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Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
ISSN: 0975-6795(Online), 2321-5828(Print)
UGC recognized list of journal on Dated 02-5-2018: Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (RJHSS) ( Sr. No. 10598 ); International Journal of Reviews and Research in Social Sciences ( Sr. No. 10605)
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Impact of Demographic Factors on Relationship of class Formation on Political Orientation and Polarization in Firozabad Tehsil of U.P: An Empirical Study
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Anju Agrawal1, Dr. K.C. Srivastava2
1Research Scholar, S.R.K PG Degree College Firozabad (U.P.)
2Retd. Head, Department of Sociology S.R.K PG Degree College Firozabad (U.P.)
Background and Purpose: Class formation and specific political orientation is not a new phenomenon among dalit and deprived classes. The purpose of this paper is to find out the impact of gender on the relationship of class formation and political orientation. Research Design and Methodology: The study is descriptive in nature and tries to find out the association of class formation and political orientation and the difference between the two relationships with the help demographic variables. The primary data has been collected from 330 men and women from the Firozabad tehsil. Correlation has been applied to analyze the data and find the results of the study. Results: It was found from the study that women have more polarization and class cast consciousness as compared to men. More educated people have been found less polarized towards the candidate of their own class. People with a higher age have a high cast class consciousness. However, no significant difference was found on the basis of income and marital status.
Class formation, polarization, correlation, political orientation.
Anju Agrawal, K.C. Srivastava. Impact of Demographic Factors on Relationship of class Formation on Political Orientation and Polarization in Firozabad Tehsil of U.P: An Empirical Study. Res. J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2019; 10(1): 207-211.
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