Communities or groups are considered marginalized on account of their distance from the centre’s political or economic power and consequent limited access to the decision making processes. Some marginalized groups are deliberately created and that limits their access to education and social welfare schemes. Some groups are marginalized because of the attitudes and actions of the dominant or majority group. This is a process often undertaken by the institutions controlled by the dominant powerful groups in society. Distinctions can be made between marginal groups and marginalized groups in society.
During the War he took the side of the British, helping several European officers and even saving their lives. However, while he was on their side he wrote a pamphlet, “The Causes of the Indian Revolt.” This was a scathing review of the errors in the British administration, which had caused the dissatisfaction and countrywide dystopia. This had considerable influence on British policy. Following the war the Muslims adopted a staunch anti-British position. They refused to attend the schools and colleges that were following the British system.
It also applies to some degree to people with a disability, to minority, of all sexual orientations and gender identities (the LGBT community), to the elderly, and to youth (Youth Exclusion). Anybody who diverges in any alleged way from the norm of a populace may become issue to coarse or subtle forms of social exclusion. Furthermore, communities may self-exclude by slaying themselves physically from the well-built
Furthermore, it outlines the perplexity of religious discrimination. Although they bear some minor similarities, the differences between Sunni and Shia are pronounced. In the Kite Runner, Afghanistan is divided into Pashtuns and Hazaras. Pashtuns are the Sunni Muslim while the Hazaras are Shia Muslim. According to the book, Shai 's are minorities and they don’t have the freedom and ability to express their feelings and voices.
While Pakistan 's unwillingness in order to resolve the issue further aggravated the tensions among both Balochi 's and Federation of Pakistan. Although Balochi 's instigated resistant moves they were obscured by Pakistan that made Balochi 's more against the state. This article explores the history of Baloch ethnic group, regions colonial division, its succession to Pakistan, the ethnic composition of Balochistan along with the nature of the issue. The Study exposes that currently Baloch people are divided into two groups, i.e. (a) those who are the component of conventional politics and want to protect their identity through legitimate means, (b) those that are occupied in rebellious and terrorist actions.
Goffman (1997) expresses a stigmatized person as someone who possesses undesirable physical characteristics that are not within the normal characteristics in the group to which he or she belongs. Furthermore he states that this person is consequently reduced in the minds of society from a whole and normal person to a tainted, reduced one. Goffman (1997) argues that normality is a counterpart to stigma. Burke (2007) on the other hand states that society establishes categories, where certain characteristics are considered normal within a category, he refers to this as social identity, which draws a picture of social identity which is based on first appearances, and occurs through mixed contacts, that is, social situations where those stigmatized
What does one understand by the term ‘Primitive Culture’? According to various texts and discussions the term ‘primitive culture’ refers to a society believed to lack cultural, economical and technological sophistication. They were relatively isolated, relatively simple social institutions and had slow rate of sociocultural change. In these cultures history and beliefs were passed on through oral tradition. There are a lot of things that people might consider culturally primitive, for instance, cultures that lack written language might be considered less culturally sophisticated than the ones that have written language, hunters-gathers might be considered economically backward than capitalised societies.
Virtue has become caste-ridden, and morality has become caste-bound.” B.R. Ambedkar here shows that everyone is completely separated from one another. For the most part, people can only interact with people from their same caste, unless if it is to their benefit, like the example shown above about cutting hair. Upper castes only use people from the lower castes if it is to their benefit if not, they are just seen as an impure
In this written work of his, he was able to differentiate how individual groups in a population affiliate themselves with another, in which they most often find themselves struggling for existence among one another. In terms of the treatment of the individuals within a certain group, it is evident that the relationship among them is peaceful, whereas towards other groups, they are antagonistic. By definition, according to Sumner (1960/1940, pp. 12-13), an in-group is a collectivity with which an individual identifies, while an out-group does not. The treatment and perception of the in-group towards the out-group is that of individuals that are lesser than them, while the in-group perceives themself as someone who is of greater stature by their standard.
Supremacy was given to the unifying force of Islam. The Hindus were taught that the Bengalis were more reliable to Hindus “Brother”, they want to join the Hinduism. But they did not convince the Bengalis to become a part of Hinduism. At last they ultimately contributed toward Pakistan. And they loyalty to Pakistan.