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Indian media and its transformed public
Indian media has witnessed an unprecedented growth over the last two decades. This expansion does not necessarily lead to greater democratic participation for the very idea of the ‘public’ hasExpand
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Gender and advertisements: The rhetoric of globalisation
Abstract This article is about advertisements and gender images in the English print media in India, and rests on the assumption that the shift in the Indian state's economic policy in favour ofExpand
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Feminism in India
* Series Note - Rajeswari Sunder Rajan * Introduction - Maitreyee Chaudhury * 1.'Feminism': Questions from the Indian Context * Some Questions on Feminism and Its Relevance in the South Asia - KamlaExpand
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Citizens, Workers and Emblems of Culture: An Analysis of the First Plan Document on Women
L'A. envisage le fonctionnement du «National Planning Committee» cree en Inde en 1938 par le Parti du Congres. Il s'interesse plus particulierement a la commission chargee d'etudier le role desExpand
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Feminism in India : The Tale and its Telling
This paper is a sketch of feminism in India which also raises some theoretical issues. It argues that postcolonial theory fails to recognize that what counts as “marginal” in relation to the West hasExpand
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Learning through Teaching the 'Sociology of Gender'
This paper reflects on the experience of teaching a course on women and society in a sociology department over a period of seven years. This is discussed from different angles—related to sociologyExpand
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How (If at All) is Gender Relevant to Comparative Philosophy
The symposium, “How (if at all) is gender relevant to comparative philosophy,” focuses on relevance of gender as an analytic and critical tool in comparative philosophical understanding and debate.Expand
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