Political Sociology of Dalit Assertion

 
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The book attempts to identity the factors, which respond against the age-old bondage of diverse and varied discriminations and exploitations and build the Dalit Assertion for emancipation and determine the path for liberation. About The Author:- Dr. Prakash Louis, is Executive Director of the Indian Social Institute, New Delhi. Contents:- The Agony and Anguish of the Dalits Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Dalits and Caste Discrimination Dalits and Constitutional Provisions Dalit Identity and Assertion Durban and Dalit Discourse Post Durban Dalit Discourse Dalit Assretion and Emancipation Appendices The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights Statement By Mr. Omar Abdullah, Minister of State For External Affairs, India At The World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance Durban World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance Durban National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights International Conference on Dalit Human Rights The Bhopal Declaration Vancouver Declaration Bibliography Index. The Title 'Political Sociology of Dalit Assertion written/authored/edited by Prakash Louis', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788121208369 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 326 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Political Science / Political Science / Scheduled Castes / OBC / Minorities / Scheduled Castes / OBC / MinoritiesSociology.

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Book Description 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. 326 The book attempts to identity the factors, which respond against the age-old bondage of diverse and varied discriminations and exploitations and build the Dalit Assertion for emancipation and determine the path for liberation. About The Author:- Dr. Prakash Louis, is Executive Director of the Indian Social Institute, New Delhi. Contents:- The Agony and Anguish of the Dalits Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Dalits and Caste Discrimination Dalits and Constitutional Provisions Dalit Identity and Assertion Durban and Dalit Discourse Post Durban Dalit Discourse Dalit Assretion and Emancipation Appendices The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights Statement By Mr. Omar Abdullah, Minister of State For External Affairs, India At The World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance Durban World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance Durban National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights International Conference on Dalit Human Rights The Bhopal Declaration Vancouver Declaration Bibliography Index. The Title 'Political Sociology of Dalit Assertion written/authored/edited by Prakash Louis', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788121208369 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 326 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Political Science / Political Science / Scheduled Castes / OBC / Minorities / Scheduled Castes / OBC / MinoritiesSociology. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121208369

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Book Description Gyan. Condition: New. Contents: The agony and anguish of the Dalits. Preface. Introduction. 1. Dalits and caste discrimination. 2. Dalits and constitutional provisions. 3. Dalit identity and Dalit assertion. 4. Durban and Dalit discourse. 5. Post Durban Dalit discourse. 6. Dalit assertion and emancipation. Appendices. Bibliography. Index."Untouchability has been the historical curse of the outcastes of India. But the heart of the matter is that untouchability has also been the root cause of the degraded and degenerating Indian social order. Further, seclusion, deprivation, exploitation and discrimination of the Dalits are historical as well as everyday phenomenon."In the same manner, Dalit protest, revolt and movements are also historical and contemporary processes. Right through the book it has been argued that atrocities and discrimination suffered by the Dalits and their assertion for liberation are two sides of the same coin. It is these two interlinked processes, which has provided a new identity to the Dalits. But these processes have followed one of the most relevant discursive paths as well as action programmes. This emerging identity in its turn has strengthened its resolve to fight every forms of discrimination and also determine the path for liberation. Thus, Dalit assertion and Dalit struggle for emancipation have come to stay. "This book attempts to identify some of these factors. It is hoped that this book would further the Dalit discourse for liberation and emancipation." (jacket) 326 pp. Seller Inventory # 49571

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Book Description Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Untouchability has been the historical curse of the outcastes of India. But the heart of the matter is that untouchability has also been the root cause of the degraded and degenerating Indian social order. Further, seclusion, deprivation, exploitation and Discrimination of the Dalits are historical as well as everyday phenomenon. In the same manner, Dalit protest, revolt and Movements are also historical and contemporary processes. Right through the book it has been argued that atrocities and discrimination suffered by the Dalits and their assertion for liberation are two sides of the same coin. It is these two interlinked processes. Which has provided a new identity to the Dalits. But these processes have followed one of the most relevant discursive paths as well as action programmes. This emerging identity in its turn has strengthened its resolve to fight every forms of discrimination and also determine the path for liberation. Thus, Dalit assertion and Dalit struggle for emancipation have come to stay. This book attempts to identify some of these factors. It is hoped that this book would further the Dalit discourse for liberation and emancipation. Contents: The Agony and Anguish of the Dalits Preface Introduction 1. Dalits AND Caste Discrimination : Discrimination; Social Exclusion; Caste Discrimination; Ambedkar : Caste Discrimination; Caste in Existence; Atrocities; Committed against the Dalits; Abolition of Untouchability. 2. DALITS AND Constitutional PROVISIONS : Affirmative Action; Developmental Measures; Legal Measures; Positive Discrimination Measures; The Discourse on Reservation; Future Course of Action. 3. DALIT IDENTITY AND DALIT ASSERTION : Dalit Identity; Dalit Assertion; The Trajectory of the term Dalit; Achut-Untouchable; Panchamas - Chandalas-Avarnas; Adi or Original Settlers; Harijan; Opposition to the term Harijan; Depressed Classes; Scheduled Castes; Dalits; Dalit-Bahujan; Facets of Dalit Movement; Conversion; Martial Services; Reform Movements; Political formation; Ambedkar as Ideologue of Dalit Movements; The Resilience of Dalit Women; Dalit-Dominant Caste Worldview. 4. DURBAN AND DALIT DISCOURSE : Run up to WCAR; Elimination of Discrimination : International Scenario; Elimination of Discrimination : Indian Scenario; Caste-Race Debate; Caste-Race and Social Scientists; WCAR, Caste Discrimination and Indian Government; WCAR and The National Human Rights Commission; WCAR, Caste Discrimination and Dalit Activists; Dalit Discourse at Durban (A) The WCAR Ngo Forum Declaration (B) The WCAR NGO Forum Programme of Action; Dalits and Other Communities Discriminated against on the Basis of Work and Descent; Conclusion. 5. POST DURBAN DALIT DISCOURSE : Contemporary Dalit Discourse; Pre-Durban Initiatives; Post-Durban Initiatives; The Bhopal Conference; The Bhopal Declaration stated; VOD International Dalit Conference; MHOW Declaration-Bharatiya Janata Party`s Dalit Agenda; International Dalit Conference, Vancouver; Dalit Intellectuals; The Campaign on Trail. 6. DALIT ASSERTION AND EMANCIPATION : Factors Behind Dalit Movements; Dalit Women and Dalit Movements; Response of Dominant Castes; Broader Alliance of the Exploited. Printed Pages: 326. Seller Inventory # 36805

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