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Indian Sociology: On the Foci of Attention - Modi Ishwar, Readings in Indian Sociology (New Delhi, SAGE Publications India, 2014)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 January 2015

Michel Dubois*
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Gemass, CNRS-Paris-Sorbonne [michel.dubois@cnrs.fr].
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1 For a socio-historical analysis of this formula, see Merton R. (1965), On The Shoulders of the Giants. A Shandean Postscript, Harcourt Brace, The Vicennial Edition, 1985.

2 The Sociological Bulletin has recently been added to the online editorial platforms. See for example http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=socibull.

3 Department founded by the Scottish sociologist Patrick Geddes in 1919. See Meller H., Patrick Geddes, Social Evolutionist and City Planner, Routledge, 1990.

4 For a comparison between Indian and Maghreb countries, cf. Dubois M., “Invisible Community and Peerless Science: Case Studies from Morocco and India”, Manzo G. (ed.), Paradoxes, Mechanisms, Consequences: Essays in Honor of M. Cherkaoui, Bardwell Press, 2015.

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