Adivasi

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  • Caste Discrimination In Higher Education

    Caste based discrimination is an often denied social reality of higher education campuses in India. The blindness to caste exists not only in conversations amongst students and faculty but also exists in academic curriculum and the administration of a University. Throughout my studies in law and some part of social work education, I too grew up being blind to cast. While some of the blindness was deliberate, most of it was unconsciously convenient. Such blindness has even manifested itself in…

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  • Difference Between Equality And Social Justice

    and make a strategy for the denied of forest resours for the common people and adivasi and took step toward a dismised their culture. Such when they government acquitted their land made some promise and government failed to fulfill their promise . Another issue that in modern world when government singed on LPG policy and that make each sector librates for international level, and there no took any step about adivasi people, so result is that they fail to compete with international level and…

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  • Bhasha Theory Of Democracy Analysis

    no appeal to Utopia or profusion. This is no Cassandra cry, no Antigone living in the world of the dead. There is only a toast to life, the normalcy of the life world. What genocide cannot cope with is the silence of the living. The silence of the adivasi is Devy’s constant mania. Anthropology cannot render as a garden what is a forest of stories. No print can capture the flight of speech. Silence refuses to be museumized. Devy’s work is an attempt to create the poetics and…

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  • Naxalism Analysis

    Aparajita: You know, whenever one talks of North Bengal, it is Darjeeling - the snow-capped mountains, beautiful forest bungalows, tea estates that comes to one’s mind. Next is Siliguri and NJP (New Jalpaiguri Station). So whenever I told someone that my husband is from Siliguri, who was born in Naxalbari …there was no apparent excitement… just the opposite a sudden dead silence. One obviously associates Naxalbari with Naxalbari movement and Naxalism. I always wondered what it was like to be…

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  • Male Dominated Society Analysis

    Vijay Tendulkar’s Kamala: A Critique of The Male - Dominated Society Talluri Mathew Bhaskar Lecturer in English A.P.R.J.College Tendulkar successfully brings out the ugly cultural deformity of our society through his plays. He depicts gender deformity in Kamala, political deformity in Ghashiram Kotwal , physical deformity in Sakharam Binder, mental deformity in Encounter in Umbugland and Kanyadan and spiritual deformity in The Vultures --Manchi Sarath Babu Abstract:…

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  • Example Of Social Marginalisation

    marginalised on numerous factors, like mental illness, learning disorder, people from lower class and so on. In this topic, the description is about the people who are marginalised as they are from lower social class or caste in India. They also known as “Adivasi”, the Aboriginal people of India. Legally they are called as “Scheduled Tribes” (ST). The lower class belongs to people who are at, or near, the socio-economic hierarchy.…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Caste

    based social problems faced by the society: 1. CASTE BASED VIOLENCE Caste- related abandon has occurred and occurs in India in assorted forms. According to a address by Human Rights Watch, "Dalits and aboriginal peoples (known as Scheduled Tribes or adivasis) abide to face discrimination, exclusion, and acts of common violence. Laws and behavior adopted by the Indian government accommodate a able base for protection, but are not getting anxiously implemented by bounded authorities. 2. CASTE AND…

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  • Antonio Gramsci Hegemony Summary

    POLITICAL HEGEMONY This week’s readings start with Antonio Gramsci who was a very influential Marxist theorist and politician that his ideas are still relevant today. Gramsci followed the Marx but he added much more to the Marxist tradition in terms of explaining why Western societies didn’t experience the revolution. He introduced the concepts of civil and political society as two main parts of the superstructure and most importantly he defined hegemony as the mixture of coercion and consent.…

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  • Vijay Tendulkar Analysis

    CHAPTER – VIII CONCLUSION In the mid nineteen fifties in British theatre ‘Angry young men’ like Osborne, Amis and others with their theatrical works stirred the English society. They came out as angry young men and described various forms of social alienation and radical political views in their works. In Indian drama Vijay Tendulkar appeared on the scene in the later 1960s with his powerful plays like Kamala, Silence! The Court is in Session, Sakharam Binder, The Vultures, Ghashiram Kotwal,…

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  • Savitribai Jyotirao Phule: Indian Social Reforme In The 19th Century

    was a woman ahead of her time. One can trace Savitibai’s 66 year life devoted to serving the society. Savitribai Phule along with her revolutionary husband, Mahatma Jyotirao Phule, were pioneers in the struggle against oppression of women, dalits, adivasis and religious minorities. She was modern India’s first women teacher, a radical exponent of mass and female education, a champion of women’s liberation, a courageous mass leader who took on the forces of caste and patriarchy who struggled…

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