This book primarily tries to bring out the analogy between the conceptual and methodological discourses on the theme of the other. The term 'Other' here refers to the oppressed sections of the society. It may be dalits, women, indigenous or ethnic communities. Since we are living in a multicultural and multilingual society, we should share our views with others on a platform where issues of the marginalized people are addressed by different scholars following different methods and techniques. Though there are various policies and plans for the welfare of the downtrodden, hardly any change can be seen at the micro-level structure of the society. There are studies which highlighted the problems and ethos of the downtrodden sections, but a majority of those studies neglected the marginalized groups. Hence, we felt the need to highlight the issues and concerns of these groups in a wider context and started thinking on the theme 'Ethnographic Discourse of the Other: Conceptual and Methodological Issues'. This volume attempts to discuss and theorize the pragmatic concepts and issues related to the marginalized groups in contemporary societies in South Asia. This book is interdisciplinary in nature and will be useful to scholars and students of Anthropology, Sociology, Linguistics, Social Work, Culture Studies, Gender Studies and Philosophy. It is widely applicable to all sections of the oppressed socially, economically, culturally, academically, politically and other wise.Diagram 3.3: Proposed strategy model for effective healthcare services and arsenic mitigation Structural arrangements: Cell ... effective participation of the common people Radio, TV and print media, text books, government, LG members and chairmen, and NGOs must raise public ... Whilst the recommendations presented in the schematic diagram broadly represent Ethnographic Discourse of the Other 65.
|Title||:||Ethnographic Discourse of the Other|
|Author||:||Panchanan Mohanty, Ramesh C. Malik, Eswarappa Kasi|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2009-03-26|