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Gender, Kinship and State Formation-Case of Sri Lanka under Colonial Rule

Case of Sri Lanka under Colonial Rule Carla Risseeuw it is very much part of social science to analyse state formation, targe-scale economic change or the effects of colonial rule as if they are disconnected from changes in gender, family and kin relations. This hinders attempts to examine these links and pose questions not only about changes in people

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