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On the frontlines of scaling-up : a qualitative analysis of implementation challenges in a CDD project in rural India (English)

This paper analyzes four years of qualitative data observing a large participatory anti-poverty project in India as it scales up from its first phase (covering 400,000 households) to its second (covering 800,000 households). ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS8039 APR 25, 2017

Majumdar,Shruti; Rao,Vijayendra; Sanyal,Paromita Disclosed

Oral democracy and women’s oratory competency in Indian village assemblies : a qualitative analysis (English)

In democracies, innovative political institutions have opened up scope for direct public participation often in the form of talk: citizens talking to the state and mutual talk among citizens on matters concerning community development. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS7416 SEP 21, 2015

Sanyal,Paromita; Rao,Vijayendra; Prabhakar,Umang Disclosed

Recasting Culture to Undo Gender : A Sociological Analysis of Jeevika in Rural Bihar, India : Recasting culture to undo gender : a sociological analysis of Jeevika in rural Bihar, India (English)

This paper brings together sociological theories of culture and gender to answer the question – how do large-scale development interventions induce cultural change? ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS7411 SEP 15, 2015

Sanyal,Paromita; Rao,Vijayendra; Majumdar,Shruti Disclosed

Recasting Culture to Undo Gender : A Sociological Analysis of Jeevika in Rural Bihar, India (English)

This paper brings together sociological theories of culture and gender to answer the question – how do large-scale development interventions induce cultural change? ... See More +

Report WPS7411 SEP 01, 2015

Majumdar,Shruti; Rao,Vijayendra; Sanyal,Paromita Disclosed

Dignity through discourse : poverty and the culture of deliberation in Indian village democracies (English)

Employing a view of culture as a communicative phenomenon involving discursive engagement, which is deeply influenced by social and economic inequalities, the authors argue that the struggle to break free of poverty is as much a cultural process as it is political and economic. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS4924 MAY 01, 2009

Rao, Vijayendra; Sanyal, Paromita Disclosed