‘Without cleanliness we can’t lead the life, no?’ Cleanliness practices, (in)accessible infrastructures, social (im)mobility and (un)sustainable consumption in Mysore, India

@article{Jack2020WithoutCW,
  title={‘Without cleanliness we can’t lead the life, no?’ Cleanliness practices, (in)accessible infrastructures, social (im)mobility and (un)sustainable consumption in Mysore, India},
  author={Tullia Jack and Manisha Anantharaman and Alison L. Browne},
  journal={Social \& Cultural Geography},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-22}
}
As India, a country with a complex relationship with cleanliness, modernizes rapidly, urban infrastructures are increasing even faster than the growing population. This paper explores the relations... 
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