What do you understand by Sustainable development?

What do you understand by Sustainable development? Discuss the premises and problematic of sustainable development in the context of contemporary world. Today most of the government of the worlds are in the race of development. Economic prosperity and Global GDP growth is the proof these developments. However, to ensure that this growth is maintained, development … Read more

Representation of Bihar in Bollywood Movies

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to document the representation of Bihar in the Bollywood and to investigate the impact of these movies on the audiences of Bihar as well as those belonging to other states and how they decode these kinds of movies. Moreover, the attempt is made to understand why Bollywood have … Read more

Kirana stores and its integration in the global cities in India

Question: How is the experience of living in a global city intermeshed with the local? Abstract The main objective of this study is to analyse the impact of organised retailers (supermarket/hypermarket) on the unorganised retailers (Kirana store) that deal with the segment of food and grocery in the emerging global cities of India. The contemporary … Read more

Intersectionality is important to understand woman’s oppression

Intersectionality is a theoretical and analytical framework in sociology that highlights interconnectedness, complexity, and multiple types of overlapping discrimination that an individual may face depending on their race, gender, sexuality, age, ethnicity, physical ability, class, or any other characteristics that might locate them in the minority class (2017). In context of women’s oppression, this approach … Read more

Clothing in India: A Nationalist Discourse

The concept of Nation as an imagined community was developed by Benedict Anderson in his remarkable work ‘Imagined Communities’ published in 1983. Anderson rejects the assumptions that nation is a natural or inevitable entity. He asserts that nation is a cultural construct and they have aroused a deep sentiment among the citizen of any nation. … Read more

Migration for Education and Employment: Exploring the impact of Social and Cultural Capital among Indian students

“The point of my work is to show that culture and education are not simply hobbies or minor influences. They are hugely important in the affirmation of difference between groups and social classes and in the reproduction of these differences.’’ – Pierre Bourdieu Abstract: This paper is an analysis of migration of Indian students from … Read more