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Author:
Shahadat Hossain
ISBN13:
978-1848854703
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1848854706
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I.B.Tauris (December 15, 2010)
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Politics & Government
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This paper explores the underlying reasons for this relative neglect, which include national identity and image, the political economy of urban poverty and the structuring of knowledge creation. It argues for more comprehensive policy and programmes for the urban poor given Bangladesh’s increasingly urban future and the growing magnitude of urban poverty. The impact of climate change will accelerate Bangladesh’s ongoing urbanization as well as deepen the scale and severity of urban poverty.

Shahadat Hossain show. This book will be invaluable for those working in the areas of urban studies, development studies, Asian studies, sociology and social policy studies. s that the slum communities experience the highest level of poverty and marginality in the city. They remain very much dependent on their families and social networking in their struggle to adapt to urban life. 5 people like this topic.

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Shahadat Hossain shows that the slum communities experience the highest level of poverty and marginality in the city. They remain very much dependent on their families and social networking in their struggle to adapt to urban life

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Shahadat Hossain 2011 : Urban Poverty in Bangladesh. Slum Communities, Migration and Social Integrations. Tauris (Library of Development Studies, 3). Author & abstract. Handle: RePEc:bla:ijurrs:v:36:y:2012:i:6:p:1349-1353 DOI: 1. 111/ijur.

Theorizing urban poverty and marginality - Features of urban poverty in Dhaka slums - The social life of slum communities in Dhaka City - Poor migrants and social integration into the city.

Overview of Dhaka City: its nature, growth and poverty - Migration, poverty and marginality in urban contexts - Theorizing urban poverty and marginality - Features of urban poverty in Dhaka slums - The social life of slum communities in Dhaka City - Poor migrants and social integration into the city. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Urban Poverty in Bangladesh: Slum Communities, Migration and Social Integration Shahadat Hossain. I show how studying religion and development from a gendered perspective can stop the reproduction of such patterns of inequality

Urban Poverty in Bangladesh: Slum Communities, Migration and Social Integration Shahadat Hossain. I show how studying religion and development from a gendered perspective can stop the reproduction of such patterns of inequality. Combining the approaches of the study of religion and gender produces a clearer practical picture of how religion can be used positively in development. It also increases insight into the detrimental impact religion has for those development visions that pursue social equality and human dignity.

The analysis of urban poverty has traditionally been dominated by economic approaches, often neglecting the social questions arising from poverty. This book seeks to redress the balance and is based on both quantitative and qualitative data collected from different slums in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. Shahadat Hossain shows that the slum communities experience the highest level of poverty and marginality in the city. They remain very much dependent on their families and social networking in their struggle to adapt to urban life. This book will be invaluable for those working in the areas of urban studies, development studies, Asian studies, sociology and social policy studies.