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Marginality in India, perspectives of marginalisation from the Northeast, edited by Kedilezo Kikhi and D. R. Gautam

Summary
The book takes a close look into the definitions and categorizations of marginality, inequality, agency and location in society. It examines the systems of marginalization and othering by exploring perspectives of socially excluded people and communities in Northeast India
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Marginality in India: An Introduction -- Section 1 Marginalisation: Concept and the Categories -- Chapter 2 Schema for Exploring Social Exclusion and Marginality in Northeast India -- Chapter 3 Understanding Epistemic Agency in Indian Academia -- Chapter 4 Discursive Practices-Led Marginalisation: The Context of Caste-Based Spiral of Silence -- Chapter 5 Social Acceptability of Transgender Persons in a Traditional Society: The Case of Manipur -- Section 2 Education: Source and Means for Marginalisation -- Chapter 6 Marginality and Marginalisation: Education as a Source of Cumulative Marginalisation -- Chapter 7 Marginalisation of Scheduled Tribes in Educational Institutions: A Case of Shrinking Public Sphere -- Chapter 8 Rural Space: An Endemic Problem of Cultural Subordination and Othering -- Chapter 9 Structural Marginalisation of Transgender Students in Higher Education Institutions of India -- Section 3 Identity: Standpoint Perspectives -- Chapter 10 Borders and the Construction of Citizenship in India -- Chapter 11 Identity and Aporia of Autonomy: The Bodo Movement in Retrospect -- Chapter 12 Governance and Belonging in the Margins: A Centre-Periphery Perspective in India's Northeastern Region -- Chapter 13 Identity and Marginalisation: The Darjeeling Hills in Context -- Chapter 14 Pre-emptive Criminalisation and Marginalisation of the Nagas -- Chapter 15 Discourse of Assamese Nationalism: Situating the Miyas of Assam -- Chapter 16 Systemic Corruption: Phenomenon Ensuing Marginalisation of Tribals in Manipur -- Chapter 17 Narrating the Northeast: Contextualising Media-Led Marginality -- Section 4 Gender: Existing Stereotypes for Subordination
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (319 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780100081550

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