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殖民统治时期印度文官招录制度研究 VIP

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周红江   社会科学文献出版社  2019-11 出版
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文官招录制度是我们理解印度现代性的一个重要视角,它隐藏着殖民统治时期印度社会与政治运行的秘密,蕴含着殖民政权与宗主国政府、英国社会与印度社会诸多因素的深层互动机制。
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  • 国家社科基金后期资助项目出版说明
  • 图表目录
  • 第一章 绪论
    1. 第一节 文官招录制度:理解印度现代性的一把钥匙
    2. 第二节 文献回顾与研究视角的迁移
    3. 第三节 研究主旨及研究方法
    4. 第四节 几项说明
  • 第二章 印度殖民地行政体制的构建
    1. 第一节 印度文官制度中的英国因素
    2. 第二节 康华利体制在孟加拉的确立
    3. 第三节 对康华利体制的修正
    4. 第四节 殖民地官僚国家的建立
  • 第三章 改革年代:考录制的确立和实施
    1. 第一节 印度文官考录制的确立
    2. 第二节 印度文官考录制的实施及影响
    3. 第三节 为印度人打开一条小小缝隙?
  • 第四章 印度文官举荐招录和早期印度人化
    1. 第一节 举荐招录的延续和扩展
    2. 第二节 文官印度人化政策:举荐替代考试
    3. 第三节 殖民地文官印度人化政策的实施
  • 第五章 文官印度人化加速与职位保留制
    1. 第一节 一战前后印度文官招录环境的变化
    2. 第二节 文官印度人化加速和保留制实施
    3. 第三节 二战中及战后的文官招录
    4. 第四节 印度文官招录制度的延续
  • 第六章 结论
    1. 第一节 万变不离其宗
    2. 第二节 制度变化背后的历史合力
    3. 第三节 官僚政治的若干问题:印度经验
  • 附录1 Covenant of the Writers Signed in 1765
  • 附录2 Copy of The Covenant Executed by Members of the Covenanted Civil Service
  • 后记
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