The cultural costs of a globalized economy for India

@article{Sharma1996TheCC,
  title={The cultural costs of a globalized economy for India},
  author={Satya prakash Sharma},
  journal={Dialectical Anthropology},
  year={1996},
  volume={21},
  pages={299-316}
}
  • S. Sharma
  • Published 1 September 1996
  • Economics
  • Dialectical Anthropology
ConclusionThis article has examined the changes that have occurred in India, triggered by the liberalization and globalization of the country's economy, through which India has become an inseparable part of the world capitalist system.43 The cultural costs of the rise of the middle class, blatant consumerism, escalation in corruption, burgeoning cities with associated problems, rising contradictions between cities and villages, the rise of fundamentalism and the radically transforming cultural… 
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