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|Title Review |
Law’s interface with social transformation is worthy of deeper understanding. With specific reference to the Indian society, this book looks analytically at the social dimensions of important facets of the Indian legal system and also tries to evolve some definite conclusions about India’s experiences of the relationship between law and social transformation. It is divided into four thematic parts. The integrated vision arising from the theoretical discussion in part 1 has been used to examine the propriety and efficacy of the policy relating to factors of multiculturalism, empowerment and modernization, in the subsequent three parts. Looking at the contents, quality, exposition and intrinsic value of the book, it is expected to widely read in India as well as abroad.
A highly experienced teacher and researcher, Dr. P. Ishwara Bhat is currently Professor of Law, University of Mysore, India.
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Law and social transformation in India