From features to underspecification

edited by Charles W. Kreidler

Phonology: Critical Concepts, the first such anthology to appear in thirty years and the largest ever published, brings together over a hundred previously published book chapters and articles from professional journals. These have been chosen for their importance in the exploration of theoretical questions, with some preference for essays that are not easily accessible. Divided into sections, each part is preceded by a brief introduction which aims to point out the problems addressed by the various articles and show their relations to one another.

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  • VOLUME I: STATE AND INSTITUTIONS Part 1: The post-colonial state and the challenge of legitimacy 1. Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, 'Presidential Address: State Formation in Asia--Prolegomenon to a Comparative Study', The Journal of Asian Studies, 46 (4), November 1987, pp. 731-746 2. Arend Lijphart, 'The Puzzle of Indian Democracy: A Consociational Interpretation', The American Political Science Review, 90 (2), June 1996, pp. 258-268. 3. Richard Burghart, 'The Formation of the Concept of Nation-State in Nepal', The Journal of Asian Studies, 44 (1), November 1984, pp. 101-125. Part 2: The structure and process of post-independence politics 4. Rajni Kothari, 'The Congress "System" in India', Asian Survey, 4 (12), December 1964, pp. 1161-1173. 5. W.H. Morris-Jones, 'The Indian Congress Party: A Dilemma of Dominance', Modern Asian Studies, 1 (2), 1967, pp. 109-132 6. Myron Weiner, 'Traditional Role Performance and the Development of Modern Political Parties: The Indian Case', The Journal of Politics, 26 (4), November 1964, pp. 830-849. 7. Donald S. Zagoria, 'The Ecology of Peasant Communism in India', The American Political Science Review, 65 (1), March 1971, pp. 144-160. 8. Michael Brecher, 'Succession in India 1967: The Routinization of Political Change', Asian Survey, 7 (7), July 1967, pp. 423-443. Part 3: The unravelling of the state 9. Subrata K. Mitra, 'A Theory of Governmental Instability in Parliamentary Systems', Comparative Political Studies, 13 (2), July 1980, pp.235-263 10. Jyotirindra Das Gupta, 'A Season of Caesars: Emergency Regimes and Development Politics in Asia', Asian Survey, 18 (4), April 1978, pp. 315-349. 11. Kaviraj, Sudipta, 'On the Crisis of Political Institutions in India', Contributions to Indian Sociology, Vol. 18/2 (1984), pp. 223-43. Part 4: The recovery of order 12. Pradeep K. Chhibber and John R. Petrocik, 'The Puzzle of Indian Politics: Social Cleavages and the Indian Party System', British Journal of Political Science, 19 (2), April 1989, pp. 191-210. 13. Katharine Adeney, 'Constitutional Centring: Nation Formation and Consociational Federalism in India and Pakistan', Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 40 (3), November 2002, pp. 8-33. 14. Emma Mawdsley, 'Redrawing the Body Politic: Federalism, Regionalism and the Creation of New States in India', Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 40 (3), November 2002 , pp. 34-54 15. Aseema Sinha, 'Rethinking the Developmental State Model: Divided Leviathan and Subnational Comparisons in India', Comparative Politics, 35 (4), July 2003, pp. 459-476 16. Ashutosh Varshney, 'Is India Becoming More Democratic?', The Journal of Asian Studies, 59 (1), February 2000, pp. 3-25. 17. Subrata K. Mitra, 'Elite Agency and Governance in Changing Societies: India in Comparative Perspective', Asian Journal of Political Science, 16 (1), April 2008, pp. 1-23. Part 5: India's South Asian neighbours 18. Hasan-Askari Rizvi, 'The Paradox of Military Rule in Pakistan', Asian Survey, 24 (5), May 1984, pp. 534-555. 19. Rounaq Jahan, 'Bangladesh in 2002: Imperiled Democracy', Asian Survey, 43 (1), A Survey of Asia in 2002. (Jan.- Feb., 2003), pp. 222-229. 20. Ivor Jennings, 'Politics in Ceylon Since 1952', Pacific Affairs, 27 (4), December 1954, pp. 338-352. 21. Amita Shastri, 'Channelling Ethnicity through Electoral Reforms in Sri Lanka', Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 43 (1), March 2005, pp.34-60 22. Thierry Mathou, 'Political Reform in Bhutan: Change in a Buddhist Monarchy', Asian Survey, 39 (4), July-August 1999, pp. 613-632. VOLUME II: STATE AND SOCIETY Part 6: Social change: from hierarchy to equality 23. M.N. Srinivas, 'Caste in Modern India', The Journal of Asian Studies, 16 (4), August 1957, pp. 529-548. 24. T.N. Madan, 'Secularism in Its Place', The Journal of Asian Studies, 46 (4), November 1987, pp. 747-759. 25. Richard G. Fox, 'Varna Schemes and Ideological Integration in Indian Society', Comparative Studies in Society and History, 11 (1), January 1969, pp. 27-45. 26. Judith M. Brown, 'The Mahatma and Modern India', Modern Asian Studies, 3 (4), Gandhi Centenary Number, 1969, pp. 321-342. 27. Lloyd I. Rudolph, 'The Modernity of Tradition: The Democratic Incarnation of Caste in India', The American Political Science Review, 59 (4), December 1965, pp. 975-989. 28. Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, 'Consensus and Conflict in Indian Politics', World Politics 13 (3), April 1961, pp. 385-399. 29. Marc Galanter, 'Law and Caste in Modern India', Asian Survey, 3 (11), November 1963, pp. 544-559. Part 7: Subaltern agency 30. Ashis Nandy, 'The Culture of Indian Politics: A Stock Taking', The Journal of Asian Studies, 30 (1), November 1970, pp. 57-79. 31. Subrata K. Mitra, 'The Rational Politics of Cultural Nationalism: Subnational Movements of South Asia in Comparative Perspective', British Journal of Political Science, 25 (1), January 1995, pp. 57-77. 32. Sanjib Baruah, 'Confronting Constructionism: Ending India's Naga War', Journal of Peace Research, 40 (3), May 2003, pp.321-338. 33. Leslie J. Calman, 'Women and Movement Politics in India', Asian Survey, 29 (10), October 1989, pp. 940-958. 34. Christophe Jaffrelot, 'The Rise of the Other Backward Classes in the Hindi Belt', The Journal of Asian Studies, 59 (1), February 2000, pp. 86-108. 35. Mary F. Katzenstein, 'Origins of Nativism: The Emergence of Shiv Sena in Bombay', Asian Survey, 13 (4), April 1973, pp. 386-399. 36. James Manor, '"Ethnicity" and Politics in India', International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-), 72 (3) Ethnicity and International Relations, July 1996, pp. 459-475. 37. Paul Wallace, 'The Sikhs as a "Minority" in a Sikh Majority State in India', Asian Survey, 26 (3), March 1986, pp. 363-377. 38. Steven Ian Wilkinson, 'India, Consociational Theory, and Ethnic Violence', Asian Survey, 40 (5), Modernizing Tradition in India, September- October 2000, pp. 767-791. Part 8: Modernity at risk? Variations on an Indian theme 39. Michael Roberts, 'Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka and Sinhalese Perspectives: Barriers to Accomodation', Modern Asian Studies, 12 (3), 1978, pp. 353-376. 40. Jonathan Spencer, 'Collective Violence and Everyday Practice in Sri Lanka', Modern Asian Studies, 24 (3), July 1990, pp. 603-623. 41. Theodore P. Wright, Jr., 'Center-Periphery Relations and Ethnic Conflict in Pakistan: Sindhis, Muhajirs, and Punjabis', Comparative Politics, 23 (3), April 1991, pp. 299-312. 42. Iftikhar H. Malik, 'The State and Civil Society in Pakistan: From Crisis to Crisis', Asian Survey, 36 (7), July 1996, pp. 673-690. 43. Oldenburg, P, '"A Place Insufficiently Imagined": Language, Belief and the Pakistan Crisis of 1971', The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 44/4 (Aug, 1985), pp.711-733 Part 9: Modernity and social change reconsidered 44. Amrita Basu, 'Reflections on Community Conflicts and the State in India', The Journal of Asian Studies, 56 (2), May 1997, pp. 391-397. 45. C. Ram Prasad, 'Hindutva Ideology: Extracting the Fundamentals', Contemporary South Asia, 2 (3), 1993, pp. 285-309 46. Leonard Binder, 'Problems of Islamic Political Thought in the Light of Recent Developments in Pakistan', The Journal of Politics, 20 (4), November 1958, pp. 655-675. 47. S.V.R. Nasr, 'Democracy and Islamic Revivalism', Political Science Quarterly, 110 (2), Summer 1995, pp. 261-285. VOLUME III: STATE AND ECONOMY Part 10: The 'mixed economy' and planned development 48. Malenbaum, W. 'Some Political Aspects of Economic Development in India", World Politics, Vol.10/3 (April., 1958), pp. 378 - 386 49. Jerome B. Cohen, 'Economic Development in India', Political Science Quarterly, 68 (3), pp. 376-395. 50. Warren F. Ilchman, 'A Political Economy of Foreign Aid: The Case of India', Asian Survey, 7 (10), October 1967, pp. 667-688 51. Francine R. Frankel, 'India's New Strategy of Agricultural Development: Political Costs of Agrarian Modernization', The Journal of Asian Studies, 28 (4), August 1969, pp. 693-710. 52. Barbara Harriss, 'Innovation Adoption in Indian Agriculture ---the High Yielding Varieties Programme', Modern Asian Studies, 6 (1), 1972, pp. 71-98 Part 11: Pathologies of the Indian model 53. G. Ram Reddy and G. Haragopal, 'The Pyraveekar: "The Fixer" in Rural India', Asian Survey, 25 (11), November 1985, pp. 1148-1162. 54. Subrata K. Mitra, 'Room to Maneuver in the Middle: Local Elites, Political Action, and the State in India', World Politics, 43(3), April 1991, pp.390-413. 55. Atul Kohli, 'Regime Types and Poverty Reform in India', Pacific Affairs, 56 (4), Winter 1983-1984, pp. 649-672. 56. Bob Currie, 'Governance, Democracy and economic adjustment in India: conceptual and empirical problems', Third World Quarterly 17 (4), 1996, pp. 787-807. 57. Ashok Swain, 'Displacing the Conflict: Environmental Destruction in Bangladesh and Ethnic Conflict in India', Journal of Peace Research, 33 (2), May 1996, pp. 189-204. Part 12: Liberalising India's economy 58. Montek S. Ahluwalia, 'Economic Reforms in India since 1991: Has Gradualism Worked?', The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (3), Summer 2002, pp. 67-88. 59. Rahul Mukherji, 'Managing Competition: Politics and the Building of Independent Regulatory Institutions', India Review, 3 (4), October 2004, pp. 278-305. 60. Lawrence Saez, 'India's economic liberalization, interjurisdictional competition and development', Contemporary South Asia, 8 (3), 1999, pp. 323-345 61. Rob Jenkins, 'Labor Policy and the Second Generation of Economic Reform in India', India Review, 3 (4), October 2004, pp. 333-363 62. Devesh Kapur, 'The Causes and Consequences of India's IT Boom', India Review, 1 (2), April 2002, pp. 91-110 63. Rudolph, R. & Rudolph,S. 'Iconisation of Chandrababu. Sharing Sovereignty in India's Federal Market Economy', Economic and Political Weekly, May 5, 2001 VOLUME IV STATE AND ECONOMY Part 13: Liberalisation, globalisation and the social sector 64. Supriya Roy Chowdhury, 'Public Sector Restructuring and Democracy: The State, Labour and Trade Unions in India', The Journal of Development Studies, 39 (3), February 2003, pp. 29-50. 65. Baldev Raj Nayar, 'Social Stabilitiy in India under Globalization and Liberalization', India Review, 6 (3), July-September 2007, pp. 133-164 66. Jenkins, Rob, 'Indian States and the Making of Foreign Economic Policy: the limits of the Constituent Diplomacy Paradigm.' Publius, The Journal of Federalism, 33/4 (2003), pp. 63-82 67. Bhalla, A.S. 'Sino-Indian Growth and Liberalisation: A Survey', Asian Survey, Vol. 42(3), (May - June, 2002), pp. 419-39 Part 14: Political economy of India's neighbours 68. Mick Moore, 'Economic Liberalization versus Political Pluralism in Sri Lanka?', Modern Asian Studies, 24 (2), 1990, pp. 341-383. 69. Rehman Sobhan, 'The Problem of Regional Imbalance in the Economic Development of Pakistan, Asian Survey, 2 (5), July 1962, pp. 31-37. 70. Tariq Amin Khan, 'Economy, society and the state in Pakistan', Contemporary South Asia, 9 (2), 2000, pp. 181-195 71. Narayan Khadka, 'Challenges to Developing the Economy of Nepal', Contemporary South Asia, 7 (2), July 1998, pp. 147-166 72. S.W.R. de A. Samarasinghe, 'The Bhutanese Economy in Transition', Asian Survey, 30(6), June 1990, pp. 560-575. 73. Hossain, Akhtar 'Anatomy of Hartal Politics in Bangladesh', Asian Survey, 40(3), (May-June 2000), pp.508-29 VOLUME V: STATE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Part 15: Panchasheela: foreign policy and the post-colonial state 74. Michael Edwardes, 'Illusion and Reality in India's Foreign Policy', International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944), 41 (1), June 1965, pp. 48-58 75. Arjun Appadorai, 'India's Foreign Policy', International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944), 25 (1), January 1949, pp. 37-46 76. Jerome B. Cohen, 'India's Foreign Economic Policies', World Politics, 7 (4), July 1955, pp. 546-571. 77. E. Malcolm Hause, 'India: Noncommitted and Nonaligned, The Western Political Quarterly, 13 (1), March 1960, pp.70-82 78. Leo E. Rose, 'The Himalayan Border States: "Buffers" in Transition', Asian Survey, 3 (2), A Survey of Asia in 1962: Part II, Febuary 1963, pp. 116-122. 79. Neville Maxwell, 'China and India: the un-negotiated dispute', The China Quarterly, 43, July-September 1970, pp.47-80 80. Steven A. Hoffmann, 'Anticipation, Disaster, and Victory: India 1962-1971', Asian Survey, 12 (11), November 1972, pp. 960-979 81. Stephen P. Cohen, 'Security Issues in South Asia', Asian Survey, 15 (3), March 1975, pp. 202-214 Part 16: Dilemmas of non-alignment 82. Lowell Dittmer, 'South Asia's Security Dilemma', Asian Survey, 41(6), November-December 2001, pp. 897-906. 83. Subrata K. Mitra, 'War and Peace in South Asia: a revisionist view of India-Pakistan relations', Contemporary South Asia, 10 (3), 2001, 361-379 Part 17: The 'realist' turn in India's foreign policy? 84. R Sreeram S. Chaulia, 'BJP, India's Foreign Policy and the 'Realist Alternative' to the Nehruvian Tradition', International Politics, 39, June 2002. 85. Rajesh M. Basrus, 'Nuclear Weapons and Indian Strategic Culture', Journal of Peace Research, 38 (2), March 2001, pp. 181-198. 86. Sumit Ganguly, 'India's Pathway to Pokhran II: The Prospects and Sources of New Delhi's Nuclear Weapons Program', International Security, 23 (4), Spring 1999, pp. 148-177. 87. Devin T. Hagerty, 'Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: The 1990 Indo-Pakistani Crisis', International Security, 20(3), Winter 1995-1995, pp. 79-114. 88. Scott D. Sagan, 'The Perils of Proliferation in South Asia', Asian Survey, 41(6), November-December 2001, pp. 1064-1086. Part 18: Contesting India's foreign policy 89. Kumar Rupesinghe, 'Ethnic Conflicts in South Asia: The Case of Sri Lanka and the Indian Peace-Keeping Force (IPKF)', Journal of Peace Research, 25 (4), December 1988, pp.337-350. 90. Vali R. Nasr, 'International Politics, Domestic Imperatives, and Identity Mobilization: Sectarianism in Pakistan, 1979-1998', Comparative Politics, 32 (2), January 2000, pp. 171-190. Part 19: South Asia and post-cold war international relations 91. P.R.Chari, 'Strategic stability in South Asia: the role of confidence-building and threat reduction measures', Contemporary South Asia, 14 (2), June 2005, pp. 211-217 92. Ross Mallick, 'Cooperation Among Antagonists: Regional Integration and Security in South Asia', Contemporary South Asia, 2 (1), 1993, pp. 33-45 93. Dinshaw Mistry, 'A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power', India Review, 3 (1), January 2004, pp. 64-87 94. George Perkowich, 'A Nuclear Third Way in South Asia', Foreign Policy, 91, Summer 1993, pp. 85-104 95. Stephen Blank, 'The Geostrategic Implications of the Indo-American Strategic Partnership', India Review, 6 (1), January-March 2007, pp. 1-24. 96. Rodney W. Jones, 'Prospects for arms control and strategic stability in South Asia', Contemporary South Asia, 14 (2), June 2005, pp. 191-209 Part 20: The 'regional' politics of South Asia 97. Lok Raj Baral, 'SARC, But No "SHARK": South Asian Regional Cooperation in Perspective', Pacific Affairs 58 (3), Autumn 1985, pp. 411/426 98. Subrata Mitra and Jivanta Schoettli, 'The new Dynamics of Indian Foreign Policy and its Ambiguities', Irish Studies in International Affairs 18 2007, pp. 19-34 99. Rajshree Jetly, 'Conflict Management Strategies in ASEAN: perspectives for SAARC, The Pacific Review, 16 (1), 2003, 53-76. 100. Dash, Kishore C., 'The Political Economy of Regional Cooperation in South Asia', Pacific Affairs, 69(2), (September, 1996), pp. 185-209

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書名 From features to underspecification
著作者等 Kreidler, Charles W.
シリーズ名 Routledge critical concepts
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2001
ページ数 vi, 524 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0415203465
0415203449
NCID BA49348552
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