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Diaspora: Roles of Diaspora

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Diaspora

Diaspora is Also Called as Overseas Indians in Olden Days
  • The term used to describe the mass.
  • Diaspora is also called as Overseas Indians in olden days. People used to talk about roots, where are originally from?
  • In Nehru times its many people՚s way and neglecting the Diaspora.
  • It was the noninterference policy, it was not the policy of interference it was the policy of noninterference . Noninterference means a kind of dormant relation which a state have with the policy.
  • Slowly, India began to pay attention only after coming with some economic security towards the end of Indira Gandhi and beginning of Rajiv Gandhi in the late 1980s.
  • In 1990s we have liberalization which opened up the markets…

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Agency: Habitus and Agency, Observed Application of the Concept

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Agency

Type of Agency

Habitus and Agency

  • Habitus was Bourdieu՚s way of affecting from objectivist and subjectivist explanations of human observe. Subjectivism states that social realism is a contingent ongoing achievement, while objectivism is, includes in theories of structuralism that people more or less imitate the objective structures of the society they live in.
  • An effort was made in one of the study to resolve the old age structure versus agency debate in sociology as has been attempt by other such as Giddens with his structuration theory.
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