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Construction of Social Lives in Ethno-Politically Ruptured Sri Lanka
International Journal of Social Science and Humanity
At the end of the three decade old (ethnic) war, Sri Lankans are slowly but progressively moving towards reconciliation and, perhaps, to finding political solutions to many issues. This progress raises the question of how people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds collaborate when the political and social environment is still vulnerable to tensions and clashes. In order to explore this situation further, I carried out seventeen months of phenomenological research in Sri Lanka,doi:10.7763/ijssh.2014.v4.396 fatcat:ozkwg5rizva33if4ssbqvqdyhe