

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The development of the modern Indian legal system provides, as Marc Galanter notes, a remarkable .

The development of the modern Indian legal system provides, as Marc Galanter notes, a remarkable instance of the total displacement of a major intellectual and institutional complex in a highly developed civilization with one largely of foreign origin or at least inspiration and the replacement of the savants and practitioners of the older system by a new elite. The bulk of this modern elite, the second largest body of legal practitioners in the world, comprises the district lawyers or vakils. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. A Study of Fiji Indian Rural Society. Publisher Description. First published in 1998.

It was established in 1957 by Louis Dumont and David Francis Pocock. It is published by Sage Publications in association with the Institute of Economic Growth. CIS was founded by Louis Dumont and David Pocock in 1957 but ceased publication in 1966.

However unlike studies on caste, kinship, village community, gender, study of agrarian relations did not occupy a central position in Indian sociology. The first systematic study of rural India was done by . Majumdar followed by . Bose, . Dubey,M. However it was with the publication of Andre& Studies in Agrarian Social Structure in 1974 that agrarian sociology gained professional respectability within the two disciplines. Peasant studies in a way arrived in India with village studies

First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.