User:Ed Du Vivier/My sandbox

From WikiEducator
Jump to: navigation, search


Last year I took part in an post-graduate course in Anthropology and Development at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. One of the books on the syllabus was James C. Scott's Domination and the Arts of Resistance[1]. His analysis is based on three categories of domination:

  • material,
  • status and
  • ideological.

Each of these gives rise to different types of resistance, which may be either

  1. public, e.g.
    1. petitions
    2. demonstrations
  2. disguised
    1. everyday forms of resistance
    2. squatting
    3. stock theft.

Chapter Heading

Section Heading

Sub-Section Heading

Paragraph A

Paragraph B