Caste & communities in conflict of modernisation

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Caste -- India., Communalism -- I
Other titlesCaste and communities in conflict of modernisation
StatementArvind Dass, Sita Deulkar.
ContributionsDeulkar, Sita.
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LC ClassificationsDS422.C3 .D37 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination309 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL20763259M
ISBN 10817888240X
ISBN 139788178882406
OCLC/WorldCa71822483

The chapter examines why caste has come to operate for so many Indians in the manner of an imagined community, that is, as a bond of idealised allegiance answering needs which both in India and elsewhere have been more widely associated with the claims of two other forms of supra-local attachment, the modern nation and the ethno-religious Cited by: changes due to factors including modernisation, which is characterized by urbanisation and industrialisation.

This paper examines the effects of modernisation on cultural values, socio-economic conditions, communication and education of families in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District in the Central Region of Ghana. Summary of The New Jim Crow by Michelle AlexanderMore African Americans are under the control of the criminal justice system today – in prison or jail, on probation or parole – than were enslaved in Discrimination in housing, education, employment, and voting rights, which many Americans thought was wiped out by the civil rights laws of the s, is now perfectly legal against anyone.

It is appropriate to start the list with Dr. Ambedkar (), the most important Dalit leader of modern India.

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Ambedkar was a brilliant rival of M. Gandhi, with whom he tussled over Gandhi’s inadequate position on caste. (Gandhi attacked untouchability but also romanticized the caste system in some of his pronouncements.). The conflict between landowners and the landless laborers takes the form of class conflict in many parts of India.

The Caste System In Modern India | RitiRiwaz A chilling new report by Swabhiman Society and Equality Now highlights how India's criminal justice system lets down Dalit women and girls who are victims of caste-based sexual violence.

conflicts, yet this book seeks to contribute to the knowledge about the emergence of major violent conflicts and does so by investigating some 22 cases of conflict, located in fourteen countries in three different regions of the world.

The three regions are South Asia, West Africa, and Central America. My study of the Caste problem involves four main points: (1) that in spite of the composite make-up of the Hindu population, there is a deep cultural unity; (2) that caste is a parcelling into bits of a larger cultural unit; (3) that there was one caste to start with; and (4) that classes have become Castes through imitation and excommunication.

Modernization theory is a theory that attempts to explain how nations transition from traditional to modern societies. Modernization theory was: Developed by American social scientists in the s. The caste system resulted in lot of evils because of its rigid rules.

Society was divided into strict compartments and those belonging to higher castes exploited the lower-caste people. A person born in one caste was doomed to remain in it forever. The Shudras and untouchables had to. To summarize, caste, religion and ethnicity is entrenched into Indian politics.

Many theorists asserted that caste is a social phenomenon of Indian society. By partaking in the modern political system, caste is now visible to divisive influences and a new form of integration resulting from a new system of universalist-particularist relationships.

The caste systems in Sri Lanka are social stratification systems found among the ethnic groups of the island since ancient times.

The models are similar to those found in Continental India, but are less extensive and important for various reasons, although the caste systems still play an important and at least symbolic role in religion and politics.

At certain stages of modernization, the problem of suffrage, of the definition of the new political community, of attainment of its independence, assumed cen­tral importance.

In other societies or at other stages, problems of re­ligious toleration or of so-called secularization of culture were most prominent. The rural community is simply means a community that consists of people living in a limited physical area and who have common interests and common ways of satisfying them.

Each society consists of different parts, such as individuals, groups, institutions, associations, and communities.

Although it is true, to a large extent, that modernization approach is still valid for the economic, social and political development of the countries, the approach has appeared questionable to many scholars of the field.

This is not only because the. When a caste is transformed to a class, the caste-class conflict emerges in a particular social condition and we find caste wars. For example: In U.P. and Bihar etc. caste wars are very frequent.

In Kerala also there is a mobilization of power which is based on both caste and class. Many scholars, often those from non-Western nations, pointed out over the years that modernization theory fails to account for the way Western reliance on colonization, the stolen labor of enslaved people, and theft of land and resources provided the wealth and material resources necessary for the pace and scale of development in the West (see postcolonial theory for extensive discussions.

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Conflict Analysis on Religion According to Marx: Marx is often quoted as saying that "religion is the opium of the people.“ Marx maintained that the happiness and rewards promised by religion are merely illusions. religion helps maintain social inequality by justifying oppression and is an institution that justifies and perpetuates the ills.

Modernization, in sociology, the transformation from a traditional, rural, agrarian society to a secular, urban, industrial society. Modernization is a continuous and open-ended process that can be seen on a global scale, as it extends outward from its original Western base to take in the whole world.

Religion and Conflict Attribution An Empirical Study of the Religious Meaning System of Christian, Muslim and Hindu Students in Tamil Nadu, India Series: Radboud Studies in Humanities, Volume: 3; E-Book ISBN: Publisher. Role of conflict and conflict management in community-based natural resource projects Introduction The word ‘conflict’ carries negative connotations.

It is often thought of as the opposite of co-operation and peace, and is most commonly associated with violence, the threat of violence or disruptive (non-violent) disputes.

Modernization. Modernization refers to the process and impact of becoming more modern. More specifically, it refers to the gradual shift from hunting-and-gathering societies to postmodern societies, as outlined in Chapter 5 “Social Structure and Social Interaction”, and perhaps especially to the changes brought by the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century.

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Modernization theory was further focused in late 19th century, to make individuals open-minded about the change and modernity (Bernstein, ). This study represents, modernization as an internal conflict among societies till now due to different races and religion (Tétreault & Abel, ).

It is, however, inevitable that the modern Caste situation is a direct descendant of the relatively recent events of British colonialism.

The issue of caste invention can be concluded by stating that the caste system is part of the content of what British colonialists generalised as Hinduism. Conflict is the basis of all good theatre and should therefore be an essential learning component in any high school drama course.

Students of theatre must know from the outset that drama without conflict is usually very dull, indeed. Here is a useful descriptor for conflict I helped write for my state curriculum authority a few years ago.

Each broad caste level is a hierarchical order that is based on notions of purity, non-purity and impurity. It uses the concepts of defilement to limit contacts between caste categories and to preserve the purity of the upper castes.

These caste categories have been exclusionary, endogamous and. conflict and understand that conflicts stem from ineradicable human qualities and are related to situations of interdependence, scarce resources and perceptions of incompatibility,8 they might readily accept conflict and recognize its values — provided, that is, they are properly aware of "conflict management" and the need to find a solution.

caste, the origins of the system and even focuses on caste, sub-caste, and kin. This book will aid me in receiving a thorough background of the system and will also give me insight on the caste system during the British and how politics plays a huge role in the shaping of caste.

Hutton, J. Caste in India: Its Nature, Function and Origins. The caste system in India is the paradigmatic ethnographic example of has origins in ancient India, and was transformed by various ruling elites in medieval, early-modern, and modern India, especially the Mughal Empire and the British Raj.

It is today the basis of affirmative action programmes in India. The caste system consists of two different concepts, varna and jati, which may be. To the conflict theorist, this use of religion to justify the caste system demonstrates one more attempt of the upper class to suppress the lower class.

What is the caste system. The caste system is a rigid social system, a hierarchy that determines occupation. The bestseller that challenges conventional thinking about morality, politics, and religion in a way that speaks to conservatives and liberals alike—a “landmark contribution to humanity’s understanding of itself” (The New York Times Book Review).Drawing on his twenty-five years of groundbreaking research on moral psychology, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt shows how moral judgments.

Indians still often identify themselves by the community they belong to and caste is still a factor in marriage selection. In addition, caste has allowed countless groups that have migrated into India to find a place and to play an important role.

The caste system, as it actually works in India is called jati.Response of the international community 43 5 Implications for Livelihoods Interventions in Conflict Situations 45 The Nepal case 45 Lessons and recommendations 46 References 49 Select Bibliography 51 Appendix CARE-Nepal Safety and Security Guidelines   Procedural Conflict: This conflict results when there is a disagreement over the procedures followed to accomplish a goal of the community.

This conflict can be a positive form of conflict .