January

January

 

Recent Submissions

  • Mathew, A.F. (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    How does one contextualize the question of globalization?Given the present state of the world and the existing deep economic and social crises, it is imperative that an ideological underpinning to every phenomenon is ...
  • Paul Smith (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The processes of globalization have often been described by way of the metaphor of ‘flows’—flows of people, goods, capital or ideas. Since the recent worldwide economic recession the nature, direction and vectors of those ...
  • Somnath Zutshi (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The word ‘development’ is at the same time both ‘concrete’ as well as ‘contentious’. It is subject to the historic contexts determined by prevailing ideology of the period. The attempt is to focus on the post-World War II ...
  • Zarin Ahmad (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    This article is located at the intersection of two distinct entry points—one, the development of Delhi as a global or world class city and two, the contested social location of meat in the city. Delhi is developing and is ...
  • Matt Withers, Janaka Biyanwila (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    Although certain strides have been made towards increased female participation in paid work, Sri Lanka’s labour market remains heavily segmented and offers limited sustainable economic opportunity for a majority of women. ...
  • Tattwamasi Paltasingh, Lakshmi Lingam (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The article examines the concept of ‘production’ and ‘reproduction’ within the feminist discourse. It aims at examining some of the important issues which have emerged in the debates concerning sexual division of labour ...
  • Paramita Banerjee (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    Sexegesis: the exegesis of the sex trade, or the lack of it. Logical: reasonable; explainable in terms of lived-in realities and comprehensible to the average human rationality (if there is such a phenomenon).2 Indeterminations: ...
  • Eric Saranovitz (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The vast expansion of the electronic media—and especially the rapid growth of digital media—in the last decades have brought about vast changes in the ways people interact and the spaces they inhabit. However, this article ...
  • Seema Khanwalkar (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    This article has a focus on the semiotic value of contemporary Indian art practice. It takes a fundamental position that in India, the conceptual response to contemporary art (painting and visual art) needs to be understood ...
  • Kaustubh Ray (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The early animated image under industrial production was intrinsically antirealist in nature and was informed by the dialectics of class conflict. It was the result of the exploited labouring body working alongside the ...
  • Keyoor Purani, Sunil Sahadev; Deepak S. Kumar (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The impact of globalization on academic research is undeniable. This impact is more pertinent and strongly felt in the academic field of marketing. The pattern of this impact can be easily discerned from the trends in ...
  • Aparajith Ramnath (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    Globalization accentuates the local, as seen in the increasing emphasis on ‘indigenous knowledge’ in the discourse of governments, universities and international organizations.This essay explores the categories of ‘indigenous ...

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