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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3744-3752

Development Of Contemporary Perspective And Structural Discrimination In Dalit Movement

Dr. Nilesh Chandrakant Adhav.


Work and descent discriminations (WDD) exclude some of the most disadvantaged populations in at least 20 countries from and marginalize others. While they privilege others. It is a major structural source of consolidated poverty and inequality. Dalit social movements are becoming strong and numerous and reaching DWD communities worldwide. Caste as a set of connections that are distinct from economics are not discriminated against by Dalits, but by the same economic and market mechanisms via which they are frequently liberated. The caste processes, enclosures and evasions in post-liberalization India suggest the need to rethink caste modernity beyond orientalist and post-colonial frameworks and to take into consideration the premises that shape an institution's understanding of which the inequalities and subjects it produces are the nature and experience.

Key words: Discrimination, Dalit movement, untouchability, Inequality, Caste.

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