Civil Society: A Theoretical Framework

Ritamoni Gogoi

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Civil society organizations are playing important role in the present day society. Although, it is undeniable fact that civil society play an important role in various purposes, but there is a need of proper conceptualization of civil society to analyses its role in society. This paper attempts to have a theoretical understanding of the concept of civil society.

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Civil Society, State

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