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Dalits in Neoliberal India: Mobility or Marginalisation?

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Hardback, published by Routledge India, 2014, in the series ‘Exploring the Political in South Asia’.

India’s economic growth has brought opportunities for many, but to what extent has it benefitted its ethnically-shaped underclass: the Dalits? This volume offers a varied picture of Dalit experience in different states in contemporary India. With case studies ranging from Dalit entrepreneurs in Bhopal to housewives in Tamil Nadu to ex-millworkers in Mumbai, the book contends that radically progressive change and advance is attended by discrimination and exclusion, as well as surprising new areas of stigma.

Hardback with dust jacket. Like new.

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Author(s):
Still, Clarinda (ed)
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
15 cm x 22 cm, 6 in x 8.5 in
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781138020245
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Routledge India
Title:
Dalits in Neoliberal India: Mobility or Marginalisation?

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Hardback, published by Routledge India, 2014, in the series ‘Exploring the Political in South Asia’.

India’s economic growth has brought opportunities for many, but to what extent has it benefitted its ethnically-shaped underclass: the Dalits? This volume offers a varied picture of Dalit experience in different states in contemporary India. With case studies ranging from Dalit entrepreneurs in Bhopal to housewives in Tamil Nadu to ex-millworkers in Mumbai, the book contends that radically progressive change and advance is attended by discrimination and exclusion, as well as surprising new areas of stigma.

Hardback with dust jacket. Like new.

Author(s):
Still, Clarinda (ed)
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
15 cm x 22 cm, 6 in x 8.5 in
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781138020245
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Routledge India
Title:
Dalits in Neoliberal India: Mobility or Marginalisation?

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