Popular Culture in a Globalised India

@inproceedings{Gokulsing2009PopularCI,
  title={Popular Culture in a Globalised India},
  author={K. Gokulsing and W. Dissanayake},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction by K. Moti Gokulsing and Wimal Dissanayake Part One * Local Resistance to Global Bangalore-Reading Minority Indian Cinema by M. K. Raghavendra * Breaking News , Indian style: Politics, Democracy and Indian News Television by Nalin Metha * Emancipation or anchored individualism? Women and TV soaps in India by ShehinaFazal * Indian Feminisms: Issues of sexuality and representation by Geetanjali Gangoli Part Two * The Tragada Bhavaiya Contribution to the making of Hindu Identity in… Expand
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