3 edition of The emergence of radical working class movement in Alleppy, 1922-1938 found in the catalog.
The emergence of radical working class movement in Alleppy, 1922-1938
T. M. Thomas Isaac
|Series||Working paper / Centre for Development Studies ;, no. 175|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 85/60043 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||85907688|
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Activism and the Everyday: The Practices of Radical Working-Class Politics, This thesis will re-evaluate the Chartist movement through research into day-to-day practice in four areas: sociability, material networks, gender and political subjectivity.
It will demonstrate that Chartism’s activism and the everyday lives of its members were. POLITICIZATION OF WOMEN OF TRAVANCORE THROUGH TRAVANCORE STATE CONGRESS AND COMMUNIST PARTY An industrial Proletariat and a radical working class movement emerged in Travancore with Alleppey as its centre.
The leftist movements sowed their 6. Janapatham magazine, Book No, Issue 8, August, Size: KB. Undoubtedly the most widespread mass movement that Travancore witnessed, the social reform movement among Ezhavas arose in the context of the emergence of new social classes in Travancore from among non-dominant castes and communities.
The Ezhava social reform movement sought to unite all sections of their caste through a common law of inheritance.
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Changing class relationS, broken hierarchy of the Hindu society, industrial revolution and the continuous misery of the working people led to a movement for economic equality. Indeed the Travancore Labour Association represented all these developments.
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