ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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A Jamshedpur Model

elucidate "the students' own political outlook and their parents' political loyalties in relation to the family, social and economic background". The method is no doubt definitely an advance on the statistical exercise. However, we are puzzled to find that 33.5 per cent of the students expressed their voting preference for Kerala Congress in the area surveyed (p 350). CPI(M) comes a distant second with 22.6 per cent and Congress third with 20.2 per cent of the youth voting preferences. The data presented earlier in the book will reveal that in the area surveyed. Kerala Congress is not a significant electoral force. As for the influence of Kerala Congress among the high school students in this area is concerned it is virtually non-existent.

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