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Beyond September 11, 2001: Political Attitudes of the Indian Immigrants in America

Pramod Mishra (Author) K. Mohapatra (Author) Amiya Mohanty (Author)
Synopsis Beyond September 11, 2001 : Political Attitudes of the Indian Immigrants in America is a study of the political sub-culture of the Asian Indians in the post-September 11 American society. The focus of this book is on Asian Indian professionals in the United States. In this sense, it is a study of the "Political Attitudes of Asian Indian Professional Elites. This book analyses 204 completed questionnaires that were received by the end of July 2002. The analyses presented in this book include the following areas of political attitudes of Indian Immigrant professionals : (i) Social profile, (ii) Indian immigrants and September 11, 2001: shocking news and behaviour, (iii) International terrorism and attitudinal orientations of the Indian immigrants (iv) Bush presidency: evaluative orientations, (vi) Political socialisation, (vii) Orientations toward ethnic identity, (viii) Indian immigrants and the American society after September 11, 2001, and (ix) Perceptions of future Indo-American relations.
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About the author

Pramod Mishra

Pramod Mishra is the director of “International Institute of Humanistic Studies”. As an eminent scholar, Pramod Mishra has had various innings in National and International affairs. His works include Women and Human Rights and Human Rights Education are widely read. Pramod Mishra has lectured and published extensively on the subjects of terrorism, nuclear strategy and human rights. As the study and concern about human rights has remained largely confined to international lawyers, diplomats and statesmen, Pramod Mishra has been active to see that these rights increasingly become the subject of concern for national lawyers, activists, reformers, policy makers and other citizenry.

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Title Beyond September 11, 2001: Political Attitudes of the Indian Immigrants in America
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Authors Press
Language: English
isbn 8172731205
length xiv+143p., Tables; Figs.