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An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village (Mellen Studies in Anthropology, V. 12)

by Stephen M. Lyon

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Caste,
  • Ethnology,
  • Kinship,
  • Pakistan,
  • Social structure

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10971297M
    ISBN 100773464964
    ISBN 109780773464964

    Lyon, S. M. (), An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village, ISBN   Mughal, M. A. Z. (). "Rural Urbanization, Land, and Agriculture in Pakistan". In his account of landlords and their politics in rural Pakistan (focusing on central Punjab), Nicolas Martin offers a wealth of ethnographic detail. From the homesickness of indentured child servants to clever forms of vote-rigging in local elections as well as notions of spiritual superiority mixed with social critique amongst the impoverished adepts of Sufi Islam, Martin brings fine-grained.

    Nepal’s local political environment should not concentrate solely on what they think local politics lacks, according to ideal frameworks of the state. Instead, I highlight different ways of viewing the state and local politics in developing and post-conflict countries, focusing particularly on theories. An explicit critique of political mediation is made by Martin in an ethnographic study of political patronage in Pakistani Punjab, which demonstrates that political society is actually ‘integral to processes that dispossess people of their rights and to the reproduction of elite power’ ( ). Rather than helping the poor, political.

    Shaping a Nation An Examination of Education in Pakistan Edited by Stephen Lyon and Iain R. Edgar Genedral Editor: Ali Khan. Education is the key to transforming a society and Shaping a Nation is particularly pertinent because of the use and misuse of education in Pakistan. The contributors support efforts at widening access to formal education but recognize that education has consequences and. An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village by Lyon, Stephen M. (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, ) Hazarawal: Formation and Structure of District Ethnicity by Akbar Ahmed in Pakistan: the social sciences' perspective / edited by Akbar S. Ahmed (Karachi: Oxford University Press ).


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Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Lyon, Stephen M. Anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. State politics and religion are examined for the ways in which these patron/client roles are enacted on much larger scales but remain embedded within the cultural values underpinning those roles.

"An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village" by Stephen LyonCited by: An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village. By S. Lyon. This book looks at the ways power is expressed, accumulated and maintained in three social contexts: kinship, caste, and political relationships.

Topics: Pakistan, Patronage, Author: S. Lyon. An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village. Lyon, S. () 'An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village.', Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Mellen studies in anthropology., My own book (Lyon, S.M., An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village, Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.), which included the word patronage in the title no less (pp.

), was certainly not attempting to evaluate the political pros and cons of patronage, but rather understand one of the dominant forms of political relationship in.

Stephen M Lyon, An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village (Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, ). Interview in Shikarpur, November Muhammad Azam Chaudhary, Justice in Practice: The Legal Ethnography of a Punjabi Village (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), p.

provide political mediation in India (panchayat [village council] presidents, political brokers, netas, dalaals,andgoondas),1 many of whom operate as a state ‘outside the state’ (see Ghertner ), we still know relatively little about the material practices Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 00, C TheAuthors.

An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village David Gilmartin; Sociology; ; Justice in Practice: Legal Ethnography of a Pakistani Punjabi Village.

Muhammad Azam Chaudhary Cambridge University Press. Waseem, Mohammad. Vanguard Books. Wilder, Andrew R. The Pakistani Voter Electoral Politics.

Lyon, Stephen M, and Muhammad A Z Mughal. “Cultural Models of Nature and Divinity in a Rain Fed Farming Village of Punjab, Pakistan.” In Primary Food Producers, Climate Change, and Cultural Models of Nature, edited by Giovanni : Routledge.

Asymmetrical power relationships are found throughout Pakistan's Punjabi and Pukhtun communities. These relationships must be examined as manifestations of cultural continuity rather than as separate structures.

The various cultures of Pakistan display certain common cultural features which suggest a re-examination of past analytical divisions of tribe and peasant societies. Academic Book: Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village Asymmetrical power relationships are found throughout Pakistan’s Punjabi and Pukhtun communities.

These relationships must be examined as manifestations of cultural continuity rather than as separate : The thesis is also available in book form as An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, ).

Former President Musharraf complained that only 1% of Pakistanis paid income tax in remarks quoted in the New York Times (Barry Bearak, ‘Pakistan Battles its Tax Scofflaws’, 27 May ), but subsequently did nothing. An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village / Stephen M.

Lyon Lewiston, N.Y. ; Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, c ANTHROPOLOGY RA LYO. Property rights and economic reform in China / edited by Jean C. Oi and Andrew G. Walder. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, ANTHROPOLOGY RC 50 OI.

An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village. Lampeter, UK: Edwin Mellen Press. Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan.

Lyon, S. () An Anthropological Analysis of local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village. Lampeter: Edwin Mellwn Press. Lampeter: Edwin Mellwn Press. Google Scholar.

Professor of Anthropology, Institute for the Study of Cited by. Year; An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village. SM Lyon. Edwin Mellen Press, Power and patronage in Pakistan (Doctoral dissertation, University of Kent) and inheritance in a Pakistani Punjabi village.

SM Lyon. Lyon, S. (), An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village, ISBN Knerr, Béatrice. Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village Lyon, Stephen M pagesAsymmetrical power relationships are found throughout Pakistan’s Punjabi and Pukhtun communities.

These relationships must be examined as manifestations of cultural continuity rather than as separate structures. review a book that is openly critical of one’s early anthropolog-ical arguments. Martin has produced an engaging, significant contribution to the ethnography of rural Punjab, Pakistan that takes issue with some suggestions I made in An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village .Classicists have studied patronage extensively, and their contributions are seen below under several of the headings.

The foundation of most of these studies, and those in biblical studies as well, is modern anthropological research into patronage as a social institution, begun by. An anthropological analysis of local politics and patronage in a Pakistani village.

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