The Community Development Concepts Of The Igorot Indigenous Peoples In Benguet, Philippines, 2011 Australian Catholic University
The Community Development Concepts Of The Igorot Indigenous Peoples In Benguet, Philippines, Digna Lipa-Od Adonis
This research explores the concept of community development among the Igorot Indigenous Peoples in Benguet, Philippines. It investigates the Igorots’ understanding of their community in relation to their culture and their interaction with the ‘modern’ world. It explores Igorot perspectives on the relevance of their culture in obtaining their ‘desired development’ within the present realities of their community. Exploring culturally and academically appropriate methods of conducting research with Indigenous populations such as the Igorot community was an important process of this study. This research reveals that Indigenous researchers undertaking research in their own communities have no ‘automatic credibility’ in navigating ...
Myth, Language, Empire: The East India Company And The Construction Of British India, 1757-1857, 2011 University of Western Ontario
Myth, Language, Empire: The East India Company And The Construction Of British India, 1757-1857, Nida Sajid
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
My thesis investigates the discursive strategies employed by the East India Company during the early colonial period to legitimize mercantile imperialism as an act of preservation for the fast-disintegrating political order that was the Mughal empire in India. By arguing that the interrelationship of myth, history and archive was essential to networks of trade and the establishment of political domination, my thesis offers a new reading of the representations of the political debates surrounding the Company’s scandals and imperial ambitions in the English public sphere. It further demonstrates the centrality of the India question in defining the contours of ...
Lovetoleave.Com: A Website About Niche Online Dating In Angeles City, Philippines, 2011 Syracuse University
Lovetoleave.Com: A Website About Niche Online Dating In Angeles City, Philippines, Marlei Martinez
Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects
The global community is quickly growing due to the constant advancement of telecommunications across the land and sea. No longer do people have to settle for dating within their hometowns; now, they can simply sign up online, create a dating profile and search for their soul mate with just the click of a mouse.
Niche online dating is a very personalized form of internet romance. Men and women can now sit in front of their computers, type the words, “I want to date an Asian girl/guy” in the Google search bar, and dozens of ‘Asian’ dating websites will appear ...
Alternative Be/Longing: Modernity And Material Culture In Bengali Cinema, 1947-1975, 2011 University of Western Ontario
Alternative Be/Longing: Modernity And Material Culture In Bengali Cinema, 1947-1975, Suvadip Sinha
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
Engaging in a dialogue with the recent body of scholarship on alternative/multiple modernities, postcolonial studies, Marxism and thing theory, this thesis has two main objectives: first, to examine how the transition of post-colonial India from a primarily feudal to a capitalist form of economy facilitated a historical-materialist relationship with things, objects and commodities; and second, to explore how this relationship challenges and ruptures the singularly hegemonic narrative of modern capital. Spanning a historical and political period from late-colonial India to the urban modernity of 1970s’, Satyajit Ray’s Jalsaghar (1958) and Pratidwandi (1971), Riwik Ghatak’s Ajantrik (1958), Tapan ...
Walking The Tightrope: The United States’ Policy In Vietnam, 1952-1954, 2011 Providence College
Walking The Tightrope: The United States’ Policy In Vietnam, 1952-1954, Erin Flynn
Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity
This thesis demonstrates how the Truman and Eisenhower administrations sought to avoid direct intervention in Indochina and halt the spread of communism at the same time. This purpose is achieved through careful analysis of primary and secondary sources, with a particular focus on the primary documentation found in Foreign Relations of the United States: 1952-1954. Through examination of these day-by-day recordings and memos, the futility of pursuing the two conflicting aims becomes clear.
Mulk Raj Anand: Moving India Forward, 2011 Governors State University
Mulk Raj Anand: Moving India Forward, Sandy Wheeler
All Student Theses
Mulk Raj Anand is an innovator in literature. He is one of the first Indian authors to write in English about the humanitarian dilemmas facing India during the mid-twentieth century. His compassionate objective is to produce an awareness of the cruelty and inhumane practices of untouchability and social class distinctions and to seek the enlightening prospects of progress and modernity. In his three novels Coolie, Two Leaves and a Bud, and Untouchable, Anand explores the lives of of the down-trodden. The first chapter of this project defines and discusses the Hindu caste system of India as well as its unfavorable ...
Explore The Phenomenon Of Buddhist Temple Stay In South Korea For Tourists, 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Explore The Phenomenon Of Buddhist Temple Stay In South Korea For Tourists, Wei Wang
UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones
Temple Stay program is a newly developed but comparatively mature tourism product in Korea, which is to accommodate and cater tourists in Buddhist temples and have them experience over 1700 years Korean traditions of Buddhism and culture. As a product of compromise between Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the most influential Buddhist organization Jogye Order, Temple Stay program was first launched in 2002 during FIFA World Cup to receive excessive international tourists. Through almost ten-year systematical development, Temple Stay program turns out to be a distinctive phenomenon which successfully establishes a unique identity of Korean culture and tourism ...
Review Of Artistic And Cultural Exchanges Between Europe And Asia, 1400-1900. Michael North, Ed., 2011 Macalester College
Review Of Artistic And Cultural Exchanges Between Europe And Asia, 1400-1900. Michael North, Ed., Rivi Handler-Spitz
No abstract provided.
Schooling Passions: Nation, History, And Language In Contemporary Western India (Book Review), 2011 University of Richmond
Schooling Passions: Nation, History, And Language In Contemporary Western India (Book Review), Christopher Bischof
History Faculty Publications
Schooling Passions is an anthropological work that explores the everyday production of local, regional, and national senses of belonging in the elementary schools in the locality of Kolhapur near the southern boundary of the state of Maharashtra, India. Kolhapur was an independent kingdom until 1949 and traces its origin to Shivaji Bhosale, a seventeenth-century hero-warrior who founded the Marathi nation. Equipped with a knowledge of Marathi and significant expertise in nationalism, citizenship, education, and gender, Véronique Benei conducted fieldwork at five schools in the late 1990s and early 2000s with the expectation that education would be less nationalistic there than ...
Canons, Curriculums, Numbers, 2011 University of Iowa
Canons, Curriculums, Numbers, Rebecca Gould
No abstract provided.
Review Of Islam And Sufism In Daghestan, Moshe Gammer, Ed. And Daghestan And The World Of Islam, Ed. Moshe Gammer And David J. Wasserstein., Rebecca Gould
No abstract provided.
The Modernity Of Premodern Islam In Contemporary Daghestan, 2011 University of Bristol
The Modernity Of Premodern Islam In Contemporary Daghestan, Rebecca Gould
“The Modernity of Premodern Islam in Contemporary Daghestan,” Contemporary Islam: Dynamics of Muslim Life 5.2 (2011): 161-183.
Modernity, Madness, Disenchantment: Don Quixote’S Hunger, 2011 University of Bristol
Modernity, Madness, Disenchantment: Don Quixote’S Hunger, Rebecca Gould
No abstract provided.
Quatrains Of Mahsati Of Ganja, Literary Imagination, 2011 University of Bristol
Quatrains Of Mahsati Of Ganja, Literary Imagination, Rebecca Gould
“Mahsatī of Ganja’s Wandering Quatrains,” (introduction to translations of the twelfth-century Persian poetess), Literary Imagination 13 (2): 225-227. Translations of Mahsati's quatrains, pp. 227-231.
Objects Of Desire: Photographs And Retrospective Narratives Of Fieldwork In Indonesia, 2011 University of Richmond
Objects Of Desire: Photographs And Retrospective Narratives Of Fieldwork In Indonesia, Jennifer W. Nourse
Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Publications
This discussion of my fieldwork, memory, and experience begins with a nod to Handler and Gable’s essay (this volume) in which they ask what anthropology can contribute to the study of social memory. I take Gable and Handler’s insights about the false dichotomy between memory and history (since, they argue, all history and memory are perspectival) and consider ways in which fieldwork photographs demonstrate the same point. I suggest that my photographs became the repositories for individual interpretations of a host of broader issues related to the nation-state and its agenda. This agenda was reflected in ways the ...
Cacophony Or Empowerment? : Analyzing The Impact Of New Information Communication Technologies And New Social Media In Southeast Asia., Jason P. Abbott
The capabilities, tools and websites we associate with new information communication technologies and social media are now ubiquitous. Moreover tools that were designed to facilitate innocuous conversation and social interaction have had unforeseen political impacts. Nowhere was this more visible than during the 2011 uprisings across the Arab World. From Tunis to Cairo, and Tripoli to Damascus protest movements against authoritarian rule openly utilized social networking and file sharing tools to publicize and organize demonstrations and to catalogue human rights abuses. The Arab Spring, or Jasmine Revolution, was an event that was both witnessed and played out in real time ...
Sacred Biography, Translation, And Conversion: The Nabivamsa Of Saiyad Sultan And The Making Of Bengali Islam, 1600-Present, 2011 University of Pennsylvania
Sacred Biography, Translation, And Conversion: The Nabivamsa Of Saiyad Sultan And The Making Of Bengali Islam, 1600-Present, Ayesha A. Irani
Publicly Accessible Penn Dissertations
The present dissertation is a study of the Nabivamsa, "The Prophet's Lineage," the first biography of the Prophet Muhammad to be composed in Bangla, in the first half of the seventeenth century. A literary milestone in the multi-ethnic, multi-cultural history of Islam, it marks a significant contribution to Bangla's rich literary corpus, and became a canonical work for the late-medieval Islamic Bangla literary tradition. This hitherto little-studied text is used to examine the nature of Islamic expansion on Bengal's eastern frontier, addressing issues of religious competition, identity formation, and conversion. These were central concerns of the author ...
Single-Parent Families In Bangkok, Thailand: Factors Affecting Children Living In Single-Parent Families, 2011 University of Kentucky
Single-Parent Families In Bangkok, Thailand: Factors Affecting Children Living In Single-Parent Families, Waruesporn Jiumpanyarach
Theses and Dissertations--Sociology
There has been a transformation in family structure in Thailand due to the changes in economic and social structures over time. Though not recorded in census data the rise in single-parent families can be expected due to a rise in divorce rates, that have been recorded, over the past decades. However, the literature on single-parent families is limited and little is known about the experiences of single-mothers and children of singlemother families in Thailand. This study examines the factors that have major impacts on the well-being of children of single-parent families in Bangkok, Thailand.
A qualitative methodology was employed to ...
Nation, Fantasy, And Mimicry: Elements Of Political Resistance In Postcolonial Indian Cinema, 2011 University of Kentucky
Nation, Fantasy, And Mimicry: Elements Of Political Resistance In Postcolonial Indian Cinema, Aparajita Sengupta
University of Kentucky Doctoral Dissertations
In spite of the substantial amount of critical work that has been produced on Indian cinema in the last decade, misconceptions about Indian cinema still abound. Indian cinema is a subject about which conceptions are still muddy, even within prominent academic circles. The majority of the recent critical work on the subject endeavors to correct misconceptions, analyze cinematic norms and lay down the theoretical foundations for Indian cinema. This dissertation conducts a study of the cinema from India with a view to examine the extent to which such cinema represents an anti-colonial vision. The political resistance of Indian films to ...
"India", In "Classical Aesthetic Traditions Of India, China, And The Middle East", 2011 CUNY Graduate Center
"India", In "Classical Aesthetic Traditions Of India, China, And The Middle East", Peter L. Manuel
Publications and Research
No abstract provided.