Globalization and Its Impact on Dalits

Manda Suresh

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Globalization appears to be the buzzword of 1990s which has penetrated many academic debates. The process of globalization has made deep inroads into India’s social, economic and cultural life. It has not only affected all aspects of human life but also influenced the social institutions to a great extent. In order to promote the socio-economic justice many affirmative measures were introduced in the Indian Constitution and a lot of welfare schemes were initiated for the uplift of the underprivileged dalits. But globalization has not only threatened it but also made it very weak. In fact socio- economic justice and social welfare which is an integral part of Indian Constitution is slowly getting eclipsed because of privatization and globalization. It has created a new situation where dalits are pushed again in a state of anxiety. This paper seeks to investigate the implications of globalization in the arena of education, access to land, poverty, health care facilities, food securities etc. from the dalit perspectives.


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globalization in the arena of education, access to land, poverty, health care facilities, food securities etc.

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