Volume 50 (2013)

SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN INDIA: CRITICAL ETHNOGRAPHIC DISCOURSE FROM THE MARGINS

GUEST EDITORS:

ROBIN OAKELY, REDDISEKHARA YALAMALA and ESWARAPPA KASSI
Foreword from Editors (p. 3)

ARTICLES

ROBIN OAKELY, REDDISEKHARA YALAMALA, ESWARAPPA KASSI
Introduction (p. 5)

ANSHU SINGH, 
Terrorized Spaces of Delhi: A Study of Batla House (p. 15)

BINDU RAMACHANDRAN,
Differential Vulnerabilities among the Tribes of Kerala: 
Anthropological Insights (p. 29)

AARTI KAWLRA, 
ICT Mediated Development for Whom:
A Reflexive Ethnography of ICT 
(p. 39)

NAVA KISHOR DAS, 
Social Exclusion, Governance Breakdown and Minority Regression 
in Northeast India (p. 53)

REDDISEKHARA YALAMALA
Beyond the Institutionalization Approach to Research Ethics: 
Anthropology and Systems of Health Exclusion (p. 65)


COMPTES RENDUS

MARIN CONSTANTIN, Apartenenţa etno-culturală din România în contextul globalizării. 
Criterii antropologice ale etnogenezei şi etnomorfozei [Ethnocultural Belonging in Romania 
within the Context of Globalization. Anthropological Insights on Ethnogenesis and Ethnomorphosis], 
reviewed by Stelu Serban (p. 79)

CORNELIA RADA, Valori identitare ale familiei româneşti contemporane în contextul globalizării. 
O abordare antropologică [Identity Values of the Contemporary Romanian Family in the Framework 
of Globalization. An Anthropological Approach], reviewed by Adina Baciu (p. 81)

Errata (p. 85)
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Institutul Antropologie,
Mar 20, 2014, 3:40 AM
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