Cultural Politics in the Third World examines the subtle and multi-faceted relationship between culture and politics in developing countries. The book cautions against both politically reductionist examinations of Culture as well as culturally reductionist examinations of politics. By placing culture within its proper political perspective, it demonstrates that civilizations are not clashing, nor are they about to in the foreseeable future. With its contextualization of culture this book will be of interest to both academics and students studying political science, sociology and developmental studies.

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