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De Haan, A. (1997). Poverty and Social Exclusion: A Comparison of Debates on Deprivation. PRUS/IDS Workshop, 28-29.

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  • TITLE: Urban Transformations and New Dynamics of Exclusions: A Mixed Method Study of Health and Well-Being in an Expanding City of India

    AUTHORS: Rakesh Chandra, Saradiya Mukherjee

    KEYWORDS: Caste, Urbanisation, Exclusion, Well-Being, Health

    JOURNAL NAME: Current Urban Studies, Vol.3 No.2, June 29, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Indian society divided along the lines of Caste is a unique case for the study of exclusion. Caste based divisions and consequent exclusion has a significant impact on human well being in India. Even after significant restructuring of living spaces and social equations in the form of urbanisation, exclusion is implicit in Indian cities. It manifest in the form of social and spatial exclusion in Indian urban landscapes. In this study, we examine linkages between socio-spatial exclusion and health and well-being through certain pathways. Based in an urban village of Varanasi in India, this study is built on a mixed method. The population of the study area, although historically an integral part of city, were found to be marginalised and excluded socially and spatially in the whole process of urban transformations. Continued exclusion suffered by this urban village amid the city influenced well-being of its inhabitants negatively, particularly their patterns of health.