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CONTENTS Preface Introduction 1. The Central Problem of the Social Sciences in Asia: Critique, Diagnosis and Prescription 2. Theorizing the State of the Social Sciences 3. The Structure of Academic Dependency and the Global Division of Labour in the Social Sciences 4. The Definition and Variety of Alternative Discourses in Asia 5. Nativist or Autonomous Social Science: A Clash of Orientations 6. Towards an Adequate Conceptualization of Relevance and Irrelevance in the Social Sciences 7. Alternative Discourses and Power 8. Rethinking the Teaching of the Social Sciences 9. The Prospects and Future of Alternative Discourses in Asia References Index About the Author
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Social sciences -- Asia.
Social sciences -- Philosophy.