Understanding Indian society : the non-Brahmanic perspective /
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Contributed papers presented at a seminar organized under the UGC Special Assistance Programme in the Dept. of Sociology, University of Pune.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction / S.M. Dahiwale -- Understanding Indian society : the relevance of the perspective from below / T.K. Oommen -- Nation, anthropology, and the village / Surinder S. Jodhka -- The broken men theory of untouchability / S.M. Dahiwale -- Perspectives of the anti-caste movements : subaltern sociological visions / Gail Omvedt -- Decoding Dalitism : reflections on Dalit literature in Maharasthra / S.R. Punalekar -- Conversion as subversion of hierarchy / Ambrose Pinto S.J. -- Conversion, empowerment, and social transformation / S.M. Michael -- Brahmanical social order and Christianity in India / Lancy Lobo -- Educational stratification, dominant ideology and the reproduction of disadvantage in India / Padma Velaskar -- Confronting caste inequality : what sociologists must do to reorient social policy / Satish Deshpande.