Auteur Narendar Pani is Professor and Head of the Inequality and Human Development Programme at National Institute of Advanced Stu...
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Narendar Pani is Professor and Head of the Inequality and Human Development Programme at National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru, India.
Résumé This original conceptualization provides insights into the role of inequality in the processes of change in rural India. It presents in-depth analyses of the nature and form of inequality, and its causes and consequences. The volume examines interpersonal, intergroup, and intrapersonal inequalities in the country's rural transformation.
Part I: Visualizing inequality 1. Processes of inequality 2. Processes of transformation 3. Vulnerability and escape Part II: Interpersonal and intergroup inequalities 4. Tangible vulnerability 5. Gendered intangible inequality 6. Power and dominance Part III: Intrapersonal inequalities 7. Intrapersonal inequality and distance dualism 8. Caste, power, and aspiration in structural dualism 9. Regional divergence in farmers' suicides 10. Conceptualizing farmers' suicides 11. Agricultural labour suicides in a Kerala village 12. Cultivator suicides in a Maharashtra village 13. Precariousness and suicide Part IV: Negotiations of inequality 14. Aspirations and victimhood 15. Difference and inequality