ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Youth Enterprise at the Rural-Urban Intersections

Making Ends Meet

Much of the scholarship associated with the "urban turn" in south Asia has focused on the upper middle class or the poor. This study examines social change through the lens of interstitial places and populations. In particular, it focuses on young men who find themselves "in-between" in multiple senses: between youth and adulthood, the rich and poor, and the rural and urban. This "in-betweenness" shapes how they navigate a changing economic and institutional landscape. It also shows how the forms of enterprise they engage in stitch together the rural and urban in new ways.



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