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Accumulation by SegregationMuslim Localities in Delhi$
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Ghazala Jamil

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780199470655

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199470655.001.0001

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Variable but Durable Marginalities

Variable but Durable Marginalities

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(p.69) Chapter Two Variable but Durable Marginalities
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Accumulation by Segregation
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Ghazala Jamil

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780199470655.003.0003

This chapter describes the features of Jamia Nagar, Nizamuddin, and Taj Enclave. It takes forward the narrative of how in the overall logic of city as a vehicle of capital accumulation, segregation of Muslim population in specific neighbourhoods with their contained labour or fixed assets serves a specific purpose. In this chapter, closer attention is paid to built spaces—how discrimination in housing and real estate transaction not only maintains segregation but also aids the project of capital accumulation in favour of other spaces in the city. Muslim middle-class, educated, professionals in these areas are discovered as a specific segment of workers in the neo-liberal city. This aspirational class experiences a different kind of alienation in the city. While they push the boundaries that constrain them, they realize that these are shatterproof.

Keywords:   Aspiration, middle-class Muslims, real estate, labour market segmentation, capital, housing discrimination, Jamia Nagar, Nizamuddin, Gated Enclaves, David Harvey

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