By Jenny Huberman
Jenny Huberman offers an ethnographic learn of encounters among western travelers and the youngsters who paintings as unlicensed peddlers and publications alongside the riverfront urban of Banaras, India. She examines how and why those childrens elicit such robust reactions from western travelers and locals of their group in addition to how the youngsters themselves event their paintings and render it meaningful.
Ambivalent Encounters brings jointly scholarship at the anthropology of adolescence, tourism, intake, and trade to invite why little ones turn out to be items of the foreign vacationer gaze; what position they play in representing socio-economic swap; how childrens are valued and devalued; why they elicit anxieties, fantasies, and debates; and what those vacationer encounters train us extra mostly concerning the nature of human interplay. It examines the position of gender in mediating studies of social change—girls are praised through locals for partaking constructively in the casual vacationer financial system whereas boys are accused of deviant habit. Huberman is both within the children’s and adults’ views; her personal reviews as a western customer and researcher supply an interesting access into her interpretations.
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Ambivalent Encounters: Childhood, Tourism, and Social Change in Banaras, India (Rutgers Series in Childhood Studies) by Jenny Huberman