Globalisation, Development and Culture
This collection presents a panoramic view of the emergent social reality in India. Most of the contributors concentrate on social development and change, with a few expressing their concerns for sociological theory. Further essays of a different nature question the existential basis of human action, examining Nasr's philosophy on religion and nature. The book also considers the caste social class, Hindu social theory, and the issue of worker's participation in India. The book will be invaluable for both academics and the lay readers who appreciate the critical issues in modern Indian society.
Publication Date: 10/1/2012