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100 1  Lees, James,|d1979-|eauthor 
245 10 Bureaucratic culture in early colonial India :|bdistrict 
       officials, armed forces, and personal interest under the 
       East India Company, 1760-1830 /|cJames Lees 
264  1 Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,
300    xv, 194 pages :|bmaps ;|c22 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 0  War and Society in South Asia 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 182-190) and 
505 0  The Company state after 1765 -- "The essence of the state 
       itself" : reputation and the Company's government -- "A 
       gendarmerie of last resort" : the roles of armed force, 
       1760-1820 -- Rangpur District, 1770-c.1800 -- Chittagong 
       District, 1760-c.1800 -- The Company state in the 1820s 
520    "This book looks at how the fledgling British East India 
       Company state of the 1760s developed into the mature Anglo
       -Indian empire of the 19th century. It investigates the 
       bureaucratic culture of early Company administrators, 
       primarily at the district level, and the influence of that
       culture on the nature and scope of colonial government in 
       India. Drawing on a host of archival material and 
       secondary sources, James Lees details the power 
       relationship between local officials and their superiors 
       at Fort William in Calcutta, and examines the wider 
       implications of that relationship for Indian society. The 
       book brings to the fore the manner in which the Company's 
       roots in India were established despite its limited 
       military resources and lack of governmental experience. It
       underlines how the early colonial polity was shaped by 
       European administrators' attitudes towards personal and 
       corporate reputation, financial gain, and military 
       governance. A thoughtful intervention in understanding the
       impact of the Company's government on Indian society, this
       volume will be of interest to researchers working within 
       South Asian studies, British studies, administrative 
       history, military history, and the history of colonialism"
       --|cProvided by publisher 
610 20 East India Company|xHistory 
610 20 East India Company|xAdministration 
650  0 Bureaucracy|zIndia 
650  0 Corporations, British|zIndia 
651  0 India|xPolitics and government|y1765-1947 
651  0 India|xColonization 
651  0 Great Britain|xColonies|xAdministration 
651  0 Great Britain|xColonies|xDefenses 
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 人文社會聯圖  DS465 .L39 2020    到期 01-11-21    30610020608741
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