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|Title:||Human development and civic community in India|
|Citation:||Economic and Political Weekly, 2001; XXXVI(8):684-692|
|Publisher:||Economic Political Weekly|
|Abstract:||This paper tries to show that the central methodology of Robert Putnam’s Making Democracy Work can be fruitfully applied to the study of the Indian states. It reports some of the results of the author’s replication of Putnam’s Italian study for the states. While a clear relationship can be demonstrated between state government performance in development and levels of civic engagement, it is harder to replicate Putnam’s findings concerning the crucial role of social capital. In the Indian context, levels of education are more important and the implications of this unexpected result are addressed.|
|Description:||© 2001 Economic and Political Weekly|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics publications|
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