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by Tiplut Nongbri

  • ISBN: 8170337836
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Tiplut Nongbri
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rawat Publications (January 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 275 pages
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University of Copenhagen. As Patricia Uberoi’s work has shown, the ‘family’ is a key site on which questions of culture, identity and authenticity are played out. This article looks at two contexts of matrilineal kinship, among the Mosuo of Yunan (China) and the Khasi of Meghalaya (India), and traces the different trajectories the matrilineal system has undergone. Focused on the Khasi of Northeast India, it shows that while women have comparative security under matriliny, they are not entirely free from subordination.

This paper looks at the impact of the Supreme Court ban on timber logging on the people of north-east India. Though the force of its impact is felt deeply across the entire region, the paper focuses on the state of Meghalaya, based on data collected from the villages of east and west Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills district. Given the common socio-economic conditions and political history of the region, insights derived from the state are significant to understand the experiences of the people in the other north-eastern states.

Tiplut Nongbri was Professor of Sociology at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems and founding Director, North East India Studies . Development, Ethnicity and. Gender: Select. Essays on Tribes in. India. Tiplut Nongbri co-. Tribal Demography.

Tiplut Nongbri was Professor of Sociology at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems and founding Director, North East India Studies Programme, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi with a brief stint at the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong. and Development in. Bose and Nikhlesh.

Tiplut Nongbri, Development, Ethnicity and Gender: Select Essays on Tribes in India (Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2003). 5. Bezbaruah Committee, Report of The Committee under the Chairmanship of Shri . Bezbaruah to Look into the Concerns of the People of the Northeast Living in Other Parts of the Country (New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, 2014), . oogle Scholar.

Gender, Ethnicity and the Denationalisation of Citizenship in Turkey: Shifting . Gender Studies, Post-conflict Reconstruction and Development, Sexual Violence, United Nations.

Gender, Ethnicity and the Denationalisation of Citizenship in Turkey: Shifting Representations of sh Women in post-1990s Turkish Cinema.

Impact of the State Logging Ban in Meghalaya, India. Tourism and Gender Relations in Lijiang, China. Dev Nathan and Girija Shreshta

Impact of the State Logging Ban in Meghalaya, India. Part two: markets and civilizational change. Dev Nathan and Girija Shreshta. Crafting an Alternative. Leasehold Forestry for Livelihoods of the Poor in Nepal. Dev Nathan and N S Jodha. External Trade and Development of Upland Peoples in the Himalaya-Hindukush. Dev Nathan and Govind Kelkar. Civilizational Change: Markets and Privatization among Indigenous Peoples.

This article discusses the gendered nature of politics (as practice) and political science (as an academic discipline)

This article discusses the gendered nature of politics (as practice) and political science (as an academic discipline). It studies the sex-typing characteristic of most institutions in the modern world and describes how gender shapes the ways people organize, think, and know about the world.

Gender always includes the dynamics of ethnicity and class

Gender always includes the dynamics of ethnicity and class. 2) Social Construction of Gender Social scientists like . Grey (1982: 39) believe that social construction is a continuous process in which both individual, as well as, wider social processes take a part. National Book Trust: New Delhi Tiplut Nongbri, 1994, Gender & the Khasi Family structure in Patricia Uberoi, e. Family, Kinship & Marriage in India. FWE Foundation Course In Womens Empowerment and Development, Block-1 to 4. 255 Glossary Sociography : It refers to descriptive studies of both a qualitative and a quantitative kind.

"This book addresses some of the issues that are of enduring interest to students and teachers in the social sciences. Though the three major themes, viz., development, ethnicity and gender around which the essays revolve are by no means new, the chapters have a distinctive quality, focussing on some of the subjects that are peripheral to the mainstream research. Some of the key issues dealt with in the book are the protracted debate on indigenous peoples; the effect of development and environmental degradation on tribes and the inter-linkages between them; state intervention on natural resource management; and the link between ethnicity, matriliny and gender, an area that has remained unexplored so far. Pitched against the backdrop of the central tribal belt and North-East India the book offers specialists in the field as well as students and researchers a close view into the fast changing contours of life that confront these marginalised people. The author's experiential location in the study universe and the emic perspective that underlined the analysis give an additional edge to the book."

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