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Collective conflict in India

James Manor

Collective conflict in India

by James Manor

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Published by Centre for Security and Conflict Studies in London .
Written in English


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StatementJames Manor.
SeriesConflict studies -- 212
ContributionsCentre for Security and Conflict Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination27p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13909627M

  Managing Conflicts in India is an academic treatise aimed at serious students of India and Political Science. It is not a book for the layman or the casual reader. In classic academic style, Biswas presents a thesis and rigorously tests it to determine its applicability. The book is not meant to explain why so many Indians at different times Reviews: 3.   The study analyzed ongoing land-related conflicts in the country. Together these conflicts affect close to 32 lakhs ( million) people and span close to 12 lakhs ( million) hectares of land in India. These conflicts affect industrial or development projects amounting to roughly Rs. 12 lakhs crores (Rs. 12 trillion) in investment.

using collective bargaining for decent work, just compensation, and worker welfare. Experiences in organizing the bidi1 worker women from the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh (MP), Rajasthan, and West Bengal in India are used to explain the SEWA intervention strategy, the process of collective bargaining, and achievements. The focus of the journal is on publishing theoretical, empirical and scientifically based studies to explore causes and consequences of conflict, development, and peace in our complex world. The journal especially seeks papers that address: Economic, political, social, and environmental factors associated with conflict, development, and peace.

  The India-China Conflict. in Latest, News. The India-China Conflict. by George Callaghan J Views 5 Comments. his Little Red Book and the rest of grisly gang is quasi-religious. to engage in collective bargaining and to strike. There is some corruption in India which is partly because India rightly recognises the. To mark the end of Pride Month we at Indian Novels Collective have compiled a list of five translated works of queer literature from India. While the pandemic has made it impossible to go out and celebrate Pride this year, we can still maintain the essence of Pride while staying home and curling up with these essential reads in order to.


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This book is a comprehensive account of the well-known Sardar Sarovar Project in India and the world-wide campaign against it led by the Narmada Bachao Andolan. The book attempts to understand the unfurling crisis around the Project in order to develop a comprehensive sociology of development action that goes beyond positivist methods and evaluative by: Collective conflict in India.

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Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Unfinished War by Victoria Schofield (IB Tauris) An expanded version of her widely acclaimed Kashmir in the. This book attempts a representation of society in contemporary India Collective conflict in India book an ethnography woven around long-standing intractable conflicts — of displacement and rehabilitation, patriarchy, insurgency and counter-insurgency operations, and climate change.

Ethno-nationalist conflicts are rampant today, causing immense human loss. Stanley J. Tambiah is concerned with the nature of the ethno-nationalist explosions that have disfigured so many regions of the world in recent years. He focuses primarily on collective violence in the form of civilian riots in South Asia, using selected instances in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India.

This book analyses the impact that prolonged socio-political conflict in India has had on political and social spaces for women. Focusing in particular on Assam in the North East of India, it looks at how the conflict can be restricting, and yet can also have the potential to expand these spaces for women owing to the collapsing of boundaries of gender roles, thereby creating niche areas that.

This book is a comprehensive account of the well-known Sardar Sarovar Project in India and the world-wide campaign against it led by the Narmada Bachao Andolan. The book attempts to. Australia, China, India, South Africa and the USA. The book offers indepth analyses, good practices and offers new ways to go for third party intervention in collective labor conflicts in a changing environment.

This important new book critically evaluates the conventional reading of ethnicity and ethnic conflict in contemporary Indian politics. By focusing on India's nation and state-building in the peripheral regions sincein particular Punjab, it argues that there is a case for considering India.

– This study sets out to examine conflict style preferences in India and the predictive effects of various demographic variables on conflict style preference., – Data were gathered in India (n=) among Muslims and Hindus. Conflict was measured using Oetzel's Conflict Style Measure.

To answer the research questions, repeated measures ANOVA and multiple regressions were conducted., – The. International Conflict: Logic and Evidence is based on the premise that proper understanding of international conflict – a necessary prerequisite for achieving peace – can come only from logic and evidence, not from opinion and anecdote.

This groundbreaking book introduces students to international conflict’s key theories and empirical research. Based on the study of periurban Gurgaon in North-West India, this paper unravels the different types of conflicts and cooperation that have emerged around land and water, drawing insights from conflict/cooperation studies and urban political ecology.

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the result and social conflicts under sociology, the attitude of the combatants, the right of collective bargaining of collective agreements, of conciliation 1 Kapoor, T.N.

(Ed.), Personnel Management and Industrial Relations in India. N.M. Tripathi & Sons Pvt. Ltd., Bombay, p. Part of the Industrial Relations & Conflict Management book series (IRCM) Abstract. In South Africa, strikes resulting from failed collective bargaining processes are often protracted and regularly involve recourse by striking workers to unlawful means of pursuing their objectives (including non-compliance with agreed or statutory strike.

Development, Crisis and Conflict: The Indian Experience Design 3. The Sardar Sarovar Project and State Conflict: Development on the Narmada Appraisal 4.

The Gainers and Losers: A Cost-benefit Analysis of the SSP Construction 5. Collective Action and the Development Discourse: Against the SSP, Against Development Evaluation 6. India: Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining Trade unions in India have come a long way since the first organized trade union - the Madras Labour Union, one of the earliest unions, was formed in India now has more t registered trade unions1 along with an unaccounted number of unregistered trade unions scattered across.

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Sanjoy Chakravorty, author of a book on conflicts over land in India, explains the problems bedevilling land acquisition in the country. An exploratory study o f interp ersonal conflict handling i n multinational organizations in India repor ted one third of all the conflicts a nd that of boss-subordinate (often) did not get r esolved.Collective conflict management means changing the attitude and behaviours of groups and departments within an organization.

The two basic procedures which is a part of collective conflict management are Bargaining and Negotiation. For this third party intervention can also be helpful in .India is one example of a developing economy that has recently opened its doors to international unions by employers for the purpose of collective bargaining.

8. legislation aimed at regulating industrial conflict and boosting production. The basic assumption in the acts is that the union is weak.