Colonial policy and practice : a comparative study of Burma and Netherlands India / by J. S. Furnival Furnivall, J. S. (John Sydenham)

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Furnivall, J. S. (John Sydenham)
Subjects
Colonies - Administration.; Burma - Politics and government.; Burma - Politics and government - 1824-1948.
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. I The Background of Colonial Policy and Practice
  • 1.Colonies and Dominions
  • 2.The Background of Colonial Policy
  • 3.The Background of Colonial Practice
  • 4.Burma
  • 5.Netherlands India
  • ch. II Burma, 1826
  • 70: Laissez-Faire
  • 1.The Wars of 1824-6 and 185a
  • (a).1824-6
  • (b).1852
  • 2.Administrative Policy
  • (a).1826
  • (b).1832
  • 3.The Foundations of Administrative Practice
  • Judicial System
  • Revenue System
  • 4.Administrative Machinery
  • (a).1826-52
  • (b).1852-70
  • 5.Economic Progress, 1826-52
  • Communications
  • Population
  • Production and Trade
  • Trade with Ava
  • 6.Economic Progress, 1852-70: Communications
  • Production
  • 7.Welfare
  • (a).Individual
  • (b).Social
  • Note on Growth of Population, 1826-72
  • ch. III Burma, 1870-1923: Efficiency and Social Justice, (a) Progress
  • 1.Administrative Policy
  • 2.Upper Burma and the Third War
  • 3.Administrative Practice
  • Contents note continued: 4.Economic Progress: Communications
  • Trade
  • Western Enterprise
  • Native Enterprise
  • The Rice Trade
  • ch. IV Burma, 1870-1923: Efficiency and Social Justice, (b) Welfare
  • 1.Individual Welfare
  • Imports
  • 2.Social Welfare
  • 3.Agrarian Conditions
  • 4.Social Evolution
  • 5.Education
  • 6.Litigation and Crime: Litigation
  • Crime
  • ch. V Burma, 1923-40: Political Democracy (a) Policy and Practice
  • 2.Burmese Nationalism
  • 3.Local Self-government
  • Municipal Self-government
  • Rural Self-government
  • Village Self-government
  • Popular Control
  • 4.National Self-government
  • 5.Separation from India
  • 6.The Constitution of 1937
  • 7.Corruption
  • 8.Defence
  • ch. VI Burma, 1923-40: Political Democracy (b)Progress and Welfare page
  • 1.Economic Progress: Communications
  • 2.Individual Welfare
  • 3.Social Welfare: Village Communities
  • Contents note continued: Communal Discord
  • 4.Clerical Disorder
  • Primary Instruction
  • Secondary Instruction
  • Vocational Instruction
  • Morals and Discipline
  • Female Instruction
  • Literacy
  • Educational Progress
  • 6.Review of Progress and Welfare
  • ch. VII Netherlands India
  • 1.Administrative Divisions
  • 2.Netherlands India up to 1830
  • 3.The Culture System, 1830-70
  • 4.The Liberal System, 1870-1900
  • 5.The Ethical System and Political Democracy
  • 6.Economic Democracy and Nation-building
  • 7.Nationalism
  • 8.Administrative Practice
  • (a).District Administration
  • (b).Village Administration
  • (c).Departmental Administration
  • (d).Judicial Administration
  • 9.Representative Institutions
  • 10.Economic Progress
  • 11.Welfare
  • 12.Social Welfare
  • 13.Netherlands India and Burma, 264: Self-government
  • Indebtedness
  • Litigation and Crime
  • Clerical Unrest
  • Corruption
  • Authority and Law
  • ch. VIII Colonial Policy
  • Contents note continued: 1.The Study of Colonial Relations
  • 2.Survey of Colonial Policy
  • Spain and Portugal
  • Chartered Companies
  • Liberalism
  • Construction
  • 3.Tropical Economy
  • Development by Native Enterprise
  • Development by Western Enterprise
  • General Course of Development
  • 4.The Plural Society
  • Political Features
  • Economic Features
  • S. Modem Colonial Policy
  • ch. IX Welfare: Land and Labour
  • 1.The Instruments of Welfare
  • 2.Public Works
  • 3.Economic Services and Production
  • 4.Economic Services and Welfare
  • 5.Social Services: Protection
  • 6.Native Enterprise and the Land
  • 7.Western Enterprise and Labour
  • The Provision of Labour
  • Protection
  • ch. X Welfare: Health and Education
  • 1.Health and Progress
  • 2.Medicine
  • 3.Hygiene
  • 4.Education: Types of Schools
  • 5.Education and Laissez-faire
  • 6.Constructive Education
  • 7.Education and Progress
  • 8.Education and Welfare
  • 9.Vernacular Education
  • 10.Native Education
  • Contents note continued: 11.Education and Instruction
  • ch. XI Progress, Welfare and Autonomy
  • 1.Colonial Policy and Autonomy
  • 2.Welfare and Revenue
  • 3.The Measurement of Welfare
  • 4.The Machinery of Welfare
  • (a).Direct Rule
  • (b).Indirect Rule
  • 5.Compulsory Welfare
  • 6.The Relation between Progress and Welfare
  • 7.The Concept of Welfare
  • 8.Welfare and Autonomy
  • 9.Autonomy
  • 10.Personnel
  • 11.Machinery, Local Government
  • 12.Machinery, Central Government
  • 13.Progress, Welfare and Autonomy
  • 14.The Problem of Autonomy
  • ch. XII Reintegration
  • 1.Conditions of Reintegration
  • 2.Social Reintegration
  • Specialist Services
  • Co-ordination
  • Continuity
  • Welfare Charges
  • Social Education
  • Motive
  • 3.Economic Reintegration
  • 4.Western Institutions in Tropical Dependencies
  • 5.The Functions of Government
  • 6.Continuity
  • 7.Dual Government
  • 8.Semi-colonial Government
  • The President
  • Representation and Responsibility
  • Contents note continued: The National Assembly
  • Economic Council
  • Presidential Election
  • 9.Conditional Independence
  • Defence
  • Territorial Integrity
  • Economic Autonomy
  • 10.Popular Government
  • 11.Political Reintegration
  • 12.Independence and Finance
  • ch. XIII International Collaboration
  • 1.The Need for Autonomy
  • 2.Political and Economic Control
  • 3.International Collaboration
  • 4.International Supervision and Autonomy
  • 5.Regional Councils: Functions
  • Constitution
  • 6.Burma, Netherlands India and Tropical Economy.
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