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Johnston, C. (2012). The Political Art of Patience: Adivasi Resistance in India. Antipode, 44(4), 1268–1286. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 664812
BibTeX citation key: Johnston2012
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Keywords: 1947-, 1977-, ACTIVISTS, ADIVASIS, CITIZENSHIP, Denotified Tribes, India, India, NATION building, POLITICAL rights, POLITICS & government of India, rights, SOCIAL conditions in India, social movements, social movements, TRIBES
Creators: Johnston
Collection: Antipode
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Abstract
This article documents the emergence of the Denotified Rights Action Group (DNG-RAG), a national social movement orchestrated to assert the citizenship rights of adivasi (indigenous) populations in India. It assesses the movement's efforts to engage the central Indian government in meaningful dialogue to accommodate the inclusion of marginalized adivasis in the democratic politics of the nation. In doing so, the DNT-RAG reasserts the primacy of the Indian state as the principal engine driving the project of nation building, and as such, the site that activists target to further an agenda of equitable development and democratic rights for those known as India's Denotified Tribes. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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