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Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana

Author Name : Archana Sinha & Denzil Fernandes

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  • Publisher : Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 13 : 978-93-85046-66-7
  • Page no : 112 + xvi
  • Publication Year : 2019
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This Book is an outcome of a qualitative research study “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana”. Violence is an expression used especially during social conflict situations to deep rooted anger, frustration and at times helplessness. Violence against dalit women during caste conflict need to be investigated at deeper level of vulnerabilities of dalit women – as why they become or made victims in caste conflict, by way of, patriarchy, gender dimensions, physicality, single story narratives about women, etc. This study “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana” focuses on deeper issues that directs the investigation beyond violence what prompt or leads to violence against women. This could be a model study to investigate further other violent incidences against women across states. When gender-based violence is discussed in the context of social conflict and violence faced by dalit women, most of the times it is overlooked that it doesn't occur in isolation. There are a ton of variables or rather intersections that add to it. In India, there is an intersection that is of caste, casteist patriarchy becoming a common phenomenon; structural and pervasive subjugation of women at multi levels, that is, of being a dalit and a woman giving rise to a conflict which further takes different forms of violence. Through this book, “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana”, the authors situate the narratives within patriarchal discourse of disgrace, humiliation and blame, which stigmatizes Dalit women who are victim-survivors of conflict and violence in their social environment.
Table of Content Foreword – About the Authors – Preface – Acknowledgements – 1. Introduction – 2. Review of Literature – 3. Profile of Study Area ‘Haryana’ – 4. Dalit Women in Social Conflict ‘Case Studies and Narratives’ • A. Caste Based Social Conflict • B. Gender Based Social Conflict • C. Restrictions Faced by Dalit Woman Being Dalit • D. Restraint Woman Became Cause of Conflict • E. Woman Victimised for Being A Dalit Woman by Opponent • F. Dalit Woman as Community Member • G. Organisational - Structural Conflict • H. Woman Surviving in Silence as Undemonstrated Conflict and Restriction• I. Struggle Faced by Dalit Woman Being A Woman – 5. Recommendations for Social Harmony – 6. Conclusion – References – Bibliography – Subject Index.
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Title Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana
Author's Name Archana Sinha & Denzil Fernandes
Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Page No. 112 + xvi
Year Of Publication 2019
ISBN 10 No
ISBN 13 978-93-85046-66-7
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Edition 1st
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Binding type Hard bound
About The Book This Book is an outcome of a qualitative research study “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana”. Violence is an expression used especially during social conflict situations to deep rooted anger, frustration and at times helplessness. Violence against dalit women during caste conflict need to be investigated at deeper level of vulnerabilities of dalit women – as why they become or made victims in caste conflict, by way of, patriarchy, gender dimensions, physicality, single story narratives about women, etc. This study “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana” focuses on deeper issues that directs the investigation beyond violence what prompt or leads to violence against women. This could be a model study to investigate further other violent incidences against women across states. When gender-based violence is discussed in the context of social conflict and violence faced by dalit women, most of the times it is overlooked that it doesn't occur in isolation. There are a ton of variables or rather intersections that add to it. In India, there is an intersection that is of caste, casteist patriarchy becoming a common phenomenon; structural and pervasive subjugation of women at multi levels, that is, of being a dalit and a woman giving rise to a conflict which further takes different forms of violence. Through this book, “Dalit Women in Social Conflict: The Case of Haryana”, the authors situate the narratives within patriarchal discourse of disgrace, humiliation and blame, which stigmatizes Dalit women who are victim-survivors of conflict and violence in their social environment.

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