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by Gopal Guru

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Gopal Guru
ISBN: 0198060300
ISBN13: 978-0198060307
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 15, 2009)
Pages: 238
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The book claims three objectives. First, it seeks to expose ‗humiliation‘ as a complex social phenomenon occurring in different forms, contexts and discourses. In doing so, it highlights our current lack of understanding and convinces us of the need to make ‗humiliation‘ an object of academic inquiry.

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Oxford India Paperbacks. Acknowledgements Preface Introduction: Theorizing Humiliation, Gopal Guru Section I: Foregrounding Humiliation as Claim 1: Logic of Humiliation, Bhikhu Parekh 2: Humiliation: Politics and the Cultural Psychology of the Limits of Human Degradation, Ashis Nandy 3: Humiliation and Justice, Upendra Baxi 4: Understanding Humiliation, Sanjay Palshikar Section II: Contextualizing Humiliation 5: Bereft of Being: The Humiliations of Untouchability, V. Geetha 6: Untouchability, Filth, and.

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Humiliation: Claims and Context (Oxford India Paperbacks). Also spread throughout the political landscape of the book are pearls of poetry and writings from the annals of Dalit literature and Bhakti movements and other reformers. Which adds Kasak to this beautiful book. I end with a couplet from Firaq Gorakhapuri sahib

Ed. Humiliations- Claims and Context. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009. Print Nayar, Pramod K. Literary Theory Today. New Delhi: Asia Book Club, 2002.

Ed. Print (postcolonialism). TERM Summer '18. TAGS English, Sociology, Literature, Caste, Dalit, Manohar Mouli Biswas.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION: THEORIZING HUMILIATION, GOPAL GURU SECTION I: FOREGROUNDING HUMILIATION AS CLAIM 1. Logic of Humiliation, Bhikhu Parekh 2. Humiliation: Politics and th. More). Investigation on Miscibility of Sodium Alginate/Pullulan Blends. Pln Prasad, Gopal Guru, H. R. Shivakumar, K. Sheshappa Rai.

A pioneering work in the field of political and moral theory, Humiliation explores the complex and varied meanings, contexts, forms, and languages of humiliation within an interdisciplinary framework. While humiliation as a theme has found expression in both nationalist and socio-political thought in modern India, this is the first time it has been systematically studied.This volume argues that humiliation is endemic to social life which is active through asymmetries of intersecting sets of attitudes--arrogance and obeisance, self-respect and servility, and reverence and repulsion. The essays unfold the meaning of humiliation by juxtaposing it with other concepts such as shame, disgust, discrimination, degradation, and segregation. They also interrogate the structures that underlie and renew various forms of humiliation.Arguing that it is the socio-cultural context that decides the nature, level, and intensity of humiliation, the volume provides concrete evidence within which this concept acquires the definite shape of a lived experience. The essays present a wide-ranging comparative perspective on various forms of humiliation--racial humiliation in the context of colonialism, the humiliation of working classes in the Bombay textile strike of 1982, caste-based humiliation through the practice of untouchability, and various forms of gender humiliation.Providing a new conceptual language for humiliation studies in India, Humiliation enables a compelling sense of appreciation of the need for a decent and just society.
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