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|Title:||Kashipur: womens struggle within the struggle|
School of Social Work
|Publisher:||Tata Institute Of Social Sciences|
|Abstract:||The following dissertation aims to look at the social movements and the varied complexities associated with it both at the theoretical and practical ground. Along with it, it also looks at the trajectory of social movements from the old social movements to the new social movements (NSMs). And within this context it laces one such struggle -the Kashipur Struggle against bauxite mining in Orissa under the larger ambit of the new social movements. When it places the struggle under the new social movements it not only then looks at the movement perse but, tries to unearth the voices of various sections of the society who are a part of the struggle. It also tries to explore the hierarchies within hierarchies that have further led to the marginalization of the already marginalized. It specifically looks at the women community and their perceptions and experiences of being a part of the struggle. It aims to create a space for them to voice themselves in all aspects about the struggle.|
|Appears in Collections:||M.A.|
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