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Publications - Doron, Assa

Please contact this author at Assa.Doron@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Doron, A & Broom, A (2013). Traditional medicines, collective negotiation, and representations of risk in Indian cancer care Qualitative Health Research. Vol. 23 54-65.
  • Doron, A & Broom, A (2013). Gender and masculinities: New perspectives South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 4 167-175.
  • Nelson, B & Doron, A (2012). A churning democracy: future directions East Asia Forum Quarterly (EAFQ). Vol. 4 4-May.
  • Jeffrey, R & Doron, A (2012). Pacific Affairs Special Issue: Celling South Asia: The Mobile Phone's Impact on a Region Pacific Affairs. Vol. Vol 85, No. 3 ?.
  • Jeffrey, R & Doron, A (2012). The mobile phone in India and Nepal: Political economy, politics and society Pacific Affairs. Vol. 85 469-481.
  • Jeffrey, R & Doron, A (2012). Mobile-izing: Democracy, organization and India's first mass mobile phone elections Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 71 63-80.
  • Doron, A & Nelson, B (2012). East Asia Forum East Asia Forum. Vol. Vol. 4, No. 1 ?.
  • Doron, A & Nelson, B (2012). Ideas from India East Asia Forum Quarterly (EAFQ). Vol. 1 ?.
  • Doron, A (2012). Mobile Persons: Cell phones, Gender and the Self in North India Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 13 414-433.
  • Doron, A (2012). Consumption, technology and adaptation: Care and repair economies of mobile phones in North India Pacific Affairs. Vol. 85 563-585.
  • Broom, A, Sibbritt, D, Nayar, K et al (2012). Men's Experiences of Family, Domestic and Honour-Related Violence in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, India Asian Social Science. Vol. 8 3-Oct.
  • Jeffrey, R & Doron, A (2011). Celling India: Exploring a society's embrace of the mobile phone South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 2 397-416.
  • Doron, A (2011). Book Review: Youth, Society and Mobile Media in Asia Asian Studies Review. Vol. 35 405-407.
  • Broom, A & Doron, A (2011). The Rise of Cancer in Urban India: Cultural Understandings, Structural Inequalities and the Emergence of the Clinic Health. Vol. Online Jan-17.
  • Doron, A & Broom, A (2010). Introduction: Health and Healing in South Asia South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 1 193-198.
  • Doron, A (2010). The intoxicated poor: alcohol, morality and power among the boatmen of Banaras South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 1 282-300.
  • Doron, A (2010). Caste Away? Subaltern Engagement with the Modern Indian State Modern Asian Studies. Vol. 44 753-783.
  • Stivens, M, Doron, A & Rao, U (2009). Asian Studies Review-The Cultural politics of Disadvantage in South Asia (special issue) Asian Studies Review. Vol. 33/4 ?.
  • Doron, A & Rao, U (2009). From the edge of power: The cultural politics of disadvantage in South Asia Asian Studies Review. Vol. 33 419-428.
  • Doron, A (2009). In praise of the ordinary man: Popular media, social hierarchy and identity in a North Indian text Asian Studies Review. Vol. 33 517-533.
  • Doron, A (2009). Ferrying the Gods: Myth, performance and the Question of 'Invented Traditions' in the City of Banaras Sites. Vol. 6 58-79.
  • Broom, A, Doron, A & Tovey, P (2009). The inequalities of medical pluralism: Hierarchies of health, the politics of tradition and the economies of care in Indian oncology Social Science and Medicine. Vol. 69 698-706.
  • Doron, A & Broom, A (2008). Masculinities and Violence in India and Indonesia: Identifying Themes and Constructs for Research Journal of Health and Development. Vol. 4 209-228.
  • Doron, A (2006). The Needle and the Sword: boatmen, priests and the ritual economy of Varanasi South Asia-Journal of South Asia Studies. Vol. 29 345-367.
  • Doron, A (2005). Encountering the 'Other': Pilgrims, Tourists and Boatmen in the City of Varanasi Australian Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 16 157-178.

Books

  • Doron, A & Jeffrey, R (2013). The Great Indian Phone Book . Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
  • Doron, A (2013). Life on the Ganga: boatmen and the ritual economy of Banaras . New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India.
  • Doron, A (2008). Caste, Occupation and Politics on the Ganges: Passages of resistance . Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Book chapters

  • Doron, A (2010). The intoxicated poor: alcohol, morality and power among the boatmen of Banaras. In Assa Doron and Alex Broom (Ed.), Health, Culture and Religion in South Asia: Critical Perspectives (pp. 135-161) New Delhi India: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Doron, A & Broom, A (2010). Introduction: Health, Culture and Religion in South Asia: Critical Perspectives. In Assa Doron and Alex Broom (Ed.), Health, Culture and Religion in South Asia: Critical Perspectives (pp. Jan-14) New Delhi India: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Doron, A (2008). The moral economy of boating: Territorial clashes and internal struggles. In Assa Doron (Ed.), Caste, Occupation and Politics on the Ganges: Passages of resistance (pp. ) Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
  • Doron, A (2008). The criminal type: Domesticating the Ganges Boatmen. In Assa Doron (Ed.), Caste, Occupation and Politics on the Ganges: Passages of resistance (pp. 21-48) Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

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