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Modern Indian Culture and Society - Critical Concepts in Asian Studies (Hardback)
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Modern Indian Culture and Society - Critical Concepts in Asian Studies (Hardback)

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Hardback 1795 Pages / Published: 08/06/2009
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Research on Indian culture and society has been conducted from a dizzying range of perspectives. However, in recent decades it has been particularly characterized by a change in focus from the past to the present; from the worldview of the elites to that of the subalterns; from philosophy to everyday life; and from hierarchy to the critiques of hierarchy and the sources of equality in Indian culture.

More dramatic than the changes in the focus of research are the changes in Indian society itself. Urbanization, the liberalization and globalization of the economy, the IT revolution, the success of the global Indian diaspora, the affirmation of religious identities and reaffirmation of ancient world views, reinterpretations of history, new medias and transnational megagurus, and new political landscapes denote some of these processes.

This new title from Routledge makes sense of these changes by bringing together the very best scholarly work on India's contemporary transformation. As the world's largest democracy emerges as an economic and cultural superpower, there is a pressing need for a more sophisticated and nuanced understanding of Indian culture and society. This four-volume collection answers that need and will be welcomed as a vital one-stop research resource.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780415452199
Number of pages: 1795
Weight: 3334 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm

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