Paradise Lost?: State Failure in Nepal, Book by Ali Riaz (Paperback) | ehomyqev.gq
Ethnicity and Politics in Nepal. Economic Crisis and the Lack of Performance Legitimacy.
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Uitgever: New York University Press. Samenvatting A particular dark triumph of modern nationalism has been its ability to persuade citizens to sacrifice their lives for a political vision forged by emotional ties to a common identity. Both men and women can respond to nationalistic calls to fight that portray muscular warriors defending their nation against an easily recognizable enemy.
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This us versus them mentality can be seen in sectarian violence between Hindus and Muslims, Tamils and Sinhalas, Serbs and Kosovars, and Protestants and Catholics. In Muscular Nationalism, Sikata Banerjee takes a comparative look at India and Ireland and the relationship among gender, violence, and nationalism. Exploring key texts and events from , Banerjee explores how women negotiate muscular nationalisms as they seek to be recognized as legitimate nationalists and equal stakeholders in their national struggles.
Banerjee argues that the gendered manner in which dominant nationalism has been imagined in most states in the world has had important implications for women's lived experiences. Nepal time line Introduction: Understanding the crisis in Nepal and state failure State formation and political transition in Nepal Ethnicity and politics in Nepal Economic crisis and the lack of performance legitimacy Maoist insurgency and the militarization of the Nepali Polity and society Popular uprising Problems and prospects Notes more Online Table of contents only Broken link?
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