Caste Essay Topics

Nothings changed & Half caste

I am going to be pointing out the content and the structure of tatamkhulu afrika Nothings Changed and John Agar’s Half Caste. Both poems use different type of text and language. Both writers make you read between the lines to show how they express their feelings. I will also be identifying the purpose, poetic spelling… View Article

Oxford Don and Half Caste

The poems, ‘Listen Mr. Oxford Don’ and ‘Half Caste’ were both written by John Agard, and in both of these poems, Agard challenges the status quo. In ‘Listen Mr. Oxford Don’, he challenges the use of language and in ‘Half Caste’, he challenges views of ethnicity. In the poem ‘Listen Mr. Oxford Don’, Agard characterizes… View Article

Compare and Contrast Search for my tongue and Half caste

The Poem “Half caste” was written by John Agard, It refers to being half caste, someone of mixed skin colour and race. In the poem the persons mother is Portuguese while his father was born in the Caribbean .His mother is white and his father is black skinned. The poet writes that by being half… View Article

Introduction To Dvd Express

DVD Express is a new business that has just set-up in London to meet the demands of the growing number of people that own a DVD player in this country, as it is an increasingly popular and growing form of entertainment. DVD express, rather than renting films sells the films at discounted prices, as many… View Article

Untouchables

In the article Untouchable, Tom O’Neil tells us what being an untouchable is all about. By interviewing those labeled as untouchable, O’Neil finds a way to truly express to us what it’s like to be an untouchable and the true underlying complications that the seeming unbreakable caste system has projected on its cultural members. What… View Article

The White Tiger

Similar to carvings in wood, character is molded by indents- through pain and suffrage. This notion is evident in Aravind Adiga’s novel, The White Tiger, in which Balram Halwaii seeks to create his own destiny. Having no role models within his family to help to guide him along his fated path, Balram quickly becomes determined… View Article

Movie Analysis – Dharm

The story line of the film ‘Dharm’ follows the life of Pandit Chaturvedi, a highly respected, learned and religious Brahmin, who lives with his wife Parvathi and daughter Vedika, in Benares. His life takes an unexpected turn after he adopts an abandoned baby boy (who was brought into the house by his daughter) and raises… View Article

Movie Analysis – Dharm

The story line of the film ‘Dharm’ follows the life of Pandit Chaturvedi, a highly respected, learned and religious Brahmin, who lives with his wife Parvathi and daughter Vedika, in Benares. His life takes an unexpected turn after he adopts an abandoned baby boy (who was brought into the house by his daughter) and raises… View Article

Untouchability in india

Untouchability is not unique to India; it was practised in parts of Europe until a few centuries ago, and Japan still has a large number of ‘untouchables’, called the burakumin. But it is in the Indian sub-continent that this system survives, closely bound with culture, religion, history and contemporary politics. Today over 170 million men,… View Article

The Southern Gothic Motif of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird

Thesis: In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the various types of outsiders and the small town of Maycomb contribute to the novel’s Southern gothic motif. All throughout the book Lee introduces us to different kinds of outsiders willing to make a change. During the Tom Robinson trial, Link Deas tells Bob… View Article

The Great Gatsby and Great Expectations: A Comparison

Since the beginning of time, society has been separated into classes; the rulers and the ruled, the rich and the poor, the nobility and the common folk. One can find examples of social caste systems in any time period. Over time, social standards have changed, but one thing has not. Those who possess wealth are… View Article

Save girl

Nearly half of India’s children are girls. However, the girl child is considered a lesser child in our society. Irrespective of class, caste and economic conditions, she is discriminated against and neglected at all the levels. This result in the denial of basic services required for her survival, welfare and development. The girl child is… View Article

Role of NCC in Nation Building

The word “culture” is rather difficult to define accurately and is as elusive as the term civilisation. Culture to the anthropologist refers to the sum total of the possessions of an identifiable group of people. The concept covers material as well as non-material things, the latter including language, rituals, beliefs, values, norms, practices, wisdom, knowledge,… View Article

Changing face of Indian villages

India is a land of villages. It is said that real India lives in villages. About seventy per cent of its population lives in villages. India is undergoing revolutionary changes. Its villages are not untouched by those changes. The changes are reflected in every walk of life. These changes have been brought by various agents…. View Article

Unit 2 Equlity, Diversity and Rights

Discriminatory practice is infringement of rights. This means that you are not respecting individual’s rights or beliefs. (Mills, 2013) There are many ways that people can discriminate against others. Discrimination can involve making a judgement on someone; whether it be for race, gender, sexuality or disability. Discrimination is an unfair act based on prejudice. Sexuality:… View Article