modern caste, democratic thought, Christian thought
Within anthropology the study of India and her caste system has been vast. Caste in India is a complex hierarchical system that is foundationally grounded in Hinduism. Social mobility, marriage, daily habits and every aspect of life is affected by caste. India over the last two centuries has been occupied and built up by western invaders. This influence has combined to effect Indian cultural norms and daily life. When Indian constitution was established in 1950, provisions protecting against discrimination based upon caste, gender, age, etc. were put into effect.
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BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Smith, Jaclyn, "Modern Views of Caste: The Pervasiveness of Western Democratic and Christian Thought" (2011). All Student Publications. 78.
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© 2011 by Jaclyn Smith
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