DOI:​10.1177/019251218700800402
Corpus ID: 145793297
A Comparative Study of Very Long-term Processes: An Asian Need
S. Saberwal
Published 1987
Sociology

International Political Science Review
The emotional debris from the colonial experience notwithstand ing, it is important that we, as Asian scholars, compare accurately the long-term processes characteristic of Asian societies with those… Expand
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