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by Satadru Sen

Author: Satadru Sen
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 2000)
Pages: 296 pages
Category: History
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Автор: Sen, Satadru Название: Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in. .This book places Raw Law at the centre of an analysis of colonisation – thereby decentring the usual analytical tendency to privilege the dominant structures and concepts of Western law.

Автор: Sen, Satadru Название: Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in the Andaman Islands Издательство: Oxford Academ Классификация: Социология и социальные исследования Политика и институты государственной власти ISBN: 0195651162 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780195651164 ISBN: 0-19-565116-2 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-0-19-565116-4 Вес: . 55 к.

For details see Sen, Savagery and Colonialism

6 For a history of the penal colony, see Sen, Satadru, Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in the Andaman Islands (Oxford University Press, 2000). For details see Sen, Savagery and Colonialism. 35 Any tribal group displaying any one of these features-low and declining population, pre-agricultural technology, or very low literacy rates-was characterized as a Primitive Tribal Group.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. This volume examines the first four decades in the history of the Andaman Islands penal colony. The analysis focuses on the meanings of 'crime' and 'rehabilitation' in colonial India.

Geographic Name: Andaman Islands (India) Social conditions. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in the Andaman Islands. Manhattan's landscape contains few material reminders of its colonial past

Manhattan's landscape contains few material reminders of its colonial past. Traces of the Native Americans who frequented the island, the Dutch who planted New Amsterdam at its tip and the various European and African peoples who populated the city renamed New York by the English in 1664 are few and far between. Though the obliteration of the tangible remains of seventeenth- and.

Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in the Andaman Islands by Satadru Sen . Again, a tantalising eight-page afterword introduces us to 20th century political prisoners transported to the Andamans

Disciplining Punishment: Colonialism and Convict Society in the Andaman Islands by Satadru Sen; OUP, 2000; pp 283 + x, Rs 595. CRISPIN BATES of the enduring myth of the kalapani the notion that natives of India dreaded sea travel, and were concerned about loss of caste through transportation, identifying use of the term rather with nationalist political transportees. Again, a tantalising eight-page afterword introduces us to 20th century political prisoners transported to the Andamans. This perhaps deserved to be developed more, since it is a subject with which many readers will have some familiarity and would have aroused great interest.

This book examines the social, political and ideological dimensions of the encounter between the indigenous .

This book examines the social, political and ideological dimensions of the encounter between the indigenous inhabitants of the Andaman islands, British colonizers and Indian settlers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The British-Indian penal settlements in the Andaman Islands – beginning tentatively in 1789 and renewed on a larger scale in 1858 – represent an extensive, complex experiment in the management of populations through colonial discourses of race, criminality, civilization, and savagery.

Routledge/Edinburgh South Asian Studies Series. It aims to advance understanding of the key issues in the study of South Asia, and contributions include works by experts in the social sciences and the humanities.

List Price : US$ 5. 0 Our Price : US$ 4. 8. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. ISBN-10 : 0-19-565116-2, 0195651162. Place of Publication : Delhi. Year of Publication : 2000.

This volume examines the first four decades in the history of the Andaman Islands penal colony. The analysis focuses on the meanings of 'crime' and 'rehabilitation' in colonial India, the objectives of punishment, and the responses of Indian criminals to the punishment inflicted by the colonial state.