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Published by Indian Council of Social Science Research, Southern Regional Centre, Osmania University Library in Hyderabad .

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ContributionsIndian Council of Social Science Research. Southern Regional Centre., Osmania University. Library.
LC ClassificationsZ7964.I5 S44 1982, HQ174.3 S44 1982
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Pagination49, 181, vi p. ;
Number of Pages181
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Open LibraryOL2825500M
LC Control Number83900969

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