Sage Publications (2004)
|Abstract||Are social sciences that are indigenous to the West necessarily universal for other cultures? This collection of South Asian scholarship draws on the experiences of the region to discuss this question in depth.|
|Keywords||Social sciences Philosophy Indigenous peoples Values Globalization|
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|Call number||H61.15.I53 2004|
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