- Here are entered works on a system or principle of community organization in which rival groups, religious, ethnic, etc., are devoted to their own interests rather than to those of the whole society.
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Singh, K. Many faces of communalism, 1985.
- found: Web. 3 (a system or principle of communal organization in which rival minority groups are devoted to their own interests rather than to those of the whole society: strong loyalty and adherence to one's community and its values sometimes appearing in excess and with nationally divisive effects)
- found: Random House (A strong allegiance to one's own ethnic group rather than to society as a whole)
- found: Singh, G.R. In search of communal harmony, 1985 (a narrow ideology with a strong tendency to promote the interests of a particular community at the cost of other communities and even of the interests of the nation. Can be based on regional, linguistic, caste or religious heritage)
- found: LC data base, 3/26/87.
- notfound: Britannica Micro.
Here are entered works on a system or principle of community organization in which rival groups, religious, ethnic, etc., are devoted to their own interests rather than to those of the whole society.
- 1987-03-31: new
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