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Year: 2010
This research focuses on the place of religion in two lower caste movements for social change in the Indian states of Punjab and Maharashtra
Year: 2009
Architectural features of houses are frequently loaded with meanings expressing fundamental values embedded in social relations
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Year: 2008
Social exclusion is a fact of life that also concerns the political, economic and religious domains
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Year: 2008
Landscape is an important resource for mountain regions, particularly for tourism
Year: 2008
The socio-economic status of women farmers is low because of inherent social hierarchy and economic deprivation
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Year: 2007
This paper draws on anthropological perspectives for the ethnographic exploration of the state and for an understanding of state power and its manifestations
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Year: 2007
Women are essential for the existence of alpine communities
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Year: 2007
This research article utilises concepts from the ‘Anthropology of Clientelism’ to explain the dynamics of social inequality after the construction of the Kali Gandaki ‘A’ hydroelectric dam project
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Year: 2006
Far from the mainstream of society, the pastoral community of Chillihuani in the high Peruvian Andes rears children who are well-adjusted, creative, and curious
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Year: 2005
Currently, a growing societal awareness of problems in the context of unsustainable development meets with conflicts of interest, and the actual implementation of sustainability research, and sustainable innovations and technologies, has only been mildly successful
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