Through ethnographical cases this book examines the ways in which social groups position themselves between cultures states moralities and local state authorities creating opportunities for agency alternative spaces designate in between spaces rather than oppositional structures and are both. A comparative ethnography of alternative spaces written by j dahl published by palgrave macmillan lowest price guaranteed on bookswagoncom a comparative ethnography of alternative spaces written by j dahl published by palgrave macmillan lowest price guaranteed on bookswagoncom main menu. An introduction to alternative spaces 1 jens dahl esther fihl and birgitte schepelern johansen 1 the united nations and the indigenous space 19 jens dahl 2 the legitimacy of south indian caste councils 41 esther fihl 3 gambling is gambling creating decontextualized space at an indian racecourse 65 stine simonsen puri. Alternative spaces defined the alternative space is an analytical term that we use to designate the social space that emerges when a category of people act together in tem poral meeting places or during events sometimes located at geographical sites and sometimes only existing as virtual realities the alternative space. A comparative ethnography of alternative spaces jens dahl esther fihl many people seek in various ways to carve out a space for themselves independently of the existing social and political realities of which they continue to be a part
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