Sri lanka country studies

Sri lanka country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Origins
The Impact of Buddhism
The Classical Age
Rise of Sinhalese and Tamil Ethnic Awareness
Decline of the Sinhalese Kingdom
European Encroachment and Dominance
The Dutch
The British
The British Replace the Dutch
Modernization and Reform
The Colebrooke-Cameron Reforms
Economic Innovations
Rise of the Sri Lankan Middle Class
Buddhist Revivalism
Constitutional Reform
World War I
The Donoughmore Commission
Growth of Leftist Parties
World War Ii and the Transition to Independence
Independence
United National Party "Majority" Rule, 1948-56
Emergence of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party
Tamil Politics
Sri Lanka Freedom Party Rule, 1956-65
United National Party Regains Power, 1965-70
United Front Rule and Emerging Violence, 1970-77
The Unp Returns to Power
Geography
Geology
Topography
Climate
Ecological Zones
Land Use and Settlement Patterns
The Society
Population
Ethnic Groups
Ethnic Group Relations
Caste
Family
Buddhism
Hinduism
Islam
Christianity
Education
Health
Living Conditions
The Economy
Nature of the Economy
Agriculture
Industry
Energy
Labor
Tourism
Government
Politics and Society
The Sinhalese
Tamil Exclusivism
The 1978 Constitution
Government Institutions
Presidency and Parliament
Local Government
Electoral System
Judiciary
Civil Service
The Political Party System
Sinhalese Parties
Tamil United Liberation Front
Extremist Groups
Tamil Alienation
Tamil Militant Groups
The Eastern Province Question
Foreign Relations
Relations with the United States
Bibliography

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