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What is structural voilance
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Gaurav Seth 1 day, 2 hours ago

The different forms of Structural Violence:

(i)The traditional caste system treated certain groups of people as asprishya or untouchable. Till it was outlawed by the Constitution of independent India, the practice of untouchability subjected them to social exclusion and deprivation of the worst sort. The country is still struggling to erase the scars and relics of this ugly custom. While a social order based on class appears to be more flexible, it too generates a great deal of inequality and oppression.

(ii)Patriarchy entails a form of social organisation that results in the systematic subordination of, and discrimination against, women. Its manifestations include selective abortion of female foetuses, denial of adequate nourishment and education to the girl-child, child-marriage, wife battering, dowry-related crimes, sexual harassment at the workplace, rape, and honour killing.

(iii)Colonialism in the sense of prolonged and direct subjection of a people to alien rule is now a rare phenomenon. But the ongoing Palestinian struggle against Israeli domination shows that it has not disappeared completely. Besides, the former colonies of European imperialist countries are yet to recover completely from the forms of manifold exploitation they suffered during the colonial era.

(iv)Racism and communalism involve the stigmatisation and oppression of an entire racial group or community. Racial discrimination still continues covertly in the West and is now often directed against immigrants from countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Communalism may be seen as the South Asian counterpart of racism where the victims tend to be minority religious groups.

Mention the harmful effects of freedom?
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Ajay Goyal 1 day, 3 hours ago

Harmful effects of freedom are Pepole take negative advantages of it . Pepole use thier freedom in excess . People do bad work
Describe the three procedure given under Artical 368 for amending the indian constitution
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Ajay Goyal 1 day, 3 hours ago

By simple majority By special majority By 2 3rd majority
What's is constitution
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Yogita Ingle 1 day, 20 hours ago

  • A constitution is a set of basic rules that allows for minimal coordination amongst members of a society and expresses the fundamental identity of people.
  • It is a body of fundamental principles according to which a state is constituted or governed.
  • A constitution specifies the power of people to make decisions in a society.
  • It decides on how the government would be constituted.
  • Constitution also sets some fundamental limits on what a government can impose on its citizens and which cannot be trespassed.
  • A constitution enables the government to fulfil the aspirations of a society and create conditions for a just society
When can fundamental rights suspended
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Suyash Gupta 1 day, 1 hour ago

Fundamental rights suspended when the emergency is applied
How is prime minister appointed discuss the power and functions
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Ajay Goyal 1 day, 3 hours ago

Prime miniter appointed under article 73 Prime has many powers all country is in the hand of prime Minister prime minister take major decisions with the council of ministers
What is principal of delebration
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Hawiya Ansari 3 days, 16 hours ago

Deliberation democracy or discursive democracy is a form of democracy in which deliberations is central to decision making it adopted elements of both consensus decision making rules
Why do we need to bring reforms into our electoral system ? Suggest any three proposals concerning electoral reforms
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P Y 3 days, 8 hours ago

We need them to improve weakness of our electoral system . 3 proposals are 1.our electoral system should be changed to PR system. 2.Persons having criminal background should be banned to contest election. 3.There should be fixed buget provided for campaign of election or there should be state funding.
Why do we need right in constitution
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Gaurav Seth 4 days, 18 hours ago

The Constitution is needed for the following reasons:

1. The Constitution provides a framework within which a government has to work.

2. It controls the misuse of power by the government.

3. It minimises the chances of disputes among the various organs of the Government as it clearly defines their powers and functions.

4. It safeguards the fundamental rights of the citizens.

What is constitutional rights
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Ajay Goyal 1 day, 3 hours ago

Which are given by our constitution
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Why do we need two houses in parliament?
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Yogita Ingle 6 days, 4 hours ago

Necessity of Two Houses:
1. Rajya Sabha reflects a federal character by representing the units of the Union. While, Lok Sabha represents spirit of people.
2. Both Houses plays positive role in matters of Legislations.
3. They check on abuses of democracy in their own defined jurisdictions.
4. Two houses checks the tendency of Government to take populist measures under an unstable political Scenario.
5. Rajya Sabha also poses a moral authority over a care taker government (when LS dissolves)
6. Two vetoes (from two houses) on the matter of policies of Government give Democracy wider scope to become healthier.
7. Second Chamber members are much different from Elected Member of Lok Sabha. Most of RS members are experts in their field, like businessmen, historians, journalist, actors, law expert, etc they helps in ushering and presenting aspirations of all kind freedoms provided by constitution of India in the parliament

The emergency situation when Lok Sabha is dissolved, only Rajya Sabha can take vital decisions in interest of nation and States. Example Kargil War(1999).

What is universal adult franchise
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P Y 3 days, 8 hours ago

This is a policy or rule according to which every citizen of our country is allowed to vote after attaining a certain age(that is 18 years) without having any discrimination on the basis of caste,creed,gender, economic status, literacy place of birth etc. I hope this will help you...

Apoorva Singh 6 days, 19 hours ago

In this the people above 18 are eligible to vote
What are the three dimensions of equality
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Ashish Mourya 4 days, 1 hour ago

Political equality- right to vote,universal adult franchise etc. Comes under this Soceo-economic equality- this equality deals with social and economic right. Cultural equality- minorities have right to preserve their culture and education...

Anjali Gupta 1 week ago

1.Political equality 2. Social equality 3. Economic equality
Difference between bill of rights and fundamental right
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P Y 3 days, 8 hours ago

Bill of rights is a list of rights which are listed , guaranteed and protected by the constitution while fundamental rights are the special rights which comes under Bill of rights. I hope now this is clear to you.

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