India and the IT Revolution

Networks of Global Culture

  • Authors
  • Anna¬†Greenspan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  2. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 1-9
  3. Anna Greenspan
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  4. Anna Greenspan
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  5. Anna Greenspan
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  6. Anna Greenspan
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  10. Anna Greenspan
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  11. Anna Greenspan
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  12. Back Matter
    Pages 158-202

About this book


The 'Indian Techie' has become a global icon, taking its place alongside McDonalds and MTV as one of the key symbols of contemporary globalization. India and the IT Revolution explores the contemporary emergence of cosmopolitan, high-tech India as marking the arrival of a truly global cyberculture. It argues against the notion that globalization is a process of 'Westernization', which radiates out unilaterally from the core, imposing itself upon a passive, backward periphery. Instead, it conceives of global culture as a dynamic, innovative network, which proceeds primarily from its edges.


culture globalization Information Technology (IT)

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