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This question will be analyzed on the issue of the right to adequate housing in urban India. It will be argued that interactions between formal and informal institutions create unfavourable political opportunity structures, in which intermediary brokering organisations have to bargain the claims of the poor with their own interests in relation to the state. Key Words: Brokerage, claim-making, housing, India, informal institutions, political opportunity structure. ***** 1. Introduction ‘Social movement sought to ensure housing for the urban poor’.
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Attitude : Teacher's Edition 5 by Kate Fuscoe, Barbara Garside, Luke Prodromou.