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By Subrata K Mitra, V B Singh

ISBN-10: 8178299453

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Whilst Rebels develop into Stakeholders: Democracy, supplier and Social swap in India, explores the corporation of normal women and men within the making of democratic social swap in India. The research is particular to India, however the concerns are of common curiosity, quite for the comparative politics of democratic social swap.

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More often than not, this is caused by the lack of inter-generational continuity in commitment to values vital to the system. Many factors such as population transfer, intergenerational mobility and patterns of social control account for this. The institutional arrangement of the political system itself plays a crucial role in this context. A robust political system is one which produces a consensus between generations at a given point of time, anticipates future demands and straddles between the generation currently in power and future generations.

For a detailed discussion of Ayub’s radio broadcast, see (Ali 2007). 3. Kohli’s own position with regard to prospects of democratic transition in changing societies has shifted over time. This becomes evident when one contrasts the tone of his earlier depiction of the growing crisis of Indian society (Kohli 1990) with his recent work (Kohli 2001). 22 When Rebels Become Stakeholders 4. This is the result of the 73rd and the 74th amendment of the constitution, which has added over six hundred thousand village councils as the third tier of the federal system.

A similar transformation from the agricultural to the industrial world in contemporary changing societies generates comparable political strife, which, as we learn from Huntington (1968), if unchecked, can lead to the collapse of the political system. In the trade-off between the pace of extending participation and the pace of change, Huntington counsels caution, preferring to arrest the rate of social mobilisation through enfranchisement, lest the weak and non-yet-established institutions be overwhelmed by the new arrivals in the political arena.

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