Pradip Swarnakar

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This paper argues that periodic waves of crowding-in to 'hot' issue fields are a recurring feature of how globally networked civil society organizations operate, especially in countries of the Global South. We elaborate on this argument through a study of Indian civil society mobilization around climate change. Five key mechanisms contribute to crowding-in(More)
The aim of this paper is to identify the strength of socio-demographic factors that motivate a user to send friend request on social networks. The study is supported by a primary survey that identifies five factors of the user’s namely, age, sex, mutual friends, school and relationship status which are important in sending friend request. Fuzzy numbers are(More)
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