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Decentralisation in India
Politics of Social Divisions
Mobilisation and organisation
Why do we need political parties?
Reduction of inequality and Poverty
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Chapter 1 - Power-Sharing 9 Lectures
1.1 Ethnic Composition of Belgium and Sri Lanka
Meaning of the term “Power Sharing”
Ethnic composition based on language
Ethnic composition based on religion
Case study of Belgium
Case study of Sri Lanka
1.2 Majoritarianism in Sri Lanka
Sinhala sought domination through Majoritarianism
Steps taken to establish Sinhala supremacy
1.3 Accommodation in Belgium
Belgium Leaders recognized diversity to amend the constitution
Elements of the Belgian Model of accommodation
1.4 Why Power Sharing is Desirable ?
Power-sharing is desirable for 2 Reasons
1.5 Forms of Power Sharing
Forms of Power-sharing
Power-sharing among different organs of government
Power-sharing among different levels of government
Power-sharing among different social groups
Power-sharing among different political parties, pressure groups and movements
4 More Lessons
Chapter 2 - Federalism 12 Lectures
2.1 What is Federalism?
Concept of federalism
Difference between Federal and Unitary
2.2 Features of Federalism
Levels of Government
Jurisdiction of the respective levels
2.3 Types of Federalism
A detailed explanation of types of Federations
Coming together Federation
Holding together Federation
2.4 What Makes India a Federal Country (Part 1)
2.5 What Makes India a Federal Country (Part 2)
Special status to J&K (Article 370)
Special Status to Union territory
7 More Lessons
Chapter 3 - Democracy and Diversity 6 Lectures
3.1 A story from Mexico Olympics
Story of what happened in Mexico Olympics in 1968
Information about Tommie Smith, John Carlos, and Peter Norman
Explanation of the Civil rights movement
Explanation of the terms – Black power & African – American
3.2 Origins of Social Differences
How differences, similarities, and divisions are related to each other
How social differences originate on the basis of
Accident of birth
Choices we make
3.3 Overlapping and Cross Cutting Difference
Explanation of Overlapping differences
Explanation of Cross-cutting differences
3.4 Politics of Social Division
Do divisions affect politics?
How politics affects social divisions?
Range of outcomes
3.5 Three Determinants of Social Division
How people perceive their identities?
It depends on how political leaders raise the demands of any community
How the government reacts to the demands of different groups
1 More Lessons
Chapter 4 - Gender, Religion and Caste 14 Lectures
4.1 Introduction to Gender Religion and Caste
Introduction about the chapter gender, religion, and caste
4.2 Gender and Politics
Gender and politics
Problem of considering gender division as a natural and unchangeable
Sex Vs gender
Political expression of gender
4.3 Discrimination Against Women
Explanation about the discrimination against women
4.4 Women's Political Representation
Explained problems in women’s political representation with solutions
4.5 Religion, Communalism and Politics
Explained about the religion, communalism, and politics
9 More Lessons
Chapter 5 - Popular Struggles and Movements 12 Lectures
5.1 Popular Struggles and Movements - Introduction
5.2 Movements for Democracy in Nepal (Part 1)
What were the reasons due to which struggle movements take place in Nepal?
What do we mean by restoring democracy?
Story of king Birendra?
How did the movement evolve?
5.3 Movements for Democracy in Nepal (Part 2)
Who was King Gyanendra?
What were the demands that were accepted by the king?
5.4 Bolivia's Water War
Why popular struggles are an integral part to the working of democracy?
Story of Bolivia?
How did the movement evolve in Bolivia?
5.5 Democracy and Popular Struggles
What we have learned from the story of Nepal and Bolivia?
What we can conclude from the examples of Nepal and Bolivia?
7 More Lessons
Chapter 6 - Political Parties 15 Lectures
6.1 Why do we Need Political Parties
Explained why do we need political parties?
6.2 Functions of Political Parties
Functions of political parties
Political parties contest elections
Parties put forward different policies and programs
Parties play decisive role in making laws
Parties form and run government
Parties play the role of opposition
Parties shape public opinion
Access to government machinery and welfare schemes
6.3 Necessity of Political Parties
Necessity of political parties
Different opinions of society
6.4 Party System in India
How many parties should we have?
Multi party system
6.5 National Parties
Explained about national parties
10 More Lessons
Chapter 7 - Outcomes of Democracy 11 Lectures
7.1 Introduction to Outcomes Of Democracy
7.2 How Do We Assess Democracy's Outcomes
Democracy and other forms of government?
What are the advantages of democracy?
Why people prefer democracy?
7.3 Accountable, Responsive and Legitimate Government (Part 1)
What do we expect from democracy?
Why government should be accountable in a democracy?
Is the democratic government efficient?
Democratic Vs non-democratic?
Decision making in a democratic country?
7.4 Accountable, Responsive and Legitimate Government (Part 2)
What are the different issues on which the performance of democratic country rely?
7.5 Economic Growth and Development
Does democracy produce a good government?
Democracies Vs Dictatorships?
Is development guaranteed in a democracy?
Economic growth in less developed countries?
6 More Lessons
Chapter 8 - Challenges to Democracy 7 Lectures
8.1 Challenges to Democracy - Introduction
8.2 Thinking About Challenges
Variety of challenges in a democracy?
8.3 Different Context Different Challenges
Challenges faced by democracy of different countries in different contexts?