The journal presents a diversity of theoretical approaches to the study of society in India. It provides a forum for divergent views on Indian society, believing that differences of approach are born of genuine scholarly concerns. Regular features include research articles, review articles, a 'discussion' section, book reviews and notes.
Contributions to Indian Sociology is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://cis.sagepub.com
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