• summary of satish deshpande's 'class inequalities in india today'
    being Indian is not an issue in india) Furthermore, it was the upper caste who supported the anti-caste view. Drawbacks of Indian sociology in study of caste The author comments and laments at the failure of the Indian sociologists to study the modern caste system comprehensively. Indian...
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  • Equality in India
    Indian civilization was steeped in inequalities, mostly of caste. With the advent of Buddhism and Jainism, the caste system received a jolt, as the common man started questioning its very basis. Later, Christianity and Islam too, spoke of the equality of all men in the eyes of God. The Bhakti...
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  • Ram Manohar Lohia and His Tackling of Caste Issue
    society, he also recognised that there are other social divisions in the system as well, and that what exists is a ‘complex phenomenon of graded and cross-cutting inequalities.’ Thus, even though Lohia understood that caste was a primary form of inequality in Indian society, he also recognised that...
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    have some sort of functional social stratification. The only difference is that in most cases it remains in an elementary from and elastic. The peculiar feature of the Indian caste system is that in India the aforesaid process has crystalized into watertight compartments. And it has become permanent...
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  • Introduction to Social Stratification
    , gender inequalities and ethnic inequalities reflect the various forms of divisions or stratifications that exist in society. There has never been an equal society. People have always known some form of social stratification. Some past major forms of stratification are the Caste System, the Slavery...
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  • Civils
    consequently of the Indian system of social stratification. The Constitution of India prohibits inequalities and discriminations based upon caste, colour, creed, religion, race, sex, place of birth and any similar factor. Untouchability is a crime. Equal citizenship, equal rights and equal...
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  • Hank
    The inequalities of life under the caste system People, in New Spain, were organized, by law, into a caste system. This caste system was based on race. Those at the top lived very well. Those at the bottom lived very harsh lives. Who's Who in the Caste System: The Peninsulares or Gauchapine...
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  • Reservation for Women: de-Reserving the System
    change while expressing symbolic concessions. Likewise, Indian feminists seem to have forgotten that Caste is an overarching reality without which Indian society can not be imagined. They must not forget the message of Babasaheb Ambedkar to all the victims of Brahmanical social system, “inequality is not...
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    golden age free from the Aryans and their ideas of caste. He also extended his criticism of the caste system and linked it with all other forms of inequalities and injustices prevalent not only in Indian society but also in Western society. A case in point is his linking of the miseries of the...
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  • Caste System
    A caste is a division of society based on occupation and family lineage. Although many other nations are characterized by social inequality, perhaps nowhere else in the world has inequality been so elaborately constructed as in the Indian institution of caste. The Indian caste system is unique in...
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  • Chapter 9
    from the Aryans and their ideas of caste. He also extended his criticism of the caste system and linked it with all other forms of inequalities and injustices prevalent not only in Indian society but also in Western society. A case in point is his linking of the miseries of the black slaves in...
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  • Afasdf
    Learn about India's caste system, India's Caste and Class - Varna, Caste, and Other Divisions, ancient India caste systems.... Although many other nations are characterized by social inequality, perhaps nowhere else in the world has inequality been so elaborately constructed as in the Indian...
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    The Indian Caste System is historically one of the main dimensions where people in India are socially differentiated through social class, religion, region, tribe, gender, and language. The Caste system started with the Aryans. The Aryans (noble people) were a nomadic and pastoral people who...
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  • Analysis of the Possible Effects of the Caste System to India’s Globalization Aspiration
    vast supply of labor especially the skilled workers, this country still remain a low-income one and poverty is still a big issue. This said problem is considered a result of its caste system. The Caste system divides people of India into four groups. This system decides for Indian people what they...
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  • Social Stratification in Modern Capitalist Societies'
    . This system is coming from earlier. In Indian context caste is a very big factor of social stratification. Untouchability is found within caste. If any lower caste people touch the higher caste people than they feel impure and taking a bath. Ethnicity- It is a quality which makes difference...
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  • Discrimination
    territories, whereas members of different castes may be conceived as originating from the same territory. The Indian caste system has been in use for several years [be more precise; castes have existed for thousands of years], and is still valued today. The system helps to keep people peaceful amongst...
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  • Social Stratification : Socy 101
    social stratification and social division and using the caste system of India as an example to critically elaborate on the factors that caused the above social issues which are inequality, socio-economic status, marriage and colour of skin (inclusive of ethnicity). Social stratification can be...
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  • Castism
    multiple causes. The following causes are mainly responsible for the growth of growth of casteism in India. 1) Social Inequality: Social inequality is the hate fullest expression of Caste System. Under Caste System, the whole Hindu society is divided into two broad groups, higher and lower castes...
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  • social inequality
    – 14) 19 Hierarchy, Status and Power: The Caste System and its implications Louise Dumont, in Dipankar Gupta (ed) Social Stratification 20 Continuous Hierarchies and Discrete Castes Dipankar Gupta, in Gupta (ed.) Social Stratification XI (Mar 17 – 21) 21 Caste and Class in India: Some...
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  • Multinational Corporation
    and people are of major concern , within constructs of caste system . Negotiation Strategies: What Indians Accept As Evidence : 1.Personal feelings form the truth . 2.Strong faith in religion . 3.Objective facts are less persuasive than feelings and faith . Value Systems : The Basis Of...
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