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Socio-economic change and the religious factor in India

Seminar on Max Weber"s Theory of Religion and Socio-Economic Change, Hyderabad, India 1966

Socio-economic change and the religious factor in India

an Indian symposium of views on Max Weber.

by Seminar on Max Weber"s Theory of Religion and Socio-Economic Change, Hyderabad, India 1966

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Published by Affiliated East-West Press, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. in New Delhi, New York .
Written in English

  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Weber, Max, 1864-1920.,
    • India -- Social conditions.,
    • India -- Economic conditions.,
    • India -- Religion.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEditors: Charles P. Loomis and Zona K. Loomis.
      ContributionsLoomis, Charles Price, 1905- ed., Loomis, Zona K., ed., National Institute of Community Development.
      LC ClassificationsHN683 .S47 1966
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 140 p.
      Number of Pages140
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5279493M
      LC Control Number71905376

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      The only source of information about the Aryans in India is the vast literature known as the Vedas. As historical sources, the Vedic texts have given vivid description of the social, political, economic and religious picture of the-then society. The Vedic age covers a period from BC to BC, being divided into two phases: 1. The Religious and Social Reform of India – The Indian Renaissance! The urgent need for social and religious reform that began to manifest itself from the early decades of the 19th century arose in response to the contact with Western culture and education.

        Socio-economic development work by the UNDP, World Bank and other large foundations and agencies such as Oxfam, DFID and Danida has been positive for Africa in many ways. It exposed the continent to international socio-economic development models and in . socio-economic differences between the major religious groups. The 66 Jewish couples from a national sample survey of fertility are matched with Catholic and Protestant couples on duration of marriage and five socio-economic characteristics. These socio-economic controls eliminate most of the Protestant-Jewish differences for the fertility.

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Seminar on Max Weber's Theory of Religion and Socio-Economic Change ( Hyderabad, India). Socio-economic change and the religious factor in India. New Delhi, Affiliated East-West Press; New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Max Weber; Max Weber; Max Weber: Material Type: Conference publication: Document.

Socio-economic change and the religious factor in India; an Indian symposium of views on Max Weber. Editors: Charles P. Loomis and Zona K. Loomis Affiliated East-West Press; Van Nostrand Reinhold Co New Delhi, New York Australian/Harvard Citation.

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Religion is a popular topic to be considered as one of the major factors that affect people’s lifestyles. However, religion is one of the social factors that most economists are very careful in stating a connection with economic variables. Among few researchers who are keen to find how religions influence the economic growth.

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To review literature on how socio-economic status and educational background of the parents affects the education of their children. To examine the role of parents‟ socio-economic and educational background on the Educational process of their children.

To discuss about studies and researches from the previousFile Size: KB. Recent empirical research suggests a positive correlation between levels of religious freedom across countries and measures of economic, social, and political development. It appears that citizens' capacity to act on the basis of core beliefs has positive effects on civic and political life, including economic development and the onset and.

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Abolition of infanticide and removal of caste rigidity were File Size: 1MB.chief agents of change in the growing empires. This paper explores the non-religious factors contributing to the growth and acceptance of Buddhism in India.

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