2 edition of Discourses of gender and caste in rural South India found in the catalog.
Discourses of gender and caste in rural South India
by DERAP--Development Research and Action Programme, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Dept. of Social Science and Development in Bergen, Norway
Written in English
|Series||Working paper,, D1991: 4, Working paper (Chr. Michelsens institutt. Forsknings- og aksjonsprogrammet for utviklingsland) ;, D1991:4.|
|Contributions||Chr. Michelsens institutt. Forsknings- og aksjonsprogrammet for utviklingsland.|
|LC Classifications||HQ670.15.T36 K37 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||92215783|
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This book examines two subordinated groups untouchables” and women in a village in Tamilnadu, South India. The lives and work of untouchable” women in this village provide a unique analytical focus that clarifies the ways in which three axes of identity gender, caste, and class are constructed in South India.
A study of the impact of caste and class on conceptions of gender, this book focuses on the lower castes/classes of South India. Examining the lives and work of untouchable women in a village in Tamil Nadu, the author explores the recently articulated critique of feminism that race, caste, and class may be more important factors than gender in.
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women in this village provide a unique analytical focus that clarifies the ways in which three axes of identity?gender, caste, and class?are constructed Price: $ This book examines two subordinated groups - "untouchables" and women - in a village in Tamilnadu, South India.
The lives and work of "untouchable" women in this village provide a unique analytical focus that clarifies the ways in which three axes of identity - gender, caste, and class - are constructed in South India. The book examines two subordinated groups, untouchables and women from a village in Tamil Nadu, south India.
The lives and work of untouchable women in this village provide a unique analytical focus that clarifies the ways in which three spheres of identity, gender, caste and class, are constructed in South India.
The book argues that subordinate groups, particularly the Cited by: This book Discourses of gender and caste in rural South India book the intersectional aspects of caste and gender in India that contribute to the multiple marginalities and oppressions of lower castes, with particular reference to Dalits, Muslims and women.
It moves beyond the conventional accounts of experiences of women in unequal social and political relationships to examine how caste as a system and ideology shapes. In all these aspects of economic life, disparities across caste, class and gender have widened. There are two kinds of political-economy processes that have contributed to rising disparities in rural India.
First, withdrawal of state support to agriculture and rural economy is selective, and disproportionately affects the poor. A South Indian Sub-caste. Social Organisation and Religion of Gender, Caste, and Class in Rural South India.
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, in What it Means to “Know” and the Effects of Tamil Political Party and Civil Society Intellectuals on Rural Women’s Discourses”.
South Asia South Asia Special Issue Indian. The present book therefore, is an important effort to comprehend sociologically the relationship between land and caste in rural Tamilnadu.
This book is based on a study conducted by the author Dr. Karuppiah in Kottaipatty village in Madurai District of Tamilnadu. Ravi Agrawal writes about the importance of smartphones in India and the disruption it has caused in the lives of people, especially low-income and rural citizens, facilitating them to fight barriers of wealth, language, literacy, caste and gender.
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The Intersection of Gender, Caste and Class Inequalities in Child Nutrition in Rural India. Asian Population Studies: Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. Writing Caste/Writing Gender, Shantabai Dani, Mukta Sarvagod, Shantabai Kamble, Baby Kamble, Kumud Pawade, Urmila Pawar, Janabai Girhe, Vimal More This is.
I will contend that in South India, both caste and class construct gender, and gender constructs both class and caste. So throughout this book, I will attempt "the exposure of the often silent and hidden operations of gender that are nonetheless present and defining forces in the organisation of most societies" (Joan Scott ).
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Mukhopadhyay and Seymour (), p. 12; Bagwe, Anjali, Of Woman Caste: the Experience of Gender in Rural India (Calcutta: Stree, ), p. Even so I had to learn, and unlearn, many things about caste while completing my two most recent books: the novel Ghost in the Tamarind, which narrates an inter-caste romance between a Brahmin man and a Dalit woman against the backdrop of powerful anti-caste movements in southern India; and a co-edited collection of academic essays on caste and.
Kapadia, K. Gender, Caste and Class in Rural South India [TN]. Unpubl. Ph.D. London: Kapadia, K. Discourses of Gender and Caste in Rural South India RAP Working Paper No. Bergen: Christian Michelsen Institute Kapadia, K. position in the class system, caste/religious status groups 8 and the gender hierarchy -based social discrimination is accentuated if the woman belongs to a lower caste 10 or belongs to a religious community associated with ‘low’ social status However, this is not to argue that the.
The book pays tribute to the diversity of regional, caste, rural and urban origins that shape middle- class lifestyles in contemporary India and highlights common themes, such as the quest for upward mobility, common consumption practices, the importance of family values, gender relations and educational trajectories.
Introduction The central significance of gender to the operation of caste was vividly highlighted for me during fieldwork on Dalit politics and mobilization in I visited the offices of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) in Madurai (central Tamil Nadu) to interview the local leader Vikraman.
He detailed the work of the Tamil Nadu Untouchability Eradication Front. Kinship discourses and gender in Tamil South India Article in Social Anthropology 2(3) - January with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Dutta is also working on a second book project, tentatively titled Travails in the Hinterland: Lagan Dancers and the Political Economy of Caste and Gender in North India.
Dutta also works as a volunteer and advisor with community-based organizations of queer and trans (especially kothi and hijra) communities in West Bengal, eastern India.Brand new Book. This book examines two subordinated groups??untouchables?
and women?in a village in Tamilnadu, South India. The lives and work of?untouchable? women in this village provide a unique analytical focus that clarifies the ways in which three axes of identity?gender, caste, and class?are constructed in South India.