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  • Authors: Dinh, Thi To Uyen, d1992-;  Advisor: Cao, The Ha (2018)

  • There is no doubt that livestock industry plays an important role in the Vietnamese economy in which, agriculture sector accounts for 15.34% GDP. (General Statistical Office, 2017) The livestock industry brings great benefits for the country; however, it creates an undeniable threat of pollution affecting the health of the community and natural ecosystems. Clearly, one of the biggest problems is wastewater from farm flowing into receiving resources without being treated or handled by single, effective measures as regulated in the discharge standards. Especially swine wastewater which contains pollutants and pathogenic microorganisms, is many times higher than the emission allo...

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  • Authors: Sarkar, Soma (2019)

  • Struggle for water, in a caste-based society like India, is simultaneously a struggle for power wherein people (mostly women) negotiate the social cleavages clustering around the dynamics of water, gender and caste in their daily lives. But water, in a caste society, is not just a physical entity. Though in absolute space, water, has a boundary but at the relative and relational level, caste subjectivities and consciousness challenge these boundaries. This paper is an exploration of the “spatiality of water” in a caste society and the many registers through which water becomes both the producer and carrier of caste – its principles of discrimination, ordering of bodies vis-à-vis natur...

Browsing by Subject Water

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  • 00051000285.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Dinh, Thi To Uyen, d1992-;  Advisor: Cao, The Ha (2018)

  • There is no doubt that livestock industry plays an important role in the Vietnamese economy in which, agriculture sector accounts for 15.34% GDP. (General Statistical Office, 2017) The livestock industry brings great benefits for the country; however, it creates an undeniable threat of pollution affecting the health of the community and natural ecosystems. Clearly, one of the biggest problems is wastewater from farm flowing into receiving resources without being treated or handled by single, effective measures as regulated in the discharge standards. Especially swine wastewater which contains pollutants and pathogenic microorganisms, is many times higher than the emission allo...

  • Paper_SU15_Sarkar.pdf.jpg
  • Conference Paper


  • Authors: Sarkar, Soma (2019)

  • Struggle for water, in a caste-based society like India, is simultaneously a struggle for power wherein people (mostly women) negotiate the social cleavages clustering around the dynamics of water, gender and caste in their daily lives. But water, in a caste society, is not just a physical entity. Though in absolute space, water, has a boundary but at the relative and relational level, caste subjectivities and consciousness challenge these boundaries. This paper is an exploration of the “spatiality of water” in a caste society and the many registers through which water becomes both the producer and carrier of caste – its principles of discrimination, ordering of bodies vis-à-vis natur...