Political History and the Socio-Economic-Cultural- Transnational Innovation in Bangladesh

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Title Political History and the Socio-Economic-Cultural- Transnational Innovation in Bangladesh
Creator Majumdar, Ananda
Subject Bengali vs. Bangladeshi Nationalism
Cultural-Linguistic Identity
Feed for the Future
Digital Bangladesh
Two-Nation Theory
Fourth Industrial Revolution
Description Riverine country in South Asia Bangladesh has seen various incidents from the British Bengal to East Pakistan and after being an independent country in Bangladesh. Its social, economic, cultural changes affected its people from the beginning, people of East Bengal were an innocent, poor peasants Muslim Bengali majority. Because of its economic and educational disadvantage, the British have exploited through land reforms, feudal system. It was similar exploitation from West Pakistan. People of East Pakistan finally started a revolution for freedom from the exploiters and through a bloody war in 1971, East Pakistan became an independent country. Bangladesh after independence has seen poverty, unemployment, social classifications, communalism between majority Muslims and minority Hindus, it has seen a civilian and military government with  impractical policies, which provided nothing but tensions and grief. However, Bangladesh finally manages its status in the world as a future economic power by the establishment of democracy, by the implementation of various policies, such as a vision of a developed country by 2030. Its academic exchanges through various institutions like the American Institute of Bangladesh Studies (AIBS) at the University of Wisconsin helps its acceptability worldwide and recognizes its linguistic features, such as literature of Tagore and Kaji Nazrul Islam. It is an ethnographic article, which will send a message to the rest of the about Bangladesh, its social, economic, political structure, people, and its ambition to be an economic powerhouse in the 21st century, it is a message from a Bengali nation who established Bengali language as an international language to the UN. This article has completed through the reading of various books, academic articles and journals, and the research will be continuing through discussions, publications and collaboration with academic institutes.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2019-12-28
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://abc.us.org/ojs/index.php/abcra/article/view/270
Source ABC Research Alert; Vol. 7 No. 3 (2019): September-December Issue; Canada
Language eng
Relation https://abc.us.org/ojs/index.php/abcra/article/view/270/669
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Ananda Majumdar

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