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Culture, class, and development in Pakistan: the emergence of an industrial bourgeoisie in Punjab

Author: Weiss, Anita M. Publisher: Westview Press, 1991.Language: EnglishDescription: 207 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0813379105Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HC500.43 .P3 W45 1991
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Culture, Class, and Development in Pakistan The Emergence of an Industrial Bourgeoisie in Punjab Contents List of Illustrations Preface 1 Introduction: Industrial Development and Social Change Economic Transformation, Social Action, and Development, 4 Pakistan's Experience, 10 Notes, 17 2 Socioeconomic Profile of the Punjab Spatial and Cultural Overview, 19 Pre-Independence History, 24 Post-Partition Transformations, 32 The Significance of Lahore and Sialkot to the Punjab, 43 Notes, 49 3 The Pharmaceutical Industry Traditional Orientations Toward Health Care, 54 The Development of the Pharmaceutical Industry, 58 The Pharmaceutical Industry in the 1980s, 90 Notes, 95 4 The Steel Re-rolling Industry Iron-working in the Punjab, 101 Industrial Growth Since Partition, 104 Descriptions of Industrialists, 112 Notes, 119 5 The Sialkot Sporting Goods Industry Post-Partition, 124 Social Innovations, 130 vii ix 1 19 52 98 120 vi Consequences and Prospects, 140 Notes, 145 6 Culture, Class Formation, and Social Action Tradition and Development in the 1980s, 156 Notes, 160 Appendix I: Methodology Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV Glossary Selected References Index Contents 148 161 169 173 174 175 177 197

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