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‘A People United In Development’: Developmentalism In Modern Malayalee Identity

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The attempt is to draw upon public sphere debates in Malayalee society in the immediate post-independence decades, more specifically on speech and writing accruing around the distinctiveness of Malayalee culture and Aikya Keralam (United Kerala). Also, the centrality of Developmentalism in both the conception of a unified ‘Malayalee People’ and their relation with other similar entities as the other States, and the Indian state is demonstrated. The themes that could possibly take forward the research on Malayalee identity in the late twentieth century and after is also taken up. [WP No. 386].

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  • J Devika, 2007. "‘A People United In Development’: Developmentalism In Modern Malayalee Identity," Working Papers id:1260, eSocialSciences.
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