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India and the IT Revolution

Networks of Global Culture

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 1-9
  3. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 10-23
  4. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 24-38
  5. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 39-54
  6. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 55-76
  7. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 77-91
  8. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 92-107
  9. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 108-123
  10. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 124-139
  11. Anna Greenspan
    Pages 140-157
  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)

About the authors

ANNA GREENSPAN is an independent scholar working in the areas of digital culture and globalization, focusing particularly on Asia's giants, India and China. Anna currently spends her time teaching and writing in both Canada and Shanghai. She is a founding member of the Cybernetic Culture Research Unit.

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