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Globalization on the ground : media and the transformation of culture, class, and gender in India / Steve Derné.

By: Derné, Steve, 1960-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Sage, 2008Description: 243 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9788178298269 (hB); 8178298260.Subject(s): Middle class -- India -- Attitudes | Middle class -- India -- Social conditions | Middle class men -- India -- AttitudesDDC classification: 305.3896220954 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Introduction -- Culture, structure and psyche : a theory of culture and its implications for understanding globalization and cultural change -- Making the transnational middle-class in India -- Cultural continuities and active resistance : globalization, the reconstitution of gender arrangements, and the making of the Indian middle class -- Changing cultural orientations -- Globalizing gender culture -- Conclusion.
Summary: A fascinating exploration of how globalization has transformed culture, class, and gender for the middles classes in India in the years since economic liberalization
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-231) and index.

Introduction -- Culture, structure and psyche : a theory of culture and its implications for understanding globalization and cultural change -- Making the transnational middle-class in India -- Cultural continuities and active resistance : globalization, the reconstitution of gender arrangements, and the making of the Indian middle class -- Changing cultural orientations -- Globalizing gender culture -- Conclusion.

A fascinating exploration of how globalization has transformed culture, class, and gender for the middles classes in India in the years since economic liberalization

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