The Great Indian Family:
New Roles - Old Responsibilities
New. In many industrialised countries of the Northern hemisphere it's argued that the traditional family has broken down. In this book Prasad looks at what's happening in India's middle class 'families as the country gathers up speed to be a global economic and political super power. Here, along with the analysis, we're given a prescription of how change can be accomodated while preserving all that's positive in the Indian family system. 335 pages.
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by: Penguin Books, New Delhi, 2006.
Condition: Very Good Paperback. There is minor spotting on the text block
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