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How is this book helpful for young women of Any memorable experience that you hahaddw whilehile rural areas with career aspirations? writing this book? Many rural families are now keeping their girls Becoming part of the Women’s Studies program in school longer, and this book encourages at University; sharing in the colourful page 27A these families to see real benefit for themselves student and faculty life of SNDT University in supporting career development for their in ; living in again after daughters. It contributes in this way by many years, enjoying friends and colleagues; identifying the individual roles that can be played reconnecting with friendships made in by supportive fathers and mothers, even those . Being given entrée to lively students with very little education themselves. by professors who cared greatly about them. Being treated wonderfully by my interviewees. What facets of this book bring-in international Any particular advice that you would like to readership? share with young women aiming for a successful Views of women’s striving for self-identity career? through professionalism; the factors motivating For women not yet in college: Find supporters and encouraging them or setting barriers to their in your family to help argue your case to those accomplishments. who aren’t so supportive. Often it’s submissive Upward trends in women’s education, the and dutiful mothers who need a prompt from narrowing of the gender gap, and the effects a relative with a broader viewpoint. Negotiate these trends will have on world population. wisely with your family. In college, find a field The need for economic development to make that fascinates you and a mentor who cares about you. room for the talents, energies and idealism of 2016 • 212 pages • ` 595.00 newly educated women. Hardback (978-93-515-0888-5)

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Purdah To Piccadilly: The autobiography of page 26A an ordinary woman

What would Prince Charming have for occupation if he had not to awaken Sleeping Beauty?” Simone de Beauvoir stirs up quite a thought in her monumental The Second Sex. And what happens when the sleeping beauty is up? Virginia Woolf opines in A Room of One’s Own: “Anything may happen when womanhood has ceased to be a protected occupation.”

Zarina Bhatty is one such Indian Muslim society was highly feminist movements. Bhatty, in example. An ordinary life led in feudal as well as caste and gender De Beauvoir’s words, “is not born, an extraordinary way, the record discriminative, yet it had a certain but rather becomes, a woman”. of which is documented in her grace of its own.” And yet, this only recently published memoir, Purdah forms the backdrop. to Piccadilly. The octogenarian, a A coming-of-age story of former president of the -based This is a coming-of-age story successive generations of Indian Association for Women’s of successive generations of women—her mother, herself Studies (IAWS), sums up the story women—her mother, herself and for us in the Afterword: “I have tried her daughters—stepping out from and her daughters—stepping to give a glimpse of the Oudh region the bounds of the zenana, out out from the bounds of of the province of , of ignorance, out of suffocating 2016 • 218 pages • ` 595.00 , as well as my experiences of the zenana, out of ignorance, marriages, out of dependence Hardback (978-93-515-0824-3) the British society in the second half on men. The “sleeping beauty” out of suffocating marriages, of the twentieth century, when I lived now awakened, she would out of dependence on men. for nearly 10 years in London. The make sweeping strides in Sociology | 2016 / 2017


Childhood, Youth and Ageing ...... 2-3 Crime & Deviance ...... 3-5 Cultural Sociology ...... 6 Education ...... 6-7 Gender & Sexuality ...... 8 Globalization & Social Change ...... 8-9 Health & Body ...... 10 Introductory Sociology ...... 11 Media & Culture ...... 12-14 Race & Ethnicity ...... 14 Bestsellers in Sociology ...... 16-17 Research Methods & Methodology ...... 15-24 Social Theory ...... 25-26 Sport, Leisure & Tourism ...... 27 Work & Organizations ...... 28 Urban Sociology & The City ...... 29 Reference ...... 29 Index ...... 30-36 SAGE India

Sociology & Social Theory ...... 1A-7A Sociology ...... 8A Ethnic & Minority Studies ...... 8A Sociology of Religion ...... 9A-13A Cultural Studies ...... 14A-19A Film & Theatre Studies...... 20A-23A Sociology of Gender ...... 23A-29A Sociology of Health ...... 30A Media & Communication Studies ...... 31A-36A Advertising ...... 37A Social Work ...... 37A-38A SAGE ...... 39A SAGE Classics ...... 40A-41A ...... 42A-50A Philosophy ...... 51A Political Sociology ...... 52A Peace & Conflict Studies ...... 53A-57A Environmental Studies ...... 58A-60A Urban Studies ...... 61A-64A Childhood, Youth & Ageing

SOCIOLOGY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD Critical Perspectives Norman Gabriel University of Plymouth Towards a Sociology of Early Childhood is a theoretically and historically grounded examination of young children's experiences in contemporary society. Asserting that a sociology of early childhood must bring together and integrate different disciplines, the book: • synthesizes different sociological perspectives on childhood • incorporates multi-disciplinary research findings on the lives of AGE STUDIESDIES young children A Sociologicalcal Examination of How • explains key theoretical concepts such as investment, early intervention, professional power and discourse we Age through the Life Course • examines the importance of play, memory and place Susan Pickard University of Liverpool • evaluates long-term parenting trends • uses illustrative examples and case studies, discussion questions and With great rigour, yet an enviable lightness of touch, Susan annotated further reading to engage and stimulate readers. Pickard has written an engaging and accessible book that Invigorating and thought provoking, Towards a Sociology of Early students will love Childhood is an invaluable read for advanced undergraduates and postgraduate students looking for a more nuanced and progressive - Rosalind Gill, City University London understanding of childhood. A scholarly tour-de-force that brings into focus the various CONTENTS disciplines, , literatures and knowledge that have Historical and Sociological Perspectives on Childhood / Towards a Sociology of Early transformed us into modern subjects of age Childhood / Growing Up Beside You – Social Habitus in Early Childhood / Young Children's Play / Civilizing Young Children – Long-Term Parenting Trends / New Media Technologies - Stephen Katz, Trent University and the Sexualisation of Childhood

2017 • 152 pages Age Studies takes an invigorating approach to the study of age and Hardback (9781446272985) • £75.00 ageing in contemporary society. Encompassing ageing throughout the Paperback (9781446272992) • £24.99 life course, taking in childhood, adolescence, mid-life and older age, and situated explicitly within a sociological disciplinary framework, Age Studies: • explores current debates on the study of ageing linking these to core sociological concepts CHILDHOODCHILDHOO IN SOCIETY • links theory and application, using a variety of examples and international case studies FOR THE EARLY YEARS • includes chapter summaries, further reading and guided questions. A thought-provoking companion to advanced undergraduates and Third Edition postgraduate students studying ageing, older people, social gerontology Rory McDowall Clark University and related courses. of Worcester CONTENTS An introduction to the study of childhood and Age Studies: What Is It and Why Do We Need It? / Class Stratification and Age / Gender the different contexts within which it exists; it Studies as a Paradigm for Age Studies / Constructing and Deconstructing Ages and Stages of the Life Course / Identity and Age / Age and Embodiment / Sexuality Through the Life will enable students to understand childhood Course / Health, Illness and Normality Through the Life Course / Representing Ages and in relation to society and develop the skills to Stages / Ages and Generations in Interaction / Telling our Own Stories: Developing Age look at childhood from a critical standpoint. Consciousness and Authentic Age Identities / Concluding Thoughts

2016 • 176 pages 2016 • 312 pages Hardback (9781473944541) • £65.00 Hardback (9781446287361) • £75.00 Paperback (9781473944558) • £19.99 Paperback (9781446287378) • £25.99

2 Childhood, Youth & Ageing / Crime & Deviance

THE SOCIOLOGY OF INTRODUCTIONINTRODUC TO CHILDREN, CHILDHOOD CRIMINOLOGY AND GENERATION Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior Madeleine Leonard Queen's University Belfast Ninth Edition Outlining sociology's contribution to Frank E Hagan Mercyhurst College childhood studies and our understanding of contemporary children and childhood, Focusing on the vital core of criminological this book provides a thought-provoking and theory - theory, method and criminal comprehensive account of the connections behaviour - with more attention to crime between the macro worlds of childhood and the micro worlds of typologies than most introductory texts, this book investigates all forms children's everyday lives. of criminal activity, such as organized crime, white-collar crime, political crime and environmental crime. The methods of operation, the effects Examining children's involvement in areas such as the labour market, on society and policy decisions, and the connection between theory family life, education and leisure, it balances understanding childhood and criminal behaviour are all explained in a clear, accessible manner. as a structural phenomenon, and recognizing children as meaning makers involved in constructing, co-constructing and reconstructing This Ninth Edition has updated coverage of terrorism and their everyday lives. counter-terrorism efforts, as well as new coverage of emerging criminological methods, such as ethnographies. All statistics, tables Through the concept of 'generagency', Madeleine Leonard offers a and figures have been updated, as have the photographs, supplements, model for examining how structure and agency are activated within and audio and video packages in the new edition to make the material interdependent relationships influenced by generational positioning. most relevant for courses. This framework provides a conceptual tool for thinking about the continuities, challenges and changes that impact on how childhood is CONTENTS lived and experienced. Part I: The Foundations of Criminology / Introduction / Research Methods in Criminology / General Characteristics of Crime and Criminals / What Is Victimology? / Part II: Theories CONTENTS of Criminology / Early and Classical Criminological Theories / Biological and Psychological Introduction / Becoming and Being - Developments in the Sociology of Childhood / Macro Theories / Sociological Mainstream Theories / Sociological Critical Theories and Integrated Childhoods - Prioritizing Structure / Micro Childhoods - Prioritizing Agency / From Rights to Theories / Part III: Crime Typologies / Violent Crime / Property Crime: Occasional, Citizenship - Transformations and Constraints / Bridging Structure and Agency - Bringing Conventional, and Professional / White-Collar Crime: Occupational and Corporate / in Inter-generagency and Intra-generagency / Conclusion - Blurred Boundaries Political Crime and Terrorism / Organized Crime / Public Order Crime / Cybercrime and the Future of Crime 2015 • 184 pages 2016 • 488 pages Hardback (9781446259238) • £75.00 Paperback & Interactive eBook Paperback (9781446259245) • £24.99 (9781483389172) • $121.00

CRAYONS AND IPADS ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR Debra Harwood Brock University A multi-national perspective of Crayons and iPads examines the use of the everyday to the extreme digital technology in the early stages of child development and the way in which learning Cate Curtis University of Waikato techniques have evolved in classrooms Cate Curtis seeks to disrupt assumptions across the world. about anti-social behaviour by bringing Taking the position that tablets provide an together a host of key concepts and accessible learning and instructional tool, theories applicable to the field. Going Debra Harwood explores how tablets can be beyond individualized discussions, the book used to provoke, ignite and excite children's explores broader concepts such as the social interest in the world around them, arguing that construction of 'anti-social behaviour', 'risk' it is through this engagement with technology that new discoveries are and 'resilience', and the social contents and influences under which made and learning takes place. these are most likely to occur. Guiding readers through research-based insights into children's thinking, interactions and being, Crayons and iPads offers an important starting CONTENTS point upon which to build play and inquiry-based learning opportunities Perceptions and Concepts: Constructing Anti-Social Behaviour / The Politics of Anti- within early learning programs. Social Behaviour: Policies and Values / Ordinary Anti-Social Behaviour: Everyday Hassles / Anti-Social Behaviour as a Social Activity: Group Processes / New Technology, New Media: Transmitting New Behaviour? / Prevention, Intervention and Punishment: Risk, CONTENTS Resilience and Recovery The Digital Worlds of Young Children - Debra Harwood / Home-to-School Digital Divides - Laura Lane / Multimodalities: The 100 Plus Languages of Young Children - Jennifer SAGE SWIFTS Roswell / Tablets as Innovational Tool and the 3rd Environment - Kari-Lynn Winters & Leslie Memme / Playing Across the Concrete and Digital Realms - Mira Bajovic / Digital, 2016 • 120 pages Participatory, and the Critical Spaces - Kari-Lynn Winters / It's an App, App, App, App Hardback (9781473915770) • £45.00 World - Dane Marco Di Cesare / 'Here Teacher Let Me Show You How the Tablet Works': Young Children as Teachers - Katelyn Scott & Debra Harwood / Empowering Children as Readers and Writers - Vera Woloshyn & Laura Lane / Tablets and Outdoor Learning - Elizabeth McArthur, Candace Mersereau, Sherry Rose & Pam Whitty / Rethinking Early Years Pedagogies: A Conclusion - Debra Harwood

SAGE SWIFTS 2016 • 120 pages Hardback (9781473915992) • £45.00

3 Crime & Deviance

VICTIMS,VICTIMS CRIME AN INTRODUCTION AND SOCIETY TO LIFE-COURSE An Introduction CRIMINOLOGY Second Edition Christoffer Carlsson and Edited by Pamela Davies, Peter Jerzy Sarnecki both at Francis both at Northumbria University Stockholm University and Chris Greer City University London This is an excellent introduction to a topic Praise for the previous edition: of central importance for criminologists. It has the merit of being very clearly written, This book achieves the rare feat of helping and the authors cover a wide range of its readers without patronising them. The aids to the reader materials – theories and data; European and American research; - tables, boxes, glossaries, questions and suggestions for quantitative and qualitative studies. Throughout, they provide further reading - will prove genuinely helpful to students and helpful examples from their work on the Stockholm Life-Course their teachers, but they appear within a text that is theoretically Project. Highly recommended informed as well as comprehensive and up-to-date in its coverage - Sir Anthony Bottoms, Emeritus Wolfson Professor - Professor David Smith, University of Lancaster of Criminology, Providing a thorough account of victimization across the social spectrum Most people engage in crime at some point in their lives, but why does of class, race, age and gender, this Second Edition has been fully almost everybody stop soon after? And, why do a small number of revised and expanded, with two parts now spanning the key perspectives offenders persist in crime? These two questions constitute the core of and issues in victimology. the field often known as life-course criminology. Covering theoretical, social and political contexts, the book: This book covers the dominant theories and methodologies in the field • includes new chapters on defining and constructing victims, fear and equips students with all they need to succeed in their studies on and vulnerability, sexuality, white-collar crime and the implications of the subject. The book: crime policy on victims • discusses the methodologies of life-course and longitudinal research • examines a global range of historical and theoretical perspectives in victimology and features a new chapter on researching victims of crime • explains and critiques the major theories of life-course criminology • reinforces learning through critical thinking sections, future research • considers the issues of risk, prediction, onset, persistence and suggestions, chapter summaries and a glossary of key terms desistance of criminal activity • now includes a companion website, complete with links to relevant • draws on research from studies in , the UK, US and , journal articles in victimology. including the Stockholm Life-Course Project. CONTENTS CONTENTS Part I: Key Perspectives in Victimology / Defining Victims and Victimization / Constructing Life-Course Criminology: An Introduction / Criminological Theories and Criminal Careers Victims and Victimization / Fear, Vulnerability and Victimization / Historical Perspectives in / Life-Course Theories of Crime and Deviance / The Methodologies of Life-Course Victimology / Theoretical Perspectives in Victimology / Research Perspectives in Victimology Criminology / Risk and Prediction of Criminal Careers / Onset of Crime / Continuity in / Global Perspectives in Victimology / Part II: Key Issues in Victimology / Gender, Victims Offending: Persistence / Desistance from Crime / Looking Back; Looking Forward and Crime / Young People, Victims and Crime / Older People, Victims and Crime / Social 2016 • 184 pages Exclusion, Victims and Crime / Victims of White-Collar Crime / Race, Religion, Victims and Crime / Sexuality, Victims and Crime / Victims of the Powerful / Victims and Crime Policy Hardback (9781446275900) • £75.00 Paperback (9781446275917) • £24.99 2016 • 400 pages Hardback (9781446255902) • £90.00 Paperback (9781446255919) • £29.99

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4 Crime & Deviance

GENDER AAND CRIME AN INTRODUCTION TO A Human Rights Approach GREEN CRIMINOLOGY Second Edition AND ENVIRONMENTAL Marisa Silvestri Kingston University and Chris Crowther-Dowey Nottingham JUSTICE Trent University Angus Nurse Middlesex University This book is a comprehensive and critical introduction to the field of gender and crime, Nurse covers the main issues in green re-thinking the key themes and debates criminology in a well-written and brief within a human rights framework. introductory chapter. He then continues Integrating empirical, theoretical and policy- to address a number of varied but related material, this Second Edition has been significantly updated, extremely interesting and pertinent issues that I think will greatly and now includes: interest students, as well as those working in regulatory and policy areas, academics, or indeed readers in general... A very • full consideration of the 2010-2015 Coalition Government and its effect highly recommended text on gender and crime within England and Wales • a new chapter relating criminological theory to gender and crime - Melissa Deary, Senior Lecturer in • a new chapter discussing the history of gender and crime Criminology, • a new chapter analyzing contemporary issues in gender and crime in a globalized world A comprehensive introduction to green criminology, this book is a • fully updated learning features such as: chapter overviews; key words, discussion of the relationship between mainstream criminal justice and study questions; chapter summaries; key further readings and a glossary. green crimes. Focused on environmental harm within the context of criminal justice, this book takes a global perspective and: CONTENTS Part I: Gender & Crime in Context / Theorizing Gender and Crime / Gender, Crime and • introduces students to different theoretical perspectives in History / Contemporary Issues in Gender and Crime in a Globalized World / Part II: Out green criminology of Control / Women as Offenders / Men as Offenders / Part III: In Need of Care / Women • looks at the victims of environmental crime throughout as Victims / Men as Victims / Part IV: In Control / Gender and Criminal Justice Workers / The Criminal Justice System: A Gendered Site • covers topics such as: wildlife crimes; animal abuse; the causes of environmental crime; regulation; exploitation; ecological terrorism; KEY APPROACHES TO CRIMINOLOGY policing; prosecution and monitoring. 2016 • 368 pages Helping readers develop a thorough understanding of the principles of Hardback (9781473902183) • £85.00 environmental justice and green criminology as well as contemporary Paperback (9781473902190) • £27.99 developments, this book will be excellent support to students of green criminology. CONTENTS Part I: Introduction and Theory / An Introduction to Green Criminological Theories / Species Justice: Animal Rights, Animal Abuse and Violence Towards Humans / The Causes TRANSNATIONAL CRIME of Environmental Crime and Criminality / Part II: Environmental Crime as Global Crime / The Future Protection of Wildlife: Resolving Wildlife Crime and Illegal Wildlife Trafficking AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE / Regulating Environmental Harm: Environmental Crime and Governance / The Criminal Exploitation of Natural Resources / Climate Change and Environmental Damage / Part Marinella Marmo and Nerida Chazal III: Policing, Prosecution and Monitoring Environmental Crime / The Green Movement: Flinders University NGOs and Environmental Justice / Investigating Environmental Crime / Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice and Environmental Courts

The scholarship deployed in this book is 2016 • 240 pages precise, well researched and the writing Hardback (9781473908093) • £75.00 style is excellent. In my opinion this text Paperback (9781473908109) • £26.99 provides a notable contribution to teaching in this area and is also of relevance to scholars and policy makers operating in the policing and criminal justice fields - Brian Payne, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Gloucestershire Providing readers with a wide-ranging introduction to key international issues in crime and its control, this book covers all essential theories and clearly explains their relevance to the world today. Going beyond just looking at organized crime, the book covers a range of topics including human rights, terrorism, trafficking, cybercrime, environmental crime and international law. CONTENTS Globalization and Mobility / Risk, Networks, and Cyberspace / The Creation and Circulation of Justice Norms / Global Mobility Markets: The Migration of the 'Body' and its Exploitation / Organized Crime: Threat and Response in the Global Era / Terrorism in a Networked World / Crimes against the Environment / State Crime, Human Rights, and Crimes of Globalization / Towards a Global Criminal Justice?

2016 • 240 pages Hardback (9781412919241) • £70.00 Paperback (9781412919258) • £23.99

5 Cultural Sociology / Education

THE UNMANAGEABLE THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF CONSUMER CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY Third Edition Edited by David Inglis University of Exeter and Anna-Mari Almila University Yiannis Gabriel University of Bath and of the Arts, London Tim Lang City University Cultural sociology - or the sociology of Western-style consumerism is often culture - has grown from a minority interest presented as unstoppable, yet its costs in the 1970s to become one of the largest mount and its grip on consumer reality and most vibrant areas within sociology weakens. In this completely rewritten edition, globally. In The SAGE Handbook of Gabriel and Lang restate their thesis that Cultural Sociology, a global range of consumerism is more fragile and unmanageable than is assumed. experts explore the theory, methodology and innovations that make up This 20th Anniversary edition of The Unmanageable Consumer this ever-expanding field. continues to explore 10 different consumer models, and encourages The handbook's 43 original chapters have been organized into seven analysis of contemporary consumerism. It looks at the spread of thematic sections: consumerism to developing countries like India and and • Schools of Thought • Culture and Society considers the effects of demographic changes and migration, pointing to new features such as consumers taking on unwaged work. This • Methodological Approaches • Culture and Politics new edition also touches on contemporary topics, including the • Disciplinarity • Arts and Aesthetics consumption movement on social media, the occupy movement, and and Interdisciplinarity • Culture and Consumption the horsemeat scandal. Both comprehensive and current, The SAGE Handbook of Cultural CONTENTS Sociology will be an essential reference tool for both advanced students and scholars. The Emergence of Contemporary Consumerism / The Consumer as Chooser / The Consumer as Communicator / The Consumer as Explorer / The Consumer as Identity- CONTENTS Seeker / The Consumer as Hedonist / The Consumer as Victim / The Consumer as Rebel Part I: Schools of Thought / Marxist Cultural Sociology / Max Weber's Presences: On the / The Consumer as Activist / The Consumer as Citizen / The Consumer as Worker / The Cultural Sociology of the Long-Term / The Cultural Sociology of Alfred Weber and Karl Unmanageable Consumer Mannheim / Durkheimian and Neo-Durkheimian Cultural Sociologies / A Qualitative Theory 2015 • 280 pages of Culture: Georg Simmel and Cultural Sociology / Bourdieu's Sociology of Culture: On the Economy of Symbolic Goods / Symbolic Interactionism's Contribution to the Study Hardback (9781446298510) • £100.00 of Culture / Cognition and Cultural Sociology: The Inside and Outside of Thought / Actor Paperback (9781446298527) • £34.99 Network Theory and Its Cultural Developments / Neoinstitutionalist Sociology / The Cultural Worth of 'Economies of Worth': French Pragmatic Sociology from a Cultural Sociological Perspective / Systems Theory and Culture: Drawing Lessons from Parsons and Luhmann / The 'Production of Culture Perspective' in Perspective / Cultural Historical Sociology / Part II: Methodological Approaches / Quantitative Analysis in Cultural Sociology: Why It Should be Done, How It Can Be Done / Qualitative Cultural Sociology / Multiple Correspondence Analysis / Hermeneutics and Cultural Sociology / Social Network Analysis / Ethnography and SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY the Sociology of Culture / Part III: Disciplinarity & Interdisciplinarity / Sociology and Cultural Studies: A Close and Fraught Relationship / Extractive Seeing: Visual Culture Studies and Cultural Sociology / Queering Gender, Art and Culture in the Age of Media Convergence / OF EMOTION Part IV: Culture & Society / Symbolic Boundaries / Cultural Sociology of Religion and Beliefs / Everyday Life: Past, Present and Possible / 'Turn Turn Turn!' Musicalizing Cultural Sociology Darren Ellis and Ian Tucker University with the 'in Action' Perspective / Part V: Culture & Politics / Cultural Citizenship / Dimensions of East London of Culture in Social Movement Research / Cultural Nationalism / Cultural Sociology of News Media / Cultural Memory / Part VI: Arts & Aesthetics / (Cultural) Sociologies of Architecture? Analyzes the historical, philosophical, / For a Sociology of the Cinema / Witnessing Culture: Museums, Exhibitions and the Artistic psychological, biological, sociological, post- Encounter / Cultural Sociology of Fashion: On the Sartorial, Symbolic and Social / Popular Music and Cultural Sociology / Iconicity / The Cultural Sociology of Markets / Part VII: structural and technological perspectives Culture & Consumption / A Sociological Introduction to Cultures and Consumption / Cultural of emotion that are important for a viable Sociology: Brands / Cultural Sociology of Ethical Consumption social psychology of emotion. Of interest to 2016 • 636 pages upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate Hardback (9781446271971) • £110.00 students of psychosocial studies, the individual and society, and courses dealing with affect and emotion across the social sciences. 2014 • 216 pages Hardback (9781446254783) • £79.00 Paperback (9781446254790) • £25.99 RANK HYPOCRISIES The Insult of the REF Derek Sayer Lancaster University A must-read for all academics working in BRANDS AND BRANDING higher education today. In this scathing account, he not only criticizes the REF for Stephen Brown University of Ulster discouraging innovation and harming staff Brands surround us every day of our lives, from Boots to Bieber. This morale, but also questions the REF's claim fun, humorous introductory book helps readers to begin to make sense to provide 'expert review of the outputs' - the of brands, what they are, what they do, why and how, through theory very heart of its legitimacy. made enjoyable and plenty of current examples. SAGE SWIFTS 2016 • 296 pages 2014 • 128 pages Hardback (9781473919518) • £75.00 Hardback (9781473906563) • £46.99 Paperback (9781473919525) • £24.99

6 Education

THE ACADEMIC CAESAR University Leadership is Hard THE SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION Steve Fuller University of Warwick Tomas Boronski and Nasima Hassan University of East London Aimed directly at those who aspire to be university leaders in these turbulent times, This contemporary textbook explains the basic principles of sociology and written as an academic counterpart to in an accessible manner and relates these concepts to today's society Machiavelli's The Prince, The Academic and education system in order to deepen students' understanding of Caesar explores four themes that are central how these issues affect our lives and the world we live in. Throughout to the contemporary university: its Caesar- each chapter, thinking points and links to important literature encourage leaders, its , its disciplines, students to think critically and to develop a 'sociological imagination'. and whether academics have a future Coverage includes: in universities. • the wider political and economic context for education in the UK, Drawing on a wealth of experience writing about the social epistemology including an analysis of the reforms of the 2010 coalition government of higher education, Steve Fuller makes a witty, robust and provocative • the role of education in a multicultural society contribution to the ongoing debate about where the university has • how the curriculum can influence national identity come from and where it is going. The Academic Caesar will prove a fascinating read for those seeking new insights into the current crisis • inequalities in educational opportunity in terms of class, gender, in higher education as well as researchers and academics interested in ethnicity and disability. the sociology of leadership. CONTENTS Sociology and Education Studies / Early Sociology of Education / Developments in CONTENTS Sociology of Education / Critical and Radical Pedagogies / Differential Educational Introduction: The Neo-Liberal Moment in Higher Education / University Leadership Attainment and the Debate about Intelligence / Multiculturalism, 'Race' and Power / in the Twenty-First Century: The Case for Academic Caesarism / Peer Review: Key Re-Imagining Gender Roles / Inclusion, Disability and Special Educational Needs / The to Knowledge as a Public Good the Academic Guild's Last Stand? / Macroeconomic Social Construction of Childhood / Education Policy / Young People and Pupil Voice / Knowledge Policy for Academic Caesars and their Would Be Regulators / Postscript: Transformations The Proactionary University

2015 • 264 pages SAGE SWIFTS Hardback (9781446272886) • £65.00 2016 • 184 pages Paperback (9781446272893) • £22.99 Hardback (9781473961784) • £45.00

Understanding the Value of Social Science in Today’s World BIG IDEAS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE David Edmonds BBC World and Nigel Warburton The Open University Are human beings less violent than before? Why do we adopt certain moral and political judgements? Why is the gap between rich and poor getting bigger? How do we decide which criminal policies are effective? EXAGGERATED CLAIMS? What is the Population Challenge for the 21st Century? What is social The ESRC, 50 Years On science? David Walker In Big Ideas in Social Science, David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton put these and more of our society's burning questions to 18 of the world’s What is the role of the state in distributing research money? How do leading social scientists including Steven Pinker, Ann Oakley, Lawrence 'arm's-length' funding agencies relate to public policy and business? Sherman, Kate Pickett, Robert J Shiller and Doreen Massey. This original study looks at the main social science funding agency in The interviews for this book are based on the Social Science the UK, which was established 50 years ago. It examines how funding Bites series of podcasts, which can be freely accessed at www. decisions are related to power. Walker asks the tricky question, why has socialsciencespace.com, and subscribed to via iTunes. Social social science research not achieved a more salient role in state policy Science Bites was inspired by the popular Philosophy Bites podcast formation and management strategy: is the funding agency responsible? (www.philosophybites.com), which was founded by David and Nigel Insightful, engrossing and highly original, the book will be required in 2007 and has so far had 26 million downloads. reading for anyone who has written or will write a social science research bid and, more widely, for students of power, knowledge and culture. 2015 • 184 pages Hardback (9781473913790) • £50.00 2015 • 128 pages Paperback (9781473913806) • £12.99 Hardback (9781473942233) • £45.00

7 Gender & Sexuality / Globalization & Social Change

RACE, GENDER, KEY CONCEPTS CONC IN GENDER STUDIES SEXUALITY, AND Second Edition SOCIAL CLASS Jane Pilcher University of Leicester and Imelda Whelehan Dimensions of Inequality and The new edition of Key Concepts in Gender Studies is a lively and engaging introduction to the dynamic field of gender studies. Identity Thoroughly revised throughout, the Second Edition benefits from the Second Edition addition of nine new concepts including Gender Social Movements, Intersectionality and Mainstreaming. Edited by Susan J Ferguson Grinnell College Each of the entries: • begins with a concise definition A new edition of this eye-opening exploration of how social statuses • outlines the history of each term and the debates surrounding it intersect to shape our identities and produce inequalities. The anthology is organized around broad topics (identity, power and privilege, social • includes illustrations of how the concept has been applied within institutions, etc), rather than categories of difference to emphasize the the field point that race, class, gender and sexuality do not exist in isolation. • offers examples which allow a critical re-evaluation of the concept • is cross-referenced with the other key concepts 2016 • 656 pages Paperback (9781483374956) • $73.00 • provides guidance on further reading. Key Concepts in Gender Studies reflects the complex and multi-faceted character of the field in a way that is accessible and appealing to undergraduate and postgraduate students in a range of social science and humanities disciplines. THE KALEIDOSCOPE KALE SAGE KEY CONCEPTS SERIES 2016 • 208 pages OF GENDER Hardback (9781446260289) • £65.00 Paperback (9781446260296) • £21.99 Prisms, Patterns, and Possibilities Fifth Edition Edited by Joan Z Spade The College THE SAGE HANDBOOK at Brockport, State University of New York and Catherine G Valentine OF RESISTANCE Nazareth College Edited by David Courpasson Emlyon This provocative anthology provides comprehensive discussion and Business School and Steven Vallas analysis of the critical theories, research findings, and applications Northeastern University in gender studies. The collection explains how the complex, evolving patterns of gender are created and changed by people as they interact Occupy, Indignados, The Tea Party, The at individual, group and institutional levels of life. Arab Spring and Anonymous - these and other terms have become part of an 2016 • 688 pages emerging lexicon in recent years, signalling Paperback (9781483379487) • $85.00 an important development that has gripped many parts of the world. However, resistance and its conceptual 'companions', protest, contestation, opposition, disobedience and mobilization, all seem to be still mostly seen in public and private discourses as illegitimate and problematic forms of action. MEN OF THE WORLD The SAGE Handbook of Resistance offers theoretical essays enabling readers to forge their own perspectives of what is resistance, Genders, Globalizations, and emphasizes the empirical and experiential dimension of resistance Transnational Times - making strong choices in terms of how contemporary topics related to resistance help to rethink our societies as 'protest societies'. Jeff Hearn Örebro University, Hanken School of Economics, and University CONTENTS of Huddersfield Part I: Foundations / Globalization, Resistance, and Social Transformation / Emerging Subjectivity in Protest / The Complexities and Contradictions of Resistance: A Critical Intersectional Perspective / The Grand Refusal?: Struggling with Alternative Foucauldian- A fascinating book. 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8 Globalization & Social Change

HYBRID POLITICS WAYS OF SOCIAL CHANGE Participation and Communication Making Sense of Modern Times Practices Second Edition Laura Iannelli University of Sassari Garth Massey University of Wyoming Hybrid Politics examines the complex and intersected logics, platforms, practices, and Explores the forces that influence the contents of contemporary communication direction, scope and speed of social change: processes, by exploring their potential science and technology, social movements, and practical implications in terms of war and revolution, large corporations, and political participation. the state. A concluding chapter encourages students to examine their own perspectives The book explores the 'hybridity' of politics and and offers ways to engage in social change. its relationship with the world of mass communication, with specific focus on the challenges created by the relationship between social media, 2015 • 416 pages broadcast media, and physical places of communication. Paperback (9781506306629) • $59.00 Building upon renowned global research, original case studies, and illustrating materials, the book proposes an innovative and challenging analytic strategy to describe, understand, and problematize the contemporary complexity of political participation and communication. CONTENTS KEY CONCEPTS Political Participation and Communication / Hybrid Participatory Politics and Communication / Connected Audiences of TV Politics / Tactical Activism between Popular IN MIGRATION Culture and the Web / Participatory Art in Hybrid Public Spaces David Bartram University of Leicester, SAGE SWIFTS Maritsa V Poros The City College Of New York, City University of New 2016 • 144 pages York and Pierre Monforte University Hardback (9781473915787) • £45.00 of Leicester Demonstrates that the study of international migration has really come of age. From acculturation to undocumented immigration, the authors consider more DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPM AND than three dozen concepts at the heart of migration studies... a SOCIAL CHANGE valuable resource for students and scholars alike - Nancy Foner, City University of New York A Global Perspective Sixth Edition SAGE KEY CONCEPTS SERIES 2014 • 184 pages Philip McMichael Cornell University Hardback (9780857020789) • £68.00 Paperback (9780857020796) • £21.99 Philip McMichael describes a world undergoing profound social, political, and economic transformations, from the post- World War II era through the present. He tells a story of development in four parts - colonialism, developmentalism, globalization, and sustainability - that shows how the global development THE POLITPOLITICS OF "project" has taken different forms from one historical period to the next. Throughout the text, the underlying conceptual framework is that MIGRATION AND development is a political construct, created by dominant actors (states, multilateral institutions, corporations and economic coalitions) and IMMIGRATION IN EUROPE based on unequal power arrangements. While rooted in ideas about Second Edition progress and prosperity, development also produces crises that threaten the health and well-being of millions of people, and sparks organized Andrew Geddes University of resistance to its goals and policies. Frequent case studies make the Sheffield and Peter Scholten Erasmus intricacies of globalization concrete, meaningful and clear. University Rotterdam Development and Social Change challenges us to see ourselves as This Second Edition has been completely global citizens even as we are global consumers. updated to cover recent events and issues CONTENTS including the Syrian refugee crisis, the Paris terror attacks, the rise of Development: Theory and Reality / Part I: The Development Project (Late 1940s to Early right-wing political parties, and the Shengen agreement, thus continuing 1970s) / Instituting the Development Project / The Development Project: International to provide readers with a timely and significant resource. Framework / Globalizing Developments / Part II: The Globalization Project (1980s to 2016 • 288 pages 2000s) / Instituting the Globalization Project / The Globalization Project in Practice / Global Countermovements / Part III: Millennial Reckonings (2000s to Present) / The Globalization Hardback (9781849204675) • £75.00 Project in Crisis / Sustainable Development? / Rethinking Development Paperback (9781849204682) • £26.99

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9 Health & Body

UNDERSTANDINGUNDERSTA THE AN INTRODUCTION INTRO TO THE SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS An Introduction Third Edition Fourth Edition Kevin White Australian National University, Anne-Marie Barry Baccus The bestselling An Introduction to the Sociology of Health and Consulting and Chris Yuill Robert Illness has long been the go-to text for students looking for a clear, Gordon University engaging and theoretically informed introduction to this dynamic topic. Written with a truly sociological and critical perspective, and thoroughly Now in its Fourth Edition, Understanding updated to include the latest cutting-edge thinking in the area, the new the Sociology of Health, continues to edition is packed with new empirical examples. offer an easy-to-read introduction to sociological theories essential to understand the current health climate. Up-to-date with key policy Incorporating helpful learning features including chapter overviews, and research, and including case studies and exercises to critically boxed cases, summaries and further reading, An Introduction to the engage the reader, this book shows how sociology can answer complex Sociology of Health and Illness is a stimulating and thought-provoking questions about health and illness, such as why health inequalities exist. essential text for students in health, nursing and sociology schools. The Fourth Edition includes: 2016 • 240 pages • a more global perspective with international examples Hardback (9781473982079) • £85.00 Paperback (9781473982086) • £27.99 • a new chapter on health technologies • an updated website with videos of the author discussing key topics and MCQs • a glossary, key concepts, chapter summaries and reflective questions. Though aimed primarily at students on health and social care courses and professions allied to medicine, this textbook provides valuable DISABILITYDISABILIT STUDIES insights for anyone interested in the social aspects of health. An Interdisciplinary Introduction CONTENTS Second Edition Part I: Theories, Perspectives and Concepts / Sociological Theory / Concepts of Health and Medicine / Medical Power and Knowledge and Challenging Medical Dominance / A Dan Goodley University of Sheffield Brief History of Health and Healing / Global Health and Wellbeing / Part II: Key Themes / Class and Health / Gender and Health / Ethnicity and health / Mental Health / Sexualities Passionate, engaging and challenging, this Second Edition of the and Health / Sociology of the Body: Chronic Illness and Disability / Health, Ageing and ground-breaking Disability Studies is a contemporary introduction the Life Course / Part III: Contexts / Place of Care / Health Care in Context / Sport, Health Exercise and Wellbeing / Death and Dying / Medical Technologies to this diverse and complex field. Taking an interdisciplinary and critical approach, the book: 2016 • 400 pages Hardback (9781473929449) • £75.00 • examines a diverse range of theories and perspectives, engaging with Paperback (9781473929456) • £26.99 current debates in the field • explores key areas of analysis, with chapters devoted to the individual, society, community and education • applies a global perspective encompassing examples from the UK, Australia, Scandinavia, the US and Canada. Encouraging readers with thought-provoking questions, exercises and activities, Disability Studies is a rich and rewarding read for students and researchers of disability across the social sciences. See the full listing of all our CONTENTS Beginnings / Politics / Difference / Society / Individuals / Subjectivity / Discourse / Community written with Rebecca Lawthom, Kirsty Liddiard and Katherine Runswick Sociology titles online Cole / Education / Futures at www.sagepub.in 2016 • 296 pages Paperback (9781446280683) • £26.99

10 Introductory Sociology

THE NEW SOCIOLOGY OF SCOTLAND David McCrone University Written by a leading sociologist of Scotland, this groundbreaking new introduction is a comprehensive account of the social, political, economicomic and cultural processes at work in contemporary Scottish society. At a time of major uncertainty and transformation, The New Sociologyogy of Scotland explores every aspect of Scottish life. Placed firmly inn thethe context of globalization, David McCrone: • examines a broad range of topics including race and ethnicity, socialocial inequality, national identity, health, class, education, sport, mediaedia and culture • unpicks the ramifications of the Scottish parliament electionn ooff May 2016 • uses learning features such as suggested further reading and discussion questions to stimulate students to engage critically wwithith issues raised. Written in a lucid and accessible style, The New Sociology of Scotlandand is an indispensable guide for students of sociology and politics. CONTENTS Making Modern Scotland / How Do We Understand Scotland Sociologically? / Scotland'sand's People: Who Are They? / Who 'Owns' Scotland Materially and Culturally? / Who RRunsuns Scotland? / Power, Poverty and Social Inequality / Making a Living / Social Classs and Social Opportunity / Education and Life Chances / Gendering Scotland / 'Race'' and Ethnicity / Belonging / The Country / Greening Scotland / Social Order / Dying for Scotlandotland / Religion: How Have Scots Become a Godless People? / National Identity / Scotlandd and England: Making Sense of the Vis-A-Vis / Politics and National Identity / Scottish Cultureulture and Iconography / Selling the Nation / Consumption and Life Style / Leisure in Scotlandotland / Playing for the Nation / Seeing Ourselves / Scotland in the World / 'My Granny wwasas a McTavish' / Do Small Countries Like Scotland Matter? / The Futures of Scotland

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11 Media & Culture

CULTURAL STUDIES SUPERCONNECTED: THE Theory and Practice INTERNET, DIGITAL MEDIA, Fifth Edition AND TECHNO-SOCIAL LIFE Chris Barker University of Wollongong Mary Chayko Rutgers University and Emma Jane University of New South Wales What does it mean to live in a superconnected society? Superconnected: The Internet, With over 40,000 copies sold, Cultural Digital Media, and Techno-Social Studies has been the indispensable guide to Life brings together insights about digital studying culture for generations of students. technology and society from the fields of Here is everything students need to know, sociology, communication, psychology, with all the key concepts, theories and thinkers in one comprehensive, media and technology studies. The result is a groundbreaking analysis authoritative yet accessible resource. Teaching students the foundations of contemporary social life as it is influenced by the internet, social of cultural studies - from ideology, representation and discourse to media, and mobile devices. audiences, subcultures and cultural policy - this revised edition: Individual chapters explore topics such as how digital technology • fully explores the ubiquity of digital media culture, helping students helped to shape the modern information age; information sharing and analyze issues surrounding social media, surveillance, cyber-activism surveillance; digital socialization and development of the self; digital and more inequalities; global impacts; and the impact of the internet; and digital • introduces students to all the key thinkers, from Stuart Hall and Michel media across social institutions. The author's clear non-technical Foucault to Judith Butler and Donna Haraway discussions and interdisciplinary synthesis make Superconnected • balances the classics with cutting edge theory, including case studies an essential text for courses exploring how social life is affected when on e-commerce, the self-help industry, the transgender debate, and information and communication technology enter the picture. representations of race CONTENTS • embraces popular culture in all of its diversity, from drag kings and gaming, to anime fandom and remix cultures Superconnectedness / Creating the Internet Age / Inhabiting a Digital Environment / Sharing and Surveillance / Global Impacts and Inequalities / Techno-Socialization and • is re-written throughout with a new co-author, making it a more the Self / Friending, Dating, and Relating / The Techno-Social Institutions / More Benefits enjoyable read than ever. and Hazards of 24/7 Superconnectedness / Our Superconnected Future

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12 Media & Culture

THE SECULAR RELIGION MEDIA,MEDIA CUCULTURE AND SOCIETY OF FANDOM An Introduction Pop Culture Pilgrim Second Edition Jennifer Otter Bickerdike Paul Hodkinson University of Surrey Buckinghamshire New University Roundly praised for its accessible style and comprehensive coverage, A timely and often provocative this new edition of the bestselling Media, Culture and Society is a examination of a phenomenon that highly engaging introduction to this dynamic field. Key features of the has always been with us, and yet feels new edition include: suddenly new again. Jennifer Otter • new chapters on Advertising & Sponsorship, and Media, Bickerdike asks why we seek solace, Identity & Difference spiritual fulfillment, and connectedness in spaces that are not • new material on newspaper regulation and fan cultures traditionally religious in nature, creating our own sacred spaces • enhanced emphasis on digital media throughout as we go. In the process she paves the way for us to reflect on how we confer meaning on the everyday via our new sacred • updated topical examples and case studies. texts, providing an excellent entry into our ongoing conversation Combining a critical survey of the field with a finely judged assessment about what constitutes religion in an increasingly secular world of cutting-edge developments, this eagerly-awaited Second Edition cements its reputation as a 'must-have' text for any undergraduate - Katherine Larsen, Editor, Journal of Fandom Studies student of media and communication studies, cultural studies, popular culture, and the sociology of the media. CONTENTS CONTENTS Introduction: Mecca for Muggles / Symbolic Pilgrimage / Mr Mojo Risin' / For the Love of Introduction / Part I: Elements of Media / Media Technologies / Media Industry / Media Blood Suckers / Conclusion: The Mighty Hoards Content / Media Users / Part II: Media, Power and Control / Media as Manipulation / SAGE SWIFTS Construction of News / Public Service or Personal Entertainment / Advertising and 2015 • 120 pages Sponsorship / Decline of the National Public: Commercialization, Fragmentation, Globalization / Part III: Media, Identity and Culture / Identity and Difference in Media Hardback (9781473907799) • £45.00 Cultures / Media, Ethnicity and Diaspora / Media, Gender and Sexuality / Fans, Communities and Subcultures / Saturation, Fluidity and Loss of Meaning

2016 • 344 pages Hardback (9781473902350) • £80.00 SOCIALSOCIAL MEDIAM Paperback (9781473902367) • £27.99 A Critical Introduction Second Edition Christian Fuchs University of Westminster THE CRISIS OF PRESENCE With social media changing how we use and understand everything from IN CONTEMPORARY communication and the news to transport, more than ever it is essential to ask the right kinds of questions about the business and politics of CULTURE social media. This book equips you with the critical thinking you need Ethics, Privacy and Speech in to understand the complexities and contradictions and make informed Mediated Social Life judgements. This new edition: Vincent Miller University of Kent • lays bare the structures and power relations at the heart of our Focusing on the concept of presence, and media landscape the challenges that our changing presence • explores the sharing economy of Uber and Airbnb in a brand poses to our ethics, privacy and public new chapter discourse, Miller illustrates how ubiquitous communication technologies • takes us into the politics and economy of social media in China have created a disjuncture between how we think we exist in the world • puts forward powerful arguments for how to achieve a social media and how we actually do exist through our use of devices. He claims the that serves the purposes of a just and fair world. solution is not to focus exclusively on 'content' and its regulation as much as it is to examine, understand and resist the alienating aspects of the This book is the essential, critical guide for all students of media media itself. He suggests that such resistance involves several ambitious studies and sociology. Readers will never look at social media the same revisions in our ethical, legal and technological regimes. way again. CONTENTS CONTENTS Metaphysical and Technological Presence / Presence, Proximity and Ethical Behaviour What is a Critical Introduction to Social Media? / What are Social Media and Big Data? Online / 'Find Love in Canada': Distributed Selves, Abstraction and the Problem of Privacy / Social Media as Participatory Culture / Social Media and Communication Power / The and Autonomy / 'Going to …': The Problem of Speech In A World Where We Write Power and Political Economy of Social Media / : Good or Evil Search Engine? / Instead of Talk Facebook: Surveillance in the Age of Edward Snowden / Twitter and Democracy: A New Public Sphere? / Weibo and Chinese Capitalism / The Political Economy of Online Sharing SAGE SWIFTS Platforms in the Age of Airbnb and Uber / WikiLeaks: Can We Make Power Transparent? / 2016 • 144 pages Wikipedia: A New Democratic Form of Collaborative Work and Production? / Conclusion: Hardback (9781473906570) • £45.00 Social Media and its Alternatives – Towards a Truly Social Media

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13 Media & Culture / Race & Ethnicity

RESEARCHING RACISM KEY CONCEPTS IN A Guidebook for Academics RACE AND ETHNICITY and Professional Investigators Nasar Meer Strathclyde University Muzammil Quraishi and Rob Philburn both at University of Salford A conceptually power-packed volume that is at once erudite and accessible, expansive and focused, true to sociological Identifying a need for an empirical guide traditions yet stimulatingly exploratory. Scholars and students to complement the abundant theoretical will be served very well by this absorbing, far-reaching enquiry literature, this book combines a variety into ethnicity and race. of practical avenues of advice with - Raymond Taras, Tulane University analytical sophistication, without losing any of the subject matter's complexities... particularly useful in thinking through projects from start This book offers an accessible discussion of both foundational and novel to completion concepts in the study of race and ethnicity. Each account will help readers become familiar with how long standing and contemporary arguments - Steve Garner, The Open University within race and ethnicity studies contribute to our understanding of social and political life more broadly. This book offers a one stop guide to the meaning of racism, key studies in SAGE Key Concepts series the field, core methodologies and an agenda for research for the future. 2013 • 176 pages Discussing the salient aspects of race and racism in contemporary Hardback (9780857028679) • £63.00 society alongside methodological and practical considerations of Paperback (9780857028686) • £20.99 qualitative research in the field, Researching Racism is not only an original textbook but also a crucial guide for anyone beginning their own research on racism. 2015 • 184 pages Hardback (9781847875334) • £68.00 Paperback (9781847875341) • £23.99 RACE AND SOCIETY Tina Patel University of Salford Race and Society is a thoughtful and critically engaging exploration of some of the key issues around race and racialization, which have arisen in what is considered to be a highly diverse and complex society. OWNING THE WORLD With a progressive approach emphasizing the social construction of race issues within a post-racial era, moving away from essentialist and OF IDEAS polarized explanations of raced interaction, Tina Patel: Intellectual Property and Global • introduces the main concepts and key theories, including their post- Network Capitalism developments Matthew David Durham University and • focuses on the processes and impact of racial categorization in Debora Halbert University of Hawaii contemporary society at Manoa • highlights the intersectional and multifaceted nature of race and related conceptualizations Post-Cold War global network capitalism • illustrates how race has morphed into newer forms of categorizations is premised upon regulatory structures • is packed with topical examples and international case studies to designed to enforce deregulation in global engage students, along with chapter summaries, study questions markets and production, but at the same time to enforce global regulation and further reading. of property and intellectual property in particular. However, this roll- Race and Society is a highly readable and thought-provoking guide to out has not been without resistance and limitations. Globalization, the the study of race and racialization processes for students of sociology, affordances of digital networks, and contradiction within capitalism criminology and related disciplines. itself - between private property and free markets - promote and undo global IP expansion. CONTENTS In this book, David and Halbert map the rise of global IP protectionism, Categorizing Race / Understanding Society / Representations of Race / Identity and debunk the key justifications given for IPRs, dismiss the arguments put the Place of Race / The Other 'Isms' / Masking Racism in Society / Race in Social forward for global extension and harmonization; and suggest that roll- Institutions and Organizations / Human Rights, Equality and Legislation / Researching back, suspension, and even simply the bi-passing of IP in practice offer Race and Society better solutions for promoting innovation and meeting human needs. 2016 • 200 pages Hardback (9781446287385) • £75.00 Paperback (9781446287392) • £25.99 SAGE SWIFTS 2015 • 136 pages Hardback (9781473915763) • £45.00

14 Research Methods & Methodology

AN ADVENTURE AN INTRODUCTION TO IN STATISTICS SECONDARY DATA The Reality Enigma ANALYSIS WITH IBM Andy Field SPSS STATISTICS Will Zach find the missing love of his life and John MacInnes University of Edinburgh save the world? Statistically speaking, the odds don't look good... Many professional, high-quality surveys Once again, bestselling, award-winning collect data on people's behaviour, author and teacher Andy Field hasn't just experiences, lifestyles and attitudes. The broken the traditional textbook mould with data they produce is more accessible his new novel/textbook, he has forged in the fire of his imagination the than ever before. This book provides students with a comprehensive only statistics book on the market with a terrifying probability bridge, introduction to using this data, as well as transactional data and big data zombies and talking cats! sources, in their own research projects. Students will find all they need to know about locating, accessing, preparing and analyzing secondary His unique approach introduces students across the social sciences to data, along with step-by-step instructions for using IBM SPSS statistics. the importance and relevance of statistics in a lavishly illustrated format and style that overcomes traditional anxiety for the subject and dullness Using case studies and video animations to illustrate each step of the of typical offerings. research process, this book provides the quantitative analysis skills needed to pass exams, complete a research project and compete in the As with the immensely successful Discovering Statistics Using job market. Exercises throughout the book and on the book's companion IBM SPSS Statistics and Discovering Statistics Using R, his website provide opportunities to practice, check understanding and work motives for writing An Adventure in Statistics stem from his desire to hands-on with real data as students learn. make statistics a bit more pleasant to learn and to counter his negative experience of textbooks when he was a student. 2016 • 368 pages Hardback (9781446285763) • £85.00 The medium, the message and the rock-solid statistics coverage combine Paperback (9781446285770) • £28.99 to raise the level of attainment of even the most Maths-phobic student on their first statistics course, covering in more detail, the introductory content his previous books touch on. In doing so, it provides an unrivalled launchpad to further study, research and inquisitiveness about the real world which equips students with the skills to succeed in their chosen degree and which they can go on to STATISTICS WITHOUT apply in the workplace. MATHEMATICS CONTENTS David J Bartholomew London School Why You Need Science / Reporting Research, Variables and Measurement / Summarizing Data / Fitting Models (Central Tendency) / Presenting Data / Z-Scores / Probability / of Economics Inferential Statistics: Going Beyond the Data / Robust Estimation / Hypothesis Testing Bartholomew brings a wealth of / Modern Approaches to Theory Testing / Assumptions / Relationships / The General Linear Model / Comparing Two Means / Comparing Several Means / Factorial Designs experience to this book, explaining all of the most fundamental concepts 2016 • 768 pages in statistics with insight but without Hardback (9781446210444) • £90.00 technicalities. This is an excellent read for Paperback (9781446210451) • £32.99 the learner or the teacher, to establish or reinforce a proper understanding of what statistics is really all about - Neil Sheldon, Associate Lecturer, RSS Centre for Statistical Education, Plymouth University SEVEN STEPS TO A This is a book about the ideas that drive statistics. It is an ideal primer for COMPREHENSIVE students who need an introduction to the concepts of statistics without LITERATURE REVIEW the added confusion of technical jargon and mathematical language. It introduces the intuitive thinking behind standard procedures, explores A Multimodal and Cultural the process of informal reasoning, and uses conceptual frameworks Approach to provide a foundation for students new to statistics. It showcases the expertise we have all developed from living in a data saturated Anthony J Onwuegbuzie Sam Houston society, increases our statistical literacy and gives us the tools needed State University and Rebecca Frels to approach statistical mathematics with confidence. Lamar University 2016 • 192 pages With a key focus on mixed methods, Hardback (9781473902442) • £75.00 coverage of the 'why' as well as the 'how', and clear explanation of Paperback (9781473902459) • £24.99 the CORE system, this book will be instrumental in helping readers to produce organized, ethical, insightful and, of course, comprehensive literature reviews. 2016 • 440 pages Hardback (9781446248911) • £75.00 Paperback (9781446248928) • £26.99

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17 Research Methods & Methodology

THE SAGE HANDBOOK THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF SOCIAL MEDIA OF ONLINE RESEARCH RESEARCH METHODS METHODS Edited by Luke Sloan Cardiff Second Edition University and Anabel Quan-Haase Western University Edited by Nigel G Fielding University of Surrey, Raymond M Lee Royal The Sage Handbook of Social Media Holloway, University of London and Research Methods is the first book to Grant Blank cover not only the entire research process in social media research from question Online research methods are popular, formulation to the interpretation of research findings, but also to include dynamic and fast-changing. Following on from the great success of specific chapters and examples on how data collection and analysis the first edition, published in 2008, The SAGE Handbook of Online takes place on specific social media platforms such as Twitter and Research Methods, Second Edition offers both updates of existing Instagram. subject areas and new chapters covering more recent developments, such as social media, big data, data visualization and CAQDAS. This step-by-step guide to overcoming the challenges of working with 'big and broad data' is organized into eight sections: Bringing together the leading names in both qualitative and quantitative online research, this new edition is organized into eight sections: • Designing Social Media Research • Collection & Storage • The Online Research Environment • Analysis of Qualitative Social Media Data • Designing Online Research • Analysis of Quantitative Social Media Data • Online Data Capture and Data Collection • Analysis of Mixed Social Media Data • The Online Survey • Analytical Tools • Digital Text Analysis • Platforms • Virtual Ethnography • Theoretical Issues and Debates • Online Secondary Analysis: Resources and Methods The handbook is the single most comprehensive resource for any scholar • The Future of Online Social Research or graduate student embarking on a social media project. This is an essential resource for anyone interested in the contemporary practice of computer-mediated research and scholarship. 2016 • 656 pages Hardback (9781473916326) • £120.00 2016 • 640 pages Hardback (9781473918788) • £120.00

SOCIAL MEDIA DOING REAL RESEARCH FOR ACADEMICS A Practical Guide to Social Mark Carrigan University of Warwick Research Social media is an increasingly important Eric Jensen University of Warwick part of academic life that can be a and Charles Laurie fantastic medium for promoting your work, networking with colleagues and for Challenging us to move beyond the formality demonstrating impact. However, alongside and idealized settings of conventional the opportunities, it also poses challenging methods teaching, this pragmatic book offers questions about how to engage online, and frank advice designed to empower students how to represent yourself professionally. and researchers working in the real world. This practical book provides clear guidance on effectively and intelligently Theoretically robust and with an exhaustive using social media for academic purposes across disciplines, from coverage of key methodologies and methods, it sets out the cornerstones publicizing your work and building networks, to engaging the public with of social research within a multidisciplinary, international context. your research. It is supported by real-life examples and underpinned Examples reflect research conducted inside and outside formal by principles of good practice to ensure you have the skills to make the university settings with case studies ranging from the extremes of war- most of this exciting medium. torn countries to the complexities of school classrooms. CONTENTS CONTENTS Social Media and Digital Scholarship / Using Social Media to Publicize Your Work / Using Part I: Laying the Foundations / Research Design: Planning for the Unknowable, the Social Media to Build Your Network / Using Social Media for Public Engagement / Using Unexpected and the Undesirable / How to Do a Literature Review: Using Existing Evidence Social Media to Manage Information / Professional Identity in an Age of Social Media and Ideas to Build a Foundation / How to Be an Ethical Researcher / Part II: In the / Communicating Effectively Online / Finding the Time for Social Media / The Future Field / How to Manage Risk: Protecting Yourself and Your Equipment / How to Find a Landscape of Academic Social Media Representative Sample / How to Gain Research Participation / Part III: Data Collection Methods / How to Do Survey Research / How to Do Interviews and Focus Groups / How 2016 • 208 pages to Use Existing Data: Challenges and Opportunities / Part IV: Managing and Analyzing Hardback (9781446298688) • £65.00 Data / How to Manage your Data / How to Do Qualitative Data Analysis / How to Do Paperback (9781446298695) • £22.99 Quantitative Data Analysis / Part V: Presenting Your Research / How to Write up Your Research / Concluding Thoughts

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RIGHT TO PASSAGE INTERNALINT MIGRATION IN Travels through India, CONTEMPORARY INDIA and Edited by Deepak K Mishra Professor, Zeeshan Khan Journalist, Dhaka Centre for the Study of Regional Tribune, Dhaka Development, School of Social Sciences, University, In 2011, Zeeshan Khan decided to travel from his city Dhaka via India and Pakistan to Iran and on to Europe. This book traces This volume addresses the impact of his journey till he left the borders of Iran, a migration on society, highlighting the distance he completed in about 60 days. interlinkages between individual and For Khan the journey was about travelling societal aspirations. It interrogates the along a historical route steeped in role of the state and non-state agencies cultures, languages, religions and races, involved in various aspects of the life all woven together as a single, indivisible and livelihoods of migrant workers whole. While India represented somewhat familiar terrain, travelling and provides a critical assessment of the policy frameworks and through contemporary Pakistan and Iran was a particular eye- instruments affecting migration. Focusing on the diverse aspects opener for the author. Much of the current realities of the region are and types of internal migration, the book studies the exploitation reflected in the book, along with Khan’s own commentary about and marginalization of migrants on the basis of class, caste, religion, what he observed and encountered. Equally a pleasure to read for gender, ethnicity and regional location in post-reform India. the armchair traveller or the seasoned one, the book is a stunning snapshot of life along a well-worn route known for its spiritual depth CONTENTS and philosophical richness. Acknowledgements / Introduction: Internal Migration in Contemporary India— An Overview of Issues and Concerns / Deepak K Mishra / Nature of Migration CONTENTS and Its Contribution to India’s Urbanization / R B Bhagat / Women’s Mobility Acknowledgements / Prologue / I. MOHABHAROT / Full Chakra: , Bodh and Migration: An Exploratory Study of Muslim Women Migrants in Jamia Gaya / East is East: Rajgir, , back to Patna / Golden Temples, Iron Nagar, Delhi / Meenakshi Thapan, Anshu Singh and Nidhitha Sreekumar / Walls: Delhi, Amritsar, Harmandir Sahib and the Sikhs, Wagah and entering Migration and Marginalization: A Study of North East Migrants in Delhi / Babu Pakistan, back to Delhi / The Shoulders of Giants: Lahore, Taxila / Crosshairs P Remesh / Labour Migration in the North East / S Irudaya Rajan and Rikil across Worlds: Back in Lahore, Islamabad, , Multan, Quetta / II Chyrmang / Educational Migration among Ladakhi Youth / Elizabeth Williams- IRANZAMIN / New Familiar Faces: Quetta Airport, Zahedan to Kerman, Rayen, Oerberg / Migration in Agrarian Classes: A Study based on Nine Villages in Mashhad / Nothing in my Cloak but God: Neyshabur, Tus / Rise and Rise Again: / R. / Migration from Contemporary / Amrita Datta / Yazd, Esfahan, Kashan / A Gate for All Nations: Shiraz, Takht-e Jamshid / Migration and Punjab: Some Perceptions / Surjit Singh / Seasonal Migration Never Too Old: Ahvaz, Chogha Zanbil, Shush, , Tabriz from : A View from the Field / Deepak K Mishra / Internal Labour Migration in India: Emerging Needs of Comprehensive National Migration SAGE YODA PRESS Policy / Anjali Borhade / Index 2016 • 404 pages • Paperback (9789351508946) • ` 595.00 2016 • 364 pages • Hardback (9789351508571) • ` 995.00

ABOUT THE AUTHOR MIGRANTS,MI REFUGEES Zeeshan Khan is a journalist, currently working in communications with the International AND THE STATELESS IN Organisation for Migration. He was born in the UK and raised in Bangladesh, but spent a part of his childhood in Mauritius. He studied Partha S Ghosh ICSSR National in Canada and Australia and worked in Europe Fellow, IDSA, New Delhi before returning to Bangladesh, where he This book addresses the concept currently resides. He is passionate about of migration with the aim of building history, religions, cultures and languages, and theory as well as drawing from existing has an active interest in mysticism, particularly theories to understand South Asian in Sufism. realities. It highlights the less-explored cultural dimensions of migration—music, literature, cinema and art—thereby extending migration research into the realms of security discourse. The author explores how ideas migrate along with people, and the extent to which the process of transformation and adaptation of these ideas is necessitated by social interactions in the adopted society. CONTENTS Preface / Introduction: Definitional and Theoretical Issues / Mapping the South Asian Scene / The Political Connection / The Security Variable / Relief and Rehabilitation / The Legal Dynamics / Cultural and Psychological Dimensions / Conclusion: Making Sense / References / Subject Index 2016 • 384 pages • Hardback (9789351508540)• ` 995.00

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SOCIETY IN I INDIA SOCIAL BACKGROUND B OF Late David G Mandelbaum Professor INDIAN NATIONALISM of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley Sixth Edition Society in India views social relations in Late A R Desai Head of Department of the country as systems and subsystems Sociology, University of Mumbai and shows that contrary to belief this is not static or stagnant, but has This historically significant text has been continually adapting to changing been referred to for over sixty years as circumstances mainly on the basis of an indispensable body of knowledge certain deep-rooted psychological and for the understanding of the dynamics social themes. This edition combines two of Indian nationalism. This book volumes. Volume One: Continuity and presents a comprehensive study of the Change deals with the concepts of social transformation of Indian society through system and caste order and then define the major components of a century and a half and the resultant rise Indian society. Volume Two: Change and Continuity deals mainly of Indian nationalism in various forms—social, cultural, religious, with social change and its major types, recurrent and systematic. economic and political. It gives a historical, synthetic and systematic Key Features: account of the genesis of Indian nationalism. • This analysis of Indian society is the most comprehensive study ABRIDGED CONTENTS that has been done in recent times. Foreword By Sumit Sarkar / Preface / Prologue / Economy and Culture • It brings together the results of modern social research to reveal in Pre-British India / British Conquest of India / Transformation of Indian the regular patterns that underlie social relations throughout Agriculture Under British Rule / Social Consequences of the Transformation the country of Indian Agriculture / Decline of Town Handicrafts / Decline of Village Artisan Industries / Rise and Development of Modern Indian Industries / Modern Means • It outlines some of the principal social and regional variations. of Transport and Rise of Indian Nationalism / The Role of Modern Education in • This book discusses the psychological forces and social processes the Development of Indian Nationalism / Political and Administrative Unification in Indian society and appraise the trends of modern social change of India Under the British Rule / Rise of New Social Classes in India / The Role of the Press in the Development of Modern Nationalism / Social and Religious CONTENTS Reform Movements as the Expression of National Democratic Awakening / PREFACE / Volume One: Continuity and Change / INTRODUCTION / Task, Crusade Against Caste System / Crusade Against Untouchability / Movement Concepts, and Scope / The Basic Groups and Groupings Jati / FAMILY for the Emancipation of Women / Religious Reform Movements Among AND KINSHIP RELATIONS / Family / Family Roles: Boy and Man / Family Hindus and Muslims / Rise of Political Movements as the Expression of Indian Roles: Girl and Woman / Family Cycle: Formation and Maintenance / Family Nationalism / Problem of Nationalities and Minorities Cycle: Growth and Completion / The Wider Ties of Kinship / RELATIONS AMONG PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT JATIS / The Interdependence of Families POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS and Jatis / Criteria for the Ranking of Jatis / The Social Relevance of Ritual 2016 • 320 pages • Paperback (9789386042255) • ` 350.00 Pollution and Purity / Secular Criteria and the Attribution of Jati Rank / Recommended for UG and PG students of Political Science, Sociology Cultural Variations and the Jati Order / RELATIONS WITHIN THE JATI / and History Alliances and Sections within the Jati / Opposition and Cohesion within the Jati-group / Maintaining the Jati: Leaders and Panchayats / The Uses of Panchayats / Jati Enterprises and Functions / Volume Two: Change and Continuity / VILLAGE, REGION, CIVILIZATION / Village: Separate Hearths and Common Home / The Village: Internal Regulation / The Wider Ties of Village: Centers and Regions / The Villager and Some Perennial Problems CARING FOR THE ELDERLYY of Civilization / RECURRENT CHANGE THROUGH SOCIAL MOBILITY / Jati Mobility / Cultural Adaptations and Models for Mobility / Mobility Tactics: Social Gerontology in the Indian Overcoming External Opposition / Maintaining Internal Cohesion: Fission and Context Fusion / Modern Means for Jati Improvement: Associations and Federations / RECURRENT CHANGE THROUGH RELIGIOUS AND TRIBAL MOVEMENTS / Edited by Tattwamasi Paltasingh Social Regrouping through Indigenous Religions / Social Aspects of Introduced Professor, Sardar Patel Institute of Religions: Muslims / Social Aspects of Introduced Religions: Jews, , Economic and Social Research, Christians / The Accretion of Tribal Peoples / Direction of Tribal Change / Ahmedabad and Renu Tyagi Indian CONTINUITIES AND TRENDS / Psychological Forces, Social Processes, and Systemic Shift / Trends / APPENDIX: THE CONCEPTS OF SYSTEM AND OF Council of Social Science Research STRATIFICATION / Uses of the concepts / What kind of system is a “caste (ICSSR) Postdoctoral Fellow system”? / BIBLIOGRAPHY / INDEX This book seeks to improve the quality POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS of life of the elderly by means of policy 2016 • 484 pages • Paperback (9789386042286) • ` 450.00 suggestions that can be implemented by the government. Caring for the Elderly Recommended for UG and PG students of Sociology, Political Science focuses on managing various issues and History confronting the elderly today and the remedial measures that can be taken by care givers and society at large. Contributions from eminent scholars throw light on important concepts, such as population ageing and its associated impacts. In a rapidly changing world, there is a need to discuss issues related to the elderly population and their health and well-being in the social and economic context. Scholars and researchers of gerontology, anthropology, policy studies will find this book useful. ABRIDGED CONTENTS Foreword by Moneer Alam / Preface / UNDERSTANDING GERONTOLOGY / SOCIAL SECURITY AND ECONOMIC ISSUES / HEALTH ISSUES: DIMENSIONS AND STRATEGIES / GENDER AND CULTURE / POSITIVE AGEING: OUTLOOK AND APPROACHES / About the Editors and Contributors / Index 2015 • 308 pages • Hardback (9789351502630) • ` 995.00

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Volume 4 Studies in ON THE MARGINS: TRIBES, CASTES, Indian Sociology AND OTHER SOCIAL Series Edited by CATEGORIES Jacob John Kattakayam Edited by Abhijit Dasgupta The 11 essays in this volume explore Now available as individual volumes!! different aspects of marginalization among the scheduled castes, the scheduled tribes, the backward classes, women, workers, refugees, minorities, physically challenged Volume 1 INDIAN SOCIOLOGY: persons and so on. 2013 • 212 pages • Hardback (9788132116240) • ` 850.00

ISSUES AND Volume 5 CHALLENGES THEMES IN SOCIOLOGY Edited by L Thara Bhai OF EDUCATION This volume includes 15 chapters and Edited by R Indira highlights the challenges faced by the present-day sociologists in the context This volume is divided into four sections: of development and growth of knowledge section one deals with education as a in other sectors. The selected articles social system; section two focuses on discuss the growth of the sociology issues and concerns of the education discipline over the past 75 years so that of minorities and women; section three one can get a cross-section of the thinking focuses on the key issues that need of sociologists towards the growth, issues and challenges faced to be addressed in formation and from time to time. implementation of educational policies, and the last section examines certain key 2013 • 288 pages • Hardback (9788132116219) • ` 850.00 issues related to the adoption of vernacular Volume 2 language as medium of instruction, and the critical insights into the CHANGING CASTE: role of intellectuals. IDEOLOGY, 2013 • 280 pages • Hardback (9788132116257) • ` 850.00 Volume 6 IDENTITY AND MOBILITY SOCIOLOGY OF

Edited by Surinder S Jodhka SOCIAL MOVEMENT This volume has a range of select chapters Edited by D R Sahu on different dimensions of the caste The volume is a collection of chapters system in India. These chapters have been on both conventional and new social divided into three parts. The first part deals movements of India and the subcontinent broadly with conceptual and theoretical published in the Sociological Bulletin from issues. The second part has empirical the 1970s to the present. accounts of different dimensions of caste 2013 • 320 pages and the related daily experiences of the changes and continuities, Hardback (9788132116264) • ` 850.00 with most of the chapters looking at the patterns of social mobility among individual communities and sections of population. 2013 • 264 pages • Hardback (9788132116226) • ` 850.00 Volume 7

Volume 3 INDIAN SOCIOLOGY AGRARIAN CHANGE AND OVER THE YEARS: MOBILISATION SELECTED PRESIDENTIAL Edited by B B Mohanty ADDRESSES OF The chapters in this volume compose a panoramic view of the kinds of changes AISC (1967–2010) that have been taking place in agrarian Edited by Jacob John Kattakayam structures and their underlying effects on the other aspects of rural life. They discuss This volume is a collection of select the themes of changes, continuities and presidential addresses of All India challenges in the theoretical perspectives Sociological Conferences held between and methodological approaches in critical 1967 and 2010. It is the sole comprehensive agrarian change. reader on the changing themes in Indian Sociology. 2013 • 400 pages • Hardback (9788132116233) • ` 895.00 2013 • 360 pages • Hardback (9788132116271) • ` 850.00

3A Sociology & Social Theory 10 Volume READINGS IN INDIAN SOCIOLOGY Set Series edited by Ishwar Modi, President, Indian Sociological Society

Readings in Indian Sociology, a 10-volume series, is a collection of rare and invaluable essays on Indian sociology published over the years in the Sociological Bulletin, the oldest sociology journal in India, published by the Indian Sociological Society (ISS). The various issues of the journal are a treasure trove of the most profound and authentic sociological writings and research, and this series brings to fore some such writings to the notice of the sociological community in India and elsewhere. The series focuses on Sociological Theory; Untouchability, Sociology of ; Rural Society in India; Sociology of Science and Technology in India; Sociology of Childhood and Youth; Sociology of Health; Sociology of Environment in India; Political Sociology of India; Cultural Dimensions of Society in India and Pioneers of Sociology in India. This series, the third by ISS, marks completion of 60 years of the Society. Their earlier series, also published by SAGE India, include Studies in Indian Sociology (2012) and Themes in Indian Sociology (2001–05).

TOWARDS SOCIOLOGY OF DALITS SOCIOLOGY OF Edited by Paramjit S Judge Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar CHILDHOOD AND Towards Sociology of Dalits provide a panoramic outline of the YOUTH content of Dalit studies in India over Edited by Bula Bhadra University time and space. The location of of Calcutta, Dalits has been inseparably linked with the caste and economy of Indian Sociology of Childhood and Youth society giving rise to the practice of is one of the first of its kind that untouchability duly supported by provides sociological articulations tradition and religious ideology. on the Indian child and young, along with the accompanying multifaceted 2014 • 280 pages • Paperback (9788132113799) • ` 525.00 discourses on childhood and youth situating it in the historical experience of India. 2014 • 296 pages • Paperback (9788132113829) • ` 525.00 SOCIOLOGICAL PROBINGS IN RURAL SOCIETY SOCIOLOGY OF Edited by K L Sharma Jaipur National University, Jaipur HEALTH Edited by Nagla Maharshi Sociological Probings in Rural Dayanand University, Rohtak, Society focuses mainly on the Haryana changing face of rural–urban relations. The papers included in the Sociology of Health contains volume have been arranged in five empirical and theoretical articles sections, taking a note of rural–urban that apply sociological concepts relations, rural social stratification, and methods to the understanding rural profiles, religion and rituals of health and illness and the and social change in village India. organization of medicine and The volume maps out the structure healthcare. Further the articles also and process of rural–urban relations, along with divides and gaps try to explore the understanding of between the rural and the urban settings, and the role of urbanization, the process by which social practices industrialization, land reforms and development agencies. and human health are related. 2014 • 496 pages • Paperback (9788132113812) • ` 750.00 2014 • 396 pages • Paperback (9788132113843) • ` 750.00

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CONTRIBUTIONS POLITICAL TO SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIOLOGY OF THEORY INDIA Edited by Vinay Kumar Srivastava Edited by Anand Kumar Jawaharlal University of Delhi Nehru University, New Delhi Contributions to Sociological Political Sociology of India is Theory aims to quell the popular a selection of essays on polity belief that sociologists and their and society which represents journals are shy of making a outstanding contributions of three contribution to theory—they are mere generations of eminent scholars empiricists. The volume introduces about political sociology of India. the dimensions and trajectories The selected authors also include of the multiplicity of theory in its some of the leading lights of the sumptuous Introduction. Indian Sociological Society. The papers selected for the volume 2014 • 360 pages • Paperback (9788132113867) • ` 650.00 provide a holistic view of the major concerns and perspectives of eminent post-colonial sociologists as well as the range of diversities in conceptualizing and analyzing the complexities of Indian social formation. SOCIOLOGY OF 2014 • 468 pages • Paperback (9788132113898) • ` 750.00 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN CULTURE AND INDIA SOCIETY Edited by Binay Kumar Pattnaik Edited by Susan Visvanathan Indian Institute of Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Kanpur New Delhi Culture and Society shows us that Sociology of Science and the questions of the nation state must Technology in India is a collection have precise emblems, or facts, by of 12 articles in Sociology of Science which it is studied. These motifs and Technology (SST). It throws light may be leisure, propaganda, film, on the major themes of SST, such as, theatre, cartoons, ideologies of race role of science (theoretical), scientific and caste, as well as the continuing community in India, productivity production of a variety of materials, patterns in Indian Science and Technology (S&T) research, and which inform lay readers as well as S&T unleashing social change in India. trained professionals, how eclectic 2014 • 324 pages • Paperback (9788132113874) • ` 525.00 the subject matter of Sociology is. 2014 • 416 pages • Paperback (9788132113904) • ` 750.00

SOCIOLOGY OF PIONEERS OF ENVIRONMENT Edited by Sukant K Chaudhury SOCIOLOGY IN University of , Lucknow INDIA Our environment or ecosystem is endangered because of population Edited by Ishwar Modi President, pressure, migration, technological Indian Sociological Society changes, changes in land use for It is through the contributions of the livelihood practices and depletion pioneering scholars that not only a and destruction of resources due particular discipline derives its name to mega projects. Today, more but also the foundations on which than ever, there is greater need for a particular discipline is built and sustainable development. Volume grows. G.S. Ghurye (1893–1983), 7, Sociology of Environment, (1889–1968), addresses these issues and will be D.P. Mukerji (1894–1961) and M.N. of interest to both researchers and Srinivas (1916–1999) are known as activists in these areas. the pioneers of sociology in India. 2014 • 348 page • Paperback (9788132113881) • ` 650.00 2014 • 364 pages • Paperback (9788132113911) • ` 650.00

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NURTURING FAMILIES INSIDE-OUTSIDE AROUND THE WORLD Two Views of Social Change in Rural India Building a Culture of Peace B S Baviskar Late of University of Delhi Edited by Catherine Bernard and D W Attwood McGill University, President and Director, Service and Montreal Research Institute on Family and Children, and John J Shea The book favours comparative social Practice Pastoral Care and Counseling, research that communicates across School of Theology and Ministry, cultural boundaries and encourages Massachusetts objective research by removing This book aims to offer insight and tools blind spots and biases...provides to initiate the healing approach so that details of extensive research work the family finds a creative rebirth. Families in cooperatives and can serve as these days are overwhelmed by the speed, nature, diversity and reference by sociologists and anthropologists in India complexity involved in the process of globalization, in which a great and elsewhere. A very useful book for those involved in majority of the world are becoming emotionally restricted. Families management of public administration. at many a times are unable to provide for the physical and emotional The Tribune needs of their members, especially children, and this too at times when the need is greatest to help them cope with the demands Poverty in rural India: Is this a permanent condition? Are villagers of change. immobilized by a rigid caste system, limited resources and economic exploitation? This book is about villagers who have done remarkable CONTENTS things with their lives—people who have broken the constraints of Preface / Introduction / Catherine Bernard / Nurture-Key to the Security of poverty and inequality to become innovative and mobile. It is written the 21st Century Family / Joan Haliburn / Polishing the Jewels of Humanity: partly by one villager who found a career doing research on social Sharing Responsibility for Children / Victoria Wyszynski Thoresen / Children's change. Inside–Outside narrates stories of grassroots change and Emotional Well-being in the Era of Globalization / Sami Timimi / Intimacy: innovation. These stories are discussed from the combined view of Stabilizing and Strengthening Family Life / Beverly Musgrave / The Power an insider (Baviskar), who grew up in a village in western India, and of the Individual in Building a Culture of Peace / John J Shea / Future of the an outsider (Attwood), who came to study social change in the same Family and the Family of the Future: The Unity-based Family and the Advent of a Civilization of Peace / H B Danesh / Index region. Telling life stories from people who taught and surprised them, they challenge common stereotypes about Indian villagers— 2014 • 160 pages • Hardback (9788132111351) • ` 625.00 stereotypes of passivity, fatalism, and stagnation. CONTENTS Preface / Introduction / I: PILKHOD AND BEYOND / Inside the Family (Pilkhod) / Inside the Village (Pilkhod) / High School (Chalisgaon) / College and University ( and Delhi) / II: OAK PARK AND BEYOND / Early Days (Oak POSTMODERNISM IN A Park) / Attwoods and Allied Families (USA) / Leaving Home (Deep Springs, Berkeley, Chicago) / Outsider in India (Bichpuri) / III: INSIDE OUT AND BACK GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AGAIN / Marriage Out (Chalisgaon, Pune, Delhi) / Discovering Sociology (Delhi) / Fieldwork Back Home (Kopargaon Sugar Factory) / IV: FROM Edited by Samir Dasgupta University of OUTSIDE IN / How I Returned to India (Pune District) / I Was Misinformed Kalyani, and Peter Kivisto (Malegaon Village) / Villagers as Agents of History (Nira Valley) / V: INSIDE AND Augustana College OUT / Outsider in Sanjaya Village () / Outside and Inside the Family (Pilkhod) / VI: THOUGHTS ON COOPERATION, INEQUALITY, AND POINTS During the past three decades, two terms, OF VIEW / Cooperation and Controversy / Villager Sociology, Economic “postmodernism” and “globalization” have Inequality, and Poverty / Caste Barriers to Initiative and Innovation / Points entered not only academic discourse, but of View / Glossary / Bibliography / Index everyday discussions outside the groves 2013 • 472 pages • Hardback (9788132113508) • ` 1050.00 of academia. This book contains essays assembled with a conviction that both postmodernism and globalization have the potential to be valuable tools for social analysts, this despite the uncertainties and ambiguities that persist. See the full listing of all our ABRIDGED CONTENTS Acknowledgments / Introduction: Postmodernism in Global Perspective Sociology titles online Samir Dasgupta and Peter Kivisto / I: FRAMING POSTMODERNISM IN GLOBAL TERMS / II: EXPLICATING POSTMODERNISM / III: MANY FACES at www.sagepub.in OF POSTMODERNISM: GENDER, MARKET RELIGIONS, MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY, AND CULTURE / Index 2014 • 312 pages • Hardback (9788132113188) • ` 950.00

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CASTE, DISCRIMINATION, RECASTING CASTE AND EXCLUSION IN From the Sacred to the MODERN INDIA Profane Hira Singh York University, Toronto Vani Kant Borooah Chair, Applied Economics, University of Ulster, Nidhi The book will appeal to anyone S Sabharwal National University who is interested in understanding of Educational Planning and the highly complex phenomenon Administration, New Delhi, Dilip G of caste and is prepared to go Diwakar, Vinod Kumar Mishra and beyond the “sacred” and look for its Ajaya Kumar Naik Indian Institute of “profane” dimensions.... Its greatest Dalit Studies (IIDS), New Delhi contribution is that it engages with This book posits the Scheduled Castes and historicises caste. (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) vis-á- Frontline vis their upper-caste Hindu peers and establishes how caste is a Recasting Caste confronts the mainstream sociology of caste at its lived reality in everyday life in modern India. It explores areas where root: Louis Dumont’s Homo Hierarchicus and its main source, Max caste and religious exclusion are most visible, such as human Weber’s distinction between class and status. Conventional wisdom development, inequality, poverty, educational attainments, child on caste is idealist, and most students of the subject therefore malnutrition, health, employment, wages, gender, and access to exaggerate ritual homogeneity and deflect attention from intracaste public goods. differentiation and inequality. In contrast, by focusing on intracaste CONTENTS differences, Professor Singh demonstrates that caste hierarchy is Foreword by / Preface / Introduction / The Human grounded in a monopoly of land rights and political power supported Development Index / Inequality and Poverty / Educational Attainment / Child by religious and secular ideology. Malnutrition / Health Outcomes / Employment and Wages / The Position of Women / Public Policy: Integrated Child Development (Anganwadi) CONTENTS Services / Public Policy: The Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana / Conclusion / Preface: Growing up in Caste, Studying Caste—A Personal and Professional References / Index Story / Introduction / Studying Caste: Ideas, Material Conditions and History / Priest and Prince: Status–Power Muddle / Varna to Caste: Religious 2015 • 348 pages • Hardback (9789351502678) • ` 995.00 and Economic-Political / Caste and Subaltern Studies: Elite Ideology, Revisionist Historiography / Inequalities between and within Castes: Kin, Caste and Land / Changing Land Relations and Caste: View from a Village / Indenture, Religion and Caste: The Twin Myths about and Caste / Appendices / Glossary / Bibliography / Index CASTE AND AN RACE IN INDIAA 2014 • 312 pages • Hardback (9788132113461) • ` 895.00 Fifth Edition Late G S Ghurye Professor Emeritus, University of Mumbai CIVILITY AGAINST CASTE Caste is perhaps the most dominant Dalit Politics and Citizenship aspect of Indian society and its study is incomplete without getting into the in Western India ramifications of caste system. Suryakant Waghmore Associate The present edition, an expanded version Professor and Chairperson, Centre with five new chapters, elaborates on the for Social Justice and Governance, evolution of sub-castes, and examines Tata Institute of Social Sciences, caste, sub-caste and kinship. Mumbai Key Feature: The book highlights the political • Elaborates on the evolution of sub-castes, and examines caste, struggles of citizenship by different sub-caste and kinship. groups within the general category • A provocative and thorough analysis of the relationship between of “Dalit”. caste and politics by drawing examples from as experienced over the years Economic & Political Weekly • Caste—whatever it actually is at any given time—is always Civil society as an analytical concept is increasingly treated with the momentary outcome of a structured constellation of suspicion in the study of politics in postcolonial societies. While historical processes. engaging with Dalit struggles for civility, this book offers a critique of normative liberal assumptions of civil society and also counters CONTENTS the scholarship that rejects the idea and possibility of civil society Preface / Features of the Caste System / Nature of Caste-Groups / Caste in postcolonial societies. Through the Ages—I / Caste Through the Ages—II / Race and Caste / Elements of Caste Outside India / Origins of the Caste System / Caste, Sub-Caste: CONTENTS Fusion or Fission? / Caste, Sub-Caste and Kin / Caste During the British Rule / Foreword Christophe Jaffrelot / Introduction / Caste and Dalit Politics in The Scheduled Castes / Caste and Politics: General / Caste and Politics in the Making of Civil Society / Dalit Movements in the Post-Panther Period: Tamil Nadu / A Casteless Society or a Plural Society? / Appendices A to G / Contextualising the BSP and MHA in Marathwada / Of Peasant Kings and Bibliography / Index Untouchable Citizens: Caste Violence and Democratisation of Public Spaces / POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS Jameen Aamchya Hakkachi: Politics of Land Rights and Advocacy NGOs / The 2016 • 276 pages • Paperback (9789386042279) • ` 325.00 Imagined “Bahujan”: Caste and Cultural Repertoires of BSP / Beyond Mahar Dominance: The Making of Phule-Ambedkarite Mangs in MHA / Electoral Recommended for UG and PG students of Sociology, Political Science Politics and Dalit Freedoms / Between High Democracy and Low Civility: Why and History Dalits need a Civil Society? / Glossary / References / Index 2013 • 276 pages • Hardback (9788132113089) • ` 850.00

7A Dalit Sociology / Ethnic & Minority Studies

BRIDGING THE FROM THE MARGINS TO SOCIAL GAP THE MAINSTREAM Perspectives on Dalit Institutionalising Minorities in Empowerment South Asia Edited by Sukhadeo Thorat Chairman, Edited by Hugo Gorringe Senior Indian Council of Social Science Lecturer in Sociology, University of Research, and Former Chairman, Edinburgh, Roger Jeffery Professor University Grants Commission, New of Sociology of South Asia, University Delhi and Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal of Edinburgh and Suryakant Director, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, Waghmore Associate Professor and New Delhi Chairperson, Centre for Social Justice and Governance, Tata Institute of Social The book addresses four interrelated Sciences, Mumbai issues. It conceptualises exclusion-linked deprivation of excluded and indigenous groups in Indian society This book is a brilliant analysis of the socio-political processes that and elaborates the concept and meaning of social exclusion in help us understand the challenges faced by marginalized populations general, and of caste, untouchability and ethnicity-based exclusion for representation and recognition in India. The premise of democratic in particular. It then presents the status of disadvantaged groups of politics is that all citizens are equal and have an equal right to a say in Dalit and Adivasi and captures inter-social group inequalities in the national politics. This definition of democracy, however, is observed attainment of human development. far more in the breach than in practice. Muslims, Dalits and Adivasis continue their struggle to seek entry into the institution from which CONTENTS they seem to be barred. Introduction / Sukhadeo Thorat and Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal / Exclusion, Deprivation and Human Development: Conceptual Framework to Study CONTENTS Excluded Groups / Sukhadeo Thorat, Arjan de Haan and Nidhi Sadana Foreword by James Manor / Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction: Sabharwal / Government Policy against Discrimination and for Empowerment / Institutionalising Marginal Actors in South Asia—Processes, Policies, Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal / Exclusion and Discrimination: The Contemporary Practices and Pitfalls / Hugo Gorringe, Roger Jeffery and Suryakant Scenario / Sukhadeo Thorat and Prashant Negi / Human Development and Waghmore / Identity, Citizenship and Hindu–Muslim Conflict in India / Abdul Human Poverty by Social Groups / Sukhadeo Thorat and S Venkatesan / Shaban / Political Power and Democratic Enablement: Devaraj Urs and Lower Levels and Patterns of Consumption Expenditure of Social Groups / Ashwini Caste Mobilisation in / Valerian Rodrigues / ‘We Are Still Junglis Deshpande / Levels and Disparities in Poverty / Arjan de Haan and Amaresh to Them’: Institutionalising Marginalities amongst the Adivasis in Dooars / Dubey / Literacy and Educational Levels / Sachidanand Sinha / Housing and Supurna Banerjee / Rise of Adivasi Janajati Movement and ’s Political Household Amenities / Sachidanand Sinha / Health and Nutritional Status / Interregnum / Jeevan Raj Sharma / Institutionalising Marginal Actors in Uttar Vijay Kumar Baraik and P M Kulkarni / Occupational Pattern / M Thangaraj / Pradesh and Tamil Nadu: Insights from Dalit Electoral Data / Roger Jeffery Access to Agricultural Land and Capital Assets / R S Deshpande and and Hugo Gorringe / From the Cheris to Chennai: Dalit Politics in Tamil Nadu / Mahamallik / Employment and Unemployment Situation: Rural and Urban / Hugo Gorringe / Challenging Normalised Exclusion: Humour and Hopeful Sukhadeo Thorat and Chittaranjan Senapati / Reservation and Share in Public Rationality in Dalit Politics / Suryakant Waghmore / Contentious Spaces: Guru Employment / Sukhadeo Thorat and Chittaranjan Senapati / The Road Ahead: Pujas as Public Performances and the Production of Political Community / D Dalits in the New Millennium / Sukhadeo Thorat and Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal / Karthikeyan / Institutionalising Peace? Mohalla Committees in Contemporary Bibliography / Index Mumbai / Qudsiya Contractor / Institutionalising Informal Socialities: Dalit 2014 • 308 pages • Hardback (9788132113119) • ` 1050.00 Urban Poor in Dharavi / Martin Fuchs / India and the Management of Ethnic Diversity: The Unfinished Business of Accommodation / Wilfried Swenden / Glossary and Abbreviations / Index 2016 • 332 pages • Hardback (9789351506232) • ` 950.00 LIFE AS A DALIT Views from the Bottom on Caste in India BECOMING MINORITY Edited by Subhadra Mitra Channa How Discourses and Policies Scholar-in-Residence, University of Produce Minorities in Europe South Carolina and Joan P Mencher and India Chair, The Second Chance Foundation Edited by Jyotirmaya Tripathy and Life as a Dalit looks at caste society from Sudarsan Padmanabhan Department the point of view of the Dalits, focusing of Humanities and Social Sciences, on their worldview, emotions, and critical Indian Institute of Technology, Madras appraisal of their own position and of the higher groups. It is a volume based on This book will make you revisit the the critical perspectives provided by ‘minority question’ as it has been scholars who have turned around the understood, conventionally. It subjects more acclaimed and accepted theories of caste society privileging to scrutiny some of the well-established the Brahmanical and textual interpretations of casts. social science concepts such as minority, ethnicity, inclusion, exclusion, and self-determination, among others. ABRIDGED CONTENTS The purpose of the enquiry is neither to debunk these concepts nor Introduction: Looking Up at Caste: Discrimination in Everyday Life in India to highlight their relevance / irrelevance, but merely to guard against THEORIZING MARGINALITY / DOING FIELDWORK AMONG THE DALITS / their unselective usage by scholars. RELIGION AND GENDER / FIGHTING THE SYSTEM: DALIT RESPONSES TO OPRESSION / Conclusions / Joan P Mencher / Index ABRIDGED CONTENTS 2013 • 492 pages • Hardback (9788132111238) • ` 1550.00 Preface / THE MAKING OF MINORITY / THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE / THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE / Index 2014 • 376 pages • Hardback (9789351500353) • ` 1050.00

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HINDUISMHIN IN INDIA PUBLIC HINDUISMS Modern and Contemporary Edited by John Zavos Manchester Movements University, Pralay Kanungo School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru Edited by Will Sweetman Associate University, New Delhi, Deepa S Reddy Professor of Asian Religions, University University of Houston-Clear Lake, USA of Otago and Aditya Malik Professor and Director, India Outreach Programs, and Dean, School of Historical Studies, University of Houston System, Maya Nalanda University, Bihar Warrier University of Wales, Trinity St David and Raymond Williams Series Editor: Geoffrey A Oddie Wabash College This book responds to debates Public Hinduisms critically analyses the surrounding Hinduism in the colonial and way in which Hinduism is produced and contemporary periods. It emphasizes on represented as an established feature of Hinduism as it arose and developed in the modern public landscapes. It examines the mediation, representation subcontinent itself—an approach which facilitates greater attention and construction of multiple forms of Hinduism in a variety of social to detail and an understanding of the specific context in which new and political contexts, and in the process establishes it as a dynamic movements and changes have taken place. and developing modern concept. The essays in this volume are CONTENTS divided into themes that address different aspects of the processes that form modern Hinduism. The book includes discussions on topics Introduction: Hinduism in India / Acknowledgments / The Emergence and such as ecumenical initiatives, the contemporary interpretation of Significance of the term “Hinduism” / Geoffrey A. Oddie / Hinduism and Modernity / Will Sweetman / Hinduism and Law / Timothy Lubin / Hinduism particular sampradaya and guru traditions, modes of community and Economics / Thomas Birtchnell / The Sacred in Modern Hindu Politics: mobilisation and the mediation strategies of different groups. It Historical Processes Underlying Hinduism and Hindutva / Robert Eric also provides India and diaspora-focused case studies as well as Frykenberg / Media Hinduism / Ursula Rao / Modern Hindu Guru Movements / 'Snapshot' views elaborating on different themes. Michael James Spurr / Folk Hinduism: The Middle Ground? / Aditya Malik / Hinduism and Healing / Fabrizio Ferrari / Possession / Elizabeth Schömbucher / CONTENTS The Urban Hindu Arranged Marriage in Contemporary Indian Society / Reshmi Preface / PART 1: RESEARCHING PUBLIC HINDUISMS / John Zavos / Lahiri-Roy / On Hinduism and Caste / Vinay Kumar Srivastava / Index Public Hinduisms: An Introduction / John Zavos / Will the Real Mango Please Stand Up? Reflections on Defending Dharma and Historicising HINDUISM IN INDIA Hinduism / Shana Sippy / Engaging the 'Practitioner': Boundary Politics 2016 • 356 pages • Hardback (9789351500995) • ` 795.00 in the Academic Study of Hinduism / Maya Warrier / Snapshot: Scholars and Practitioners, A Personal Reflection / Raymond Brady Williams / PART 2: ECUMENICAL CONSTRUCTIONS / Raymond Brady Williams / Ecumenical Constructions: An Introduction / Raymond Brady Williams / Hindu Organisation and the Negotiation of Public Space in Contemporary Britain / John Zavos / What Is American about American Hinduism? Hindu HINDU SOCIAL S Umbrella Organisations in the United States in Comparative Perspective / Prema Kurien / Snapshot: Devotional Fandom: The Temple ORGANIZATION of Pappu Sardar / Shalini Kakar / Fusing the Ideals of the Math with the Ideology of the Sangh? Vivekananda Kendra, Ecumenical Hinduism and A Study of the Socio- Hindu Nationalism / Pralay Kanungo / Sathya Sai Baba: At Home Abroad Psychological and Ideological in Midwestern America / Chad Baumann / Snapshot: 'Practising Hindus', Hindutva and Multiculturalism / Balmurli Natrajan / PART 3: TRADITIONS Foundations AND TRANSFORMATIONS / Maya Warrier / Traditions and Transformations: An Introduction / Maya Warrier / Representations of Swaminarayan Hinduism / Fourth Edition Raymond Brady Williams / Praying for Peace and Amity: The Shri Shirdi Sai Late Pandharinath H Prabhu First Heritage Foundation Trust / Karline McLain / Who Are the Madhvas? A Director of School of Psychology, Controversy Over the Public Representation of the Madhva Sampradaya / Kiyokazu Okita / Snapshot: The California Textbook Controversy / Deepa Education and Philosophy, S. Reddy / The Power of Boundaries: Transnational Links among Gujarat University Pranamis of India and Nepal / Gérard Toffin / Snapshot: Rethinking Social Movements / Rethinking Hindu Nationalism / Amrita Basu / PART 4: This comprehensive, systematic and COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION / Pralay Kanungo / Community Mobilisation: integrated exposition of Hindu social An Introduction / Pralay Kanungo / Hindutva's Hinduism / Tanika Sarkar / From psychology and institutions provides a vivid understanding of the Jauhar to Jijabai: Samiti and Sena Women in Mumbai, and the Reconfiguring difficult subject. The author has shown with remarkable clarity and of 'History' / Namrata Ganneri and Atreyee Sen / Snapshot: Work-in-Progress: lucidity how Hindu civilization has influenced society to form a The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha on the Web / Hanna Kim / Hindu Trans- distinct cultural pattern of its own. Hindu Social Organization has nationalisms: Organizations, Ideologies, Networks / Deepa S Reddy / been received with acclaim by a number of very important social American Hindu Activism and the Politics of Anxiety / Arun Chaudhuri / 'Does scientists in India as well as in Europe and America. This Offend You?' Hindu Visuality in the United States / Ritu Khanduri / PART FIVE: MEDIATING HINDUISMS / Deepa S. Reddy / Mediating Hinduisms: An CONTENTS Introduction / Deepa S. Reddy / Modern Guru and Old Sampradaya: How a Nath Yogi Anniversary Festival Became a Performance on Hinduism / Foreword by Dr S Radhakrishna / Extracts from Preface to the First Edition / Veronique Bouillier / Snapshot: The Sangh Parivar and Bhutanese Refugees: Extracts from Preface to the Second Edition / Preface to the Third Edition / A Constructing a Hindu Diaspora in the United States / / Media Word on the Fourth Edition / Prologue / The Bases of Human Relations—The Savvy or Media Averse? The Ramakrishna Math and Mission's Use of the Problem of Existence and Its Implications / The Social Psychology of the Media in Representing Itself and a Religion Called 'Hinduism' / Gwilym System of the Four Asramas / The Social Psychology of Education / Marriage / Beckerlegge / The BAPS Swaminarayan Temple Organisation and its Publics / The Family / Attitude towards the Woman—And Her Place in the Society / The Hanna Kim / The Perfect World of BAPS: Media and Urban Dramaturgies in a Four Varnas / Epilogue / Bibliography / Index Globalised Context / Christiane Brosius / Krishna Consciousness, Hinduism POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS and Religious Education in Britain / Maya Warrier / Index 2016 • 272 pages • Paperback (9789386042231) • ` 350.00 2012 • 536 pages • Hardback (9788132107408) • ` 995.00

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addresses the knowledge gap by using a national sample survey THE PARSIS OF INDIA and case studies for a situational analysis of elderly Parsis in the Continuing at the Crossroads community. It helps understand the Parsi elderly's living conditions, their status in the family and the community, the nature of support Four-Volume Set systems that exist for their well-being and their views and preferences for various services, and views of institutionalised elderly were also Series Edited by Armaity S Desai Chairperson, University elicited with regard to their perceptions towards varied dimensions Grants Commission, Delhi (1995-99) and Director, Tata Institute of their living conditions. Based on the findings, a detailed action of social Sciences, Mumbai (1982-95), and Principal, College of plan has been provided by keeping in mind various stakeholders Social Work, Mumbai University (1969-1982) and Shalini Bharat associated with the well-being of the Parsi elderly in India. Dy Director (Academic) & Professor, Centre for Health & Social Sciences in the School of Health Systems Studies, Tata Institute of CONTENTS Social Sciences, Mumbai VOLUME 1: THE INDIAN PARSIS: THEMES OLD AND NEW / Acknowledgements / Contents / Foreword S. Parasuraman / Preface The Parsis of India, a four-volume Series, is the first comprehensive Shernaz Cama / List of Tables and Figures / INTRODUCTION / The socio-psycho-demographic analysis of the Parsi community with a Parsis of India: Continuing at the Cross Roads Armaity S. Desai pan-India focus. It brings together scholarly articles and empirical and Shalini Bharat / SECTION I: PARSI HISTORY, DEMOGRAPHY work carried out simultaneously in multiple site locations using AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS / The Rise, Prominence mixed research approach. It is a book that is meant not only for and History of the Parsis Jesse S. Palsetia / Population Dynamics: academicians, researchers and policy-makers interested in the Parsi The Demographic Decline of the Parsis S. Siva Raju and D.P. community, and in minority communities more generally, but also for Singh / Lowest-low Fertility (LLF) and the Parsis: Commonalities the community people and its leadership. The study includes data and Differences with other LLF Countries Shalini Bharat / The regarding the socialisation patterns of the Parsi youth, questions Economically-Vulnerable Parsis: A Study of Beneficiaries of Charity related to their family, neighbourhood interactions; experiences Anita Rath and Rakhshandah A. Hani / Dynamics of Charity in the Parsi related to education and work; perceptions about marriage; Community Anita Rath / Issues in Studying a Minority Community: lifestyle expressions; practice of religion; their Zoroastrian identity Field Notes from Studies on Parsi Youth and the Elderly Lata Narayan within the larger Indian identity; and challenges faced by the Parsi and S. Siva Raju / SECTION II: SOME MYTHS AND REALITIES community. This major study has been helmed by TISS, Mumbai OF THE PARSI ZOROASTRIAN COMMUNITY: SYNTHESIS OF and PARZOR Foundation. RESEARCH EVIDENCE / A Profile of the Family, Youth and the Elderly Vol 1: The Indian Parsis: Themes Old and New edited by Shalini Armaity S. Desai / Marriage, Family, Reproduction: Implications Bharat and Armaity S Desai for Demographic Decline Armaity S. Desai / Issues and Concerns: A comprehensive multi-disciplinary review and analysis of the Community Perceptions Armaity S. Desai / Beyond The Cross- historical, socio-economic, demographic and socio-psychological Roads: A Forward Look Armaity S. Desai / List of Abbreviations / dimensions of the Parsi community, an ethno-religious minority of References / About the Editors and Contributors / Index India, in the backdrop of its demographic decline. This is the first of VOLUME 2: CONTEMPORARY PARSIS: MARRIAGE, FAMILY a four-volume series on the Parsis of India. AND COMMUNITY / Preface / Foreword / Acknowledgements / Vol 2: Contemporary Parsis: Marriage, Family and Community List of Tables / List of Figures / Introduction- The Indian Parsis: by Shalini Bharat Narratives of Change and Continuity / The Study: Design, Strategy This volume explores the socio-cultural dimensions of the and Participants’ Profiles / Contemporary Parsis: Housing, Migration Parsi demographic decline from the community’s perspective. and Charity Utilisation / Contemporary Parsis: Religion, Culture and The volume presents insights into how the rapidly declining Identity / Community ‘flashpoints’: Debates and Dialogues / Marriage: ethno-religious minority community of Parsis perceives and Significance, Patterns and Dynamics / Understanding Marital understands its demographic challenges and opportunities for Delays and Non-Marriage / Marrying out: Attitudes, Experiences survival. 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REFRACTIONSRE OF ISLAM STATE FORMATION AND IN INDIA THE ESTABLISHMENT OF Situating Sufism and Yoga NON-MUSLIM Carl W Ernst Kenan Distinguished Professor of Islamic studies, HEGEMONY Department of Religious Studies, Post-Mughal 19th-century University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Punjab The essays in this book explore Rishi Singh School of Oriental and Sufism as it developed in the Indian African Studies, University of London subcontinent, including translations of previously unavailable texts, and This book explores one of the most revealing unexpected insights into the crucial factors leading to the non-Islamic lives, practices, and teachings of Indian paradigm in the political and social Muslims over nearly a thousand years. They also trace remarkable fabric of Punjab—the emergence of a Sikh ‘space’ from the time of moments in the history of Muslim engagement with Indian religious advent of the gurus. It examines the Punjab state under Maharaja and cultural practices. This includes not only Muslim participation Ranjit Singh and his rightful domination over the majority Muslim in and literature, but also the extraordinary role that Sufis subjects. The conversion of Punjabis both from Hindu and Muslim have played in the practice of yoga. Employing new approaches to backgrounds to Sikhism began to create problems for the Muslim religious studies that avoid essentialism and ideological concepts of elites in Punjab, even though Muslim and Sikh leaderships engaged religion, and shorn of unnecessary jargon, these compelling essays with each other. will be easily accessible to a larger audience. CONTENTS CONTENTS Acknowledgements / Introduction / Emergence of Sikh Space and Contesting Preface / Acknowledgments / Sufism and Islam in South Asia / From Religious Identities / Emergence of Sikh Hegemony and Its Legitimacy Over Hagiography to Martyrology: Conflicting Testimonies to a Sufi Martyr of the Muslim Elites in 18th-century Punjab / The Process of Change: From Muslim Delhi Sultanate / Forgotten Sources on / The Interpretation of Elites to Non-Muslim Elites in 19th-century Punjab / State Formation: The the Classical Sufi Tradition in India: The Shama'il al-atqiya' of Rukn al-Din Issue of Legitimacy among Muslim Subjects / Conclusion / Appendices / Kashani / Persecution and Circumspection in the Shattari Sufi Order / The Glossary / Bibliography / Index Daily Life of a Saint, Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1624), by Badr al-Din Sirhindi / 2015 • 248 pages • Hardback (9789351500759) • ` 895.00 Islam and Sufism in Contemporary South Asia / Reconfiguring South Asian Islam: From the 18th to 19th Century / Sufism, Yoga and Indian Religions / Sufism and Yoga According to Muhammad Ghawth / Admiring the Works of the Ancients: The Ellora Temples as Viewed by Indo-Muslim Authors / The Islamization of Yoga in the Amrtakunda Translations / Muslim Studies of Hinduism? A Reconsideration of Persian and Arabic Translations from / Situating Sufism and Yoga / Two Versions of a Persian Text on LIVING THE QUR'AN IN Yoga and Cosmology: Attributed to Shaykh Mu`in al-Din Chishti / Fragmentary Versions of the Apocryphal “Hymn of the Pearl” in Arabic, Turkish, Persian, and OUR TIMES Urdu / Accounts of Yogis in Arabic and Persian Historical and Travel Texts / Jamal Khwaja Former Dean, Faculty Fayzi's Illuminationist Interpretation of Vedanta: The Shariq al-ma‘rifa / Being of Arts, Muslim University Careful with the Goddess: Yoginis in Persian and Arabic Texts / The Limits of Universalism in Islamic Thought: The Case of Indian Religions / A 14th-Century A book of divine revelation...[The Persian Account of Breath Control and Meditation / Traces of Shattari Sufism and Yoga in North Africa / Indian Lovers in Arabic and Persian Guise: Azad book] is an excellent starting point, Bilgrami’s Depiction of Nayikas / A Persian Philosophical Defense of Vedanta / not that it would teach you all about Bibliography of the Publications of Carl W. Ernst / Index the Qur’an, but it will certainly teach you the way to read it. SAGE YODA PRESS 2016 • 520 pages • Hardback (9789351508915) • ` 995.00 The Tribune In a world where powerful lobbies are vilifying the Qur'an as the underlying cause of conflicts-conflicts that are actually rooted in greed and the ABOUT THE AUTHOR self-serving secular politics of oil, occupation and social injustice- how can non-Muslims discover the authentic teachings of the Qur'an? How can they work with Muslims to overcome mutual Carl W Ernst is the William R. Kenan, Jr., suspicions, stereotyping, and self-serving propaganda? A starting Distinguished Professor of Islamic studies at the point is would be to recognize that Muslims worldwide are engaged Department of Religious Studies (2005–) and in diverse and robust internal debates. While it is an integral part of Co-director of the Carolina Center for the Study the Islamic faith that the Qur'an is the infallible "Word of God," the of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations at plain fact is that there is significant disagreement among the faithful over what the revealed texts mean or imply on a host of issues. In the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Living the Qur'an in Our Times, the author combines theological USA. insight and philosophical erudition to delve into the semantics of the Qur'an and its vision. Professor Ernst has received research fellowships from the Fulbright program, the CONTENTS National Endowment for the Humanities. 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BEING MUSLIM AND A MOVING FAITH WORKING FOR PEACE Mega Churches Go South Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Edited by Jonathan D James Edith Gujarat Cowan University, Perth Raphael Susewind University of "In A Moving Faith by Dr Jonathan Bielefeld and University of Oxford James, we see for the first time in a single coherent volume, not Adds to the academic discourse by only that global Christianity in the focussing on Muslim peace workers mega church is on the rise, but and activists in the state of Gujarat.... in a concrete way, we are able to the book is a rare collection of brave observe in detail what this looks like accounts of people, asserting different across a wide variety of locations, identities. 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It from the South enriches the North, for instance, Pope Francis brings challenges popular notions about Muslims in India and questions newness, freshness, and the vigor characteristic of the South. ill-conceived research designs in the sociology of religion. More than a decade after the 2002 riots in Gujarat, this empirical typology ABRIDGED CONTENT sheds light on the diversity of Muslim civil society and Muslims in List of Abbreviations / Foreword Virginia Garrard-Burnett / A Moving Faith: civil society. An Introduction Jonathan D James / I: UNDERSTANDING SOUTHERN CHRISTIANITY / II: MEGA CHURCHES IN AFRICA / III: MEGA CHURCHES CONTENTS IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC / IV: MEGA CHURCHES IN LATIN AMERICA / Index Religion in Conflict / Why Individuals Matter / Faith-based Actors / Secular 2014 • 260 pages • Hardback (9789351500582) • ` 850.00 Technocrats / Emancipating Women / Doubting Professionals / Ambivalence and Ambiguity / Epilogue: An Activist's Comments / References / Index 2012 • 180 pages • Hardback (9788132110422) • ` 650.00 ON WORLD RELIGIONS Diversity, Not Dissension Edited by Anindita N Balslev MUSLIM BACKWARD Philosopher, India and Denmark CLASSES Swamiji attended the World Parliament A Sociological Perspective of Religions at Chicago in 1893 as a true representative of his country and Azra Khanam , religion. Through his speeches at New Delhi Chicago, and his subsequent work in This book presents the sociological America and England, [he] showed the perspectives on Muslim OBCs as a universal relevance and significance of category determined by the Indian State. India’s ancient philosophy and spiritual Although Muslims constitute an important culture in solving many of the problems part of the population and are the second associated with modern living. largest religious community in the world, Shri Pranab , The President of India as well as in India, social scientists rarely undertake this community to analyze their This book presents a brief survey of various approaches to religion socioeconomic and educational development. Muslim Backward and offers different perspectives of religious diversity. Scholars and Classes provides a comprehensive explanation of the origin and philosophers of many religious traditions examine the social and cultural meaning of the term “backward class,” followed with the historical issues that lie at the interstices of this religious diversity. The volume perspectives of Muslim backwardness in India. throws light on several mega trends—knowledge revolution, a new kind of humanism stressing on the rights of underprivileged people, equality CONTENTS of gender, and protection against all forms of exploitation, injustice Preface / Introduction / An Overview of Muslims in India / Origin of Backward along with the awareness toward environmental concerns, as well as Classes / Muslim Backwardness in India / Stratification among Muslims spiritual revolution—all characteristics of a new age. in India: A Caste, Class Debate / Sociological Dimensions among Muslim OBCs / Internal Dynamics among Muslim OBCs: An Interpretation / Millennium ABRIDGED CONTENT Development Goals and Muslim OBCs / Conclusion / Appendix 1: India’s Inaugural Address Shri Pranab Mukhherjee, President of India / Foreword MDG Framework: Goals, Targets, and Indicators / Appendix 2. The Central / Introduction Anindita N Balslev / I: TEACHINGS AND Government Schemes and Commissions for the Minorities / Appendix 3. TRADITIONS / II: SOME ISSUES IN THE CONTEXT OF RELIGIOUS Central List of OBCs for the State of Uttar Pradesh / Appenidix 4. Questionnaire / DIVERSITY / III: CONVERSATIONS WITH EMINENT PERSONALITIES / About Bibliography / Index Cross Cultural Conversation / About Indian Council for Cultural Relations 2013 • 316 pages • Hardback (9788132111672) • ` 850.00 2014 • 320 pages • Hardback (978813211834-3) • ` 995.00

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A Journey through India’s Art and Culture

Foreword by

Edited by Devina Dutt Corporate Communications Consultant, Writer and Editor and Mukta Rajadhyaksha Theatre Critic, Media Person and Columnist Pathfinders is an invaluable collection that traces the evolution of different art forms in India. Featuring in-depth and visually rich narratives on both the history and the history makers of Indian art forms since 1950, the set contains six dedicated volumes on Music, Visual Arts, Dance, Literature, Theatre and Cinema. Each volume contains an ‘introductory piece’ describing the evolution of the particular art form, and an ‘end piece’ which discusses its contemporary relevance. There are exclusive interviews with legends from their fields interspersed with biographies of exponents of a particular art form. The narrative is rich with facts and interesting anecdotes, while a rare collection of photographs add grandiose to the entire set. 2015 • 848 pages • Paperback (9788132118947) • ` 15000.00

VOLUME I: MUSIC It is said of music that it is something like the dripping of water from a pitcher; as one drop falls, another gathers to fall. It is neither sudden nor coincidental but part of a well-knit design. This book brings to you these drops, these musicians, the and their khayal. From Ustaad to Kumar Ghandharva and from Pt. Shankar to A.R. Rahman, the volume charts out the journey of music in independent India through the lives and works of its most talented practitioners and patrons. This book is an attempt to capture moments from recent history that have shaped Hindustani music as we know it today. Open its pages to celebrate the symphony and silences of ‘Music’.

CONTENTS: Note from Shashi Vyas / Note from the Editors Devina Dutt and Mukta Rajadhyaksha / Foreword Zakir Hussain / Introduction: Aroon Tikekar / Music from North India: The Dynamics of Changing Traditions and Trends Aneesh Pradhan / from 1950–2010: Modern Interpretations of An Ancient Art Chitravina N Ravikiran / in Conversation with Ashok Vajpeyi / in Conversation with / Profiles / Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar / Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan / Pandit Jagannathbua Purohit / Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer / G N Balasubramaniam / Pannalal Ghosh / Tanjavur Brinda / Palaghat T S Mani Iyer / Ustad Amir Khan / / M S Subbulakshmi / Ustad Allarakha / D K Pattammal / C R Vyas / / / T R Mahalingam / Tanjore Viswanathan / Ustad / Pandit / / / / / / Zakir Hussain / Film Music: A Post-Republic Retrospective Hrishikesh Dixit / Glossary

VOLUME II: VISUAL ARTS What constitutes visual art? Is it only painting, sculpture and drawing or also the inclusion of a wide range of media, including photography, video, the installation, the social project and public art in which artists and audience collaborate to produce a work of art? The book traces this journey from the 1940s till the current decade, offering an interesting visual story of each decade. This story is not only about artists, but also about critics, theorists, curators, gallerists, collectors and institution-builders, all of whom have played their role in the growth of . Encyclopaedic in its scope and miniaturist in detailing, the volume is a must have for connoisseurs of visual art in India. CONTENTS: The Artist’s Journey: A Story of Six Decades / Sudhir Patwardhan in Conversation with Ranjit Hoskote / Navjot Altaf in Conversation with Nancy Adajania / Profiles / / / K C S Paniker / K K Hebbar / Chittaprosad Bhattacharya / M F Husain / K G Subramanyan / V S Gaitonde / F N Souza / / J Swaminathan / / / / / Vivan Sundaram / Nalini Malani / / Bose Krishnamachari / Atul Dodiya / Subodh Gupta / The Third Field of Indian Art Ranjit Hoskote

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VOLUME III: DANCE When she made her first move, she created an art form. Dance first came out of the temples of and evolved into a formombining c literature, music and theatre. But was it easy for this initially unsophisticated art form to be accommodated in the social milieu of the day? How did , Kathak, and Manipuri become an acceptable form of artistic expression? This book is the story of evolution of the dance forms in India. From its traditional custodians to its latest globalised avatar, the volume choreographs the journey of abhinaya and brings to life for the readers, one of our most cherished performing arts—dance. CONTENTS: A Rich and Fragmented Heritage by Devina Dutt and Prakriti Kashyap / in Conversation with Anjana Rajan / in Conversation with Gowri Ramnarayan / Profiles / / Guru Paimkulam Rama Chakyar / Pandit / / T / / Guru Bipin Singh and The Jhaveri Sisters / / / / / Kumari Kamala / / Yamini Krishnamurti / Sathyabhama and / / / / Pandit Durga / Sucheta Bhide Chapekar / Forgotten Rhythms Prakriti Kashyap / Glossary

VOLUME IV: LITERATURE Literature narrates the nation. Indian literature, it is said often, narrates not one but multiple nations. This book captures the history of Indian literary genres of poetry, fiction and drama. It looks at the progression of Indian literature after Independence as a series of responses to the postcolonial situation. It highlights the need to go beyond the established norms of literature and accept an alternative body of work. Experience literature in India through the writers—Firaq, Manto, Chugtai, and many others—the works they inked, the movements they inspired and how the nation changed thereafter. CONTENTS: Negotiating Heterogeneity: Indian Literature after Independence by K Satchidanandan / Krishna Baldev Vaid in conversation with Nirupama Dutt / Dr U R Ananthamurthy in conversation with Gowri Ramnarayan / Profiles / / Tarashankar Bandopadhyay / Jibanananda Das / Dr K Shivarama Karanth / Vaikkom Mohammad Basheer / B S Mardhekar / Ashapurna Devi / / Umashankar Joshi / / Saadat Hasan Manto / Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai / Sachi Routray / Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh / Gopalakrishna Adiga / Suresh Joshi / Vinda Karandikar / / Phanishwarnath Renu / Krishna Sobti / Mahasweta Devi / / / O V Vijayan / K Ayyappa Panikar / / Sujatha (S Rangarajan) / Holding a Mirror to Shifting Equations by Nina Martyris

VOLUME V: THEATRE Every now and then it is declared that theatre will be dead. And every time it has survived this morbid prophecy. This book brings together the important question of what is theatre, or rather what should be theatre, and finds the answer to its survival. From traditional performances in temples to folk expression, the book looks at the evolution of theatre to its modern avatar and discovers that at each stage, theatre has been honest to its time. Be it Nautanki, or as a progressive mass mobilization medium, theatre lives in its immediacy and intimacy. It is this magic of theatre which this book captures, through its many characters and artistes who when the curtain is drawn become ‘one’—performers. CONTENTS: The Collective Theatres of India: A Celebration of Style and Content by / in Conversation with Mukta Rajadhyaksha / in Conversation with Gowri Ramnarayan / Profiles / / P L Deshpande / / / Badal Sircar / / / Kavalam Narayana Pannikar / / B V Karanth / K V Subbanna / / / / / / Usha Ganguli / / / Neelam Mansingh Chowdhury / B Jayashree / / : A Confluence of Genres by Mukta Rajadhyaksha/ About the Editors and Contributors

VOLUME VI: CINEMA A ‘real’ life story of the ‘reel’. This book encapsulates the history of Indian cinema from its humble origins in the silent era to its contemporary and technology-driven age. Frame by frame it discovers cinema—popular and parallel, mainstream and regional. With cinema being the newest art form, mixing technology with classical and folk traditions, this volume culminates in analysing one of the largest film industries in the world, the Hindi film industry.

By scouring through the pages of this book the reader is transported to the extraordinary world of 70 mm. CONTENTS: A Kaleidoscope of Forms by Maithili Rao / in Conversation with Mukta Rajadhyaksha and Devina Dutt / in Conversation with Devina Dutt and Dr Shoma A Chatterjee / Profiles / V Shantaram / / / / / / / / K Balachander / / / / G Aravindan / / / / / / Saeed Mirza / Mira Nair / / The Magic of the Movies: The Hindi Film Industry by Deepa Gahlot


Devina Dutt is a Mumbai-based corporate communications consultant, writer and editor She has translated film scripts by Gulzar and Shyam Benegal into English She writes on the arts and is a regular contributor to The Hindu

Mukta Rajadhyaksha is a Mumbai-based theatre critic and media person who has been a regular contributor to , Mumbai A translator from Marathi to English, she has translated the play Mahatma Vs Gandhi and has also co-directed a three-part television serial on Marathi theatre after 1947

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PERFORMINGPE Seconds with SHAKESPEARE IN INDIA Shormishtha Panja and Exploring Indianness, Literatures and Cultures Babli Moitra Saraf Edited by Shormishtha Panja Director, Institute of Lifelong Learning, University of Delhi and Babli Moitra Saraf Q. Any specific reason why you chose the most Principal, Indraprastha College for intriguing playwright - Shakespeare? Women, University of Delhi A. 2016 is the 400th death anniversary of Shakespeare Even while a conscious dismantling of colonization was happening since and events and publications are happening on a the 19th century, the Indian literati, global scale. We felt it was opportune to publish a intellectuals, scholars and dramaturges work that dealt exclusively with Shakespeare and were engaged in deconstructing the ultimate icon of colonial India, a little-explored area, with regard to perfor- presence—Shakespeare. This book delves into what constitutes Indianness in the postcolonial context by looking into the text and mance, cinema, illustration, translations and linguis- sub-text of the Bard of Avon’s plays adapted in visual culture, tic and cultural debates about Indianness. Hence the translation, stage performance and cinema. The book is an important book. The insight we gained was that the reception intervention in the ongoing explorations in social and cultural history, of Shakespeare in India is an entry point into a multi- as it explores how Shakespeare has impacted the emergence of layered discourse on identity, language, power and regional identities around questions of language and linguistic empowerment in various ways. It reveals an extraordinary negotiation cultural forms in India. of colonial and postcolonial identity issues—be it in language, in social and cultural practices or in art forms. Q. What is your perspective on the presence of Shakespeare in Indian cinema? CONTENTS Acknowledgements / Introduction / Shormishtha Panja and Babli Moitra Saraf / A. Shakespeare is now ubiquitous not just in Hindi cine- SHAKESPEARE AND INDIAN VISUAL CULTURE / “To Confine the Illimitable”: Visual and Verbal Narratives in Two Bengali Retellings of Shakespeare / ma but also in regional cinema. Bengali cinema alone Shormishtha Panja / CONTEMPORARY SHAKESPEARE PERFORMANCE has produced three filmsbasedon Shakespeare’s ON STAGE IN INDIA AND THE DIASPORA / Urban Histories and Vernacular plays in the last year. While the plots of Shakespear- Shakespeares in Bengal: Kolkatar Hamlet, Hemlet and Hamlet 2011 / Paromita Chakravarti / Shakespeare and the Re/vision of Indian Heritage ean drama have leant themselves to the cinematic in the Postcolonial British Context / Claire Cochrane / Indian Shakespeare treatment of , regional adaptations have in the World Shakespeare Festival / Thea Buckley / SHAKESPEARE AND brought out finer nuances such as the question of INDIAN FILM / The -figure in Three Indian Films: , Omkara and Saptapadi / Trisha Mitra / Shakespeareana to Shakespeare Wallah: caste rather than race in Kaliyattam (Othello) and the Selling or Doing Shakespeare in India / Paramita Dutta / TRANSLATION AND combination of Hindu folk baul and Muslim zenana ISSUES OF LANGUAGE AND POLITICS IN REGIONAL SHAKESPEARES / Mapping Shakespearean Translations in Indian Literatures / T S Satyanath / culture in (Romeo and Juliet). Shakespeare is a site “Murmuring Your Praise”: Shakespearean Echoes in Early Bengali Drama / that lends itself to expressiong the genius of Indian Sayantan Roy Moulick and Sandip Debnath / A Future Without Shakespeare / film-makers. Adapting Shakespeare to India is a dis- Jatindra K Nayak / IDENTITY AND THE POLITICS OF LANGUAGE / Does Shakespeare’s Text Even Matter? / Preti Taneja / Utpal Dutt and Macbeth covery less of universal values and more of the par- Translated / Naina Dey / SHAKESPEARE AND INDIAN ICONS / Tagore ticular and the niche in Indian culture. and Shakespeare: A Fraught Relationship / Radha Chakravarty / Mapping Shakespeare and : Early Indian Translations / Himani Kapoor / Q. What impact can this book bring into visual realm Glossary / Bibliography / Index of literature? 2016 • 280 pages • Hardback (9789351509745) • ` 750.00 A. The visual includes stage spectacle, cinema and art. Plays are always meant to be staged and stag- ing involves multi-media in the form of light, sound, ABOUT THE EDITORS costumes, backdrops, props and so on. The visual realm is ever present. There are multiple essays in Shormishtha Panj is Professor of English and the book on Indian and diasporic stsge productions Director, Institute of Lifelong Learning, University of Shakespeare and on contemporary indian films, of Delhi. She received her BA in English (Hons.) mostly regional, based on Shakespeare. The essays from Presidency College, Kolkata, and her PhD and explorations in the book may lead other readers from Brown University, where she was awarded the Jean Starr Untermeyer Fellowship. and researchers to explore yet uncharted territory by experimenting with newer methods of visual rep- Babli Moitra Saraf is the Principal of resentation. Or, as in the case of Shormishtha’s re- Indraprastha College for Women, University of search, it may help to focus on paintings and visual Delhi, where she is an Associate Professor in the representations of Shakespeare in India which are still Department of English and heads the department waiting to be explored. of Multimedia and Mass Communication. She received her MPhil degree in English and PhD in Sociology.

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Also by the same Author! BADAL SIRCAR Towards a Theatre of Conscience HABIB TANVIR Towards an Inclusive Theatre Anjum Katyal Consultant (Publications), Maulana Institute An engaging and erudite of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS), Kolkata comprehensive literary biography and Co-Director, Apeejay Kolkata of Habib Tanvir, the iconic Hindi Literary Festival and Urdu playwright, actor, director, journalist, manager, poet who strode An engrossing new biography of the Indian theatre like a colossus.... Kolkata’s theatre legend. Lucidly written Anjum Katyal’s stimulating study study on a man who displayed the kind explores in great detail the various of mettle, passion and morality rarely aspects of Tanvir’s theatre and his available in individuals. sense of purpose that led him in Mint one direction—building an inclusive A critical look at Badal Sircar’s oeuvre fills an important gap in theatre that would address social the history of Indian theatre...Katyal’s book, which explores new issues from a truly Indian point ground by devoting entire chapters to gender and technique of view. in Sircar’s theatre, is perhaps the most comprehensive critical The Hindu work on him. It will appeal to theatre scholars and practitioners Habib Tanvir: Towards an Inclusive Theatre explores various alike-not only for its rigorous scholarship but also because of important aspects of Tanvir’s theatre philosophy and practice as he the fascinating stories it narrates. experimented with content rather than form. Starting with his early life and work, Katyal charts his entire professional trajectory from Bazaar to Gaon Ka Naam Sasural, when he was searching A theatre lover needs to read this book. Those studying this for his true form, to Charandas Chor, which portrayed the eventual art, it will complement and supplement their learning. But for maturing of his style. ardent admirer’s of Badal Sircar’s craft, it is a must. The Hindu CONTENTS Foreword / Anuradha Kapur / Introduction: Making Space for the Oral Tradition [The book] throws light on a generous and unusual man and in Indian Theatre Today / Growing Up in Raipur, and Early Influences / The his unwavering commitment to his work Sircar’s life and work Bombay Years / New Directions: Delhi and Agra Bazaar / England, Europe not only inspires those involved in the theatre and the other and Brecht / Coming Home to Mitti Ki Gadi / Naya Theatre and Other arts but lay readers as well. Milestones / Charandas Chor / Working with the Chhattisgarhis / The Classics and Literature / Connecting with the Folk / Music, Song and Dance / The FrontLine Political Habib Tanvir / Appendices / List of Plays by Naya Theatre and Habib The first full-length study of Badal Sircar, who brought theatre to Tanvir / Awards, Honours and Milestones / Index the streets and to the masses in India! Badal Sircar (1925-2011) is 2012 • 248 pages • Hardback (9788132109518) • ` 650.00 one of the most important and influential figures in the history of post-independence Indian theatre. As a playwright, he contributed seminal texts which have inspired the country’s leading directors and continue to be produced by younger groups. In terms of form, he was responsible for Third (later called Free) Theatre, an urban theatre ABOUT THE AUTHOR which was alternative, non-proscenium, mobile and very physical. As a theorist and philosopher of Indian theatre, he opened up the discourse to include concerns with democratic human interaction Anjum Katyal is a Consultant (Publications), and a search for a more just and equitable society. As a teacher and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian mentor, he traveled widely across the country holding workshops Studies (MAKAIAS), Kolkata and Co-Director, which had a deep impact on hundreds of theatre workers, including Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival. She has a some major directors. This book is a full-length, detailed study background in education and teacher training. of Badal Sircar’s life and work, with its three distinct phases: the A published poet, she also sings the blues, and playwriting for the proscenium stage, with path-breaking texts like writes on theatre and the visual arts. Evam Indrajit, Pagla Ghoda and Baki Itihas; the departure to non- proscenium physical theatre focused on the actor, with its social critique and commitment to conscientisation; and the dissemination phase of extensive workshops and mentoring. CONTENTS Foreword by Amol Palekar / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Bitten by the Bug / The Early Years / Ebong Indrajit : The Game Changer / A Creative Year / Nigerian Interlude / An Established Playwright / Proscenium Farewell / Indoors and Outdoors / The Third Theatre / Devised Theatre / The Workshop Way / The Woman Question / Talking Politics / The Final Years / Appendix: List of Plays / Select Bibliography / Index 2015 • 308 pages • Hardback (9789351503705) • ` 995.00

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TAGORE AND THE ON INDIA FEMININE Self-image and Counter-image A Journey in Translations Edited by Anindita N Balslev Philosopher, India and Denmark Edited by Malashri Lal University of Delhi On India: Self-image and Counter- image looks at the philosophical and This book presents a range of religious as well as the sociopolitical ’s creative works, forces that are at work in the Indian cultural including translations of short stories, soil shaping multiple aspects of the lives essays, poems, memoirs, songs and of millions. The principal focus is on some plays from his vast corpus to show his images construed both by insiders and conception of the feminine and gender outsiders reflecting various aspects that identity that are relevant even today. are relevant for comprehending India. The editor establishes the search for The essays address two major concerns: Tagore’s engagement with the feminine as subject and agency, one is about how cross-cultural conversation on India should character and voice, philosophy and politics in this book. There is proceed today, noting some of the primary issues and concerns; rich cultural interplay as Tagore muses over the contrasting social the other is with regard to whether India has a core cultural image position of women in the ‘East’ and the ‘West’. He relies on Indian identifiable among the range of competing images, and if so, how traditions to understand them in the context of domestic ethics, to conceptualize its counter-image. marital institutions, parenting, empowerment, aesthetics and gender politics. The book includes new translations while presenting fresh CONTENTS insights into previously published works. Foreword / Karan Singh / Introduction / Is There a Core Cultural Self-Image of India? / Anindita N Balslev / Two : Gandhiji and Modern India / J CONTENTS Galtung / Time, Space and Self-Image in Indian Culture / / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Malashri Lal / Re-writing Tagore: Three Images of India / Balmiki Prasad Singh / Cross-Cultural Conversation Translation as performance / Radha Chakravarty / MEMOIRS / Childhood and Diplomacy / Shyam Saran / Politics of Democracy and the Politics (from Chhelebela) / Dipannita Datta / My life in my words (from Jeevansmriti) / of Religion in a Post-Secular Age / Ashis Nandy / Reviewing Images of Uma Dasgupta / LETTERS / To Mrinalini Debi / Malashri Lal / To Victoria India / Madhu Purnima Kishwar / Conceptualising India - the Given and Ocampo / Ketaki Kushari Dyson / To Indira Devi Chaudhurani, Sarojini the Borrowed / Kapil Kapoor / India as the Other in Partition Literature / Naidu, Maria Montessori and Margaret Sanger / Krishna Dutta and Andrew Sukrita Paul Kumar / Ensuring Harmony in a Pluralistic Society - Role of Robinson / FROM GITANJALI / The child who is decked with prince’s robes Government / D R Kaarthikeyan / Negotiating Compromises in Cross-Cultural (No. 8) / Where dost thou stand behind (No. 41) / I thought I should ask of Conversations / Dietmar Rothermund / Indias Image through the Lens of Italian thee (No. 52) / On the slope of the desolate river (No. 64) / She who ever had Travellers, from 1st Century AD to XX Century / Ugo Astuto / Index remained in the depth of my being (No. 66) / In desperate hope I go and search 2013 • 200 pages • Hardback (9788132110927) • ` 750.00 for her (No. 87) / POEMS / Bodily union (Deher Milan) / Malashri Lal / Woman unclothed (Bibashana) / Malashri Lal / Breasts (Staun) / Malashri Lal / The kiss (Chumban) / Malashri Lal / Elder sister (Didi) / Malashri Lal / Dream (Swapna) / Ketaki Kushari Dyson / When the ocean of creation (Kon kshane srijaner samudramanthane) / Soham Pain / Freedom (Mukti) / Sanjukta Dasgupta / Getting lost (Hariye jaoa) / Sanjukta Dasgupta / Remembering (Mone pora) / PERFORMING HERITAGE Uma Dasgupta / Last spring (Shesh basanta) / Charu Chowdhury / The image (Chhabi) / Charu Chowdhury / The guest (Atithi) / Soham Pain / Woman Art of Exhibit Walks empowered (Sabala) / Sukanta Chaudhuri / Ordinary woman (Sadharan meye) / Jadu Saha / Santhal girl (Saontal meye) / Malashri Lal / The earth (Prithibi) / Navina Jafa Director, Indian Cultural Joyasree Mukerji / SONGS / She sits by the window (O janalar kachhe boshe) / Heritage Research Aruna Chakravarti / Friend, dear friend (Olo sai) / Aruna Chakravarti / The sky resounds to our Mother’s call (Amra milechhi aj mayer dake) / Aruna A pioneering work on the technique Chakravarti / Whosoever may abandon you (Je tomay chhare chharuk) / and art of cultural representation Sanjukta Dasgupta / Mother, will you send your own son (Ma, ki tui porer through the medium of heritage walks! dware pathabi) / Sanjukta Dasgupta / O auspicious bride (Sumangali badhu) / Malashri Lal / Krishnakali (Krishnakali) / Soham Pain / I am Chitrangada (Ami The Hindu Chitrangada rajendro nondini) / Reba Som / She who dwelt in secret (Ei Centred in academic theory in the sharat alo-r kamol bane) / Aruna Chakravarti / EPICS AND MYTHOLOGY / A vision of India’s history / Rabindranath Tagore / Urbashi (Urbashi) / Charu area of exhibiting culture, this book Chowdhury / Dialogue between Kama and Kunti (Karna–Kunti sambad) / seeks to explore the art and politics Ketaki Kushari Dyson / Kacha and (Bidaay abhisaap) / Rabindranath of cultural representation. While thus Tagore / The mother’s prayer (Gandharir abedan) / Rabindranath Tagore / far this discussion has been restricted PLAY / Chitra (Chitra) / Rabindranath Tagore / SHORT STORIES / Profit and to the closed spaces of museums, exhibitions, cultural festivals loss (Denapaona) / William Radice / The housewife (Ginni) / Soham Pain / and the like, here, this densely interdisciplinary problematic is Kabuliwala (Kabuliwallah) / Malobika Chaudhuri / Mahamaya (Mahamaya) / approached through the unique and increasingly popular medium Malashri Lal / The girl between (Madhyabartini) / Krishna Dutta and Mary of Heritage Walks. Focusing on the idea of the living exhibit, the Lago / Giribala (Manbhanjan) / Rabindranath Tagore / The visitor (Atithi) / Malobika Chaudhuri / False hope (Durasha) / William Radice / The wife’s letter author employs her decades-long career in the field of academic (Streer patra) / Supriya Chaudhuri / Haimanti (Haimanti) / Joyasree Mukerji / cultural tourism and the performing arts to develop a uniquely critical The story of the Muslim woman (Musalmanir galpa) / Swapan Kumar Banerjee / frame and methodology for engaging with cultures in a dynamic and ESSAYS, LECTURES AND LETTERS TO THE EDITOR / The Indian ideal of performative manner. marriage / Rabindranath Tagore / Woman (from Personality) / Rabindranath Tagore / Woman and home / Rabindranath Tagore / TRAVELOGUES / Epistles CONTENTS from Europe (Europe-probashir patra) / Soham Pain / Travel Diary from Japan Foreword Richard Kurin / Preface / Introduction / Debating and Speculating (Japan jatrir diary) / Soham Pain / EPILOGUE / The path of your creation (Tomar Heritage / Functionality, Designing and Executing Walking Tours / Making of srishtir path) / Supriya Chaudhuri / Index a Study Leader / Walking Tours: Aspects of Economics and Culture / Walking 2015 • 372 pages • Paperback (9789351500674) • ` 1050.00 Exhibits as Brokering Culture / Conclusion / Glossary / Bibliography / Index 2012 • 256 pages • Paperback (9788132106999) • ` 550.00

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INFLUX CONSUMER CULTURE, Contemporary Art in Asia MODERNITY AND Edited by Parul Dave Mukherji, Naman P Ahuja and Kavita Singh IDENTITY School of Arts and Aesthetics, Edited by Nita Mathur Professor of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi Sociology, National Open University, New Delhi A pleasure to browse..t defines a lifetime of service and thought. It can stimulate A useful addition to the shelf of both the our minds, footnotes and ambition.... preacher and practitioner of marketing beautifully designed...the images are management..ritten by scholars are uniformly well reproduced...provides an experientially familiar with, and hence, intriguing glimpse into three important authentic in the subject.... The variety stands in the growing discourse on of themes on consumer culture as the contemporary art as it churns in India, challenging readers common and central issue brings ample credit to the editor’s to come to terms with the concerns central to this vibrant sourcing skills. scholarly discussion. The Hindu South Asian Studies This book offers analysis of articulation of consumer culture and InFlux: Contemporary Art in Asia brings together essays by modernity in everyday lives of people in a transnational framework. leading critics and curators to examine modern and contemporary It pursues three broad themes: lifestyle choices and construction of art practice and its discourses in Asia. Covering diverse regions modern identities; fashion and advertising; and subaltern concerns spanning China, India, Thailand, Iran, West Asia, Pakistan, and moral subjectivities. It juxtaposes empirical studies with Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Tibet, and Cambodia, the book examines theoretical traditions in addressing questions such as: How do their multiple modernities and the arrival of many Asias upon the people imagine modernity and identity in consumer culture? What contemporary art scene. does modernity or ‘being modern’ mean to people in different societies? Are modernity and tradition antithetical to or develop CONTENTS an interface with each other? The chapters in the book trace General Introduction / / I: CONTESTED TERRAINS AND CRITICAL manifestations and trajectories of consumer culture and modernity RE-IMAGININGS / Parul Dave Mukherji / The Illusions and Antagonisms of as they connect to develop a sense of renewed identity. Civilizational Exchange: Critical Reflections on Dismantling Asian Empires / Rustom Bharucha / The Elephant and The Ant: Chinese and Thai Art in CONTENTS the 1980s and 1990s / John Anthony Clark / Worlding Asia: A Conceptual Introduction / I: LIFESTYLE CHOICES AND CONSTRUCTION OF MODERNIST Framework for the First Delhi Biennale / Arshiya Lokhandwala / Cartographic IDENTITIES / The Rich and the Super-Rich: Mobility, Consumption and Necessities: Contemporary Practices and the Making of a Brave New World Luxury Lifestyles / Mike Featherstone / Shop Talk: Shopping Malls and / Gayatri Sinha / Curating Barbarians: Descriptions of a Visual Practice / Their Publics / Sanjay Srivastava / Consumer Agency of Urban Women Marian Pastor Roces / II: TROPES AND PLACES / Naman P Ahuja / Miniature, in India / Shelly Pandey / Modernity, Consumer Culture and Construction Monster, and : Curating Terror or Terror of Curating / Quddus Mirza of Urban Youth Identity in India: A Disembedding Perspective / Nita / An Honest Engagement with the Pitfalls (and Perks) of the Ethnic (Rubric) Mathur / Imagining Identity in the Age of Internet and Communication / Negar Azimi / Retrieving the Far West: Toward a Curatorial Representation Technologies / Robert Rattle / II: GLOBAL MARKETS, LOCAL NEEDS: of the House of Islam / Ranjit Hoskote / Interrogating the Sacred: Storylines FASHION AND ADVERTISING / Structural Changes Rather than the Influence for the Self / Nancy Adajania / The Art of Kazakhstan as a Political Project of Media: People's Encounter with Economic Liberalization in India / Steve / Valeria Ibraeva / III: INTERVENTIONS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE / Kavita Derné, Meenu Sharma and Narendra Sethi / Fashion, Advertising and Identity Singh / Curating Across Agnostic Worlds / Geeta Kapur / The Untold (the in the Consumer Society / Douglas Kellner / Cultural Politics of Branding: Rise of) Schisms / Shaheen Merali / Mapping the Trajectories of Minoritarian Promoting ‘KamaSutra’ in India / William Mazzarella / Shopping for Fashions Aesthetics and Cultural Politics / Santhosh S / Excavating the History of the in Post-socialist Russia / Olga Gurova / Sales Tours or How Czech Seniors Present: Caste as Pictorial Sign in the Works of Savi Sawarkar / Y S Alone Learned to Love Capitalism / Marketa Rulikova / III:SUBALTERN CONCERNS / Curatorial Work as Collective Fabrication / Oscar Ho Hing Kay / Archival AND MORAL SUBJECTIVITIES / Politics of Consumption, Politics of Justice: Malpractice and Counter Strategies / Charles Merewether / Index The Political Investment of the Consumer / Roberta Sassatelli / Ethical 2013 • 288 pages • Paperback (9788132115977) • ` 2495.00 Consumption in the Global Age: Coffee’s Promise of a Better World / Nicki Lisa Cole / Consumer Culture and Turkish Poor Youth’s Identity: Issues of Vulnerability and Exclusion / Melike Aktas Yamanoglu / Index 2013 • 444 pages • Hardback (9788132111276) • ` 995.00

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INDIA’SIND FILM SOCIETY MADRAS STUDIOS MOVEMENT Narrative, Genre, and Ideology in Tamil Cinema The Journey and its Impact Swarnavel Eswaran Pillai Michigan V K Cherian Film society activist and State University communications professional based in New Delhi This book is a necessary read for anyone who wishes to understand First comprehensive account of the not just Tamil cinema but the politics seven-decade long journey of Film and culture which shaped it. Society movement in India, and how it helped Indian cinema come into its own. Venkatesh Chakravarthy The Till 1950s, 80 % of the films screened in preeminent Tamil cinema scholar, India were from Hollywood. Today, only independent filmmaker, and Director of L.V. Prasad Film & TV 10 % films shown in India are of foreign Academy origin. One of the main factors that aided in bringing about this massive transformation was the formation of Film Societies in India. This book documents the history of Tamil cinema, one of the most They soon became a catalyst to a new film culture, impacting quality colossal film industries in the world, and studies the major studios of of Indian films, both in technology and content. This book studies Madras, the largest outside classical Hollywood in the private sector. this historic Film Society movement, from its origin, to the crisis It engages with five major studios of Madras—Modern Theatres, of its identity in the 80s and 90s to its revival in 2000s. It not only AVM, Gemini, Vijaya-Vauhini, and Prasad— through the origins narrates the history, the heroes, the institutions, crises, technological of their founders, and explicates how their history influenced the changes and the transformation of the Film Society Movement but narratives, genre, and ideology of the canonical films made in Madras also debates on the future of this movement. studios, arguing for their lasting influence on Tamil cinema. CONTENTS CONTENTS Foreword by Adoor Gopalakrishnan / Preface / A Nation Awaits a Pather Preface / Introduction / A Multiplicity of Influence: Modern Theatres and Its Panchali / The Growth Path: From Calcutta Film Society to the Federation Films / AVM and Gemini Studios: The Dravidian Movement and the Competing of Film Societies of India / Visionaries of the Film Society Movement and the Narratives / Vijaya-Vauhini and Prasad: The Other Narratives / Traces of the New Film Culture / The Networks of Films and Film Buffs / The Driving Forces Studio System: A Certain Tendency of the Tamil Cinema / Dravidian Utopia behind the Film Society Movement / The Great Fall and Resurgence through and Dystopia: Canonical and Contemporary Tamil Cinema / Bibliography / Digital Mode / The Star Film Societies and the Survivors / The Policy Shift Filmography / Index and Waning Political Patronage / Towards a New Film Culture: From Crass 2015 • 372 pages • Hardback (9789351501213) • ` 1295.00 to Class! / Genesis of Indian Films / The Memorandum of Association of Federation of Film Societies of India / Index 2016 • 252 pages • Hardback (9789385985638) • ` 850.00 THE IMAGE TRAP ABOUT THE AUTHOR M.G. Ramachandran in Film and Politics V K Cherian grew up as a film society member M S S Pandian Late of Centre for and as an activist with the celebrated filmmaker Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru Adoor Gopalakrishnan’s “Chitralekha Film University, New Delhi Society” from 1976 - 80 at Thiruvananthapuram. [This] is by far the most convincing A regular visitor to the various International Film study of the subject. The book is a work Festivals for over 35 years, he is an ardent film of sound scholarship and will no doubt enthusiast who has been engaged with the lure researchers to this fascinating field film fraternity as a writer and promoter of good of popular culture and politics. Pandian cinema. has offered a splendid model. The added attractions in the book are an exhaustive bibliography and a complete filmography of MGR, which includes films like Thasipenn (1943), invariably omitted in such lists. S Theodore Bhaskaran The Hindu The Image Trap analyses the phenomenon of M.G. Ramachandran (MGR), the legendary film star-cum-politician of Tamil Nadu, as a modern-day political myth. This book offers fascinating details about the extent to which MGR was successful in creating a stereotypical cinematic persona, and what repercussions it had on Tamil Nadu. Delineating the cultural elements that were meticulously mobilised to constitute MGR’s on-screen image, it analyses the popularity he enjoyed among the poor whose interests he constantly violated. CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgements / The Image Trap / Appendix I: A Brief Chronology of MGR’s Life / Appendix II: MGR’s Filmography / Appendix III: Electoral Performance of the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu / Bibliography / Index 2015 • 196 pages • Hardback (9789351500667) • ` 675.00

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FILMINGFIL HORROR with Hindi Cinema, Ghosts and Seconds Ideologies Meraj Ahmed Mubarki Meraj Ahmed Mubarki Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Q. Horror movies! What inspired you write on this topic? Filming Horror: Hindi Cinema, Ghosts and Ideologies bridges the gap that A. Hindi Horror cinema is a grossly under-studied genre in currently exists in the field of genre India. This inspired me to undertake a comprehensive studies in Hindi cinema. Analyzing more study. This is an attempt to understand what goes than 80 horror films from Mahal (1949) to under the rubric of horror films. There has been no Ragini MMS 2 (2014), the book uncovers narrative strategies, frames unique approaches of investigation, broad study of the Hindi horror films. I hope this book and reviews the revolutions taking place within this genre. The book fills up this crucial gap. argues that Hindi horror cinema, which lies at the intersection of myths, ideology and dominant socio-religious thoughts, reveals three Q. How did your family and friends react when they major strands of narrative constructs, each corresponding to the way learned about your research work on Horror the nation has been imagined at different times in post-colonial India. movies? CONTENTS A. They were delighted! I remember watching Hollywood Preface / Acknowldgements / INDIAN CINEMA AND IDEOLOGY / Hindi Cinema and Ideology / Cinema in the Colonial Context / GENRE, CODES horror movies at home during the weekends in my AND THE HORROR CINEMA / Genre and Its Functionality / Horror Genre childhood. My father loved the genre and would and Spectatorship / Freud and the Uncanny / Robin Wood’s Return of the Repressed / Julia Kristeva and the Abject / Generic Codes of the Hindi diligently maintain a diary giving horror movies his Horror / Conjunctions and Departures with Hollywood / Generic Features of own ratings! When I began writing, friends and family the Hindi Horror / Horror Cinema as Project of / for the ‘Nation’ / Nature of chipped in with film titles, but the book required the Hindi Horror Genre / SECULAR CONSCIOUS NARRATIVE / Secularism in the Indian Context / Mahal: The Inaugural Moment of the Secular viewing and re-viewing films that eventually tired Consciousness / / Kohraa / Bhool Bhulaiyaa / RETURN OF them out. TRADITIONAL–CULTURAL NARRATIVE / Jadu Tona / Gehrayee / / The Horror in Science Fiction: Between Morals and Mad Scientists / Historicity of Q. How researchers and scholars can take an the Monstrous Narrative / India and the Discourse of Science / Monstrosities from Science or Monstrous Science? / The Horror of Transmutation / The advantage from this work? Triumph of the Traditional/Mythic Order / / The Monstrous ‘Other’ Feminine / Mangalsutra and the Monstrous Other Feminine / Veerana / Modernization A. Horror cinema has vastly been influenced by of Patriarchy and Post-liberalization Female Monstrosity / Raaz / Eight: The competing sets of discourses. Ghosts have Power of Shani / Darling / THE INFLECTION OF THE HINDUTVA ‘IDEO’LOGIC CINEMA / 1920 / Haunted / Conclusion / References / Index progressed from those seeking vengeance through 2016 • 216 pages • Hardback (9789351508724) • ` 695.00 the agency of the state as in Bimal Roy’s Madhumati during the Nehruvian era to the self-styled vigilante ghost in Ravikant Nagaich’s Jadu Tona and thereafter in the post-emergency period, marking a tectonic shift. ABOUT THE AUTHOR The genre can be used to understand contemporary Indian history and the way it has played out, under the discourse of Nehruvianism, its failures, and its Meraj Ahmed Mubarki is an Assistant competing ‘Others’. Professor, Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Maulana Azad National Urdu Q. What all common narrative techniques are used University, Hyderabad. He earned his Master’s in these films? Kindly elaborate. Degree and Doctorate in Journalism and Mass Communication from the . A. Hindi horror films borrow from the vast repertoire He worked as a freelancer before moving into of Hindu mythology, deal in the supernatural and the academics. proceed from a set of codes and conventions. Unlawful murders, revenge motives, and denial of last rites sets the ball rolling. The presence of the ghost denied at first, is accepted grudgingly only when the body counts piles up. Again, violence against the supernatural without divine blessings never works in Hindi horror films!

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BOLLYWOOD BADDIES A FLY IN THE CURRY Villains, Vamps and Henchmen in Independent Documentary Film Hindi Cinema in India Tapan K Ghosh former head, K P Jayasankar School of Media Department of English, Rabindra and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Bharati University, Kolkata Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai and Anjali Monteiro School of Media and A comprehensive account of the Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social overlooked dimensions of villainy in Sciences, Mumbai Indian Cinema. The book crafts an ode to the talented actors who set new This book looks at how independent trends with their on-screen wickedness, Indian documentary film reworks the the menacing looks, the evil grins and relationship between film-makers, their narratives, their subjects and their the venomous one liners...the book audience, challenging the dominant idea offers a refreshing insight...the book is extensively researched, of documentary as a discourse of the real. Based on close textual well organised and, a much-needed contribution to the ongoing analysis, conversations with film-makers and drawing on Breitrose’s scholarship in the field of film, media and cultural studies. cinéma-vérité film-maker as a ‘fly in the soup’, this workexplores the The Tribune place of documentary within the Indian public sphere. Bollywood Baddies is the first-of-its-kind book-length narrative of CONTENTS villainy in Hindi films. It discusses villains, vamps, and henchmen of Foreword by Arjun Appadurai / Acknowledgements / The Flight Path / Flying Bollywood cinema, and also the actors who essayed such characters Solo / Flying Images / Flying into the Looking Glass / Notes from the Curry / over the decades. The author discusses not just villains but also the From the Curry to the Cauldron / Films Cited / References / Index evaluation of villainous characters vis-andagrave;-vis sociopolitical 2015 • 276 pages • Hardback (9789351505693) • ` 795.00 conditions in the country. CONTENTS Foreword / Preface / I: KNOWING THE BADDIES / Who are These Villains? / II: THE BADDIES IN ACTION / The Fifties and Sixties / Sholay and the Seventies / The Eighties and After / III: EMPIRE OF EVIL AND THE EMPERORS / That Other Self: The Vamps / The Empire of Evil: Villains' Henchmen / Those CINEMATICALLY Dreadful Men / The Unforgettable Baddies / The End! 2013 • 232 pages • Paperback (9788132110972) • ` 450.00 SPEAKING The Orality-Literacy Paradigm for Visual Narrative Sheila J Nayar Greensboro College, SAGE India offers special discounts North Carolina Cinematically Speaking proposes on purchase of books in bulk. that orality and alphabetic literacy play a fundamental role in shaping visual storytelling, it challenges the way we think about how film stories get shaped, as well For orders and enquiries, write to us at as the notion of film as an autonomous mode of storytelling construction. Marketing Department Between close readings of Bollywood cinema and modernist art cinema in 1950s–1990s, as well as of the many cinemas in between— SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd including Indian middle cinema and middle-class cinema—The book B1/ I-1, Mohan Cooperative casts a pioneering lens on what goes into shaping screen stories worldwide. It is a theoretical work certain to alter our understanding Industrial Area Mathura Road, and future exploration of the narrative-film species. Post Bag 7, New Delhi 110 044, India CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgments / Orality, Literacy, and an Epistemic Approach E-mail us at to Visual Narrative / Excavating the Oral Characteristics of Visual Narrative / Mapping the Literate Characteristics of Visual Narrative / Between the Oral [email protected] and Literate Epistemes / The Future of the Orality—Literacy Paradigm, Cinematically Speaking / Appendix A: Reading Closely: The Orality of Baazigar / Appendix B: Titanic as American Orally Inflected Cinema Nonpareil / Bibliography / Author Index / Subject Index SAGE VISTAAR 2014 • 268 pages • Hardback (9788132117902) • ` 850.00

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FILMING REALITY ROAD TO RIGHTS The Independent Documentary Women, Social Security and Movement in India Protection in India Shoma A Chatterji Freelance journalist, Edited by Priti Darooka Founder and film scholar and author executive director of PWESCR, Delhi An informative read about the incredible Road to Rights examines the conceptual journey of the independent documentary framework of social security, and film movement in India. Filming Reality focuses the reader’s attention on the explores the independent documentary missing dimensions of social security film movement in India post-1970s, when and protection for . it began to acquire an identity of its own It explores experiences and lessons and many films got worldwide recognition. learned from various interventions on the It analyses notable documentaries made ground, throwing particular light on the over the last four decades, including problems faced by specific vulnerable those by iconic film-makers such as Satyajit Ray, Mani Kaul, Anand groups, such as female domestic workers, and sex workers. One Patwardhan; activists such as Rakesh Sharma, Ranjan Palit, Amar of the first comprehensive resource books on social security, it will Kanwar; feminists such as Deepa Dhanraj and Madhusree Dutta; and be of immense value to government departments, policymakers, auteurs such as Sanjay Kak, R.V. Ramani and others. development sector workers, as well as students and scholars of policy studies and gender studies. CONTENTS List of Images / On a Personal Note / I. INTRODUCTION: WHY INDEPENDENT CONTENTS FILMS? / II. OF LIVES AND HISTORIES: KNOWN AND LITTLE KNOWN / Preface / Priti Darooka / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Dr. N.C. Introduction / Lives: Known / Lives: Lesser Known / Conclusion / III. THE Saxena / CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK / A Society Which Cares: A framework ETHNOGRAPHICAL FILM: A CINEMA FOR THE PEOPLE, / for universal social protection / Harsh Mander / Unpacking Social Protection Background / Introduction / Gathering Momentum / Case Studies / When from a Women’s Rights Lens / Sejal Dand / The Human Right to Social Does an Ethnographical Film Become an Investigative Film or a Political Protection and the Post-2015 Development Agenda / Dr. Timo Voipio / MISSING Statement? / Conclusion / IV. THE RAY FACTOR / Ray’s Documentary Films / DIMENSION / Social Protection for Women Workers: With special reference to Films on Ray / Conclusion / V. THE MILESTONE MAKERS / Introduction / unpaid domestic workers / Indira Hirway / Women’s Invisibility as Workers / Anand Patwardhan / Amar Kanwar / Rakesh Sharma / Sanjay Kak / Ajay Aasha Kapur Mehta / Livelihood Security Critical for Women’s Social Security / Raina / Ranjan Palit / Supriyo Sen / Joshy Joseph / Krishnendu Bose / Nalini Nayak / UNPACKING SOCIAL SECURITY / Social Pensions: The real Other Pillars / Conclusion / VI. DIALOGUES IN DIVERSITY: WOMEN FILM- Aadhar for the Niradhar / Anjor Bhaskar / Our Secure Beliefs and their Insecure MAKERS / Introduction / Criteria of choice / Conclusion / VII. POSITIVE Lives: Sex workers organize for change / Shubha Chacko Gowri Vijayakumar DOCUMENTARIES ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT / Introduction / Some Subadra Panchanadeswaran / Food and Nutrition Security in India: Challenges Examples / Conclusion / VIII. OUT OF THE BOX / Introduction / Out of the Box / ahead / Biraj Patnaik / Maternity Entitlements in India: An overview / Yamini Conclusion / Summing Up / Bibliography / Index of Films / Index Atmavilas / Strengthening NREGA from a Gender Perspective: Learnings from 2015 • 320 pages • Hardback (9789351502876) • ` 895.00 the field / Subhalakshmi Nandi / Women and Social Security: Convergence model of delivery / Rashmi Singh / About PWESCR SAGE YODA PRESS 2016 • 248 pages • Hardback (9789351509141) • ` 750.00 BRAVE NEW BOLLYWOOD In Conversation with Contemporary Hindi Filmmakers MY HALF OF THE SKY Nirmal Kumar Sri Venkateshwara 12 Life Stories of Courage College, New Delhi and Preeti Chaturvedi Senior Marketing Indrani Raimedhi Journalist, columnist, Professional and writes on media and and author cultural studies The 12 women who feature in this book These are interesting times in the history come from diverse backgrounds. The of Indian cinema, particularly because thread that binds their stories is their the established aesthetic conventions resolve to change the circumstances of and modes of production of the Hindi film their lives, overcoming tremendous odds, industry are being challenged, as are the and giving wings to their dreams. They boundaries between what is alternative are survivors and pathfinders, doers and and what is mainstream. This book is an attempt to contextualize dreamers, leaving in their wake surging the upsurge in this form of cinema in Bollywood/Hindi film industry. inspiration and hope. Their testimonies reveal what it is to live in this often CONTENTS forgotten corner of India. They have overcome personal tragedy, Brave New Bollywood: An Introduction / Dibakar Banerjee: Of Milieu, broken the falters of tradition, discrimination, and coped bravely with Technique and the Dialectic of Anti-dumb Cinema / Kiran Rao: The Personal the harrowing experience of violence and uncertainty. as the Voyeur—The Aesthetics of Meaning / ” Collaboration and Commerce—Treading the Thin Line / : Urban and Unapologetic— CONTENTS The Cinema of Zoya Akhtar / Shonali Bose: Loss and Survival—The Foreword B G Verghese / Introduction / Betrayed by Love: Jahnabi Goswami / Cinema of Meaning / Anusha Rizvi: Content as King—How Stories Create The Only Man: Monalisa Changkija / Born Free: Parbati Barua / Silencing the Filmmakers / Onir: The Politics at the Margins—Being an Alternative Filmmaker Whispers: Birubala Rabha / Walking Tall: Urmee Mazumdar / How Green Are in Bollywood / : The Alternative as Mainstream—Blurring the Hills?: Bertha G Dkhar / Mapping the Truth: Teresa Rehman / Pulling No the Boundaries in Cinematic Tradition Punches: / Opening the Cage: Hasina Kharbhih / Woman on the 2015 • 292 pages • Hardback (9789351500315) • ` 950.00 Go: Monisha Behal / Words for the Wronged: Rita Chowdhury / Director's Special: Manju Borah / Index 2014 • 200 pages • Hardback (9789351500377) • ` 525.00

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OPENINGSOP FOR PEACE THETH STATUS OF MUSLIM UNSCR 1325, Women and WOMEN IN MEDIEVAL Security in India INDIA Edited by Asha Hans Founder Director, School of Women's Studies, Utkal Sudha Sharma Board of Directors, University and Swarna Rajagopalan Indraprastha Gas Limited, New Delhi Founder, The Prajnya Trust This book examines the economic, A close look at the relevance, utility and cultural, political and social positions potential of the UNSC Resolution 1325 for of Muslim women in medieval India. It achieving inclusive and sustainable peace explores the changes that took place in India. This is one of the first crucial with the advent of Arabs, Turks, Mongols, discussions on what can be adapted Tartars, Afghans and Persians whose and implemented in the customs and traditions influenced the Security Council’s Resolution 1325 on existing Islamic society. Though Islam women, peace, security (WPS) and militarization in the Indian context. improved the position of women by instituting many reforms, the It examines cases that reveal the expanded context of conflict and Islamic religious texts laid down the minutest code of conduct insecurity, showing the possible relevance and limitations of the for women, the slightest deviation from which was considered UN Resolution as a tool for social and policy change in India. Being irreligious. Such rigidity, coupled with the apathy of the ulemas, led comprehensive in approach, the book links discussions on the WPS to the weakening of position of women. The book goes on to show resolutions (1325 and its successors) with militarism and explores the how the diktats of the Quran were subjected to many interpretations relevance of the latter in settings that are not deemed as ‘conflict’. It down the ages, affecting the status of women in various ways. deliberates the result of militarization and engendered conflict in the CONTENTS Indian states and also discusses Indian peacekeeping operations, which are an important part of India’s international engagement. 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A Discussion on Violence, POWER Impunity and 1325 in Light of Communal Violence / Ila Pathak and Saumya Edited by Asha Hans Founder Uma / Peoples’ Action Plans: Pursuing Human Security with Local Civil Society Actions to Implement UNSCR 1325 / Betty A Reardon / Gender Peace Director, School of Women's Studies, and Security: A Paradigm Shift / Asha Hans / References / Index 2016 • 324 pages • Hardback (9789385985669) • ` 995.00 This book argues for the rights of women with disabilities, who live on the periphery of society, and seeks to eradicate the exclusion and stigma that are part of their ABOUT THE EDITORS lives. It brings together the perspectives of academicians and activists in trying to understand the various social issues Asha Hans is the former Director, School of faced by women with disabilities and argues for a society where Women’s Studies, and Professor of Political they are not denied respect, equality, and justice. Science, Utkal University, India. She is the CONTENTS author and editor of many publications related Preface and Acknowledgments / Introduction: Gendering the Disability to women’s rights, the latest being The Gender Framework / Part I: DISABILITY: A GENDERED PROBLEMATIC AND Imperative, coedited with Prof. Betty Reardon CONCEPTUALIZATION / A Gendered Perspective of Disability Studies / Upali (2010). Chakravarti / Women with Disabilities: How Do They Fare in Our Society? / S B Agnihotri Amrita Patel / Women with Psychosocial Disabilities: Shifting Swarna Rajagopalan, PhD, is a political the Lens from Medical to Social / Nilika Mehrotra and Mahima Nayar / PART II: HUMAN EXPERIENCES AND AGENCY / I Feel Normal Inside. Outside, My scientist who works as an independent scholar Body Isn’t! / Malini Chib / What is the Intersection between Oppression of and writer. She is also the founder of The Prajnya Women and Psychiatric Oppression? / Tina Minkowitz / Tale of Married Women Trust—an NGO working on peace and gender. With Disabilities: An Oxymoron Reality / Santoshi Halder / A Disabled Mother’s She has written on a range of gender and human Journey in Raising her Child / Sandhya Limaye / Developmental Disability and security-related topics and is the Co-editor (with the Family: Autism Spectrum Disorder in Urban India / Shubhangi Vaidya / Part III: TOWARD NONDISCRIMINATORY GENDERED STRATEGIES / Yes, Girls Farah Faizal) of Women, Security, South Asia: A and Women with Disabilities Do Math! An Intersectionality Analysis / Stephanie Clearing in the Thicket (2005). Ortoleva / Gendered Constructions of Work and Disability in Contemporary India: Discursive and Empirical Perspectives / Renu Addlakha / Legal Capacity And Civil Political Rights For People With Psychosocial Disabilities / Bhargavi V Davar / Epilogue: Transforming Invisibilities and Obscure Directions / Index 2015 • 292 pages • Hardback (9789351501237) • ` 1050.00

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TRANSFORMATIONTR OF WOMENWO AND WORK IN WOMEN AT WORK IN PRECOLONIAL INDIA ASIA A Reader An Unfinished Development Edited by Vijaya Ramaswamy Agenda Professor, Centre for Historical Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Edited by Sukti Dasgupta Director, Nehru University, New Delhi Employment and Labour Market Policies Branch, ILO, Geneva and Sher Singh Women and work is an important Verick Deputy Director, ILO Decent dimension of the ongoing debate on Work Team for South Asia and Country gender parity. This book is a compilation Office for India, New Delhi of essays related to traditional percep- tions of women’s work juxtaposed with This book examines the drivers of, and recent feminist writings on women’s barriers to, participation of women in the Asian labour market for space in India’s labour history. The essays highlight the points and its socio-economic development and structural transformation. counterpoints of the ongoing debate on the nature, quantification Based on original comparative research and extensive fieldwork, and monetary valuation of women’s work. Transformation of Women at Work in Asia highlights the commonalities as well as the diverse nature of challenges that CONTENTS women across Asia face in gaining access to more and better jobs. Foreword / Aparna Basu / Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Findings show that women across the continent have contributed Vijaya Ramaswamy / WOMEN AND THE HOUSEHOLD: CANONICAL PRESCRIPTIONS AND THEIR FEMINIST CRITIQUE / The Daily Duties of significantly to its spectacular growth story; yet, social norms and Women / Julia Leslie / Position and Status of Women in the Upani?ads / T R economic factors limit their levels of participation. Sharma / Woman in the Household / M A Indra / Economic Rights of Ancient Indian Women / Bhattacharji / Dynamics of Women’s Work in the CONTENTS Sastric Sources: Household and Beyond / Kavita Gaur / Tracking Economic Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Sukti Dasgupta and Sher Transitions: Tamil Women from Tribe to Caste and Changing Production Verick / Women Labour Force Participation in Asia: Trends and Issues / Roles / Vijaya Ramaswamy / The Question of Women’s ‘Agency’: Women, Fernanda Bárcia de Mattos and Ruchika Chaudhary / At the Threshold of Work and Domesticity in Early Textual Traditions / Jaya Tyagi / WOMEN Economic Empowerment: Women, Work and Gender Regimes in Asia / Govind AND WORK IN EARLY TEXTUAL TRADITIONS / The Woman Worker / I B Kelkar / Decline of Women’s Labour Force Participation in India: Explaining Horner / Of Dasas and Karmakaras: Servile Labour in Ancient India / Uma the Puzzling Trend / Steven Kapsos, Andrea Silberman and Evangelina Chakravarti / Women and Work in Kautiliya's Arthasastra / Upasana Dhankar / Bourmpoula / Declining Female Employment in India: Insights from Gujarat and WOMEN AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES: WOMEN’S PROPERT RIGHTS / Uttar Pradesh / Partha Saha, Sher Verick, Santosh Mehrotra and Sharmistha Proprietary Rights during Coverture / Anant Sadashiv Altekar / Proprietary Sinha / Women Labour Force Participation in Bangladesh: Beyond Garments / Rights: Inheritance and Partition / Anant Sadashiv Altekar / The Legal Status Rushidan Rahman and Rizwanul Islam / Factors Holding Women Back from of Women: Their Right of Inheritance / M A Indra / Property Rights of Women Market Work in Sri Lanka: To Work or Not to Work? / Ramani Gunatilaka / in Ancient India / N N Bhattachar / Turmeric Land: Women’s Property Rights The Life-cycle of Women in the Labour Market in Cambodia: Subsistence in Tamil Society since Early Medieval Times / Kanakalatha Mukund / Property Versus Wage Employment / Kang Chandararot and Liv Dannet / Women’s Rights of Women in Medieval Andhra / A Padma / CONTEXTUALISING Employment in Indonesia: Gaining More from Structural Transformation / WOMEN’S WORK IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN / State of the Field: Perspectives Makiko Matsumoto / Women and Men in China’s Labour Market: Is Inequality on Women and Work in Early South India / Vijaya Ramaswamy / Women’s on the Rise? / Sukti Dasgupta, Makiko Matsumoto and Cuntao Xia / Mapping Professions in Medieval Andhra / A Padma / Temple Women and Work in Out a Way Forward: Can Policies Make a Difference? / Sukti Dasgupta and Medieval Keralam / Anna Verghese / Gender, Caste and Labour: Ideological Sher Verick / Index and Material Structure of Widowhood / Uma Chakravarty / Work and Gender 2016 • 336 pages • Hardback (9789385985058) • ` 995.00 in Mughal India / Shireen Moosvi / DEVARADIYA: HAND-MAIDENS OF GOD OR SEX-WORKERS? / Courtesans / Vatsyayana Mallanaga / Temple Women as Temple Servants / Leslie Orr / In the Business of Kama: Prostitution in Classical Sanskrit Literature from the Seventh to the Thirteenth Centuries / Shalini Shah / Prostitution in Ancient India / Sukumari Bhattacharji 2016 • 384 pages • Paperback (9789351507413) • ` 995.00

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PURDAHPU TO PICCADILLY with A Muslim Woman’s Struggle for Seconds Identity Zarina Bhatty Zarina Bhatty Former President of the Indian Association for Women’s Studies (IAWS), New Delhi Q. What was the motivation behind writing this book? This book narrates the life and experiences of Zarina Bhatty—a Muslim woman born A. I was looking for something meaningful to do after my and brought up in pre-Partition India— who strove to break out of stereotypical retirement as I had the time! So my daughters sug- roles imposed by the society of her times. gested that I should write my memoir as my life has It traces her life over 80 years, portraying been somewhat different from an average Muslim girl/ the political and social conditions of woman. Being a sociologist, I wanted to pen down the undivided and post-Independence India. enormous socio-cultural experiences that I have wit- Bhatty’s autobiography chronicles the many social barriers that she had to overcome, such as becoming the first Muslim woman to file for nessed in the last three quarter of a century; particu- a divorce and then remarrying a Christian, pursuing higher education larly those affected by . I also wanted in India and abroad at a time when women were not permitted to to highlight minorities, particularly Muslims, who went study and facing discrimination in her search for a job. Her grit and through the trauma of choosing between two coun- perseverance led her to become one of the few educated Indian tries - India, where their roots were or migrating to Muslim women of her time and a successful professional. Pakistan. I also wanted to highlight how many Indian CONTENTS minorities had adopted the majority Hindu culture and Preface / Acknowledgements / The Background / Introducing the Family / lived in somewhat peacefully with each other before Ancestral Homes / School and Burka / Exposure to the Freedom Movement / India to England / Ups and Downs / Experiencing the Communist Regime / communal politics, intolerance and hatred of “other” Return to India / Destiny Plays a Hand / Awakening to Feminism / Joining communities intervened. USAID / Women’s Movement in India / And Life Goes On / Afterword 2016 • 218 pages • Hardback (9789351508243) • ` 595.00 Q. Is there any particular childhood memory that you would like to share with your readers? You have witnessed many changes in your life. Tell us about one that had a lasting impact on you. ABOUT THE AUTHOR A. One of my grand uncles has taken an “allegedly low caste” woman as his second wife. The second wife Zarina Bhatty is the former President of Indian lived in the same house as the first wife yet in a sepa- Association for Women's Studies (IAWS) and of rate apartment. She joined the family on ceremonial Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), occasions only. On one such occasion, when lunch New Delhi. Humanist by faith, sociologist by was being served, all the women sat next to each profession, feminist by conviction, she was brought up in burka (seclusion) in a traditional other but when this low caste person joined them, the Muslim family in Lucknow in pre-Partition India. other upper caste women refused to take a meal if she sat or ate with them. Ultimately, she had to retire and return to her apartment. Her distraught face is still lives in my memory and I can feel the great injustice done to her. Q. How has the position of women in India changed over the years since Independence? A. Position of women in India has changed consider- ably since Independence. There is more education among women across communities. Women are com- paratively more economically independent and have a choice and say in their life-style. Social stigma against remarriage of widows and divorce is not as intense as it used to be. Several women friendly laws have seen the light of the day. Yet a great deal is to be done to ensure gender equality, as the mind set of people has not changed which makes these laws ineffective. The rise of both, Hindu and Muslim fundamentalism is alas, trying to undo some of the gains towards gender equality. Among Muslims, the persistence of Muslim Personal Law is in particular a stumbling block in re- ceiving gender equality.

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VALUEDVA DAUGHTERS EMBODYINGEM First-Generation Career Women MOTHERHOOD Alice W Clark Former Perspectives from Contemporary Instructor, University of India California-Berkeley Extension Anu Aneja Director, School of Gender Valued Daughters traces the spread and Development Studies, IGNOU, of ambition for lifetime careers among Delhi and Shubhangi Vaidya Assistant young women in urban India, who are Professor, School of Interdisciplinary effecting many changes by stepping and Transdisciplinary Studies, IGNOU, out of their traditional roles to pursue Delhi higher education and jobs. It analyses intersecting transitions—demographic, Embodying Motherhood examines educational, economic, social, and motherhood discourse in urban India, cultural, with their individual histories and in the context of prevailing motherhood trajectories—that form the context of this study. Using first-hand ideologies from a feminist perspective. The authors’ particular narratives of women and their families, this book illustrates a new location as mothers and feminist scholars within an urban Indian and changing sense of self among these daughters, whose mothers setting and their diverse disciplinary backgrounds in social sciences never had careers of their own. Focusing on the way these young and literary and cultural studies informs the interdisciplinary and career-oriented women engage with immediate society and the world intersectional framework of the book. The book engages with at large, this book explores how they view traditional roles and how patriarchal motherhood ideologies and brings to the fore narratives they are, in turn, viewed by the society. of oppression and resistance. Covering a diverse landscape ranging from ancient myth and religion, psychoanalysis, care work, CONTENTS literature and cinema, the book explores the socio-economic and Acknowledgements / Intersecting Transitions / A History of Women among cultural frameworks within which women are constructed as ‘able’ Men / Gender and Demography: Paradoxical Effects / Professional Aspirations or ‘disabled’ mothers. The notion of ‘deficit’ runs like a thread and Education in Cities / Status-raising as a Father–Daughter Project / Educated Elites in a New Gender Era / Embedded Agency: Gains, Losses, through the chapters, bringing to the fore the search for alternative and Unborn Hopes / Social Reproduction and the Professional Imaginary / and affirmative maternal subjectivities. The book contributes to Toward Gender Transformation / Bibliography / Index an ongoing contemplation of the experience of contemporary 2016 • 212 pages • Hardback (9789351508885) • ` 595.00 motherhoods and seeks to engage with and transform motherhood discourse in India. It will be valuable reading for students and scholars of gender studies, psychoanalysis, literary and culture studies, and sociology, as well as all individuals who seek to find alternative ways of being mothers. CYBERCY CRIMES AGAINST CONTENTS Acknowledgements / Introduction / Disembodied Mothers: Re-writing the maternal metaphor through goddess iconography / Anticipating the Mother’s WOMEN IN INDIA Dream: Maternal subjectivity in psychoanalysis, literature and cinema / ‘Mere Debarati Halder Managing Director, Paas Maa Hai’ Reflections on representations of motherhood in Hindi cinema / Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling, ‘More than a Mother’: Autism, motherhood discourse and lived experience / Tamil Nadu and K Jaishankar Head, Capitalist Encounters: The motherhood pact / Of ‘Unfit’ Mothers: Disability, stereotypes and contestations / Mapping the Mother in France and India: Department of Criminology, Raksha Discursive revolutions / Index Shakti University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India SAGE YODA PRESS 2016 • 252 pages • Hardback (9789351508939) • ` 795.00 How can women be protected from cyber crimes? What steps can be taken for prevention and as recourse to legal aid? How useful and accessible are cyber laws? This book tries to answer these ABOUT THE AUTHORS questions and charts a way forward. The book is a significant contribution to socio-legal research on Anu Aneja is currently Director of the School online crimes targeting teenage girls and women. It shows how they become soft targets of trolling, online grooming, privacy of Gender and Development Studies, Indira infringement, bullying, pornography, sexual defamation, morphing, Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi. spoofing and so on. The authors provide detailed answers to a wide She has previously taught comparative literature array of questions related to these problems that bother scholars. and women’s studies courses at Ohio Wesleyan The book discusses cybercrime in its entirety, revealing loopholes University, Ohio. in the present laws and policies of the Indian Judicial System and outlines what can be done to ensure safety in cyberspace. Shubhangi Vaidya is a sociologist by training and teaches at the School of Interdisciplinary CONTENTS and Transdisciplinary Studies at the Indira Foreword by Georgios A Antonopoulos / Preface / Acknowledgements / Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi. Her Introduction / Freedom of Speech and Expression in the Cyber Space / Trolling and Gender Bullying / Online Grooming / Privacy Infringement / Online Sexual research interests are in the areas of disability Offences / Right to be Forgotten: Liability of the Service Providers / Procedural studies, gender studies and culture. Practices for Investigation, Prosecution, Arrest and Detention / Combating of the Offences / Annexure / Glossary / Index 2016 • 268 pages • Hardback (9789385985775) • ` 695.00

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NOTHING TO FIX INTERROGATING WOMEN’SS Medicalisation of Sexual LEADERSHIP AND Orientation and Gender Identity EMPOWERMENT Edited by Arvind Narrain Founding Member, The Alternative Law Forum, Edited by Omita Goyal Chief Bangalore and Vinay Chandran Editor, IIC Quarterly, Journal, India Executive Director, Swabhava Trust, International Centre Bangalore The book goes well beyond the The theory and practice of medicine conventional understanding of remains central to the concerns of enhancing women’s strength and self- persons identified as lesbian, gay, confidence as brought into focus in bisexual, transgender, intersex or many lives and their varied stories. A others. Individuals who have homosexual good read for scholars, academicians, desires or feel transgender or are born feminists and researchers who have interest in women identity intersex are often taken against their will to medical professionals. issues and the changes that have taken place over time. Instead of receiving affirmative support, they have distressing experiences of violence and violations. The narratives of such Social Action violence and violation include treatments offered for converting Looking at gender through multiple lenses, this volume seeks to homosexuals to heterosexuals, humiliation of transgender people understand what empowerment really means to women today. within the institution, and emergency surgeries of intersex infants It examines the situation of women in, and their contribution to, who, due to the collusion between surgeons and parents, face the politics, business, education, social and economic development, the scalpel to convert them into an ‘acceptable’ gender. women’s movement, health, law, insurgency and the arts. The volume CONTENTS analyses certain key issues of contemporary discourse including: Foreword / Dr. Shekhar Seshadri / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Arvind • ownership of one’s body and freedom of choice Narrain and Vinay Chandran / I. MEDICALISATION / ‘It’s not my job to tell you • redefinition of empowerment and leadership and how far we have it’s okay to be gay…’ Medicalisation of Homosexuality: A Queer Critique / achieved it Arvind Narrain and Vinay Chandran / Medical Students’ Attitudes, Knowledge • importance of equal access to education, employment and health and Perception of Homosexuality in India / Dr. Bharath Reddy / Medical Response to Male Same-sex Sexuality in Western India: An Exploration of • political participation and decision making, and ‘Conversion Treatments’ for Homosexuality / Ketki Ranade / Mental Health • dichotomy between marginalisation of women on grounds of Professionals’ Perspectives on Lesbian Women / Bina Fernandez / Sex caste, class and religion in a society with changing laws on Change Operation and Feminising Procedures for Transgender Women in women’s rights India: Current Scenario and Way Forward / Dr. Venkatesan Chakrapani / Pendulous Penises and Couture Clitorises: What Medical Men do to Intersex CONTENTS Infants / Mayur Suresh / II. DE-PATHOLOGISATION / A Comparative Study of Foreword / Karan Singh / Preface / Omita Goyal / Introduction / Malavika Homosexual and Heterosexual Men with Respect to Quality of Life, Substance Karlekar / Understanding Leadership: Lessons from the Women’s Use and Suicidality / Dr. Bharath Reddy / Validity of ‘Ego-dystonicity’ in Movement / / Revisiting the Theme of Women’s ‘Empowerment’: Homosexuality: An Indian Perspective / Dr. Ami Sebastian Maroky, Dr. Shekhar How Leadership Matters / Swaminathan / Women Leaders in Every Seshadri, Dr. Suresh Bada Math, Dr. C.R. Chandrashekar, Dr. Aswin Ratheesh, Mohalla, Every Village / Renana Jhabvala / Rockets with Fire in Their Tails? Dr. Biju Viswanath / Why Should Therapists be Sensitive to Sexual and Women Leaders in ’s Panchayats / J Devika / Labouring Intellectuals: Gender Nonconformity? / Radhika Chandiramani / A Psychologist’s Journey The Conceptual World of Dalit Women / Gopal Guru / Czarinas or Girl Fridays? to Understanding Sexual Orientation / Dr. Lata Hemchand / Transgender Women in the Corporate Sector / Pushpa Sundar / Leadership for Women’s and Transsexual Issues: Clinical Dilemmas and Best-practice Guidelines in Equality and Empowerment in Higher Education / Karuna Chanana / Anatomy Mental Health Care / Vidya Sathyanarayanan and Poornima Bhola / Contexts of a Change: Early Women Doctors / Malavika Karlekar / From Dynasty to of Distress for LGBT People: A Counsellor’s Guide / Vinay Chandran / Legitimacy: Women Leaders in Indian Politics / Sudha Pai / Other Histories: Coming Out to Parents and Friends: Need and Perspectives from Parents Gender and Politics in the Fiction of Mahasweta Devi / Radha Chakravarty / of LGBT / Vinay Chandran / Religion and Sexual Orientation: Reconciling In Her Own Write: Writing from a Dalit Feminist / Uma Chakravarti / Catalysing Faith with Same-sex Love / Vinay Chandran and Arvind Narrain / III. HUMAN Craft: Women Who Shaped the Way / Ritu Sethi / Leadership in the Arts: RIGHTS / Section 377 and the Medical Establishment: Changing the Terms of Rukmini Devi Arundale / Ashish Mohan Khokar / Recasting Bodies and the the Debate / Arvind Narrain / Human Rights Violations Against the Transgender Transformation of the Self: Women Performers in the Bombay Film Industry Community: A Study of Kothi and Hijra Sex Workers in Bangalore, India (1925–1947) / Sarah Rahman Niazi / Ascribing Feminist Intent: The Invention of PUCL-K / Pushing the Boundaries of Transgender and Intersex Persons’ the Indian Woman Artist / Deeptha Achar / The Alpha Songbirds: Independent Rights: Further Resources and Vibrant / Kumud Diwan Jha / Empowering Women through Education: SAGE YODA PRESS The Story of Indraprastha School / Aparna Basu / Gender and Governance: 2015 • 340 pages • Hardback (9789351508908) • ` 995.00 From Concern to Indicators / Satish B. Agnihotri / The Movement for Change: Implementation of Sexual Assault Laws / Kirti Singh / Caregivers, Caretakers: Dealing with Impunity and Immunity at the Margins / Sanjoy Hazarika 2014 • 296 pages • Hardback (9789351500797) • ` 950.00

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VOICES OF THE TALKING STARS Women of Indian Cinema and Beyond Edited by Madhuja Mukherjee an unconventional Reader exploring the complex relationships between cinema, industry, cultures, labour and gender during the studio era (1930–55) …open[s] a new dimension to a very under-discussed and under-researched area of film history. Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Centre for Study of Culture and Society, Centre for Internet and Society, Bengaluru This fourth Reader, is a feminist historiography for films compiled by the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University,that interrogates the frameworks of film history, culture and politics, weaving in debates on romance, sexuality, body and masculinity. It brings together some rare photographs and writings by Indian women actors— reproduction of poems by Naz, an open letter titled ‘I’m a Bad Girl’, an extract from Mae West’s film ‘I’m No Angel’, an interview with Jamuna Barua, a translation from ’s autobiography, excerpts from the Indian Cinematograph Committee Report (1927–28)— examining through new categories of analysis like desire and disquiet. CONTENTS PREFACE / INTRODUCING VOICES AND VERSES / Writing and Archiving / The Problem of Respectable Ladies / Women Writing Cinema / Women Conceiving Cinema / I. WRITING AND ARCHIVING THE SELF: CONVERSATIONS AND BIOGRAPHIES / A short note on Devdas / On Jamuna Barua / Conversations on Devdas with Jamuna Barua / On Kananbala / I Salute All, Kanan Devi / II. THE PROBLEM OF RESPECTABLE LADIES: LETTERS AND RESPONSES / ‘Letters to New Theatres’ Ratan Bai• ‘Why Shouldn’t Respectable Ladies Join the Films’ Sabita Devi / III. WOMEN WRITING CINEMA: VOICES AND VERSES / ‘The Lonely Moon’ and ‘Bit by Bit’ Meena Kumari Naz ‘I’m a Bad Girl’ and ‘I’m No Angel’ Mae West / IV. WOMEN CONCEIVING CINEMA: TALKING STARS / Oral Evidence, Indian Cinematograph Committee Report (1927–28) née Sulochana / Oral Evidence, Indian Cinematograph Committee Report (1927–28) Patience Cooper and Rainey Smith née Sita Devi / Oral Evidence, Indian Cinematograph Committee Report (1927–28) Punjab Board of Film Censors / Oral Evidence, Indian Cinematograph Committee Report (1927–28) Mrs. Ansell, Entrepreneur / EPILOGUE: WHO IS BADAR BEGUM / BIBLIOGRAPHY SAGE STREE 2016 • 196 pages • Paperback (9789381345030) • ` 700.00

INTERROGATING MOTHERHOOD Jasodhara Bagchi, former Chairperson of the West Bengal Commission for Women exploring the many insights of western and Indian feminists analysing motherhood both as ideology and as practice …introduces the basic concepts of women’s studies, of understanding the world through a gender lens… Samita Sen, Professor, School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University Interrogating Motherhood, the fourth title in the Theorizing Feminism Series, reveals that an understanding of motherhood is vitally important to understanding Indian society. The ideas and practice of motherhood changed once India became a part of a global capitalist system from the colonial period to present-day market-driven globalization. Analysing motherhood both as ideology and as practice, the complexities between motherhood and mothering (where the concepts are glorified but the women remain subordinate) this book explores Indian and western feminists’ insights; examines the significance of mother goddesses; discusses regulations on motherhood in the wake of nation-building; and reveals the vulnerability of motherhood to the coercion of invasive technology and pressures of patriarchy where a woman must not only be a mother but also the mother of a son. CONTENTS A Note from the Series Editor, Maithreyi Krishnaraj / Introduction / Ch 1: Feminist Debates on Motherhood / Ch 2: Motherhood and Patriarchy / Ch 3: Nationalism and Nation-Building / Ch 4: Reproductive Technology: Motherhood under Capitalist Patriarchy / Conclusion / About the Author and Series Editor / Index SAGE STREE 2017 • 130 pages • Paperback (9789381345177) • ` 195.00

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SOCIOLOGYSO OF GENDER, SEXUALITY AND WELL-BEING HIV/AIDS Lessons from India Exploring Politics of Women’s Health in India Steve Derne Professor of Sociology, State University of New York (SUNY), Skylab Sahu Department of Political Geneseo Science, University of Delhi This book blends Indian philosophy, What has been the role of the Indian religious texts and sociology for a simple state in providing health-care facilities yet holistic understanding of well-being in to women with HIV/AIDS? Looking at the Indian context. This is the first book to the issue from a gender and human explain well-being through assimilation of rights perspective, the book discusses the wisdom gathered from Indian religious provisions taken by the government in texts, interactions with sociologists and providing health care to patients in India insights gained from qualitative analysis of interactions with Indians while also examining how this has influenced society’s perception of of various backgrounds. It maintains that happiness exists within the disease as well as the patients themselves. The book explores interactions, rather than as a stable state within the individual. While in depth the dimensions of health-care accessibility, gender equity revealing the universals that lead to well-being, it brings out the measures and strategies used by the State as well as the role played interlinkages of health, wealth and pleasure and also explains the by civil society organizations and activists. variations due to gender, class, age and individual choice. CONTENTS CONTENTS Acknowledgements / Introduction / Health Discourse in India / The State and Preface: How I Came to Study Well-being in India / Acknowledgments / Women’s Health in India / Gender, Power and Sexuality: Women’s Vulnerability Chapter One: Introductiion / Universals / Health and Wealth / Connections to HIV/AIDS / The State’s Approach To HIV/AIDS: A Gender and Health Rights to Others (and the Specialness of the Self) / Meanings and Approaches / Perspective / Addressing the Rights of HIV- Positive Women: Interventions Pleasure / Variations / Age, Gender, Class, and Individual Lives and Choices / by Civil Society Organizations / Health Movements in India / Conclusion / Indian Ways of Living the Good Life / Lessons / What Have We Learned about Bibliography Well-being? / Toward a Better Sociology / Living the Good Life / Glossary / 2015 • 240 pages • Hardback (9789351500810) • ` 950.00 Index 2016 • 328 pages • Hardback (9789385985720) • ` 995.00

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF GENDER ISSUES IN WATERR HIV/AIDS ON AND SANITATION HOUSEHOLDS PROGRAMMES Savio P Falleiro Rosary College of Commerce and Arts, Navelim () Lessons from India [The] book will provide some Edited by Aidan A Cronin WASH programmatic guidance to health expert, UNICEF, Pradeep K Mehta managers in India who are managing Group Leader, Rural Research Centre HIV/AIDS programmes in high disease at Sehgal Foundation, Gurgaon and burden areas and useful information to Anjal Prakash International Centre students of economics, sociology and for Integrated Mountain Development, social work as well as non-governmental Kathmandu and community-based organizations carrying out activities Exclusion and inequitable access to related to treatment, care and referral of HIV/AIDS. water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services and opportunities are National Medical Journal of India major concerns to development practitioners. The job of providing water for the household invariably falls on women, often at the This book addresses an issue of international, national and local expense of their education, income-earning opportunities and importance—HIV/AIDS—an issue where the predominant attention social, cultural and political involvement. This book aims to unpack is on the humanitarian and developmental catastrophe that it is the key elements of the WASH–gender nexus, examine these and accused of leading to, particularly in the developing world. The book, recommend ways ahead for improved gender outcomes and WASH based on a first-of-its-kind study conducted in Goa (India), will be of impact in India. great assistance to researchers as well as policy makers. ABRIDGED CONTENTS CONTENTS Foreword Joke Muylwijk / Introduction: Achieving the Desired Gender List of Tables / List of Figures / List of Abbreviations and Acronyms / Preface / Outcome in Water and Sanitation / CONCEPTUAL UNDERPINNING / CASE Acknowledgements / About HIV/AIDS / Income and Employment / Inflow and STUDIES: WATER / CASE STUDIES: SANITATION / CONCLUSION / Index Outflow of Household Income / Health and Medical Expenditure / The Way Ahead / Appendix I: Sample Profile / Appendix II: Income and Employment / 2015 • 340 pages • Hardback (9789351500650) • ` 1050.00 Appendix III: About the Study / Glossary / References / Index 2014 • 260 pages • Hardback (9788132113591) • ` 895.00

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INDIAIND CONNECTED INDIAIND ON THE WESTERN Mapping the Impact of New SCREEN Media Imaging a Country in Film, TV Edited by Sunetra Sen Narayan and Digital Media Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi Ananda Mitra Professor of and Shalini Narayanan Head- Communication, Wake Forest Communications, Centre for Digital University, North Carolina Financial Inclusion, New Delhi An insightful analysis and impact Can new media help in bringing about assessment of the ways in which India development or contribute to social is portrayed on different screens in the movements? Who is left out of the new West. This book examines the nuances of media equation? How is the public sphere multiple images—cinema, TV, computer, affected by it? How will it be regulated? and smartphones—that feed into the Providing answers to these important questions, this book critically making of a new Indian narrative and showcases an India that is very examines the growth of new media in India. It looks at how new different from the unilinear notion that used to exist a few decades media can be theorized in the Indian context and offers a perspective ago. It elaborates on the critical role of the impressions formed in on the opportunities and challenges this poses to governance, redefining how the Indian diaspora is imagined and received in development, and businesses as well as in social marketing efforts. the West, which in turn impacts everyday experiences of Indians living there. Building on his earlier book India through the Western CONTENTS Lens: Creating National Images in Film (SAGE 1999), which focused Foreword / Daya Kishan Thussu / Acknowledgements / I. THEORETICAL primarily on films, Mitra expands his latest study to new media. PERSPECTIVES / An Overview of New Media in India / Sunetra Sen Narayan Effectively, the book highlights the West’s perception of India based and Shalini Narayanan / Theoretical Perspectives: Issues in the Indian New on what is being projected through visual media. Media Environment / Jatin Srivastava and Enakshi Roy / Political Economy of (New) Media in India: An Institutional Perspective / B P Sanjay / II. POLITICS, CONTENTS GOVERNMENT AND THE MARKET / Social Media and Indian Politics in Preface / Acknowledgements / India on the Western Screen: 20 Years Later / the Global Context: Promise and Implications / Awais Saleem and Stephen India and Indians: Changing Places and People / Looking at the Screen / The McDowell / New Media and Social–Political Movements / Shalini Narayanan Movie Screen / The Television Screen / The Computer Screen / The Satellite and Anand Pradhan / New Media, Governance and Transparency in India / Screen / The Indian in the West / The Western in India / The Indian Narrative Abhishek N Singh and P Vigneswara Ilavarasan / Regulation of New Media: Screened / Epilogue / Index The Indian Scenario / Vikram Aditya Narayan and Raka Arya / ICT and the Indian Education System: Challenges and Possibilities / Anubhuti Yadav / 2016 • 192 pages • Hardback (9789351509776) • ` 595.00 Brand Promotion on New Media in India / Jaishri Jethwaney / III. HISTORICAL EXCLUSIONS / The Internet in India: Crystallising the Historical Inequalities / Uma Shankar Pandey / Women and the Internet in India: Denial of Access and the Censorship of Abuse / Geeta Seshu / Disability and Social Media in India / P J Mathew Martin and Sunder Rajdeep / Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR 2016 • 308 pages • Hardback (9789385985027) • ` 895.00

Ananda Mitra (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA) is Chair and Professor in the Department of Communication, ABOUT THE EDITORS Wake Forest University. He received a B.Tech degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Sunetra Sen Narayan is an Associate Professor, at Kharagpur and thereafter an M.A. in Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New communication from Wake Forest University Delhi. She has over 25 years of experience in North Carolina, USA. communications, spanning advertising, print journalism, documentary film production, and teaching.

Shalini Narayanan, DPhil is a Head- Communications, Centre for Digital Financial Inclusion, New Delhi. She is an independent Media Consultant and Trainer with two and a half decades of experience in the government and non-government sectors.

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COMMUNICATINGCO INDIA’S SOFT POWER Seconds with Buddha to Bollywood Daya Kishan Thussu Revised and Updated Edition Daya Kishan Thussu Co-Director, India Media Centre, University of Q. What made you write about India’s soft power? Westminster, London A. I had organized an international conference on this A balanced, learned and historically topic in London in 2011 – first of its kind – in collabora- informed analysis of India’s global tion with the Public Diplomacy Division of the Minis- presence and the soft power that try of External Affairs - and was surprised to find that accompanies it. there was not a single book on this topic. I therefore Lord , Emeritus decided that I should write one. Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster, UK Q. How has Bollywood contributed in expansion of First book-length study of India’s soft power, traversing international India’s Soft Power globally? relations and international communication perspectives. As the world’s largest democracy and third biggest economy on the basis A. As the subtitle of my book suggests, the so-called Bol- of purchasing-power parity, India offers an excellent case study lywood has been an ambassador for India’s popular of the power of culture and communication in the age of mediated culture: we have been exporting films since the 1930s international relations. This South Asia edition features a new Afterword covering latest developments including Prime Minister when India was still a British colony and during the Narendra Modi’s thrust toward Digital India and promoting Buddhism Cold War years, when Hollywood was banned in the as part of India’s public diplomacy. and in China, our films provided enter- CONTENTS tainment to millions around the socialist world – today Acknowledgements / Introduction / De-Americanizing Soft Power / The you can watch a mainstream Indian film in a theatre in Historical Context of India’s Soft Power / India Abroad: The Diasporic central London! Dividend / Software for Soft Power / Culture as Soft Power—Bollywood and Beyond / Branding India—a Public-Private Partnership / Conclusion / Q. Looking at the current scenario vis-à-vis India’s Afterword / Bibliography / Index soft power, where do you see India on the global SAGE VISTAAR map by 2020? 2016 • 248 pages • Paperback (9789351508168) • ` 495.00 (Sales rights restricted to South Asia only) A. Any country’s soft power is underpinned by its hard economic prowess. If India continues to grow at a de- cent pace for the next decade or so Indian cultural and creative industries will also be noticed outside India. ABOUT THE AUTHOR One key element is the diaspora: India has the world’s largest English-speaking diaspora.

Daya Kishan Thussu is Professor of Q. Please share a few interesting facts about “Public- International Communication and Co-Director Private Partnerships” in Branding India of India Media Centre at the University of Westminster in London. A PhD in International A. Rather than using marketing jargon of branding, Indian Relations from Jawaharlal Nehru University, corporates and government need to address the fun- New Delhi, he is the founder and Managing damental issue: how to reduce if not eliminate pov- Editor of Global Media and Communication, a erty– despite our impressive economic growth, India journal published by SAGE. is home to the world’s largest population of people liv- ing in abject poverty. Our democracy, cultural plurality, civilizational influence – all sound hollow if the public- private partnership fails to deliver on this front. Q. India is popular for its cultural and heritage exports. Do you think cultural exports are useful contribution to its soft power? A. Most certainly. India has enormous cultural and civi- lizational assets: from Buddhism to Yoga and to cel- ebratory religiosity. What India needs is a concerted effort at good governance and greater tolerance of differences – cultural, religious and class-based. In- dia should protect and promote its heritage – not just Hindu-Buddhist- but also Islamic (something which is increasingly being marginalized and thus undermining India’s soft power).

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SOCIALSO SECTOR MEDIA AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION IN RESEARCH INDIA A Guide for Professionals Concepts, Practices, and Case Third Edition studies Graham Mytton Independent media Jaishri Jethwaney Professor and research consultant and trainer, Program Director (Advertising and Dorking, Peter Diem Independent Public Relations) at Indian Institute of media research consultant, Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi and Piet Hein van Dam Independent research consultant, Amsterdam, A first-of-its-kind book on social sector Netherlands communication in India that combines concepts with hands-on skillsSocial The only comprehensive training book on sector communication helps address issues by influencing policy conducting research into all forms of mediaThis book outlines all and can be used to bring about desired behavioral change among the methods for conducting research—both active and passive as the targeted public. This book not only highlights the theoretical well as quantitative and qualitative—in all forms of media, including underpinnings, practice, and skill of social sector communications new media such as the Internet, mobile phones and social media. in India, but also provides an understanding of various tools and It explains the ways in which media audiences are measured, strategies required in development communication encompassing understood and taken into account in media planning, advertising social marketing, media advocacy, social mobilization, grassroots sales and social development campaigns. It shows how datasets communication, and corporate social responsibility (CSR). With the are analysed and used. aid of case studies, it offers tips on how to plan campaigns; write CONTENTS a concept note, field report, and press release, and effectively Preface / Introduction / History of Media Research / Quantitative Research: use social media to achieve developmental program goals. The Audience Measurement—General Theory and The Basics / Audience book discusses the different perspectives of NGOs and program and Media Measurement Research Methods in use Today / Quantitative implementers, and helps in understanding the corporate–NGO Online Research / Internet Audience Measurement: Passive Methods and interface vis-à-vis CSR projects. Technologies / Qualitative Research / Audience Opinion and Reaction / Desk Research / Data Analysis / Adapting Media Research to Different Cultures / CONTENTS Appendix / Glossary / Bibliography / Index Preface / Overview of Social Sector in India / Social Marketing / Corporate 2016 • 296 pages • Paperback (9789351506430) • ` 650.00 Social Responsibility / Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization / Grassroots Communication / Planning and Executing Social Communication Campaigns: Case Studies / Hands-on Skills in Writing and Social Media Use / Index 2016 • 288 pages • Hardback (9789351508144) • ` 850.00 COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT ABOUT THE AUTHOR Theory and Practice for Empowerment and Social Jaishri Jethwaney is Professor and Program Justice Director (Advertising and Public Relations) at the Third Edition Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi. Dr Jethwaney has also worked as Srinivas R Melkote School of Media a Project Director for UNESCO on the project and Telecommunication, Bowling Green “Reporting HIV and AIDS: A Media Tool Kit.” She State University and H Leslie Steeves has more than 34 years of experience in brand University of Oregon, Oregon management and corporate communications This book critically examines directed as well as in academia. social change theory and practice while presenting a conceptual framework of development communication to address inequality and injustice in contemporary contexts. This third edition features significantly revised and updated chapters to include the latest scholarship on, and practices of, media and communication for development. It explores empowerment and social justice to individuals and communities around the world in the context of increasing globalization. ABRIDGED CONTENTS Foreword by Late Dr Luis Ramiro Beltran Salmon / Preface / INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW / DEVELOPMENT DISCOURSE, MODERNIZATION THEORY, AND DEVCOM / CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPMENT / LIBERATION PERSPECTIVES AND PRACTICES IN DEVELOPMENT / PARTICIPATORY AND EMPOWERMENT PARADIGMS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE / Appendices / Appendix A: Historical Overview of Development / Underdevelopment / Appendix B: Highligts of Media, Communication, and Development Activities since World War II / Bibliography / Index 2015 • 568 pages • Paperback (9789351502579) • ` 750.00

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VOLUME I: WRITING AND VOLUME II: WRITING AND PRODUCING RADIO DRAMAS PRODUCING FOR TELEVISION Esta de Fossard Johns Hopkins AND FILM University, Washington DC USA Esta de Fossard Johns Hopkins The book demonstrates how to create University, Washington DC USA and RADIO DRAMAS that encourage people John Riber Media for Development - to make positive behavioral changes to East Africa, Dar-es-Salaam improve their lives. It provides instructions, examples, and samples on the creation The book demonstrates how to create TV of serial or stand-alone radio dramas that and FILM DRAMAS that encourage people will attract the attention of audiences. The to make positive behavioral changes to book teaches people how to: improve their lives. The book teaches people how to: • Create RADIO DRAMAS that will appeal to a select audience • Create SERIAL OR STAND-ALONE • Create characters that represent and attract the target audience DRAMAS that will appeal to a select audience • Introduce subtle and convincing ways to improve the standard of • Create characters that represent and attract the target audience living of the audience • Introduce subtle and convincing ways to improve the standard of • Conduct design workshops for preparing design documents living of the audience that help script writers create ‘convincing’ dramas containing the • Conduct design workshops for preparing design documents that help behavior-change message accurately script writers create ‘convincing’ dramas containing the behavior- change message accurately CONTENTS Definitions / Prologue / INTRODUCTION TO ENTERTAINMENT–EDUCATION CONTENTS RADIO DRAMA / Radio Drama for Behavior Change / The Design Approach: List of Figures and Boxes / Preface / Acknowledgments / I: ENTERTAINMENT– The Design Document / The Design Approach: The Design Team / The Design EDUCATION / Using Television and Film for Social Development: The Entertainment–Education Format / II: FOR THE PROGRAM MANAGER / The Approach: The Design Workshop / II: FOR THE PROGRAM MANAGER / Starting Role of the Program Manager / Articulation: Designing Message Content for Up the Radio Serial Drama Project / The Program Manager and the Writing Process Entertainment–Education Programs / III: FOR THE WRITERS / Artistry: Writing / The Preproduction Phase / The Production Phase / Guidelines for Radio Actors / Entertainment–Education Drama / Artistry: Character Development / Guidelines Pilot Testing the Scripts / III: FOR THE WRITER / Writing Entertainment–Education for Script Presentation and Review / Auxiliaries: Enhancing the Message / IV: FOR Drama / Blending Story and Message in the Drama Plot / Character Development THE PRODUCER, DIRECTOR, AND FILMMAKER / Guidelines for Pre-Production: / Developing the Setting / Writing for the Ear / Scene Development / The Finished Needs, Budgets, and Contracts / Guidelines for Pre-Production: Artistic Preparation Script and the Writer’s Checklist / Success of Radio Entertainment–Education / Guidelines for Successful Shooting / V: FOR THE ACTORS/ARTISTS / Guidelines Programs / Credits / Appendix A: Sample Design Document / Appendix B: For the for Successful Acting / VI: FOR THE EVALUATORS / Pilot Testing / VII: FOR ALL Design Workshop / Appendix C: Design Workshop Question Guide / Appendix D: PROJECT PARTICIPANTS / Major Checklist / Appendix A: Preparing for the Design Journey of Life Episode Synopsis / References and Select Bibliography / Index Workshop / Appendix B:Design Document Sample Pages / Appendix C: Production Budget Samples / Appendix D: Contract Samples / Index 2015 • 324 pages • Paperback (978-93-515-0166-4) • `895.00 2015 • 252 pages • Paperback (978-93-515-0168-8) • `750.00

VOLUME III: USING ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION Esta de Fossard Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC USA and Michael Bailey This volume explains how to integrate education into an entertaining format so that it holds people’s attention while enabling them to improve their health and lifestyle. It also demonstrates how mobile technologies can be used for educating frontline health workers as well as the communities they serve. This book offers many examples of such programs and provides essential guidance on: • Understanding precisely what knowledge must be imparted to the communities and how. • Why mobile technology is the new and most important platform for delivering educational content. • How educational programs can be designed for developing countries in a sustainable way. CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgments / I: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT Esta de Fossard / Providing Distance Education through Edu-tainment / Managing the Edu-Tainment Project / Starting Up the Edu-Tainment Project / The Curriculum Guide / II: FOR THE WRITER / Writing for Edu-Tainment Programming / Edu-Tainment Formats—Radio: The Fictional Workshop / Edu-Tainment Formats—Radio or TV: The Drama Series / Edu-Tainment Formats: The Drama Serial and Synergistic Programming / Edu-Tainment Formats—TV or Radio: The Magazine and Reality Programming / Edu-Tainment Formats—The Case Study: TV, CD, DVD or Video / III: AUXILIARY AND SUPPORT MATERIALS / Support Materials for Edu-Tainment Programs / IV: DISTANCE EDUCATION WITH OR WITHOUT THE INTERNET DISTANCE Michael Bailey / The Significance of Accessible Health Information / The Global End-to-End Media Distribution Process / Context / Key Challenges / How to Make It Happen / Summary / Appendix: Samples of Putting Theory into Practice / Case Study: mLearning in Ethiopia / Case Study: mLearning in Nigeria / Case Study: mCounseling in India / Endnotes / References / Index 2016 • 305 pages • Paperback (978-93-515-0759-8) • ` 850

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EMBATTLED MEDIA INDIAN NEWS MEDIA Democracy, Governance and From Observer to Participant Reform in Sri Lanka Usha M Rodrigues Deakin University, Edited by William Crawley, David Melbourne and Maya Ranganathan Page Institute of Commonwealth Macquarie University, Sydney Studies, University of London and Indian News Media explores the Indian Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena Legal news media’s performance in the past analyst on civil liberties, Columnist, 25 years, by closely examining their Sunday Times and author coverage of a number of issues within ‘This pioneering study considerably the context of the globalizing polity of the broadens the scope of media studies in country, marked by an increase in the use South Asia. The vibrant but beleaguered of new communication technologies. It media in Sri Lanka deserves much highlights the changes in media practices greater scholarly attention and Embattled Media makes an and systems through an analysis of some of the landmark events within the theoretical considerations of invaluable contribution to this endeavour.’ globalization era, in which there has been an expansion of private Daya Thussu Professor of International Communication, enterprise, and arguably the rise of individualisation in India. University of Westminster, London CONTENTS Embattled Media is the first book to look comprehensively at the List of Abbreviations / Acknowledgements / Introduction: Indian News Media evolution of news media in post-colonial Sri Lanka, with a focus in a Globalised Era Usha M. Rodrigues / Television Politics: Evolution of Sun on media policy, law and education. It offers valuable insights into TV in the South Maya Ranganathan / Sting Journalism: A Sign of the Times the importance of independent media for democratic governance Maya Ranganathan / 24-Hour News and Terror: Did the Media Cross the Line? in the wider South Asian region. The book reviews the role of new Usha M. Rodrigues / Paid News: Cocktail of Media, Business and Politics media platforms in widening the scope for public debate. Further, it Maya Ranganathan / Anna’s Movement: Social Media Sets Traditional Media’s provides a detailed analysis of the existing media laws and policies Agenda Usha M. Rodrigues / The Mediated Nation in the Age of Globalisation and of campaigns to reform them. It also focuses on the role of Maya Ranganathan / News Media’s Role in a Transitioning Society Usha M. institutions in media education by providing a comprehensive Rodrigues / Index analysis of existing media curricula and underlining the importance 2014 • 256 pages • Hardback (9789351500506) • ` 950.00 of improved media literacy and introduction of Right to Information Act for a healthy democracy. CONTENTS Preface / Democracy, Governance and Media Reform: Sri Lanka and the Wider Region / I: THE PRINT MEDIA IN SRI LANKA / The Erosion of Media INTERCULTURAL Freedoms: Some Historical Reflections / Sinha Ratnatunga / Minority Media at the Crossroads / Ameen Izzadeen / Journalism on the Front Line / Amal COMMUNICATION Jayasinghe / Women Journalists: Fighting the Good Fight / Namini Wijedasa / II: ELECTRONIC AND NEW MEDIA / The Political Economy of the Electronic The Indian Context Media / Tilak Jayaratne and Sarath Kellapotha / New Media, Old Mindsets / Nalaka Gunawardene / III: LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS / One Ramesh N Rao Columbus State Step Forward, Many Steps Back: Media Law Reform Examined / Kishali University, Columbus, GA and Avinash Pinto-Jayawardena and Gehan Gunatilleke / Why a Right to Information Thombre University of Arkansas, Act Is an Urgent Necessity / Jayantha de Almeida Guneratne / IV: MEDIA Little Rock EDUCATION AND REFORM / Media Education: A Curricular Review / Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena and Gehan Gunatilleke / Media Education and the Tamil Intercultural communication has Community: A View from the North and the East / S. Raguram / Putting seeped into the training of Indian the Citizen First: New Approaches to Media Literacy / Tilak Jayaratne and diplomats, negotiation patterns of Sarath Kellapotha / V:FUTURE PROSPECTS / Challenges Ahead and a Call savvy business leaders, and day-to-day for Action / Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena and Gehan Gunatilleke / Conclusion: interaction of young Indians, whether on Media Reform in a National and Global Context / Glossary / Bibliography / Index Facebook or Twitter. This first-of-its-kind book introduces readers to the challenges of, and opportunities for, 2015 • 416 pages • Hardback (9789351500629) • ` 1050.00 communicating across verbal, nonverbal, and cultural differences existing in India due to its myriad languages and ethnic, caste, and religious diversity. CONTENTS List of Tables / List of Figures / Preface / Communication and Culture / The Beginnings of Intercultural Contact / Orientation of Culture / Self, Perception, and Formation of Intercultural Identity / Nonverbal Communication: The World Beyond Words / Language and Intercultural Communication / Cosmologies and Worldviews / Cultures within Culture / Culture, Communication, and Conflict / Competence in and Knowledge of Intercultural Communication / Index 2015 • 384 pages • Hardback (9789351500308) • ` 1150.00

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MEDIA AT WORK IN CHINAA THE BASICS OF AND INDIA COMMUNICATION Discovering and Dissecting A Relational Perspective Edited by Robin Jeffrey La Trobe Second Edition University, Bundoora and Ronojoy Sen National University of Singapore Steve Duck University of Iowa and David T McMahan Missouri Western A rare comparison between India State University and China in the same breath, this anthology of essays on media is a Written in a warm and lively style and packed with learning tools, The Basics of welcome one. [The book] is about the Communication offers an engaging look changing dynamics of media in both the at the inseparable connection between countries, with essays by distinguished relationships and communication. Steve journalists, media practitioners and scholars in China, India and Duck and David T. McMahan combine theory and application to the West, offering the long and short of structures, practices introduce students to fundamental communication concepts. and practitioners in political orders as vastly different as India This book also includes practical instruction on communicating and China. interpersonally, in groups, in interviews and on making effective The Financial Express presentations. Anyone who visits India or China will puzzle over their vast media CONTENTS systems. Though they exercise immense influence, the world knows Preface / An Overview of Communication / Verbal Communication / Nonverbal very little about the media landscape in the two countries. The world’s Communication / Listening / Identities and Perceptions / Talk and Interpersonal two most populous countries, comprising close to 40 per cent of Relationships / Groups and leaders / Culture and Communication / Technology the global population, have disputed boundaries and the legacy of in Everyday Life / Relational Uses and Understanding of Media / Preparing the 1962 war. Mass media in both countries plays a pivotal role in for a Public Presentation / Developing a Public Presentation / Relating domestic politics and is capable of telling provocative nationalist Through Informative Speeches and Persuasive Speeches / Delivering a Public Presentation / Interviewing / Glossary / Index stories. This book helps readers to understand the complexities of media in India and China, and their similarities and differences. It SAGE SOUTH ASIA introduces the two media systems, the people who work in them, 2012 • 472 pages • Paperback (9788132110217) • ` 595.00 the work they produce and the pressures that influence their work. Originally priced at $107.00 (Paperback). Sales rights restricted to South Asia only! CONTENTS Preface / Introduction: Media at Work—Four Sames and Three Differents / Robin Jeffrey and Ronojoy Sen / I: STRUCTURES / Development and Communication: The Evolution of Chinese Media / Li Yang / Newspapers in India: Diversity, Ownership and Future / Robin Jeffrey / India on Television: Owners, Politicians and Debate in a Democracy / Nalin Mehta / China’s MEDIA ANALYSIS Cultural War against the West / Ying Zhu / II. REPORTERS / Portrait of a Chinese Journalist / John Zhou / Portrait of an Indian Journalist / Anshuman Tiwari / Experience: Understanding and Reporting India / Tang Lu / Media, TECHNIQUES Messaging and Misperceptions in India–China Relations: Reading the Tea Fourth Edition Leaves / Ananth Krishnan / III. PRACTICES / China in the Times of India / Ronojoy Sen / The View from an Indian Television Newsroom: What Makes Arthur Asa Berger San Francisco Us Different? / Srinjoy Chowdhury / Trying Hard to Be Soft: The Chinese State University State and India in CCTV News / Danny Geevarghesei / The CCTV–Reuters Relationship / John Jirik / Covering Commerce: How Indian Newspapers This book provides students with a Treat Business, Economics and the China Story / Subhomoy Bhattacharjee / clear, practical guide to media analysis IV. DISSECTIONS / Media Control as Stability Maintenance: The Case of techniques. Written in an accessible the Sichuan Earthquake / Ming Xia / When Officials and Media Failed: The Response to the Uttarakhand Floods, 2013 / Anup Kumar / Social Media: style with the author’s own creative China and India Compared / Jonathan Benney, Nimmi Rangaswamy / Shooting illustrations, the book walks readers the Messengers / Simon Long / Glossary / Index through the four most important methods 2015 • 396 pages • Hardback (9789351503002) • ` 995.00 of analyzing and interpreting our mass mediated culture: semiotic theory, Marxist theory, psychoanalytic theory, and sociological theory. The text coaches students on how to support their media interpretation if they want to convince others that their opinions are worth considering. CONTENTS Preface / I: TECHNIQUES OF INTERPRETATION / Semiotic Analysis / Marxist Analysis / Psychoanalytic Criticism / Sociological Analysis / II: APPLICATIONS / Murderers on the Orient Express / Seven Points on the Game of Football / The Maiden With the Snake: Interpretations of a Print Advertisement / All- News Radio and the American Bourgeoisie / Video Games: A New Art Form / Cell Phones, Social Media and the Problem of Identity / Epilogue : Shmoos and Analysis / Appendix : Simulations, Activities, Games, and Exercises / Glossary / References / Name Index / Subject Index SAGE SOUTH ASIA 2012 • 280 pages • Paperback (9788132110132) • ` 475.00 Originally priced at $70.00 (Paperback). Sales rights restricted to South Asia only!

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‘AD’APTING TO MARKETS SOCIAL WORK IN MENTAL HEALTH Repackaging Commercials in Edited by Abraham P Francis Department of Social Work and Indian Languages Human Service, James Cook University Sunitha Srinivas C Govt. College of Mokeri, Calicut, Kerala AREAS OF PRACTICE, This book looks at what goes into CHALLENGES, AND WAY localization of advertisements in Indian FORWARD languages. ‘Ad’apting to Markets Areas of Practice, Challenges, and Way discusses the process of localization Forward offers a detailed discussion on of advertisements (ads) in different the theoretical and practice frameworks Indian languages and its socio-cultural that are based on social justice and human implications. While doing so, it provides rights perspectives. It not only provides an insights into the ideologies and cultural overview of intervention strategies but also values of contemporary societies as they directs readers’ attention to an alternative have a powerful influence not only on consumers’ product choices way of addressing mental health issues. but also on their motivations and lifestyles. The author presents a cross-cultural and CONTENTS global perspective of mental health, but Acknowledgements / Introduction / The World of Advertising / The Illusion with specific references to India and Asia. Industry: Advertising on Television / Making Sense of Advertisements: Reading He also addresses some of the recent Ads Theoretically / Localization: Issues in Cultural Transmission / ‘Culturalizing’ debates in recovery, partnerships and Advertisements: Relocating the Ad Message / The Visual-linguistic strengthsbased practices. ‘Relay’: Interpreting Advertisement Signs / The New Media: A Study of the Mobile Online Advertising / The Social Media: Localization and Global ABRIDGED CONTENTS Communication / ‘Ad’apting to Markets: Means to the Consumer’s Heart and Foreword Vimla V Nadkarni / List of Tables / Prologue: The Making of the Book Purse / Bibliography / Index / Introduction Abraham P Francis / I. AREAS OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE 2015 • 232 pages • Hardback (9789351502401) • ` 750.00 IN MENTAL HEALTH / II. CHALLENGES AND WAY FORWARD / Appendix 1: Glossary / Appendix 2: Reflective / Practice Questions / Index 2014 • 384 pages • Paperback (9788132117407) • ` 895.00

UNDERSTANDING INDIA CONTEXTS AND THEORIES FOR PRACTICE Cultural Influences on Indian Television Commercials Contexts and Theories for Practice begins with an exploration of the context of Rohitashya Chattopadhyay Marketing social work practice. It offers opportunities Research Professional to consider global perspectives on mental health, as well as relevant historical, This book is about Indian television contemporary and emerging trends and commercial production. It focuses on ideologies from around the world. The how key production decisions shape a book provides a detailed discussion on television commercial’s visual language. the theoretical and practice frameworks The larger goal of the book is to delineate that are based on social justice and human the link between this visual language and rights perspectives. It not only provides an India’s socio-cultural identity. In this, overview of intervention strategies but also outcome of an ethnographic study that directs readers’ attention to an alternative attempted to capture the nuances of the way of addressing mental health issues. cinematic or visual aspect of marketing communications strategy. It is, thus, situated at the intersection of interests in marketing and ABRIDGED CONTENTS visual culture. List of Illustrations / Foreword Vimla V Nadkarni / Acknowledgements / I. CONTEXT OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE / II. THEORIES THAT INFORM CONTENTS PRACTICE / Index Preface / I: GOING HOME / Introduction / Scope of the Study / Television 2014 • 368 pages • Paperback (9788132117391) • ` 795.00 Commercial Production Process / The Role of Images / Television Commercials as Cinema / The National Context / Outline of the Book / II: INDIA CHANGING / Introduction / Liberalization and the Public Sphere / Consumer Socialization / SBI Mutual Fund: Creating the Small Town Investor / SBI Mutual Fund: On the Road / The Four Scripts / Consumer Socialization Revisited / Conclusion / III: VISUALIZING INDIA / Introduction / Choosing the Director / The SBI Mutual Fund Appearance: Simulation and Framing / The SBI Mutual Fund Appearance: Role of Referencing / The SBI Mutual Fund Appearance: Visualizing India / The Tata Indicom Appearance: Indian Visuals / The Tata Indicom Appearance: Mass Appeal as Difference / The Tata Indicom Appearance: The Script and Animation / The Tata Indicom Appearance: Visualizing India / Conclusion / IV: INDIA BATTING / Introduction / Two Forms of Cricket / Reebok–Pedagogical and Performative Citizenship / Reebok: Imagery of the Male Body / Reebok: The Body as In-between / Conclusion / V: FEMININE INDIA / Introduction / The Alpha Female / The Female Assistant / The Female Model / Conclusion / VI: CONSUMING INDIA / Introduction / Visual Representation and Culture / Mediation of Consumerism / Creating the Spectacle / The Role of the Filmmaker / Consuming India / Conclusion / Glossary of Terms / Selected Bibliography / Index 2014 • 192 pages • Hardback (9788132113928) • ` 750.00

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PHILANTHROPYPH IN INDIA SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY Promise to Practice DEVELOPMENT Meenaz Kassam American University of Sharjah, Femida Handy University of PRACTICE Pennsylvania and Emily Jansons works Manohar Pawar Charles as Corporate Social Responsibility Sturt University Manager in Toronto Social and Community Development A vivid account of philanthropic practices Practice makes a persuasive case for in the Indian context. has a employing a social development approach very long tradition in India. All practicing to community development practice at religions embody the idea of philanthropy local and village levels. Towards this end, and the concept of daanworks across the book offers a conceptual clarity of religions and cultures. This book provides social and community development (SCD) unique sociological and empirical by adding new dimensions. perspectives, contrasting what is happening in India vis-andaacute;- vis other countries. It documents various government policies that CONTENTS have influenced philanthropy and identifies successful strategies List of Tables, Figures and Boxes / List of Abbreviations / Foreword David Cox / practiced by the general population as well as organizations. Preface / I: SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (SCD) PRACTICE / Through case studies, narratives and interviews of philanthropists, A Social Development Approach / Local-level Community Development / Values and Principles / Dynamics of Community Development Practice / the book examines various modes of giving—formal and informal, II: EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL SCD / Social religious and secular, charitable trusts and foundations, NGOs and Policy Education for SCD Workers / International SCD Curricula for Training corporates, diaspora as well as social media platforms—that shape Social Workers / III: DEVELOPING THE SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION the practice and promise of philanthropy in India today. FOR SCD PRACTICE / Adapting the Social Work Profession: Some Issues and Prospects / SCD Education through Distance Mode: An Unexplored CONTENTS Potential / Social Work’s Code of Ethics and Ethics-based SCD Practice / Foreword by Noshir H. Dadrawala / Acknowledgments / Introduction / The IV: THE FUTURE OF SCD / Social Work and SCD Practice: Reflections and Practice of Philanthropy / Charitable Trusts in India / Individual Giving / Foreflections / Acknowledgements / Bibliography / Index Corporate Giving / Diaspora Philanthropy / Trends in Philanthropy / 2014 • 320 pages • Hardback (9788132118459) • ` 1050.00 Conclusion / Bibliography / Index 2016 • 252 pages • Hardback (9789351507529) • ` 750.00 Also available in Hindi!

ABOUT THE AUTHORS THE OCEAN IN A DROP Inside-Out Youth Leadership Meenaz Kassam is Associate Professor at the American University of Sharjah. Ashraf Patel, Meenu Venkateswaran Founder member, Pravah and Commutiny-The Youth Collective, New Delhi, Kamini Prakash Director, Research Function, Pravah, New Delhi and Arjun Femida Handy is Professor of Nonprofit Studies Shekhar Founder member, Pravah at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr Handy and Commutiny-The Youth Collective, is currently Editor-in-Chief of Nonprofit and New Delhi Voluntary Sector Quarterly, a premier journal The book makes a convincing case in the field. for citizens to participate in national issues, especially in today’s troubled times well written book. The The Ocean in a Drop explores how young people have contributed Emily Jansons is works in Corporate Social significantly to society in the past, and suggests ways in which they Responsibility and has a background in can take centre stage again. Traditionally, society has legitimized international development research and four spaces for young people: the family, friends, education/careers, practice. She was granted the 2012 Italian and leisure. The book introduces the concept of the 5th Space—a Research in Philanthropy Award from the space that goes beyond the commonly used terms of volunteerism Catholic University of Milan for her work on and Active Citizenship and focuses on three critical aspects of Indian philanthropy. youth development: understanding the Self, building meaningful relationships, and impacting Society. CONTENTS Foreword / Rashmi Bansal / Prologue: The Classroom Is My World / Is Society Hanging on to an Archaic Concept of the Classroom? Can Adults Really "Teach" Young People? / If You Approach the Ocean with a Spoon, Won't It Look Like a Drop? / What Are the Different Lenses for Viewing Youth? / Why Are Youth-Centric Spaces So Critical? / What Design Principles Can Help to Cocreate a Vibrant 5th Space? / Epilogue: The World Is My Classroom / Index 2013 • 227 pages • Paperback (9788132109631) • ` 475.00

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WOMEN AND LAW SEPARATED AND Critical Feminist Perspectives DIVORCED WOMEN IN Edited by Kalpana Kannabiran Director, Council for Social INDIA Development, Hyderabad Economic Rights and The authors have also raised pertinent Entitlements questions on gender justice often Kirti Singh Lawyer sought to be swept under the carpet by the system apart from being a [The book] delves into the issue as to treasure-trove on gender justice, also how women in India lose out completely offers plausible answers to a host of if the marriage does not work out. The questions on women and law, without author, here, is more of a researcher, confounding us with legal jargon. That for she has interviewed women across makes it a winner, hands down. Indian states to find out how women take all the ill-treatment... The Hindu The Sunday Guardian A compilation of 11 insightful essays, examines these questions and a range of concerns—domestic violence, employment and labour, Separated and Divorced Women in India examines the economic anti-discrimination jurisprudence, family laws, access to forest and rights and entitlements of separated/deserted women in law and land rights, the right to health, the complexities in the intersection practice in India, and explores all the laws and policies relating of women’s rights with disability rights and women’s experiences of to financial support for a wife or child that come into play once a repressive legislation such as TADA. separation or divorce has taken place. CONTENTS CONTENTS Preface / Introduction / Bringing Rights Home: Review of the Campaign Foreword Prabha Sridevan / Prabha Sridevan / Introduction / Main for a Law on Domestic Violence / Indira Jaising / Conjugality, Property, Findings / General Information about the Surveyees / Work Status and Earning Morality and Maintenance / Flavia Agnes / Women, Forestspaces and the Capacity / Family Status and Lifestyle / Spousal and Child Support and the Law: Transgressing the Boundaries / Sagari R Ramdas / Women’s Rights and Dowry System / Social Status, Mobility, Skills and Decision-Making / Findings Entitlements to Land in South Asia: Changing Forms of Engagements / Meera from Different Cities / Conclusion and Recommendations / Appendix / Velayudhan / Outside the Realm of Protective Legislation: The Saga of Unpaid Bibliography / Index Work in India / Padmini Swaminathan / Gender Equality at Workplace: A Frozen 2013 • 248 pages • Hardback (9788132109525) • ` 1050.00 Agenda / D Nagasaila / Judicial Meanderings in Patriarchal Thickets: Litigating Sex Discrimination in India / Kalpana Kannabiran / Women’s Health and Law in India: Trends of Hope and Despair / Shruti Pandey / Prenatal Diagnosis: Where Do We Draw the Line? / Anita Ghai and Rachana Johri / Religion, Feminist Politics and Muslim Women’s Rights in India / Zoya Hasan / Women and State Violence: Where Is Justice? / Anita Tiphagne / Index IN CUSTODY 2013 • 324 pages • Hardback (9788132113133) • ` 1050.00 Law, Impunity and Prisoner Abuse in South Asia Nitya Ramakrishnan Lawyer, CRIME AND JUSTICE IN New Delhi [The book] highlights the practice of INDIA custodial torture in South Asia and Edited by N Prabha Unnithan Colorado the urgency to engage with it-through State University, Fort Collins the system and through society.... Ramakrishna’s book brings within Criminology and criminal justice is in its its compass the entirety of complex infancy in India. This book attempts to dynamics related to the practice of examine India's crime problem in detail custodial torture, tracing the past and and document if and how its criminal present day nature of the conflict between the norm and its justice system has responded to practice, not just in India but also the five nations surrounding it. emerging challenges and opportunities. The objective is to move beyond mere The Hindu observations and thoughtful opinions, In Custody examines the professed and actual commitment to and make contributions that are the next custodial justice on the part of six South Asian countries. India, steps in the development of an empirical Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan have all (or evidence-based) criminology and criminal justice on this vast and been affected by the geopolitics of colonialism. Nineteenth century diverse country-by focusing on research that is both balanced and Europe is often simplistically seen as the ideological source of the precise. This book brings together a diverse set of 32 academics rights discourse in South Asia. But, like any ideological theme, the from India, the US, and the UK who have authored 19 chapters on discourse on rights is also a negotiated space. Resistance created many aspects of crime and justice in India. a need to justify imperialism by importing a purpose to it. Regulation ABRIDGED CONTENTS of policing was the coloniser's superior norm, and also, his tool of control. Foreword Graeme R Newman / Preface / OVERVIEWS OF CRIME AND JUSTICE IN INDIA / POLICING IN INDIA / CRIMINAL LAW AND COURTS IN 2013 • 504 pages • Hardback (9788132109464) • ` 1050.00 INDIA / PUNISHMENT AND CORRECTIONS IN INDIA / Conclusions / Index 2013 • 476 pages • Hardback (9788132109778) • ` 1150.00

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS ADOPTION IN INDIA Domestic Violence in India Policies and Experiences Edited by Rinki Bhattacharya Vinita Bhargava University of Delhi Chairperson, Bimol Roy Memorial Committee, Mumbai Adoption in India is a pioneering study on child adoption in India. Challenging To be assaulted, abused and raped by some of the prevailing theories on someone as intimate as a husband, or adoptive parenting through empirical lover, is the most degrading experience data. It examines the issues that impinge for a woman. Not recognized as on the development of adopted children in ‘real violence, abuse of this nature is India. Importantly, this is the first book to experienced daily by countless women give space to the voices of children. The in every culture. Behind closed doors of book is divided into two sections. The first family, custom, values, traditions that are deals with the macro-level issues of child taken for granted and never questioned— adoption and discusses- historical and are muffled voices of terror and trauma, which do not reach beyond global perspectives concerning adoption;- theoretical paradigms, the threshold nor attract the attention of lawmakers of redress problems of research design and evaluation of research outcomes agents. Edited by a renowned women’s rights activist and a former in adoption studies; and- the Indian socio-political and socio-cultural victim of domestic violence, the book takes us inside these closed contexts and contemporary adoption practices. doors. It puts together the life stories of seventeen women from diverse culture, class, education and religious backgrounds in India CONTENTS who were victims of domestic violence. Foreword S Anandalakshmy / Prologue / I: ADOPTION POLICIES AND MACRO CONCERNS / Introduction / Theoretical Paradigms and Research Findings / CONTENTS Adoption and the Indian Socio-political Context / Socio-cultural Dimensions Foreword / Shirin Kudchedkar / Introduction / Rinki Bhattacharya / Devi: The of Adoption in India / II: MICRO ISSUES: EXPERIENCES OF PARENTS Disempowered Goddess / Anwesha Arya / Contextualizing Domestic Violence: AND CHILDREN / Researching Adoption: The Cultural Reality / Alternative Family, Community, State / Sobha Venkatesh Ghosh / The Narratives / Rinki Parenting / Construction of the Self in an Adopted Child / Family Interactions Bhattacharya / Police Attitude and Women / Kalindi Muzumdar / Roadmap for and Self-evaluations / Epilogue / Appendices / Glossary / References Support / Rinki Bhattacharya / Afterword / Chhaya Dey / Glossary 2013 • 296 pages • Paperback (9788132110279) • ` 295.00 2013 • 244 pages • Paperback (9788132110262) • ` 295.00

OPERATION BLACK A SPACE OF HER OWN THUNDER Personal Narratives of Twelve An Eyewitness Account of Women Terrorism in Punjab Edited by Leela Gulati Centre for Sarab Jit Singh Former Deputy Development Studies, Trivandrum Commissioner of Amritsar and Jasodhara Bagchi Former Chairperson, West Bengal Commission Centred around a gripping account of for Women, Kolkata Operation Black Thunder, by one who initiated it and was intimately involved in A Space of Her Own is a tale of how executing it, this absorbing book analyses the author fought to establish her own the factors responsible for the rise and personhood and create a sphere of growth of terrorism in Punjab, including autonomy where she is able to make the role of Pakistan in promoting terrorism decisions to nurture herself and those in India. Pulling no punches, the author also criticizes the role of around her. politicians and the Congress government in Delhi, particularly its use CONTENTS of central intelligence agencies in order to undermine the growth of The Wind Beneath My Wings / / A Heritage of Heresy a regional party like the Aklali Dal by promoting the rise of leaders within Tradition / Vina Mazumdar / A Daughter of Awadh / Zarina Bhatty / A such as Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. Struggle for Space / Hema Sundaram / The Tyranny of Tradition / Leela Gulati / Wings Come to Those who Fly Maithreyi / Krishna Raj / The Times that are CONTENTS A-Changing / Priti T Desai / Uneven Earth and Open Sky / Saroja Kamakshi / Foreword / Preface / The Golden Temple: In the Eye of the Storm / The Sikh Abode of Colour / Vijaya Mehta / Striking New Roots / Sushil Narulla / Matriliny Heritage and the Punjab Problem / The Rajiv-Longowal Accord: The 'Secret' within Patriliny / Jasodhara Bagchi / Three Generations of Women / Mary Healing Touch / S S Barnala's Government: The Healing Touch Impaired / Roy / Afterword: The Colonised Coloniser / Arlie Hochschild / Bibliography Governor Ray's Tenure / The Politics of the Clergy / January—March 1988: The 2014 • 284 pages • Paperback (9788132117964) • ` 325.00 Killings Increase / April—May 1988: Measures to End the Killing / Operation Black Thunder / The Militants Surrender / Trial at Midnight / Restoring the Maryada / Demoralisation Versus a Gun Battle / The SGPC's Dilemma / Jasbir Singh Rode's Dismissal / The Corridor Plan / Jasbir Singh Rode Resurrected / Panchayat Elections Postponed: Missed Opportunities / The Militants and the Police: Between the Two Terrors / The 'National Games' / A New Government at the Centre / The `Civil Face' of Governor Mukherjee's Administration / Governor Varma's Tenure / 1990: The Killings Continue / Governor Malhotra Takes Charge / Attempts to Restore Democracy / Delhi's Inconsistent Punjab Policy / Elections by February 1992 / From President's Rule to an Elected Government: The Return of Democracy / In Retrospect 2014 • 364 pages • Paperback (9788132117940) • ` 350.00

40A SAGE Classics Also available in Hindi!

BUDDHISM IN INDIA WAR AND DIPLOMACY IN Challenging Brahmanism and KASHMIR, 1947-48 Caste C. Dasgupta The Energy and Gail Omvedt Dr B R Ambedkar Chair Resources Institute on Social Change and Development, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Kashmir is arguably one of the most New Delhi contentious and complex issues in South Asia today. It has persisted for more This fascinating book constitutes a than 50 years despite wars, summits unique exploration of 2,500 years of the and declarations, and seems to be as development of Buddhism, Brahmanism intractable as ever. This important book and caste in India. Taking Dr Ambedkar`s sheds fresh light on the genesis of the interpretation of Buddhism as its starting problem and examines the consequences point, Dr Gail Omvedt has researched of the often ignored fact that British both the original source of the Buddhist officers commanded the armed forces of cannon and recent literature to provide an absorbing account of the both India and Pakistan at that time. Based on documents that have historical, social, political and philosophical aspects of Buddhism. now been declassified, it reveals the roles played by Mountbatten In the process, she discusses a wide range of important issues and the British service chiefs in India and Pakistan during the of current concern. Dr Omvedt maintains that the revolutionary Kashmir War of 1947-48. audacity of Dalit leaders such as Dr B.R. Ambedkar, despite their often subversive reinterpretation of the Buddhist tradition, is in CONTENTS tune with the basic ethos of original Buddhism. Ambedkar found Introduction / Junagadh—A Curtain Raiser / Crisis in Kashmir / The Defence his own middle way by avoiding both the straitjacket of the Marxist of Srinagar / Reactions in London / Jammu Province / The Governor-General ideological response to suppression and the tame reformist within as Mediator / Military Plans / Counter-Attack or UN Appeal? / The Security Council / A Private Initiative / The Spring Offensive / The UN Commission the fold of Hinduism. for India and Pakistan / Limited Offensives / The Last Round / Ceasefire / CONTENTS Conclusion Preface / Introduction: Reconstructing the World / The Background to 2014 • 256 pages • Paperback (9788132117957) • ` 325.00 Buddhism / The Dhamma: The Basic Teachings of Buddhism / Transitoriness and Transformations / Buddhist Civilisation / The Defeat of Buddhism in India / After Buddhism: The Bhakti Movements / Colonial Challenges, Indian Responses and Buddhist Revival / Navayana Buddhism and the Modern Age / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index 2013 • 344 pages • Paperback (9788132110286) • ` 295.00

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41A History Also available in Hindi & Marathi!

THE BOSE BROTHERS ANDD FACING GLOBALIZATION INDIAN INDEPENDENCE IN THE HIMALAYAS An Insider’s Account Belonging and the Politics of the Self Madhuri Bose Human Rights Advocate and Writer Edited by Gerard Toffin Director of Research, National Center for Scientific [The book] is a source for future Research (CNRS), Villejuif and Joanna historians in search of material Pfaff-Czarnecka Bielefeld University as it relies heavily on information generated by various family This book explores the complex members; especially the first-hand relationships between belonging and accounts of Amiya Nath Bose globalization in the contemporary (nephew of Subhas Chandra Bose). Himalayan world and beyond. Over the last decades, the interrelations at The Sunday Tribune local, national, and global scales have intensified in historically This book chronicles the roles of Sarat and Subhas Chandra Bose unprecedented forms and intensity. At the same time, homogenizing in the Indian freedom struggle. It draws from first-hand accounts of global processes have generated parochial and vernacular reactions. Amiya Nath Bose who was close to them as family, political ally and This book aims at developing an appropriate analysis of these also was a confidant and trusted envoy. The book takes us through interactions and, thus, at supplementing the previous collection on the turbulent political arena of India in the 1920s and unravels the Politics of Belonging in the Himalayas. the politics of the Indian Nationalist Movement as experienced by Sarat and Subhash Chandra Bose. It reveals their interactions ABRIDGED CONTENTS with contemporary leaders Chittaranjan Das, Jinnah, Motilal and Preface / Introduction: Globalization and Belonging in the Himalayas Jawaharlal Nehru, and —down and in Trans-Himalayan Social Spaces / SHIFTING HORIZONS OF BELONGING / MIGRANT EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH ASIA AND BEYOND / the years till Partition in 1947, an event which Sarat Bose relentlessly CREATING TRANSNATIONAL BELONGING / GLOBALITY AND ACTIVIST opposed. With access to diaries, notes, photographs and private EXPERIENCE / NATIONAL RECONFIGURATIONS / Glossary correspondence, this book, written by a member of the Bose family, brings to light previously unpublished material on Netaji and Sarat GOVERNANCE, CONFLICT AND CIVIC ACTION Chandra Bose. 2014 • 484 pages • Hardback (9788132111627) • ` 1050.00 CONTENTS Foreword by Rajmohan Gandhi / Acknowledgements / Introduction / 1. The Bose Brothers and ‘Ami’ / 2. The Road to Mandalay / 3. Swaraj Beckons, Swaraj Denied / 4. Bose Brothers and Gandhi: Parting of the Ways / 5. Partition: A Bitter Pill / 6. A Free and United Bengal / Epilogue / Glossary / ON THE EDGE OF EMPIRE Index 2015 • 296 pages • Hardback (9789351503972) • ` 750.00 Four British Plans for North East India, 1941–1947 Edited by David R Syiemlieh Member, Union Public Service Commission ABOUT THE AUTHOR In the closing years of the British rule in India, a secret plan was conceived and discussed at the highest circles Madhuri Bose was born and brought up in for a crown colony comprising the hill Kolkata, the daughter and second child of areas of North East India and the tribal Amiya Nath and Jyostna Bose, grand-daughter areas of Burma. The plan could not be of Sarat Chandra Bose and grand-niece of implemented largely because it came up his younger brother Subhas Chandra Bose. for discussion in the closing years of the Reminiscences from her father Amiya of the British rule over India. The plan has been immense contributions of the iconic Bose referred to in many publications. What was of concern was that brothers to the Indian freedom struggle were scholars have made reference to the Crown Colony Plan/Protectorate the stuff of her childhood and the genesis of without reading the actual texts. For too long, secondary references this book. have been used in writing about these plans as the original documents were not easily available for research. This book compiles the four British plans into a single volume. There is a connection between the four plans of Reid, Clow, Mills and Adams. All four were members of the Indian Civil Service, all four served in various capacities in the region and all officers left their accounts/notes perhaps not mindful that even if these were not implemented the notes would come up for discussion many years after their departure. CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / David R Syiemlieh / A Note on the Future of the Present Excluded, Partially Excluded and Tribal Areas of / Sir Robert N Reid / A Note on the Future of the Hill Tribes of Assam and the Adjoining Hills in a Self-governing India / James P Mills / The Future Government of the Assam Tribal Peoples / Sir Andrew G Clow / Some Notes on a Policy for the Hill Tribes of Assam / Philip F Adams 2014 • 272 pages • Hardback (9788132113478) • ` 895.00

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PATEL, PRASAD AND FIELDWORK IN SOUTH RAJAJI ASIA Myth of the Indian Right Memories, Moments, and Experiences Neerja Singh Department of History, Satyawati College, University of Delhi Edited by Sarit K Chaudhuri Head, Department of Anthropology, Rajiv In the book, the author defines Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh the sharp differences between the and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri Head, Congress right and socialists. One Centre for Indigenous Culture Studies, major issue that the methodological Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi approach of this research highlights is that anti-western knowledge systems The most valuable reflection on one of and categories of analysis cannot the central concerns of contemporary be rejected simply because they anthropology: to rehabilitate fieldwork are European. as the essential core of the discipline’s specificity. The contributors vividly account how field immersion is always an Business Standard arduous and delicate undertaking and how for the same reason This book traces the debates around the concept of ‘Right and Right- it cannot be substituted by any expedient. wing Politics’ in the Indian political context. Delineating the differing ideological positions held by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Dr Rajendra Philippe Ramirez Directeur de l’UPR 299, Centre d'Études Prasad and C. Rajagopalachari on the one hand and of their leftist/ Himalayennes, CNRS, France socialist detractors and opponents on the other, this book questions Fieldwork in South Asia is a valuable attempt to listen and learn the validity of using terms such as ‘Rightist’ or ‘Leftist’ based on from the memories and significant moments of fieldwork done by Eurocentric notions without understanding the Indian context. anthropologists, sociologists, and even historians from South Asia. The essays lead towards a deeper understanding of concerns of CONTENTS fieldwork located in various field sites across South Asia without Series Editors’ Preface / Preface and Acknowledgements / Crisis of Paradigm: assuming or applying fixed normative rules for the whole region. Historicity of the Concept of ‘Right’ / Social Vision of the Congress ‘Right’ / In the process, the volume allows the reader to have an option The Congress ‘Right’ and the Communal Question / Economic and Political Ideology of the Congress ‘Right’ / Strategic Issues / The Congress ‘Right’: The to locate or relocate ethnographic or other forms of texts in the Princes and the State Peoples’ Movement / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index context of growing methodological contours and dilemmas in the social science. Above all, this is a book about relationships—multi- SAGE SERIES IN MODERN INDIAN HISTORY layered relationships among people encountered in the field, the 2015 • 316 pages • Hardback (9789351502654) • ` 850.00 ethnographic relationship itself, with all its personal raw edges, and relationship with the land and even non-human realms. CONTENTS Foreword / Felix Padel / Preface / Introduction: Evolving Concerns of Fieldwork / Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri / I. EXPERIENCE ARTEFACTS OF HISTORY OF SOUTH ASIAN NATIONS / A Historian/ Anthropologist amongst the Garos of Bangladesh / Ellen Bal / Power and Authority in the Field / Ali Khan / Story Archaeology, Historiography and of My Research in Bhutan / A C Sinha / Remembering Fieldwork Histories / Indian Pasts Mandy Sadan / Fields of Working Knowledge / Ben Campbell / Reflections on Fieldwork in Three Cultures / Arjun Guneratne / Return to Rengsanggri / Sudeshna Guha Associate Researcher, Robbins Burling / II. THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE / Researching Garo Death Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Rites / Erik de Maaker / Memories and Reflections on Ethnographic Fieldwork Studies, University of Cambridge and in ‘Conflict’ Setting / Debojyoti Das / In Search of Storytellers among the Tagore Research Scholar, National Khiamniungan Nagas / Anungla Aier / Experiencing Mortuary Practices in an Anthropological Journey / Gautam Kumar Bera / Making Senses of the Museum in New Delhi Organizations and the Experiences of Anthropological Practices in a University This book encourages us to critically of India / Arnab Das / Tales of Everyday Politics in West Bengal / Suman Nath and Bhaskar Chakrabarti / Doing Fieldwork and Discovering Harijan regard the ways in which ideologies Art in Madhubani / Neel Rekha / Memories of My Third Visit to the Nicobar of cultural heritage and civilisational Archipelago / Vijoy S Sahay / Discovering the Self and Others in Jammu, legacies are transformed into tangible Kashmir, and Ladakh / Abeer Gupta / Dialogue on Indigenous Studies and and visible things through archaeological Fieldwork in India / Daniel J Rycroft and Ganesh Devy / Glossary / Index scholarship. Through little-known 2014 • 404 pages • Hardback (9788132117421) • ` 1050.00 histories of the practices, governance and scholarship of the archaeology of India, this book re-examines the manner in which the past is recalled and historicized. CONTENTS List of Illustrations / Acknowledgements / Histories, Historiography, Archaeology: An Introduction / Antiquarianism and South Asia: Questioning Histories of Origins / Nineveh in Bombay: The Curation of Foreign Antiquities and Histories of India / The Connected Histories of Philology and Archaeology / Fashioning the Unknown: Gordon Childe’s Imprints upon the Indus Civilisation / Civilisation, Heritage and the Archaeological Scholarship / A Vision for Archaeology: Partition, Nationalism and the 'Indian' Pasts / Bibliography / Index 2015 • 296 pages • Hardback (9789351501640) • ` 995.00

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The Mutiny at the Margins series takes a fresh look at Mutiny at the Margins the Revolt of 1857 from a variety of original and unusual perspectives, focusing in particular on neglected socially New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857 marginal groups and geographic areas which have hitherto Series edited by Crispin Bates tended to be unrepresented in studies of this cataclysmic event in British imperial and Indian historiography.

Volume I: Anticipations and Volume III: Global Perspectives Experiences in the Locality Edited by Marina Carter and Crispin Edited by Crispin Bates University Bates University of Edinburgh of Edinburgh Global Perspectives widens the This book centres on unrest and disorder geographical remit of the series and in the long history of resistance to colonial examines the global dissemination and rule (the belli Britannica) prior to 1857, and portrayal of the events of the uprising in the impact of the revolt itself in diverse the international press and literature. localities within India. CONTENTS CONTENTS Preface / Introduction: Global Networks Preface / Introduction / Crispin Bates / and Global Perspectives on the Indian Bandits, Bureaucrats and Bahadur Shah Uprising / Marina Carter and Crispin Bates / Zafar: Articulating Sovereignty and Seeing the International Press and the Indian Uprising / Modern State Effect in the Margins of Colonial Peter Putnis / 'You Cannot Govern by Force India, c. 1757-1858 / Tom Lloyd / Rumours of the Company`s Collapse: The Alone': W. H. Russell and The Times and the Mood of Dasahra 1824 in the Punjab and Hindustan / Dirk H A Kolff / The Great Rebellion / Chandrika Kaul / 'O'er the Cruel Roll of War Drums': The Hazards of Interference': British fears of Rebellion and as a Potential Site Politicisation of Legends in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction / Projit of Conflict, 1829-1857 / Andrea Major / Prostituting the Mutiny: Sex-Slavery Bihari Mukharji / 'Clemency' Canning, the Telegraph, Information and and Crime in the Making of 1857 / William R Pinch / The Roots of Peasant Censorship during 1857 / Deep Kanta Lahiri Chaudhury / Fenians, Sepoys Turbulence: Tenure Structures and 1857 / Amaresh Misra / The Police in Delhi and the Financial Panic of 1857 / Mark Sullivan Hall / Bowld Irish Sepoy / R in 1857 / Mahmood Farooqui / Reflections of 1857 in Contemporary Urdu J Morris / The 'Russian Factor' in the Indian Mutiny / Elena Karatchkova / Literature / Rakshanda Jalil / Contextualising Truth: Deconstructing the Poet General d'Orgoni and French Military Conspiracies in 1857 / Marina Carter / Khazan Singh's Account of the War of Delhi, 1857 / Chhanda Chatterjee / 'Vengeance Against England!': Hermann Goedsche and the Indian Uprising / Situating the Role of Religion in the Rebellion: The Case of the Prayagwals in Kim A Wagner / The Uprising, Migration and the South Asian Diaspora / Marina the Allahabad Uprising / Kama Maclean / The Mutiny in Western India: The Carter and Crispin Bates / Mutiny, Deportation and the Nation: Maulana Jafer 'Marginal' as Regional Dynamic / Naregal / What Constitutes a Margin Thanesri as a Convict / Alavi / Index or Margins? The Politics of Perception and the Representation of Power: The 2013 • 252 pages • Hardback (9788132110521) • ` 950.00 Insurrection of 1857 in Kolhan / Gautam Bhadra / The War of Independence 1857, and Swat / Sultan-I- / Spatial Memorialising of War in 1857: Memories, Traces and Silences in Ethnography / Carol E Henderson / Index 2013 • 284 pages • Hardback (9788132109709) • ` 995.00 Volume IV: Military Aspects of the Indian Uprising Edited by Gavin Rand University Volume II: Britain and the Indian of Greenwich and Crispin Bates Uprising University of Edinburgh Edited by Andrea Major University of Military Aspects of the Indian Uprising Leeds and Crispin Bates University deals with how battles were won and lost of Edinburgh and how the army re-organised after the revolt. It also touches on the thorny issue This book is focusing in particular on of how to define the events of 1857-as a neglected socially marginal groups and rebellion, a national uprising or a small geographic areas which have hitherto war of the kind experienced in many tended to be unrepresented in studies of colonial states. this cataclysmic event in British imperial and Indian historiography. CONTENTS Preface / Introduction: The 'Subaltern at Arms' / GAVIN RAND and CRISPIN CONTENTS BATES / The Sepoy Speaks: Discerning the Significance of the Vellore Preface / Introduction: Fractured Narratives and Mutiny / JAMES W FREY / Combat, Combat Motivation and the Construction Marginal Experiences / Public Perceptions of of Identities: A Case Study / KAUSHIK ROY / Holy Warriors: Religion as 1857: An Overview of British Press Responses to the Indian Uprising / Popular Military Modus Operandi / CRISPIN BATES and MARINA CARTER / Logistic British Interpretations of 'the Mutiny' : Politics and Polemics / Salahuddin Malik / Failures on the Part of the Rebels in 1857 / WILLIAM DALRYMPLE / Durgadas 'Spiritual Battlefields': Evangelical Discourse and the Writings of the London and Sitaram: Tales of Loyalty in the Great Indian Uprising / SABYASACHI Missionary Society / Scottish Presbyterian Missionaries and Public Opinion DASGUPTA / Reconstructing the Imperial Military after the Rebellion / GAVIN in Scotland / Esther Breitenbach / Captive Women and Manly Missionaries: RAND / Finding those Men with 'Guts': The Ascription and Re-ascription of Narratives of Women Missionaries in India / Ambiguous Imperialisms: British Martial Identities in India after the Uprising / GAJENDRA SINGH / Mutiny, War Subaltern Attitudes towards the 'Indian War' / Being Indian in Britain during or Small War? Revisiting an Old Debate / GAUTAM CHAKRAVARTY / Index 1857 / Marginalised Victims of 1857 / Marginal Whites and the Great Uprising: A 2013 • 260 pages • Hardback (9788132110538) • ` 895.00 Case Study of the Bengal Presidency / Besieged in Common: Shared Narratives of British Men and Women in 1857 / Sir George Grey and Indian Rebellion: The Unmaking and Making of an Imperial Career / Jill Bender / Index 2013 • 264 pages • Hardback (9788132110514) • ` 950.00

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Volume V: Muslim, Dalit and VolumeVl VIIDVII: Documents of the Subaltern Narratives Indian Uprising Edited by Crispin Bates University Edited by Crispin Bates and Marina of Edinburgh Carter University of Edinburgh Muslim, Dalit and Subaltern Narratives This is a source book that provides addresses the role of marginal and samples from rare documents unearthed Muslim groups respectively, exploring in the course of extensive research minority perceptions of the Uprising, conducted during the Mutiny at the including Dalit narratives and the use of Margins project. Both a research tool 1857 in re-imagining the past. The second and a teaching resource, it employs half of the volume looks into the response images and texts to offer a unique and involvement of different Muslim social range of primary sources relating to groups, from civil servants, philosophers the 1857 uprising, its aftermath and and logicians to the Mujahidin, as well as legacies. Emphasising subaltern and exploring the experience of indigenous marginal perspectives, it is designed to participants in their own words. complement the previous six volumes of the series. CONTENTS CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Markus Daechsel / Identity Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Crispin Bates / Precursors / The and Narratives: Dalits and Memories of 1857 / Badri Narayan Tiwari / Uprising: Indian Experiences and Reactions / The Uprising: British Experiences Condemnation and Commemoration: (En)Gendering Dalit Narratives of and Reactions / Global Reactions to the news of the Indian Uprising / The 1857 / Charu Gupta / ‘We’ and ‘They’ in an Altered Ecumene: The Mutiny Aftermath / Remembering ‘the Mutiny’ / Re-Imagining the Uprising in Poetry from the Mutineers’ Mouths / Nupur Chaudhuri and Rajat Kanta Ray / Sites and Prose / Memorialising the Mutiny / Commemorations / Glossary / Index of Provocation and Coalescence: Jails as Spaces of Rebellion in 1857–1858 / 2013 • 408 pages • Hardback (9788132113553) • ` 1195.00 (tent.) Clare Anderson / Ideology and Paradox in British Civil Service Accounts of Muslim ‘Conspiracy’ in 1857–1859 / Alex Padamsee / Questionable Loyalties: Muslim Government Servants and Rebellion / Avril A Powell / The Legacies of 1857 among the Muslim Intelligentsia of North India / Mushirul Hasan / In the Wake of Colonial Ascendancy: Rethinking Muslim Respectability / Ruby Lal / Abused Rationality?: On the Role of maquli Scholars in the Events ABOUT THE SERIES EDITOR of 1857/1858 / Jan-Peter Hartung / Rebellious Against Rebellion, Kashful Baghaavat Gorakhpur: A Pro-British Account of the Revolt of 1857 by a Sufi Aristocrat / Farhat Nasreen / Mutiny’s Children: Race, Childhood and Authority Crispin Bates is Professor of Modern and Contemporary South after 1857 / Satadru Sen / Index Asian History in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology 2013 • 228 pages • Hardback (9788132113539) • ` 950.00 and former Director of the Centre for South Asian Studies at the University of Edinburgh.

Volume VI: Perception, Narration and Reinvention: The Pedagogy Connect with SAGE! and Historiography of the Indian Uprising Edited by Crispin Bates University of Edinburgh This volume moves into the territory of hagiography and pedagogy. It covers intellectual and popular reactions to the revolt and the various ways in which historians and the wider public in India, Pakistan, and Britain have sought to understand, categorise and at times distort or exaggerate salient aspects and particular events. CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Crispin Bates / 1857 and the Indian Intelligentsia / Sudhir Chandra / 1857: Historical Works and Proclamations / Nupur Chaudhuri and Rajat Kanta Ray / V. D. Savarkar’s The Indian War of Independence: The First Nationalist Reconstruction of the Revolt of 1857 / Bhagwan Josh / V. D. Savarkar and the Indian War of Independence: Contrasting Perspectives of an Emergent Composite State / John R Pincince / Two Responses to 1857 in the Centenary Year: S. N. Sen and S. B. Chaudhuri / Rudrangshu Mukherjee / V.D. Savarkar and the Uses of History / Vinayak Chaturvedi / Histories and National Memory: 1857 / Benjamin Zachariah / An Uneasy Commemoration: 1957, the British in India and the ‘Sepoy Mutiny’ / Crispin Bates and Marina Carter / ‘What Really Happened in 1857?’: A Synthesis of the Pakistani Perspectives on the Uprising in Urdu Literature / M Naeem Qureshi / The War of 1857 as Perceived and Taught in Pakistan / Syed Minhaj ul Hassan / 1857 as Reflected in Persian and Urdu Documents / S M Azizuddin Husain / Rational Scepticism and the Teaching of (Indian) History / Peter Robb / Index 2014 • 256 pages • Hardback (9788132113546) • ` 1050.00

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MYTH AND AN REALITY ANAN INTRODUCTIONINTRO TO Studies in the Formation of THE STUDY OF INDIAN Indian Culture HISTORY Late Damodar Dharmanand Kosambi author of a huge corpus of Second Edition thought-provoking texts in the field of The use of scientific methodology, Indian historiography modern techniques of interpretation, This book is based on a profound study and selection and analysis of basic of literary sources and carefully planned problems make An Introduction to the fieldwork which throw fresh and novel Study of Indian History a vivid and light on the origins and development absorbing read. The author has thrown of Indian culture. Professor Damodar open new fields for research through this Dharmanand Kosambi has raised, book, which serves as a critical guide to analysed and solved questions of vital scientific historical thought. It helps the importance to all those interested in the study of such reader gain profound insight into the past by examining monuments, as the data of Karle Caves; the background of Kalidasa’s plays; customs and surviving records. At the same time, the present is the significance of the great Pandharpur pilgrimage; and the shown to be the inevitable result of a steady historical development. economic, cultural and historical basis of the Goan struggle for Complete grasp of the material and mastery of detail shown in the union with India and others. The work is most refreshing in its range survey of the development from a pre-historic tribal society to the of material as presented for the first time. The author makes an present machine-age make this volume a unique contribution to impressive use of scientific methods in many fields—archaeology, contemporary historiography. ethnography, philology and others. The logically consistent and CONTENTS intensely stimulating analyses and conclusions are often startling PREFACE TO THE REVISED EDITION / PREFACE TO THE FIRST but always convincing and undeniably important as a landmark in EDITION / PUBLISHER’S NOTE / ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY / the study of Indian tradition. CHRONOLOGICAL OUTLINE / SCOPE AND METHODS / Special methods Key Features: needed for Indian history / Available materials / The underlying philosophy / THE HERITAGE OF PRE-CLASS SOCIETY / Prehistoric archaeology / Tribal • Essays in this volume are based upon the collation of field?work society / Tribal survivals / The Vetala cult / Higher local cults / Festivals with literary evidence. and rites / CIVILIZATION AND BARBARISM IN THE INDUS VALLEY / The • Fresh data and logical interpretation cast fresh and novel light on Indus cities / Indus trade and religion / Maintenance of a class structure / the origins and development of Indian culture. Food production / THE ARYANS IN THE LAND OF THE SEVEN RIVERS / • The work is most refreshing in its range of new material presented Aryans outside India / Rgvedic information / Panis and new tribes / Origins of caste / Brahmin clans / THE ARYAN EXPANSION / Aryan as a mode of living / here for the first time Original discoveries of megaliths, microliths, Study of legend and myth / Yajurvedic settlements / The eastward drive / rustic superstition and peasant customs. Tribes and dynasties / The mark of primitive tribes / The new brahminism / • Author's masterly analysis is logically consistent and Beyond brahminism; ritual, food production and trade / The need for a radical profoundly stimulating. change / THE RISE OF MAGADHA / New institutions and sources / Tribes and kingdoms / Kosala and Magadha / Destruction of tribal power / New CONTENTS religions / Buddhism / Appendix: Punch-marked coins / THE FORMATION ABBREVIATIONS / INTRODUCTION / SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF OF A VILLAGE ECONOMY / The first empire / Alexander and the Greek THE BHAGAVAD-GITA / For What Class? / A Remarkable Interpolation / Not accounts of India / The Asokan transformation of society / Authenticity Sufficient Unto the Purpose / Why Krsna? / When Does a Synthesis Work? / of the Arthasastra / The pre-Asokan state and administration / The class The Social Functions of Bhakti / The Gita Today / URVASI AND PURURAVAS / structure / Productive basis of the state / INTERLUDE OF TRADE AND Introduction / Kalidasa’s Treatment / Modern Interpretations / Versions of the INVASIONS / After the Mauryans / Superstition in an agrarian society / Story / Rgveda x. 95 / Commentary to RV x. 95 / Urvasi’s Associates / The Caste and the village; the Manusmrti / Changes in religion / The settlement Dawn-Goddess in the Rgveda / Aryan or Pre-Aryan? / Goddess of Birth and of the Deccan plateau / Commodity producers and trade / The development Death / AT THE CROSSROADS: A STUDY OF MOTHER-GODDESS CULT of Sanskrit / Social functions of Sanskrit literature / FEUDALISM FROM SITES / The Problem / The Mothers / Information from Fieldwork / Primitive ABOVE / Early feudal developments / Growth of villages and barbarism / Tracks / The Trade Routes / The Jatakas / Carudatta’s Sacrifice / PILGRIM’S The India of the Guptas and Harsa / Religion and the development of village PROGRESS: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PREHISTORY OF THE WESTERN settlement / The concept of property in land / Mayurasarman's settlement of DECCAN PLATEAU / The End of the Prehistory in the Deccan / Cult Migrations, the west coast / Village craftsmen and artisans / FEUDALISM FROM BELOW / The Goddesses and Megaliths / Cult Migrations: The Gods / Microlith Tracks / Difference between Indian and English feudalism / The role of trade in feudal Highlanders and Lowlanders / Later Developments / Towards Agriculture / society / The Muslims / Change to feudalism from below; slavery / Feudal THE VILLAGE COMMUNITY IN THE "OLD CONQUESTS" OF GOA / Land prince, landlord, and peasant / Degeneracy and collapse / The bourgeois and People / The Economic Situation / Heterogeneity of the Population / The conques / APPENDIX / THE MAKING OF HISTORY [ILLUSTRATIONS] / Feudal Period / INDEX / Increase in Taxation / Structure of the Community / COMMENTARY TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS / INDEX The Historical Background / Beyond the Commune POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS POPULAR PRAKASHAN SAGE TEXTS 2016 • 300 pages • Paperback (9789386042217) • ` 350.00 2016 • 160 pages • Paperback (9789386042262) • ` 250.00 Recommended for UG and PG students of History, Sociology and Political Recommended for UG and PG students of Sociology, Political Science Science and History

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UNTRANQUIL THE IDEA OF ANCIENT RECOLLECTIONS INDIA The Years of Fulfilment Essays on Religion, Politics, and Archaeology Rehman Sobhan Centre for Policy Dialogue, Dhaka Upinder Singh Professor and Head, Department of History, University of Delhi A balanced yet rich description of the politics that led up to the This book engages with some of the genocide. A fine read capturing in most important issues, debates, and riveting detail the political, social methodologies in the writing of ancient and human drama of the birth Indian history. Thematically structured, of Bangladesh. the first section discusses religious and regional processes through a meticulous The Hindu analysis of inscriptions and material remains. The second—based Untranquil Recollections is a memoir of Rehman Sobhan, a extensively on archival sources—connects ancient and modern prominent economist and public intellectual who played an active India through a discussion of the beginnings of Indian archaeology role in the Bangladeshi national movement of the 1960s. It is a and the discovery, interpretation, and reinvention of ancient sites in narration of events by the author who lived through extraordinary colonial and post-colonial times. phases in the histories of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and the impact they had on him. His story relates to the life and perspectives CONTENTS of an individual born into a family of relative privilege and educated Introduction / I. Religion and Region / Sanchi: The History of the Patronage of at elite schools. Later on, his life moved on to a different trajectory an Ancient Buddhist Establishment / Nagarjunakonda: Buddhism in the ‘City of from its intended path and he eventually came to be involved in Victory’ / Cults and Shrines in Early Historical Mathura (c. 200 BC to AD 200) / Early Medieval Orissa: The Data and the Debate / II. Archaeologists and the the political struggles that culminated in the emergence of an Modern Histories of Ancient Sites / Archaeologists and Architectural Scholars independent Bangladesh. in 19th-Century India / Amaravati: The Dismembering of the Mahacaitya (1797–1886) / Buddhism, Archaeology, and the Nation: Nagarjunakonda CONTENTS (1926–2006) / Exile and Return: The Reinvention of Buddhism and Buddhist Preface / Families Inherited and Chosen / Growing Up in Calcutta / Darjeeling: Sites in Modern India / III. The Intersection of Political Ideas and Practice / School Days in the Shadows of Kanchenjunga / Lahore: Coming of Age among Governing the State and the Self: Political Philosophy and Practice in the the Chiefs / London: Imagined Realities / Cambridge: The Transformative Edicts of Asoka / Politics, Violence, and War in Kamandaka’s Nitisara / The Years / Dhaka: Life and Times / Dhaka: Adventures in the Private Sector / Power of a Poet: Kingship, Empire, and War in Kalidasa’s Raghuva?sa / IV. Dhaka University: Teaching Economics and Learning to Be a Teacher / Dhaka: Looking beyond India to Asia / Gifts from Other Lands: Southeast Asian Personal Encounters of the Close Kind / Exposures to Political Activism Religious Endowments in India / Politics, Piety, and Patronage: The Burmese at Dhaka University / From Political Economy to Politician Economist / Engagement with Bodhgaya / Index Engagement with the National Struggle / Fulfilment: Witness to the Birth of a 2016 • 484 pages • Hardback (9789351506461) • ` 1250.00 Nation / Fulfilment: From Politician Economist to Political Combatant in the Liberation War / Fulfilment: Envoy Extraordinaire / Fulfilment: The Liberation of Bangladesh 2015 • 486 pages • Paperback (9789351503217) • ` 450.00 THE INTERNATIONALIST MOMENT THE COMMUNIST PARTY South Asia, Worlds, and World OF INDIA AND THE Views 1917–39 Edited by Ali Raza, Franziska Roy INDIAN EMERGENCY Research Fellow, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin and Benjamin Zachariah David Lockwood Associate Professor Research Fellow, Karl Jaspers Centre in Modern History, Flinders University, for Advanced Transcultural Studies at Adelaide, South Australia Heidelberg University The first study of CPI’s role in supporting The years between the First and Second the Indira Gandhi government during the World Wars comprise a critical moment Indian Emergency of 1975India, June in the history of the world. This volume 1975. Fundamental rights are suspended. highlights this period in the political and social mobilization that The Opposition is in jail. The Press is shut comprises the “internationalist moment,” through the lens of South down. And Prime Minister Indira Gandhi Asians’ interactions with a wider world and the wider world’s has just declared Emergency. Only one interactions with South Asia. The essays contribute to a growing, political party supports Indira Gandhi’s action—the Communist Party but as yet, inadequate field of the intellectual history of South Asia. of India (CPI). Why did the CPI take up this lonely and much-criticised stand? Were there any pressures from the Soviet Union or was the CONTENTS CPI looking for some political mileage? CPI’s stance on the issue has Preface / Introduction: The Internationalism of the Moment: South Asia and never been discussed, analysed and understood. In an exhaustive the Contours of the Interwar World / Internationalisms in the Interwar Years: study of the period, David Lockwood lays bare the facts before us. The Travelling of Ideas / India and the League Against Imperialism: A Special ‘Blend’ of Nationalism and Internationalism / Uniting the Oppressed Peoples of CONTENTS the East: Revolutionary Internationalism in an Asian Inflection / Straddling the Series Editors’ Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Communist International and the Regional: The Punjabi Left in the Interwar Period / Meeting Party Of India From 1947 to 1966 / India: From Liberalisation to Leftism / The the Rebel Girl: Anticolonial Solidarity and Interracial Romance / International Communist Party of India and the Congress—Crisis Years / The Emergency / Utopia and National Discipline: Youth and Volunteer Movements in Interwar Excesses / Aftermath / Globalisation and the Emergency / Bibliography / Index South Asia / Srecko Kosovel and Rabindranath Tagore: Universalist Hopes from the Margins of Europe / Meghnad Saha’s Two International Faces: Politics SAGE SERIES IN MODERN INDIAN HISTORY in Science and Science in Politics between the Wars / Index 2016 • 264 pages • Hardback (9789351505785) • ` 795.00 2014 • 316 pages • Hardback (9788132119791) • ` 1050.00

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SAGE SERIES IN MODERN INDIAN HISTORY Fifteen-Volume Set Edited by Bipan Chandra, Mridula Mukherjee both at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Aditya Mukherjee Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi The SAGE Series in Modern Indian History consists of well-researched volumes with a wider scope and is intended to bring together the growing volume of historical studies that share a broad common historiographic focus. The approach that the authors have tried to evolve looks sympathetically, though critically, at the Indian national liberation struggle and other popular movements such as those of labour, peasants, lower castes, tribal peoples and women. It focuses on communalism and casteism as major features of modern Indian development. The volumes in the series will tend to reflect this approach as also its changing and developing features. At the broadest plane this approach is committed to the Enlightenment values of rationalism, humanism, democracy and secularism. This set includes: Volume 1: Independence and Partition: The Erosion of Colonial Power in India by Sucheta Mahajan Volume 2: A Narrative of Communal Politics: Uttar Pradesh, 1937–39 by Salil Misra Volume 3: Imperialism, Nationalism and the Making of the Indian Capitalist Class, 1920–1947 by Aditya Mukherjee Volume 4: From Movement to Government: The Congress in the United Provinces, 1937–42 by Visalakshi Menon Volume 5: Peasants in India’s Non-Violent Revolution: Practice and Theory by Mridula Mukherjee Volume 6: Communalism in Bengal: From Famine to Noakhali, 1943–47 by Rakesh Batabyal Volume 7: Political Mobilization and Identity in Western India, 1934–47 by Shri Krishan Volume 8: The Garrison State: Military, Government and Society in Colonial Punjab, 1849–1947 by Tan Tai Yong Volume 9: Colonializing Agriculture: The Myth of Punjab Exceptionalism by Mridula Mukherjee Volume 10: Region, Nation, “Heartland”: Uttar Pradesh in India’s Body-Politic by Gyanesh Kudaisya Volume 11: National Movement and Politics in Orissa, 1920–29 by Pritish Acharya Volume 12: Communism and Nationalism in Colonial India, 1939–45 by D N Gupta Volume 13: Vocalising Silence: Political Protests in Orissa, 1930–32 by Chandi Prasad Nanda Volume 14: Nandanar’s Children: The Paraiyans’ Tryst with Destiny, Tamil Nadu 1850–1956 by Raj Sekhar Basu Volume 15: Enlightenment and Violence: Modernity and Nation-Making by Tadd Fernée 2015 • 6160 pages • Hardback (9789351501527) • ` 15000.00

THE INDIAN ENLIGHTENMENT AND CONSTITUTION AND VIOLENCE SOCIAL REVOLUTION Modernity and Nation-Making Right to Property since Tadd Fernée New Bulgarian University, Independence Sofia V Krishna Ananth Department of Enlightenment and Violence is a history History, Sikkim University of ideas that proposes a multi-centred and non-Eurocentric interpretation of This book highlights the evolution of the Enlightenment as a human heritage. India’s Constitution into a tool for social This comparative study reconstructs how revolution, tracing the various stages modernity was negotiated in different through which the law on the Right to intellectual and political contexts as a Property and its relationship with the idea national discourse within the broader of —as laid out in Parts III and IV of the Constitution—have heritage of Enlightenment. The author has compared 16th and 20th evolved. It underlines that the road to social revolution has been century Indian history to the early modern histories of Persia, Turkey marked by a process where attempts to give effect to the idea and Western Europe in order to ground analysis of their 20th century of justice—social, economic, and political—as laid down in the nation-making experiences within a common problematic.The focus Preamble have achieved a measure of success. is upon an ethic of reconciliation over totalizing projects as a means to create non-violent conflict resolution in the modern context. CONTENTS Series Editors' Preface / Preface / Acknowledgments / Idea of Socialism and CONTENTS the : The Nehru Imprint / Socialism and the Right Series Editors’ Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Akbar’s to Property as a Fundamental Right: The Constituent Assembly Debates / “Universal Peace” (Sulh-i Kul): Relevance to the Enlightenment / The Socialism as State Policy: A Brief Discussion on the Debate on Directive European Enlightenment: Between Revenge and Reconciliation / Early Principles in the Constituent Assembly / The Socialist Agenda: Reconciling Indian Nationalism: Between Liberty and Authenticity / The Indian National Fundamental Rights with Directive Principles / Property as Fundamental Movement and Gandhi: The Ethic of Reconciliation as Mass Movement / The Right: The Judiciary Strikes Again / Restoring the Balance: Keshavananda Ottoman–Turkish Experience of the Enlightenment: Mass Movement and and the Basic Structure Doctrine / Integrating the Directive Principles into the Programme / The Heritage of Non-violence in the Nehru Period: The Ethic Fundamental Rights / Socialism and Liberalization / Conclusion / Appendices / of Reconciliation in Nation-Making / Iranian Enlightenment: Struggle for Bibliography / Index Multi-Cultural Democracy and Its Demise / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index SAGE SERIES IN MODERN INDIAN HISTORY SAGE SERIES IN MODERN INDIAN HISTORY 2015 • 536 pages • Hardback (9789351500636) • ` 1450.00 2014 • 460 pages • Hardback (9788132113195) • ` 1050.00

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GANDHI AND THE ALI SETTLED STRANGERS BROTHERS Asian Business Elites in East Africa (1800-2000) Biography of a Friendship Gijsbert Oonk Department of History, Rakhahari Chatterji UGC Emeritus Erasmus School of History, Culture and Fellow in Political Science, Calcutta Communication, Rotterdam University, Kolkata Settled Strangers aims at understanding [The book] offers deep and fresh the social, economic and political insights into Gandhi’s multiculturalism evolution of the transnational migrant and his approach to the Muslim community of Gujarati traders and community- is perhaps one of the best merchants in East Africa. The history of books on the and Ali South Asians in East Africa is neither part brothers’ close collaboration with the of the mainstream national Indian history Gandhi.... the book’s narrative and its milieu are competently nor that of East African history writing. reconstructed from ample collection of books, letters and This is surprising because South Asians in East Africa outnumbered papers, and from the stories of informants. the Europeans ten-to-one. Moreover, their overall economic contribution and political significance may be more important than The Tribune the history of the colonisers. This book is an attempt to provide some This book is a study of the relationship between Gandhi and the Ali balance in the form of a history of the South Asians in East Africa brothers mainly in the context of the Non-Cooperation and Khilafat through the lens of the actors themselves. Movements, focusing on the period 1919-1931. His involvement in the Khilafat agitation was Gandhi’s first direct intervention in an CONTENTS exclusively Muslims question, translating it into a national question. Preface / Introduction / Settled Strangers: From Middleman Minorities to World Citizens / Asians in Africa 1880-1920: Settling as an Economic Process / CONTENTS Asians in Africa 1880-1960: Settling as a Cultural Process / Asians in Africa 1880-2000: Settling and Unsettling as a Political Process / A Quest for an Preface / The Theory: Communitarianism, Multiculturalism and Gandhi / The Interdisciplinary History from Below in Explaining Social Change / Appendix / History / The Characters: The Ali Brothers / 'Love at First Sight' / Troubled Bibliography / Index Alliance / Journey Downhill / End of the Road / Conclusion: Multiculturalism Before Its Time / Index 2013 • 284 pages • Hardback (9788132110545) • ` 895.00 2013 • 248 pages • Hardback (9788132111252) • ` 795.00

A GOVERNORS’ RAJ ATLANTIC GANDHI British Administration during The Mahatma Overseas Lord Irwin’s Viceroyalty, 1926–1931 Nalini Natarajan University of Puerto Rico Michael Fenwick Macnamara Independent Scholar Using the frames of diaspora theory, post- colonial discourse theory and the recent This book explores the nature and impact Atlantic turn in studies of resistance, of the governor’s role in developing this book brings into relief Gandhi's government policy, and the consequent experience as a traveler moving from a effect in British India. Analysing the classic colony, India, to the plantation governors’ approaches towards and and mining society of . influence on Indian nationalism and The author forwards the argument that other matters, it examines Lord Irwin’s this move between different modes of era due to its importance in India’s constitutional development. production brought Gandhi into contact The book explores the governors’ contributions to British policy with indentured laborers, with whom he shared exilic and diasporic responses towards: the Montford Reforms and dyarchy; the Simon consciousness, and whose difficult yet resilient lives inspired his Commission; the Dominion Status Declaration; the First Round Table philosophy. Conference; communal tensions; the detenu issue; communism, terrorism, Bardoli; Gandhi, civil disobedience and insurgency. It is CONTENTS introduced by an exposition of their constitutional, legal and personal Preface / From Kathiawar / Sailing the High Seas / Deconstructing the standing in India. Coolie / Plotting a Diasporic Nation / Local Cosmopolitan and Modern Anti- Modern: Hind Swaraj and Satyagraha in South Africa / The Tamil Women CONTENTS of the Transvaal / Gandhi and Atlantic Modernity / 'Prophet in Homespun': Preface / Introduction / The Governors: Their Constitutional, Legal and Deenabandhu C F Andrews / Conclusion: Diasporic Gandhi / Bibliography / Personal Standing / The Montford Reforms and Dyarchy / The Governors’ Index Contribution to the Simon Commission / The Dominion Status Declaration 2012 • 272 pages • Hardback (9788132109686) • ` 795.00 and First Round Table Conference / Communal Tensions and the Detenu Issue / Communism, Terrorism and Countermeasures / The Challenge of Bardoli and Lessons Learnt / The Direct Challenge of Congress, Gandhi and the Civil Disobedience Movement / Conclusion / Appendix 1: Instrument of Instructions Issued to Governors / Appendix 2: Preamble to: The Consolidated Act, 1919 / Appendix 3: The Governors of British India and Secretaries of State During Lord Irwin’s Viceroyalty: 3 April 1926–18 April 1931 / Glossary / Bibliography / Author Index / Subject Index 2015 • 268 pages • Hardback (9789351500445) • ` 950.00

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COLONIALISM AND THE GOVERNANCE, CONFLICT CALL TO JIHAD IN AND DEVELOPMENT IN BRITISH INDIA SOUTH ASIA Tariq Hasan Correspondent, Press Perspectives from India, Trust of India Nepal and Sri Lanka A historical narrative that examines Edited by Siri Hettige University the role of ulema and their use of the of Colombo and Eva Gerharz concept of jihad during India’s struggle Ruhr-University Bochum for independence. Colonialism and the Call to Jihad in British India examines [The book] deals with a variety of the role of Muslim religious leaders or issues. Does not falter anywhere, rather Ulema’s in India’s freedom struggle. And it helps one to ponder on the problems it does so by visiting the life and times that infest South Asia. of seven main protagonists- the 19th century cleric Sayyid Ahmad The Tribune Barelvi, the mystic revolutionary Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah, Maulana Mahmoodul Hasan( the founding father of the Silk Conspiracy This volume examines how various forms of governance have and later of Jamia Millia Movement), Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi, emerged in South Asia after colonialism, and the developmental Barkatullah Khan and Maulana Hussain Ahmad Madani. All eulogized and conflict-related challenges the region faces. Drawing from the the idea of ‘Jihad’ but used it to fight and lead the freedom struggle contexts of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal, it highlights the degree of against the British. It examines the roots of the Walliullahi movement institutionalization of democracy. The book further points to the which led to the Deoband movement in the second half of the manner in which shortcomings in governmental arrangements 19thcentury in North India. It also highlights the 20thcentury Silk intersect with the prevalence of conflict at the national as well as sub- letter movement in which Muslim Ulema worked in tandem with the national levels. It showcases that democratic and more authoritarian Hindu and Sikh Nationalists led Ghadar Party which was active not cultures have influenced developmental successes and failures, and just in India but also in Europe and the USA. reveals how (external) interventions and policy reforms in the name of development have led to diverse outcomes in different South CONTENTS Asian countries. List of Photographs / Acknowledgements / Introduction: Forgotten Pages from Indian History / The Empire and 19th-century Jihad / The Maulvi of CONTENTS Faizabad and the Battle for Lucknow / The Deoband Connection: Revolt Preface / Introduction: Governance, Development and Conflict in South and Revivalism / Deoband and the Roots of the Khilafat Movement / The Asia / Siri Hettige and Eva Gerharz / I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON Silk Conspiracy Case, 1914–1916 / The Ulema and the Partition of India / DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNANCE / ‘Participation’ and ‘Empowerment’ in Conclusion: Colonialism and Jihad in the 21st Century / Bibliography / Index the Development Discourse: Rethinking Key Concepts / Ravinder Kaur and 2015 • 232 pages • Hardback (9789351502616) • ` 695.00 Vinod K Jairath / The Idea of Development as Governance: India in the First Decade of Independence / Dilip M Menon / II: EXPERIENCING DEVELOPMENT AND CONFLICT AT NATIONAL LEVEL / Governance and Development in Post-Independence Sri Lanka / Siri Hettige / Rituals of Democracy and Development in Nepal / David N Gellner / III: GOVERNANCE, CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT: EXPERIENCE AT THE GRASSROOTS / Negotiating a Dual Governance System during the Conflict in Nepal / Natalie Hicks / SAYYID AHMAD BARAILVI Empowerment of Excluded Groups: Local Democracy and Social Change in Rural Odisha, Eastern India / B B Mohanty / Between Order and Chaos: His Movement and Legacy from Jaffna’s Local Images of Governance during Conflict / Eva Gerharz / IV: IDEAS the Pukhtun Perspective AND INTERESTS IN GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT IN CONFLICT- RIDDEN SOCIETIES / Economic Growth to Conflict Mitigation: Changing Altaf Qadir Department of History, Aid Strategies of Nepal’s Donors / Acharya Laxman / Good Governance and University of Peshawar Development in a Shrinking Local Policy Space: GATS and Service Sector Reforms / Dileepa Witharana / Glossary / Index Relating the history of the movement, the book takes perspectives from the GOVERNANCE, CONFLICT AND CIVIC ACTION immediate localities of the Pukhtun region 2015 • 300 pages • Hardback (9789351501008) • ` 1050.00 and elaborates on the reasons for the failure of the movement. It assesses the social, political, religious, and economic impact of jihad on the Pukhtun region and discusses whether Barailvi’s movement is solely responsible for the present-day jihadi mindset, as some authors argue. CONTENTS Preface / Introduction / Mughal India and the Frontier at the dawn of Nineteenth Century / Sayyid Ahmad Barailvi: Biography and Thoughts / Call for Jihad, Migration to the Frontier, and Declaration of Imarat / Transitional Period: The Search for Headquarters / The Rise of the Mujahidin in the Frontier / Success, Limits, and Failure / Impact of the Movement upon the Frontier / Conclusion / Glossary / Appendix A: English Translation of the Farman of King Ahmad Shah Abdali, Durr-i-Durran, King of Kabul (Afghanistan) / Appendix B: Hadith Related to Mujahidin of Khorasan and Mahdi / Appendix C: Treaty between the British Government and the Raja of Lahore (Dated 25 April 1809) / Appendix D: Names of the Hindustani Mujahidin Killed in the Battle of Akora Khattak (1826) / Appendix E: List of Mujahidin Killed in Balakot (1831) / Bibliography / Index 2015 • 252 pages • Hardback (9789351500728) • ` 950.00

50A Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY AS THE POLITICS OF THE (IM) SAMVADA AND SVARAJ POSSIBLE Dialogical Meditations on Daya Utopia and Dystopia Krishna and Ramchandra Gandhi Reconsidered Edited by Shail Mayaram Centre for the Edited by Barnita Bagchi Utrecht Study of Developing Societies, , The Netherlands If we look at the intellectual journeys Utopia and dystopia are modes and of both Ramchandra Gandhi and Daya resonances present in all parts of the Krishna, we see in their work an attempt world, not just Europe and white North to represent, in interesting ways, the America. Equally, utopian and dystopian Indian philosophical tradition. Looking thought and practice are and have always at their ideas, and getting a sense of been gendered. Utopia, memory and temporality often intersect in strange and how they chose between options at different forks in the surprising ways. Three dimensions are thus central to the enterprise road that they would necessarily have encountered would be undertaken in this volume: The relationship between utopia/dystopia very revealing. and time/ memory; The focus on Europe and areas outside Europe Peter Ronald deSouza Director, Indian Institute of at the same time; The gendered analysis of utopia/dystopia. Advanced Study, CONTENTS Philosophy as Samvada and Svaraj discusses Daya Krishna Introduction / Barnita Bagchi / PART ONE: UTOPIA AND DYSTOPIA: DEBATES and Ramchandra Gandhi’s respective intellectual contributions AND RESONANCES / Utopia: Future and / or Alterity? / Miguel Abensour / Echo and speculates how one might take forward the work of the two of an Impossible Return: An Essay Concerning Fredric Jameson's Utopian persons who were among the most brilliant minds of our times. Thought and Gathering and Hunting Social Relations / Peter Kulchyski / Both Daya Krishna and Ramchandra Gandhi emphasized freedom Radicalism in Early Modern England: Innovation or Reformation? / Rachel and autonomy of thought and upheld the importance of samvada, Foxley / Dystopia, Utopia, and Akhtaruzzaman Elias's Novel Khowabnam / somewhat inadequate in its English translation as dialogue. And Subhoranjan Dasgupta / Palestine: Land of Utopias / Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun / both of them were philosophers concerned with how philosophy PART TWO: ENGENDERING UTOPIA AND DYSTOPIA / 'One Darling though Terrific Theme': Anna Wheeler and the Rights of Women / Theresa Moriarty / might seek its svaraj, free from the orientalist hold of the religious, A Parliament of Women: Dystopia in Nineteenth-century Bengali Imagination / the colonial crippling of indigenous languages and institutions Samita Sen / 'Empire Builder': A Utopian Alternative to Citizenship for Early and the structures and categories of un-freedom that continue to 20th Century British 'Ladies' / Martine Spensky / Ladylands and Sacrificial haunt inhabitants of West and non-West. Philosophy must involve Holes: Utopias and Dystopias in Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain's Writings / Barnita samvada—an open dialogue and intimate encounter between self Bagchi / Utopia in the Subjunctive Mood: Bessie Head's When Rain Clouds and other. Both philosophers experimented with these concepts Gather / Modhumita Roy / PART THREE: CONCLUSION / Globalization, and were enormously creative. This book is a testament not only to Development and Resistance of Utopian Dreams to the Praxis of Dystopian the core values of philosophy, but also to how these values can be Utopia / Marie-Claire Caloz-Tschopp / Index carried forward by new weaves of tradition and modernity. 2012 • 256 pages • Hardback (9788132107347) • ` 895.00 CONTENTS Foreword / Peter Ronald deSouza / Introduction / Shail Mayaram / I: OF LOVE, LIBERATION AND LILA / Figure and Ground: Reflections on Two Exemplary Indian thinkers / Fred Dallmayr / Ramlila: A Metaphysics of the Everyday / Anuradha Veeravalli / ‘Falling in Love with a Civilization’: A Tribute CIVILIZATIONS to Daya Krishna, the Thinker / Bettina Bäumer / II: THE IDEA OF SWARAJ: ASYMMETRIES OF POWER, KNOWLEDGE AND ALTERNATIVE, ETHICAL Nostalgia and Utopia POLITICS / Gandhi and the Stoics: Squaring Emotional Detachment with Universal Love and Political Action / Richard Sorabji / A Still, Small Voice / Daya Krishna was one prolific Tridip Suhrud / Learning to Converse / Michael McGhee / III: MODES OF Philosopher and contributor to South SAMVAD / Towards a New Hermeneutic of Self-inquiry / Devasia M Antony / Asian Studies On Philosophy as Samvada: Thinking with Daya Krishna / Daniel Raveh / The Dialogue Must Continue / Mustafa Khawaja / IV: LANGUAGE, SELFHOOD The book is an engaging and thought- AND PHILOSOPHY / The Virtue of Being a Self / Bijoy H. Boruah / Daya provoking philosophical account that Krishna’s ‘Presuppositionless Philosophy’: Sublimity as the Source of Value demonstrates that critical inquiry is an and Knowledge / Prasenjit Biswas / The Moral and the Spiritual: A Study of ongoing process with strains of continuity the Self and the Not-self in Daya Krishna and Ramchandra Gandhi / Ramesh and evolution. Krishna's discourses in C Pradhan / On Missing and Seeming to Miss: Some Philosophical Ramblings on the Subjective / Objective Distinction in Memory of Daya Krishna / Arindam this volume span a range of inquiries- Chakrabarti / Dialogical Investigations on Daya Krishna and Ramchandra parallels between Indian and Western Gandhi / Probal Dasgupta / V: RE-THINKING ISSUES IN THE ARTS / ETHICS / civilizations; interconnection between SCIENCE / MATHEMATICS / The Applicability of Indian Aesthetic Theory of action and knowledge; anatomies of the Rasa to the Visual Arts: A Rejoinder to Daya Krishna’s Article, ‘Rasa—The profound and the profane, the ideal and the actual; and other such Bane of Indian Aesthetics’ / Neelima Vashistha / The Harmony Principle / C K intriguing lines of philosophical questioning. Raju / On Mathematics and the Physical World / S Lokanathan / VI: ON LIFE AND DEATH AND DYING / Matricide and Martyrdom: Cancer and Karm in CONTENTS the Kalyug / Shankar Ramaswami / Afterword / Index Foreword Shail Mayaram / Introduction Daniel Raveh / A Note from the 2013 • 344 pages • Hardback (9788132111214) • ` 995.00 Author / Part 1: SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY: PAST AND FUTURE / The Concept of Society / The Two Predicaments / Reflection on Action / Perspectives on Freedom / The Search for a Measuring Rod / Society: Reality and Utopia / Part 2: CIVILIZATIONS: PAST AND FUTURE / Civilizations: Past and Future / Understanding Civilizations: Two Case Studies, Indian and Western / Civilizations: Nostalgia and Utopia / Index 2012 • 152 pages • Hardback (9788132108917) • ` 675.00

51A Political Sociology

CHINACH AND INDIA DEVELOPMENT FAILURE History, Culture, Cooperation AND IDENTITY POLITICS and Competition IN UTTAR PRADESH Edited by Paramita Mukherjee Associate Professor, International Edited by Roger Jeffery Professor of Management Institute, Kolkata, Arnab Sociology of South Asia, University of K Deb Assistant Professor, International Edinburgh, Craig Jeffrey University Management Institute, New Delhi and of Oxford and Jens Lerche School of Miao Pang Deputy Director, Research Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Department, Sichuan Academy of University of London Social Sciences, Sichuan Province Development Failure and Identity This book brings together scholars and Politics in Uttar Pradesh provides a academicians from China as well as India qualitative, in-depth understanding of to present a well-rounded perspective development failures and identity politics on various important cross-country issues and their implications. in Uttar Pradesh (UP). It investigates neoliberal change and political Comprehensive in approach, it encompasses history, culture, transformation in India through the lens of UP, India’s largest and, political relations and current business strategies of both the nations. by some measures, poorest state. The book explores the differences in the functioning of Indian and Chinese economies and identifies the prime factors responsible for CONTENTS this. In order to have an in-depth understanding of the causes, the Preface / Introduction: Democratisation in Uttar Pradesh / Craig Jeffrey / Rural Transformation and Occupational Diversification in Western Uttar Pradesh: contribution of sociocultural factors and the role of political and Economic and Demographic Changes in a Village / Satendra Kumar / strategic relationships are also closely examined. Underserved and Overdosed? Muslims and the Pulse Polio Initiative in Rural North India / Patricia Jeffery / The Elusive Pursuit of Social Justice for Dalits CONTENTS in Uttar Pradesh / Ali Mehdi / Agency in Words, Self-representation in Action: Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / PART I: HISTORY, CULTURE Connecting and Disconnecting Dalit and Low-Caste Women With India’s AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS / Indus Civilization and Ancient Shu History of Gender and Politics / Manuela Ciotti / Political Cooperation And Civilization: A Comparative Study / Zou Yiqing / Unfolding the Westerly Distrust: Identity Politics and Yadav-Muslim Relations, 1999–2009 / Lucia Transmission of Chinese Silk / Duan Yu / Sino-Indian Cultural Differences Michelutti and Oliver Heath / On Whose Behalf? Women’s Activism and and Their Impact on Tourism / Xiang Baoyun / India, China and Beyond: Identity Politics in Uttar Pradesh / Radhika / The Politics of Identity Tagorean Insights into Culture, Leadership and Human Development for and the People Left Behind: The Mallah Community of Uttar Pradesh / Assa Management / Sanjoy Mukherjee / China and India: Cultural and Religious Doron / Working Narratives of Intercommunity Harmony in ’s Silk Sari Exchanges in the 15th Century / Huang Weimin / China’s Enlightenment Industry / Philippa Williams / Democracy and Development in Uttar Pradesh / by Indian Strategies of Cultural Soft Power / Jian Li / Driving Force and Zoya Hasan / Glossary / Index Constraints of BCIM Economic Corridor / Li Jingfeng / The U.S. “Pivot to 2014 • 284 pages • Hardback (9788132116639) • ` 1050.00 Asia” and China–Pakistan Relations: Implications on China–India Relations / Chen Jixiang / China and India Cooperation in Afghanistan Xie Jing / PART II: ECONOMY AND BUSINESS: COMPARATIVE FOCUS / Multiple Paths to Globalisation: The India–China Story / Sriparna Basu / Regional Inequality over the Post-Globalisation Era: A Study on India and China / Arindam Banik and Arnab Deb / Manufacturing Policies and Strategies across China and India: A Comparative Analysis / Prageet Aeron and B A Metri / Corporate STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETYY Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices: A Comparative Study of India and Asia / Paramita Mukherjee and Rajashri Chatterjee / Health Care Sectors of India UNDER SIEGE and China: A Comparative Study of Performances and Challenges / Paramita M Nag / Social Responsibility Strategies in China and India: A Comparative Hindutva, Security and Militarism Exploration Tirthankar Nag / Arindam Banik, Pang Miao and Chen Jixiang / in India Index 2016 • 260 pages • Hardback (9789385985690) • ` 945.00 P M Joshy Sree Narayana College, Kollam and K M Seethi School of International Relations and Politics (SIRP), and former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala A comprehensive analysis on the rise, assertion and dominance of the New Hindu Right forces in civil society. From its forgettable electoral performance of 1984 to its historical victory in 2014, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) story has been fodder for many political and academic debates. In this book, the authors show how the Hindu Right uses security, both external and internal, as a strategy for political mobilisation and eventual electoral success. CONTENTS Preface / Acknowledgments / State, Civil Society and Security: Theoretical Questions / State and Civil Society in India: The Historical Experience / The Hindu Right: History, Ideology and Strategy / Civil Society and the Hindu Right: Hindutva, Militarism and Cultural Mobilisation / Hindutva Politics: Post- 9/11, Post-Gujarat India / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index 2015 • 284 pages • Hardback (9789351503842) • ` 750.00

52A Peace & Conflict Studies

WARZONEWA TOURISM IN POLICEPO AND SRI LANKA COUNTERINSURGENCY Tales from Darker Places in The Untold Story of Tripura’s Paradise COIN Campaign Sasanka Perera Vice President and Kuldeep Kumar Senior Indian Police Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, South Service (IPS) officer Asian University, New Delhi Globally, the role of local police has been Warzone Tourism in Sri Lanka explores receiving increased attention following travellers’ narratives that reflect the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The experiences and interactions of those criminalization of insurgent networks going to northern Sri Lanka, and argues coupled with the growing nexus of that the discourses that emerge are not warlords and drug lords and porous simply based on leisure and innocence of borders in many conflict areas have also travel. Rather, they have much to do with the thirty-year civil war in bolstered the case for good policing. This book makes a case for Sri Lanka and how it has impacted the inter-ethnic relations in the the increased role of local/state police in counterinsurgency (COIN) country, creating two mutually antagonistic forms of nationalism— operations by citing the successful implementation of this strategy Tamil and Sinhala. This book is a significant contribution to academia in the state of Tripura led by the author himself. This makes Tripura in light of the disruption of civilian travel to northern Sri Lanka the only state after Punjab and Andhra Pradesh where the police during the civil war, effectively barring face-to-face access between have taken full control of such operations. The work combines citizens, and the narratives which emerge from post-war travel, rigorous scholarship and research on general policing and COIN highlighting the resentment between the two main ethnic groups. operations with incisive analysis of multiple insurgencies/terrorist movements in India. CONTENTS Preface / Foreword: War, Memory and Travel by Meenakshi Thapan / CONTENTS Approach: Places, Landscapes, Travels, Discourses / ‘The Jaffna Photo Preface / Acknowledgments / Introduction / PART ONE / Understanding ’: Sinhala Warzone Tourism in the Time of a Ceasefire / Travels with Policing / Understanding Insurgency and Counterinsurgency / India’s the Lion Flag: Sinhala Warzone Tourism in an Era of Post-war Triumphalism / Counterinsurgencies: A General Overview / PART TWO / A Thematic Photography and Cartography in Warzone Tourism / Tales from Darker Places Overview of Insurgencies in India’s Northeast / An Overview of Insurgency in Paradise: Towards a Logic of Warzone Travel / Epilogue: Decoding Sri and Counterinsurgency in Tripura / Police Response to Insurgency in Tripura / Lankan-space by Sanjay Chaturvedi / References / Index Discussion and Conclusion / PART THREE / Full Spectrum COIN: Some Case 2016 • 256 pages • Hardback (9789351509226) • ` 750.00 Studies / Appendix A / Data Highlights: Scheduled Tribes of Tripura (Census of India, 2001) / Bibliography / Index 2016 • 384 pages • Hardback (9789351507475) • ` 1095.00 ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sasanka Perera Having been trained as MAOISM, DEMOCRACY a cultural anthropologist, Sasanka Perera has been with the Department of Sociology, AND GLOBALISATION South Asian University, New Delhi since 2011 Cross-currents in Indian Politics where he is the founding professor and was its chairman until 2014, and is the Dean of the Ajay Gudavarthy Centre for Political Faculty of Social Sciences from 2011 to the Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, present as well as the Vice President of South New Delhi Asian University since February 2016. Maoism, democracy and globalization are three distinct but inseparable currents marking Indian politics today. They are distinct in terms of their goals, direction, and modalities of forging social, political, economic and even cultural change, while mutually influencing each other in the emergent political process. This book is an attempt to precisely map processes that are internal to each of these currents while exploring and identifying the moments of mutual influence, areas of conflict and mutually exclusive pulls they bring to the contemporary politics in India. CONTENTS Preface and Acknowledgements / Introduction: India Disconnected: Joining the Dots / I: MAOISM / Democracy against Maoism, Maoism against Itself / II: DEMOCRACY / Middle Classes: Urban Activism and ’s Soap Opera / Backward Classes: Reservations, Recognition and the Republic / Subaltern Classes: Governmentality, Resistance and ’Political Society’ / III: GLOBALISATION / Politics of Global Human Rights in India / Globalisation and Regionalisation: Mapping the New Continental Drift / Epilogue: India’s Violent Democracy: Past and Future / References / Index 2014 • 260 pages • Hardback (9788132118473) • ` 950.00

53A Peace & Conflict Studies

UNDERSTANDING SUICIDE ORIENTALISM, TERRORISM TERRORISM, Psychosocial Dynamics INDIGENISM Edited by Updesh Kumar Scientist South Asian Readings in 'F' and Head, Mental Health Division, Postcolonialism Defence Institute of Psychological Research (DIPR), Defence Research Pavan Kumar Malreddy Researcher, and Development Organization (DRDO), Institute for English and American Ministry of Defence, Government Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt of India and Manas K Mandal Director General (Life Sciences), A thought-provoking contribution to Defence Research and Development current debates about postcolonial Organization (DRDO), Ministry of theory’s exhaustion, Malreddy engages Defence, Government of India with contemporary discourses and South Asian texts to address the century’s new wave of Understanding Suicide Terrorism delves upon the enigmatic postcoloniality. Stimulating and readable. issue of suicide terrorism. The book is an interdisciplinary multi- faceted venture that brings together scholarly work from across Janet Wilson Professor of English and Postcolonial Studies, the world, across cultures and societies on the issue of suicide University of Northampton terror. The common thread weaving through all the articles is the This book’s contribution lies in its careful synthesis of concepts and notion of suicide terror as a complex phenomenon that defies easy concrete examples on issues of contemporary concern: terrorism, explanation, prediction or controllability. Informed by theoretical Orientalism, and Dalit Bahujan movements, and their reception stances of not only psychological sciences, but other social sciences in the popular media as well as in academic literature. Drawing like political science, criminology, military and sociology the book from the latest developments in South Asian literary studies, this is an insightful reading. book examines the uses of postcolonial theory in understanding the structural transformations enabled by post-9/11 discourses CONTENTS of Orientalism and terrorism; the internal contradictions between Foreword / Professor Ariel Merari / Preface / I: SUICIDE TERRORISM: A South Asian approaches to postcolonialism (Subaltern Studies) PHENOMENON / Suicide Terrorism: Delineating the Construct / Swati Mukherjee, Updesh Kumar, and Manas K Mandal / Suicide Terrorism and its European adaptations; and the resistance produced by the Explained: A Psychosocial Approach / Luis de la Corte Ibáñez / Evolutionary indigenization of local literary traditions in the work of select South Psychological Science of Suicide Terrorism / James R. Liddle and Todd Asian literary figures. K Shackelford / Suicide Terrorism as Social Noise: A Communicative Perspective / Jonathan Matusitz / ‘Mumbai Style’: Exploration of a Concept / CONTENTS Mark Dechesne / Suicide Bombing: Homicidal Killing or a Weapon of War? / Preface / Acknowledgments / Introduction / I: DISCOURSES: ORIENTALISM, Riaz Hassan / II: SUICIDE TERRORISM: A PROCESS / The Psychology of TERRORISM, AND POPULAR CULTURE / Orientalism(s) After 9/11 / Imagining Suicide Terrorism / Jerrold M. Post, Farhana Ali, Schuyler W. Henderson, the Terrorist: A Post-orientalist Inquiry / "Pulp Orientalism" : Representations of Stephen Shanfield, Jeff Victoroff, and Stevan Weine / The Militant Jihadi Afghanistan and Pakistan in Popular Fiction / II: DISJUNCTURES: HUMANISM Ideology of Martyrdom as Short-lived Psychological First-Aid for Trauma and AND INTERDISCIPLINARITY / After Orientalism:Difference and Disjuncture in Loss / Anne Speckhard / Are Suicide Terrorists Suicidal? / Bruce Bongar, Postcolonial Theory / Postcolonialism: Interdisciplinary or Interdiscursive? / III: Uri Kugel, and Victoria Kendrick / The Role of Military Psychologists and INDIGENISM(S): COSMOPOLITANISM, RIGHTS, AND CULTURAL POLITICS Psychiatrists in Understanding Suicide Terrorism / Uri Kugel, Laurie Black, / Cosmopolitanism Within: The Case of R.K. Narayan’s Fictional Malgudi Joseph Tomlins, Elvin Sheykhani, Bruce Bongar, Morgan Banks, and Larry / (An)Other way of Being Human: Indigenous Alternatives to Postcolonial James / The Use and Abuse of Children / Youth in Terrorism and Suicide Humanism / Margins of India: Kancha Ilaiah’s Postcolonial "Nationalogues" Bombing / Edna Erez and Anat Berko / Deterring Suicide Terrorism / Dushyant / Bibliography / Index Singh / Author Index / Subject Index 2015 • 220 pages • Hardback (9789351501428) • ` 795.00 2014 • 300 pages • Hardback (9789351500346) • ` 1050.00


Pavan Kumar Malreddy is a Researcher at Updesh Kumar, Ph.D., is a Scientist ‘F’ and in the Institute for English and American Studies, the chair of the Head, Mental Health Division at Goethe University Frankfurt. He has previously Defence Institute of Psychological Research, taught at Chemnitz University of Technology, R&D Organization, Ministry of Defence, Delhi, York University, University of Saskatchewan, India. Dr Kumar has been a psychological and has worked with various research assessor (psychologist) in various services organizations. selection boards for eight years for the selection of officers in Indian Armed Forces.

Manas K Mandal, Ph.D., is currently Director General (Life Sciences), Defence R&D Organization (DRDO), Ministry of Defence, Government of India, Delhi. Dr Mandal was a Professor of Psychology at Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

54A Peace & Conflict Studies Also available in Hindi! Also available in Hindi! THE FIRST NAXAL DEATH WASN’T PAINFUL An Authorised Biography of Stories of Indian Fighter Pilots Kanu Sanyal from the 1971 War Bappaditya Paul Editor, Newsman, Dhirendra S Jafa Wing Commander Kolkata (Retd.), Indian Air Force This very readable book is a story of The book portrays the subtle and how that very Sanyal later embraced human reactions of soldiers when Marxism in its most extreme form faced with the harsh realities of - and went on to regret it later... war-injuries, death, broken families, this book meticulously unveils how alienation and grief. Sanyal and his comrades built the The Statesman CPI and later the CPI-M in Siliguri Death Wasn’t Painful is a true region that included Naxalbari. account of the experiences of a former Hindustan Times Indian fighter pilot, who was taken prisoner during the 1971 Indo-Pak/ It seldom happens that the story of an individual becomes so Bangladesh Liberation War. While depicting the intrepid life of fighter intertwined with the cause she or he stands for that it becomes pilots in active combat, the book also has an introspective side where impossible to separate the one from the other. Kanu Sanyal’s is it portrays the soldier’s reactions to the terrifying realities of war. one such rare story: to read it is to relive the history of the Naxalite CONTENTS Movement, which the Indian establishments call the country’s biggest internal security threat. This book narrates the making of Death Wasn’t Painful / Compassion and Cruelty / Secrets and Sleuths / The Hospital Interlude / Myths and Misconceptions / Compatriots and Colleagues / Kanu Sanyal right from his childhood to the days of the Naxalbari A Yankee Comes Calling / Some Fun, Some Frolic / Courage and Cowardice / uprising and beyond. Daring and Devilry / Kala Sandhu / The Times, They Were Bad / Tigers in the Cage / Freedom Beckons / Preparations and Doubts / The Breakout / The CONTENTS Aftermath / Wages of Sin / Ayesha / The Great Homecoming / Annexure: Pen Preface / Acknowledgments / Beginning from the End / Days at the Portraits / Acknowledgements / Glossary School / Drift to Politics / Partition, Independence and Matriculation / At 2014 • 268 pages • Paperback (9788132117896) • ` 445.00 College: Beginning of a Political Quest / Ban on CPI: The Birth of a Rebel / Meeting Charu Mazumdar: Destiny’s First Glance / Off to Village: The Real Beginning / Asserting Farmers’ Rights: Time for Action / Land Reforms: The Differences Within / Sino-India War and the Split in CPI / Differences with Charu Mazumdar and the Chathat Experiment / Outbreak of Naxalbari Movement / Off to China and Meeting Mao Tse-tung / Formation and Disintegration of CPI- ML / Release from Jail and the Beginning of a New Struggle / Revolution versus CIVIL WARS IN SOUTH Terrorism: Nandigram to Lalgarh / Private Life / Rebel Who Did Not Return Home / Photographs / Glossary / Historic Documents and News Clippings / ASIA The life and Times of Kanu Sanyal: A Chronology / Select Bibliography / Index 2014 • 264 pages • Paperback (9788132117872) • ` 575.00 State, Sovereignty, Development Edited by Aparna Sundar Azim University, Bangalore and Nandini Sundar Delhi School of Economics, DECONSTRUCTING Delhi South Asia has become the site of major TERRORIST VIOLENCE civil or internal wars, with both domestic and global consequences. The conflict in Faith as a Mask Kashmir, for example, continues to make headlines, while those in the Northeast Ram Puniyani Chairman, Center for and central India simmer, though relatively Study of Society and Secularism, unnoticed. There appears to be no clear resolution to the civil war Mumbai and occupation in Afghanistan, even as Nepal and Sri Lanka work Ram Puniyani through his long struggle out their very different post-war settlements. In Bangladesh, the war against terrorism and sectarian violence of 1971 remains a political fault line, as the events around the War has come up with a strong argument Crimes Tribunal show. This volume demonstrates the importance to show that terrorism is a political of South Asia as a region to deepening the study of civil wars and phenomenon, either aiming to control armed conflicts and, simultaneously, illustrates how civil wars open the oil-rich areas or pushing an agenda up questions of sovereignty, citizenship and state contours. of sectarian nationalism. He analyzes the underlying issues threadbare and throws in a lot of uncomfortable CONTENTS questions while deconstructing the ideological modus operandi of Acknowledgements / Introduction: Sovereignty, Development and Civil War / Aparna Sundar and Nandini Sundar / Contextualizing Civil Wars in South religion and violence. Asia / Nandini Sundar / Sri Lanka: Military Fiscalism and the Politics of CONTENTS Market Reform at a Time of Civil War / Rajesh Venugopal / The Transnational Political Economy of Civil War in Afghanistan / Alessandro Monsutti / Aid and Preface : World Gripped by Terror: Is Terrorism Due to Religion? / Introduction : Violence: Development, Insurgency and and Social Transformation in Nepal / The Politics of Terror in Contemporary Times / I. TERRORISM TODAY: THE Antonio Donini and Jeevan Raj Sharma / Civil War or Genocide? Britain and GLOBAL SCENE / A World Gripped by Terror / Changing Goals of Colonialism– the Secession of East Pakistan in1971 / A Dirk Moses / The Rise of Jihadi Imperialism : From ‘White Man’s Burden’ to ‘War Against Terror’ / Islam: Militancy in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas / Haris Gazdar, Yasser Kureshi and Asad Through the Ages / II. TERRORISM TODAY: THE VIEW FROM INDIA / Sayeed / Routine Emergencies: India’s Armed Forces Special Powers Act / Hindutva Terrorism / From Hindu, Hinduism, to Hindutva / III. INDIA: A VICTIM Sanjib Baruah / Local Agitations in a Globalized Context: A Case Study of OF GLOBAL TERROR / Al Qaeda Strikes: The Mumbai Terror Attack / IV. Shopian and Bomai / Gowhar Fazili / Articulating Grievance in Southeast RELIGION, POLITICS, AND TERRORISM / Civilizations–Religions: Clash or Myanmar / Stephen Campbell / Index Alliance / Religion, Power, and Violence / Appendices / Bibliography / Index 2014 • 288 pages • Hardback (9789351500407) • ` 895.00 2015 • 212 pages • Hardback (9789351500643) • ` 675.00

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LEFT-WING EXTREMISM ARMED CONFLICT, AND HUMAN RIGHTS PEACE AUDIT AND The Role of Civil Liberties EARLY WARNING 2014 Groups in Andhra Pradesh Stability and Instability in South K V Thomas Formerly at Intelligence Asia Bureau (IB), Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India Edited by D Suba Chandran National Institute of Advanced Studies and The book is packed with information P R Chari Institute of Peace and that would provide valuable inputs Conflict Studies, New Delhi for policymaking. It could also be a ready reckoner for anyone who wants This volume addresses three major to study the role of civil groups in the security aspects in South Asia – armed conflicts, peace audit and early warning. arena of human rights protection, with particular reference to The essays span the entire range of armed conflicts, including inter- Andhra Pradesh. state and intra-state actors in the region. An innovative attempt is also Defence Watch made to audit the peace processes in conflict-driven environments Left-Wing Extremism and Human Rights unfolds a mosaic of since certain areas have witnessed an end to armed conflicts. social issues, especially of the weaker and marginalized section, CONTENTS closely intertwined with internal security. Based on an empirical Preface / I: ARMED CONFLICT / Overview / P R Chari / Security Transition and study of the Left-Wing Extremism (LWE) movement in Andhra Peace Process in Afghanistan: Trends in 2013 / Mariam Safi / Armed Conflicts Pradesh, once the citadel of LWE, it offers a deep analysis of the in Pakistan 2013: Continuing Violence despite Changes in Leadership / D growth and consolidation of LWE in India. It also studies the profiles Suba Chandran and Ayesha Khanyari / Myanmar: Tentative Consolidation and roles of NGOs in promoting rights for which specific case studies of Peace / Bibhu Prasad Routray / : Bordering on Renewed have been undertaken. As LWE and counter-extremist operations Conflict or Building on the Peace? / Mirza Zulfiqur Rahman / Left-wing have become the major sources of serious human-rights violations Extremism in 2013: A Mixed Bag / N. Manoharan / II: PEACE AUDIT / Peace in the country, the pan-Indian scenario of the movement bringing Process in Jammu and Kashmir 2013: Hope to Simmering Discontent? / Ashok out its genesis, organizational structure, etc., have been elaborately Bhan / Peace Process in Manipur: A Perspective / Chitra Ahanthem / Auditing Peace and Conflict in India’s Northeast: Do We Need a ‘Peace Policy’? / dealt with in this book. Nani Gopal Mahanta / Elections 2013 and Peace Process in Nepal / Nishchal Nath Pandey / Maoist Insurgency and Peace Process in Nepal: Integration CONTENTS (of the Maoist Combatants) and the Divide within the Maoist Party / Uddhab Preface / Human Rights: Historical Background and Constitutional Framework / Prasad Pyakurel / Sri Lanka: Positive Peace at a Distance / N Manoharan / Human Rights Scenario in Andhra Pradesh: A Ground-level Study / Left-Wing State, Society and Talks with Taliban: Everywhere and Nowhere / D Suba Extremism: Pan-Indian Scenario / Left-Wing Extremism and Human Rights Chandran / III: EARLY WARNING / Communal Divide in Jammu and Kashmir / in Andhra Pradesh / Human and Civil Rights of Marginalized Sections / How Kavita Suri / Maoists in Northeast India: The Spread of a Rebellion / Wasbir to Tackle Left-Wing Extremism? / Human Rights NGOs and Their Increasing Hussain / Convergence and Divergence of Madhes Politics in Nepal and Its Role / Andhra Pradesh: A Role Model for Civil Liberties Groups and NGOs / Implication / Sohan Prasad Sha / The Political Direction of the Maoist Party A Way Ahead / Conclusion / Appendix / Notes / Bibliography / Index in Nepal: Possibilities, Recommendations and Incentives / Sisir Devkota / 2014 • 308 pages • Hardback (9788132111580) • ` 1050.00 Sinhala Buddhist Radicalization in Post-war Sri Lanka: 2013 and Ahead / Thiranjala Weerasinghe / Index ARMED CONFLICT, PEACE AUDIT AND EARLY WARNING 2015 • 440 pages • Hardback (9789351500766) • ` 1250.00 REVISITING NUCLEAR INDIA Strategic Culture and (In)Security THE NELLIE MASSACRE Imaginary OF 1983 Runa Das University of Minnesota, Duluth Agency of Rioters Interrogating the socially constructed Makiko Kimura Tsuda College, Tokyo nature of a nation’s strategic culture too explain its nuclear security policies is nott The Nellie Massacre of 1983 is an a common practice in the mainstream attempt to search for clues from the scholarships of strategic culture studiess narratives of attackers and survivors and International Relations. Revisiting of the incident, which are fragmented Nuclear India is an effort to reorientt and sometimes contradictory to each strategic culture and international security other. The key focus of the book is on studies in this direction.This book renders a novel line of theoretical the local decision-making processes and analytical approach to study a discursive link between the of the riot agents in deciding to use reconstructions of India’s strategic cultures, insecurities, and India’s collective violence against another group/ nuclear policy choices from 1947 to the present. community/ethnicity especially in the context of rural India. CONTENTS CONTENTS Acknowledgements / Discourse in International Relations: Situating India / Introduction / How to Interpret "Riots": Theories on Collective Violence and the Nation-making in Colonial India / Political Idealism and Atomic Science: 1947– Question of Agency in Contemporary South Asia / Locating the Antiforeigners 1964 / Defense Preparedness and Nuclear Aggressiveness: 1964–1991 / At the Movement in the Context of Assamese Nationalism / Election Boycott and the Nuclear Edge: 1991–1998 / Crossing the Nuclear Threshold and the Neoliberal Nellie Incident / Agency of the Rioters: A Study of Decision Making in the Nellie Turn: 1998–2004 / Neoliberal Strategic Security / Defense Collaborations: Massacre / Memories of the Massacre / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index Post-2004 / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index SAGE STUDIES ON INDIA'S NORTH EAST 2015 • 340 pages • Hardback (9789351501220) • ` 1250.00 2013 • 284 pages • Hardback (9788132111665) • ` 795.00

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SAGE SERIES IN HUMAN RIGHTS 5 Volume AUDITS OF PEACE PROCESSES Set Five Volume Set Edited by Rita Manchanda Research Director, South Asia Forum for Human Rights, Delhi The SAGE Series in Human Rights Audits of Peace Processes provides an overview of peace-audit study and explores why many peace processes fail. It provides comparative analyses of peace processes in South Asia drawn from field-based audit exercises in four regions: Northeast India; Balochistan, Pakistan; Madhesh, Nepal; and Chittagong Hills Tracts, Bangladesh. By placing conflict-affected peoples’ perspectives and experiences at the center, the five volumes explore the gaps between the national elite’s vision of conflict management, pacification, and restoring normalcy vis-andagrave;-vis peoples’ expectations of systemic change in the factors that drove the conflicts. The volumes question the success of peacemaking processes, indexing them on the quality of democracy by looking at peoples’ rights and entitlements. They set forth ways in which peace accords can be made to deliver a more inclusive, non-exploitative, and just peace. 2015 • 1040 pages • Hardback (9789351500988) • ` 6,500.00

Making War, Making Peace Confronting the Federal Sphinx in Nepal Conflict Resolution in South Asia Madhesh-Tarai Rita Manchanda and Tapan Kumar Bose Tapan Kumar Bose and Som Prasad Niroula This book maps the South Asian states’ praxis of resolving ethno- This volume evaluates the ascendence of the Madheshis in postwar nationalist conflicts via peace accords that largely result in the creation Nepali politics and their emergence as a major player. Analyzing the of ‘homeland’-based federal arrangements and special autonomies. political economy of Nepali nationalism, the book provides a history of Confronted by the regions’ faltering peace processes, the authors explore the discrimination of Madheshis, their struggle for justice, participation the gaps between the national elites’ vision of conflict management and in democracy movements, and their betrayal by the Caste Hill Hindu pacification and the conflict affected peoples’ expectations out of such Elite (CHHE)-controlled political parties. It explores the possibility of a peace processes. new Madheshi identity that can accommodate the competing claims of Tharus (Janajati), Muslims, and Dalits. Bridging State and Nation Conflict and Partition Peace Accords in India’s Northeast Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh Rita Manchanda, Tapan Kumar Bose and Sajal Nag Amena Mohsin and Delwar Hossain This book brings a rights based perspective to an area that has long been monopolized by counterinsurgency wallahs or body-count human The study traces the origins of ethnic insurgency, charts through the rights documentation. Challenging the long-standing assumptions peace process, and takes the responses of different regimes; and also about primoridal tribalism, the book points out that the goal posts have critically those of the Hill people from the field study. The CHT accord shifted; new social forces have emerged which are capable of uniting and its discords, questions pertaining to women, and issues of resource community, group, and gender interests while negotiating for higher and power distribution have been analyzed. forms of autonomy. Balochistan ABOUT THE AUTHOR A Case Study of Pakistan’s Peacemaking Praxis Alia Amirali Rita Manchanda is Research Director of the South Asia Forum for Human Rights. This book examines Pakistan's adoption of military force as its She is the Coordinator of the Human Rights predominant strategy in Balochistan, recent shift in policy-making, and and Peace Audits research project as well formulations and combinations that govern its choice of peace-making as the Women Conflict and Peace-building strategies. These strategies are shaped by the interests of competing and Media and Conflict programs. factions/institutions within the state and the state’s ruling elites.

57A Environmental Studies

BUSINESSBU INTERESTS ENVIRONMENT AND AND THE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS Essays in Honour of Dr U Sankar Edited by Kanchi Kohli Researcher and Edited by K R Shanmugam Director writer working on environment, forest, and Professor, Madras School of and biodiversity governance in India and Economics, Chennai and K S Kavi Manju Menon Senior Fellow, Centre for Kumar Professor, Madras School of Policy Research, New Delhi Economics, Chennai This book highlights the manner in Grounded in current issues and which key aspects in policy discourse— constraints, this book focuses on valuing commodity, pricing, ownership, and environmental degradation, green regulation—have borrowed economic economic growth, trade–environment and trade principles to address the linkage, climate change, health outcome environmental crisis and to what effect. The book addresses a efficiency and public works programmes. Can the ‘impressive’ fundamental issue in environment: if nature is no longer available as a growth rates registered by the Indian economy last in the long limitless resource, how has the policy discourse on the environmental run? If so, are they inclusive of the key dimensions of well-being? crisis come to view it, value it, and live with it? Analysing policy Can the balance between India’s demand for and supply of natural instruments across sectors that respond to local ecological conflicts capital make the country an ecological debtor? This volume, in and challenges, the book offers a conceptual understanding of how honour of Professor U. Sankar, addresses such significant debates natural elements are transformed into mobile, tradable commodities and provides policy initiatives to tackle these issues. This book through the use of market-based instruments. argues that sustainable development as a long-term objective demands a paradigm shift in the approach to viewing ecology and CONTENTS that sustainability has to be assessed in terms of economic, social Preface / Introduction: Green and Pink / Kanchi Kohli and Manju Menon / and environmental outcomes. SECTION I. EXAMINING ‘NATURE’ IN BUSINESS / Bringing Liquidity to Life: Markets for Ecosystem Services and the New Political Economy of Extinction / CONTENTS Jeremy Walker / Claiming Benefits, Making Commodities / Shalini Bhutani / Foreword by C. Rangarajan / Acknowledgements / Introduction and Overview / The Abstract Nature of Building / Himanshu Burte / Coal Accounting: The K R Shanmugam and K S Kavi Kumar / I. ENVIRONMENT / Estimating the Story of Fuel Kept Cheap / Vinuta Gopal / SECTION II. DEMOCRATIC Cost of Environmental Degradation in India / Muthukumara Mani, Anil GOVERNANCE OF NATURE / Value as a Justification in Water Resource Markandya, Aarsi Sagar, Elena Strukova and Gaurav Joshi / Discount Rate Development / Shripad Dharmadhikary / The Effectiveness and Equity for Environmental Health Risks: A Comparative Study / K.R. Shanmugam / of Payments for Reducing Forest Loss / Simone Lovera / Selling Nature: Low Carbon Goods and Services: International Cooperation on Technological Narratives of Coercion, Resistance, and Ecology / Soumitra Ghosh / Putting Innovation, Transfer and Funding Needs / Kaliappa Kalirajan, Anbumozhi Peoplehood at the Centre of the Green Economy / Sanjay Kabir Bavikatte Venkatachalam and Thanh Nguyen / Carbon Intensity and Labour Intensity in and Daniel F Robinson / Index India / Brinda Viswanathan and Ishwarya Balasubramanian / Natural Solutions 2016 • 284 pages • Hardback (9789351508601) • ` 845.00 to Environmental Issues: The Case of the Textile Sector / Badri Narayanan G / Are Fiscal Subsidies Harmful for the Environment? / Sacchidananda Mukherjee and Debashis Chakraborty / Climate Change Burden Sharing: A Reappraisal of the Equity Debate / Anubhab Pattanayak and K S Kavi Kumar / Economic Value of Water Using Hedonic Price Method / Haripirya Gundimeda and Vinish ABOUT THE EDITORS Kathuria / Assessing On-farm Conservation and Farmer’s Willingness to Participate: A Case Study of Minor / Millet Sukanya Das, Prabhakaran T Raghu and E D Israel Oliver King / Economic Analysis of Irrigation Institutions: A Case Kanchi Kohli is a researcher and writer working Study / Durba Biswas and L Venkatachalam / Improving Tiger Conservation in India / Zareena Begum I and Amanat K Gill / II. DEVELOPMENT / Importance on environment, forest, and biodiversity of Excess Female Mortality in Explaining Lowness of the Sex Ratio in governance in India. Her work explores the links India / D / Subsidized Credit vs Public Works Programme in Rural between law, industrialization, and environment India / Kausik Chaudhuri and Debanjali Dasgupta / Budgetary Allocation justice. on Education: A Study of Inter-state Imbalances / C Bhujanga Rao and D K Srivastava / Health Outcome Efficiency of the Indian States / J Prachithaand and K R Shanmugam / The Software Sector in Bangalore and Hyderabad / V Manju Menon is Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy N Balasubramanyam and Ahalya Balasubramanyam / Index Research, New Delhi. She has researched and 2016 • 516 pages • Hardback (9789351506492) • ` 1295.00 written on environment, law, and development for over two decades. Her main areas of work are environmental lawmaking and implementation processes and regulatory decisions on siting of infrastructure projects.

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MULTI-LEVEL FOREST COMMUNITYCO NATURAL GOVERNANCE IN ASIA RESOURCE Concepts, Challenges and the MANAGEMENT AND Way Forward POVERTY IN INDIA Edited by Makoto Inoue Professor of Forest Sociology and Governance, The Evidence from Gujarat and University of Tokyo and Ganesh P Shivakoti Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok Shashidharan Enarth Senior Advisor, Institute of Livelihood Research and A fresh look and comparative Training, Hyderabad, Jharna Pathak perspectives from various Asian countries Assistant Professor, Gujarat Institute of on multi-level forest governance. This Development Research, Ahmedabad, book presents the remarkable diversity Amita Shah Former Director, Gujarat of policy implementation in forest resource management in 14 Asian Institute of Development Research, countries: five in South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Ahmedabad, Madhu Verma Professor, Bhutan), six in South-east Asia (Indonesia, , the Philippines, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Thailand, Vietnam and Laos) and three in East Asia (China, Korea and Bhopal and John R Wood Professor Japan). It explores how effective forest governance can be achieved Emeritus, Department of Political Science, by bridging multi-level outcomes. Further, this volume highlights University of British Columbia, Vancouver the importance of context in defining flexible policies for policy makers, development practitioners and the academic communities of A comparative analysis of two contrasting strategies in the these countries. It also provides assistance to government officers, implementation of Community Natural Resource Management NGOs and academics based on relevant empirical information on (CNRM) programmes in Gujarat and Madhya PradeshThis book resource management. examines whether the introduction of CNRM schemes in rural India made an impact on poverty alleviation. These programmes were CONTENTS implemented in various phases and manners in different states List of Tables / List of Figures / Foreword / Yukio Ikemoto / I: INTRODUCTION / over the last two decades and their comparative performance Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: An Introduction / Makoto Inoue, Ganesh as well as successes and failures are analysed. Inspired by the P Shivakoti and Hemant R Ojha / II: SOUTH ASIA / Bangladesh: Do Changes Millennial Development Goals established by the United Nations in Policy Ensure Good Forest Governance? / Tapan K Nath, Mohammed in 2000, the book focuses on participatory irrigation management, Jashimuddin and Makoto Inoue / India: Determinants and Challenges of Sustainable Forest Governance / Madhusudan Bandi and P.K Viswanathan / watershed development, joint forest management, and inland fishing Nepal: Evaluating Different Forest Management Regimes / Ganesh P Shivakoti, cooperatives. This book is indispensable to scholars of development Birendra K Karna, Ambika P Gautam and Makoto Inoue / Sri Lanka: Forest studies, environmental studies, community resource management, Governance of Community-based Forest Management / Mangala De Zoysa, and sociology. W D Lakmi Saubhagya and Makoto Inoue / Bhutan: Forest Resources Management and Conservation in and Outside Protected Areas / Om Katel CONTENTS and Dietrich Schmidt-Vogt / III: SOUTH-EAST ASIA / Indonesia I: Review of Preface / CNRM in India: The Problem and the Context John R Wood / Local Community Dimensions of Forest Policies / Mustofa Agung Sardjono Comparative CNRM: From Concepts to Field Research John R Wood, and Ndan Imang / Indonesia II: Customary Land Tenure in East Kalimantan / Shashidharan Enarth and Amita Shah / Participatory Irrigation Management G Simon Devung / Indonesia III: Characteristics of Forest Management Policy in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh: When and How Can It Benefit the Poor? in West Sumatra / Yonariza, Ganesh P Shivakoti, Mahdi, Tri Martial and Shashidharan Enarth / Resource Management and Poverty in Gujarat’s and Yolamalinda / Malaysia: Governance and Community Participation in Forestry / Madhya Pradesh’s Inland Fisheries: Hopeful Opportunities and Hard Realities A Ainuddin Nuruddin / Philippines: Multi-tired Forest Governance System Jharna Pathak / Participatory Watershed Development Projects in Gujarat and on Uneven Playing Field / Juan M Pulhin, Rose Jane J Peras and Maricel Madhya Pradesh: Do They Impact Poverty? Amita Shah / Poverty Reduction A Tapia / Thailand: Context and Outcomes of Community Forestry in Two and the Community Management of Forests: The Experience of Joint Forest Western Provinces / Edward L Webb and Demis Galli / Vietnam: Implications Management Institutions Madhu Verma / Conclusion: Comparing CNRM of Community-based Forest Management for Sustainable Forest Governance / Institutions and Their Impact on Poverty in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh Tran Nam Thang and Ganesh P Shivakoti / Laos: Local Communities and John R Wood / CNRM and Poverty in India: The Way Forward John R Wood / Involvement of External Stakeholders / Kimihiko Hyakumura / IV: EAST Glossary / References and Select Bibliography / Index ASIA / China: Mechanism Design of Community Co-management in Forest 2016 • 440 pages • Hardback (9789351506522) • ` 1150.00 Governance / Huilan Wei, Ting Zhu, Haiyun Chen and Ganesh P Shivakoti / Korea: Conditions for Sustainability of Traditional Village Woods Maeulsoop / Koo Ja-Choon, Kweon Deogkyu and Youn Yeo-Chang / Japan I: Histories of ‘Property Wards (Zaisanku)’ and ‘School Forests (Gakkou-rin) / Haruo Saito and Taro Takemoto / Japan II: Implications of the Commons for Endogenous Development of a Mountain Village / Hironori Okuda and Makoto Inoue / V: SYNTHESIS AND THE WAY FORWARD / Towards an Effective Policy for Forest Management in Asia / Ganesh P Shivakoti, Makoto Inoue, Juan M Pulhin, Shubhechchha Sharma, Edward L Webb and Tapan K Nath / About the Editors and Contributors / Index 2015 • 508 pages • Hardback (9789351502593) • ` 1495.00

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ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS OF ENVIRONMENT AND Theory and Applications SUSTAINABILITY IN Katar Singh Honorary (Founder) Chairman, India Natural Resource INDIA Economics and Management Prithi Nambiar Executive Director, Foundation, Anand, Gujarat and Centre for Environment Education (CEE) Anil Shishodia Information/Reference Australia Inc., Sydney, NSW Services Department, Calgary Public Library, Calgary The book analyses the role of media and communication in negotiating the The book provides a fairly compre- meaning of environment and sustainability hensive yet crunchy treatment of both in the developmental context of India. As theoretical and applied aspects of part of the global development discourse, environmental economics with Indian it has become necessary to refocus on the meanings attributed to case studies. environment, sustainability, and sustainable development at the local and national level. The impact of these globally generated Consulting Ahead imperatives on a democratic, fast-developing nation like India is Environmental Economics: Theory and Applications is determined by the extent to which meaning negotiation through a balanced blend of theory and practice, this book outlinesthe discourse aids their acceptance within society. basic concepts, theories, tools and techniques of environmental economics, which not only enable the reader to diagnose the CONTENTS root causes of environmental problems and identify practicable List of Illustrations / List of Abbreviations / Foreword Professor (Dr) Naren solutions, but also facilitate the design of environmental policy and Chitty / Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Sustainability Discourse / Prioritising Sustainable Development / Communicating management strategies. The book combines: and Framing Sustainability / The Indian Environment and Sustainability • innovative synthesis of concepts, ideas and theories Discourse / Making Sense of Sustainability: Exploring Elite Public Discourse / • presentation in a simple, easy-to-comprehend language and style Media Construction of Environment and Sustainability / Framing the Future of Sustainability / Bibliography / Index • illustrations and examples from real life situations 2014 • 312 pages • Hardback (9788132117414) • ` 1050.00 • latest available research data on various environmental problems. CONTENTS Introduction / Environment, Economy and Development / Basic Concepts and Theories: Individual Choices / Basic Concepts and Theories: Collective Choices / Environmental Valuation / Environmental Accounting / Instruments of Environment Management / Land and ACHIEVING UNIVERSAL Environment / Water and Environment / Forests and Environment / Fisheries and Environment / Biodiversity Conservation and Environment / Climate ENERGY ACCESS Change and Environment / An Ideal Environment Management Policy / References and Select Bibliography / Index IN INDIA SAGE TEXTS Challenges and the Way Forward 2007 • 424 pages • Paperback (9780761935971) • ` 495.00 P C Maithani Director, Ministry of New Recommended for students of Economics at UG and PG levels and students and Renewable Energy, Government of appearing for UGC-NET, IES and UPSC exams. An invaluable resource for India and Deepak Gupta Ex-Secretary, credit papers at various B. Tech. colleges Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India If you are looking for a definitive, fairly complete text on India’s energy problems with illustrative background stories of successes and failures (not just anecdotal case studies), strong technical solutions and policy recommendations, you would do very well and save a huge amount of time to start with this scholarly publication. Business World The book takes a critical look at the present energy policy and addresses ways to improve energy penetration. In doing so it encourages the use of renewable energy as an alternate medium, challenging the traditional power proponents. CONTENTS Preface / The Importance of Energy Access / Global Status / India Electricity Status / Rural Electrification—Policy Landscape and Status of Access / Renewable Energy Options for Electricity Access / Challenges for Universal Electricity Access and Way Forward / Access to Cooking Energy / Subsidies and Funding / Energy Access and Rural Development / The Last Word / Index 2015 • 296 pages • Hardback (9789351501374) • ` 950.00

60A Urban Studies

FINANCINGFIN CITIES Seconds with IN INDIA Prasanna K Mohanty Municipal Reforms, Fiscal Accountability and Urban Infrastructure Prasanna K Mohanty Chair Professor Q. Give us an interesting fact from your book. of Economics, University of Hyderabad Highlights the potential of cities as A. My book : Financing Cities in India: Municipal Reforms, major drivers of economic growth and Fiscal Accountability and Urban Infrastructure finds productive employment if municipal that the Indian cities are amongst the weakest in finances are managed better. This book identifies Indian municipalities as among the world in terms of fiscal autonomy and capacity the weakest globally in terms of access to to deliver infrastructure and services needed by resources, revenue-raising capacity and fiscal autonomy. Advocating economic growth and urbanisation. Reforms in urban reforms in these sectors, it discusses the lack of clarity, consistency, public finance system are long overdue. adequacy and predictability in municipal taxation, user charging, inter-governmental transfers and development financing as key factors plaguing city finances. Topical and up-to-date, the book Q. What should be the start point for someone brings out the need to align particular types of revenues to particular exploring the urban planning and development of categories of expenditure so that services can be delivered in a Indian municipalities? responsive, transparent and accountable manner. CONTENTS A. The start point is to understand municipal functions Preface / Overview / India's Urban Fiscal Problem / A Portfolio of Municipal - delivery of civic services and urban infrastructure. Taxes / Taxation of Urban Land Value / Reforming the Property Tax / User Charges, Benefit Charges and Fees / Intergovernmental Transfers to Once there is clarity in functions, the next step Municipalities / Development Financing Instruments / Value Creation, Capture is to understand whether finances available with and Recycling / Conclusion: An Agenda for Reforms / Bibliography / Index municipalities are commensurate with functions 2016 • 328 pages • Hardback (9789351508755) • ` 895.00 - assess the financing, planning and governance challenges, etc. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Q. What is the most misleading concept about municipal finances?

Prasanna K Mohanty is Chair Professor of A. The most misleading concept is that property tax will Economics at the University of Hyderabad and be adequate to meet the financing needs of cities. also Honorary Executive Chair at the National Municipalities need to be equipped with access to Institute of Urban Management and Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. a broad basket of taxes, charges, transfers, etc. including land-based financing instruments.

Q. Why do you think Indian municipalities are among the weakest?

A. Indian municipalities are among the weakest as while they need to spend more than Rs.5.9 million crores on operational and maintenance of civic services and capital works over a period of 20 years (High Powered Expert Committee estimates), their total revenues per annum amount to Rs. 0.1 million - to be spent on salaries, operation and maintenance and capital works. Apart from financial weakness, municipalities are plagued by serious issues of governance.

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CITIES AND PUBLIC ASSORTED CITY POLICY Equity, Justice, and Politics in Urban Services Delivery An Urban Agenda for India Suptendu P Biswas Architect, Urban Prasanna K Mohanty Chair Professor Designer and Planning Professional of Economics, University of Hyderabad A rare piece of research on the game Cities and Public Policy acknowledges of urban services delivery in an Indian the role of agglomeration externalities metropolis. Assorted City makes an as the cornerstone of urban public important contribution to urban planning policy in India. Arguing that hypotheses discourses in India by offering an in-depth of over-urbanization and urban bias conceptual and theoretical insight to theory—which articulated a negative address theory–practice dichotomy. A view of urbanization—are based on unique work on urban services delivery in fragile theoretical as well as empirical an Indian city, it narrates how equity and foundations, this book calls for proactive public policy to harness justice are manipulated in the process. It captures generic urban planned urbanization as resource. The book provides a large number processes in three ways: the questions it raises about planning, of practical examples from India and abroad to enable policy-makers the multifaceted methodological perspective it introduces, and undertake reforms in urban and regional planning, financing, and the commitment it underlines toward social justice and equity in a governance to meet the challenges of urbanization in India. democracy. This book explores and exposes the interplay between CONTENTS urban existence and the politics of service delivery. Preface / Introduction / Cities and Agglomeration Economies / Fallacy of CONTENTS Over-urbanisation / Spatial Planning, Transportation, and Land Use / Right Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / I: POSITIONS AND to the City: Making Urbanisation Inclusive / Financing City Development and PROPOSITIONS / Ideology, Policy, and Governmentality / Planning Services / Using Urban Land as a Resource / Institutional Framework for and Its Practices of Delivery / Politics of Distribution / II: POLITICS OF Good Urban Governance / Cities and Public Policy: An Urban Agenda for DISTRIBUTION IN WATER SUPPLY / Physical Setting and the Method of India / Bibliography / Index Study / Socioeconomic Spaces and Property Rights / Water Supply and 2014 • 352 pages • Hardback (9788132117933) • ` 995.00 Socioeconomic Spaces / Water Supply, Political Funding, and Socioeconomic Spaces / III: ASSORTED CITY / Politics of Practices, Its Ambiguity, and Governmentality / Equity Mosaics and Assorted City / Select Bibliography / Index 2015 • 280 pages • Hardback (9789351501251) • ` 895.00


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Challenges, Opportunities and is Chairperson of the the Way Forward Board of the Indian Council for Research on Edited by Isher Judge Ahluwalia International Economic Relations (ICRIER), a Chairperson, Board of Governors, leading think tank based in New Delhi. the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi, Ravi Kanbur Cornell University and P K Mohanty Chief Secretary, Government of Andhra Pradesh Ravi Kanbur is currently President of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality A most welcome contribution to the and teaches at the Cornell University. He was literature precisely because it shines educated at Cambridge and Oxford. the light on the non-financial challenges to sustainable urbanization. Business Standard The book offers observations on a diverse number of issues P K Mohanty, an officer of the Indian and it does so in an insightful manner...all authors focus on Administrative Service, is currently the Chief exploring remedies rather than merely dissecting the problem... Secretary to Government of Andhra Pradesh. the book throws light on some aspects that we must start addressing immediately...performs the unpleasant yet required task of awakening its readers to reality. Businessworld Urban areas are integral to India’s growth and development, accounting for around two-thirds of the country’s GDP. Analysing India’s rapidly expanding process of urbanisation, the book identifies the key challenges and opportunities and proposes suitable managerial and policy reforms. It addresses critical issues and puts forth suggestions for better planning financing alternatives and, Connect with SAGE! most importantly, better governance for improved service delivery and affordable housing. Divided thematically into three sections, the volume takes into account the important facets of urbanisation, including the state of urban infrastructure and planning in India with due attention to sustainability, the role of finance in urban development and its dependence on governance, and methods to generate good governance in public institutions, and the impact on housing and climate change. The 11 essays included in this book have been written by leading analysts and practitioners, who propose critical reforms and policy interventions. The volume will be indispensable to students and scholars of urban economics, development studies, urban planning, business practitioners, policymakers as well as the informed general reader. CONTENTS Preface / Challenges of Urbanisation in India: An Overview / Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Ravi Kanbur and P K Mohanty / I: URBAN PLANNING, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SUSTAINABILITY / Urban Infrastructure and Service Delivery / Isher Judge Ahluwalia / Planning and Markets for Urban Development in India / Isher Judge Ahluwalia and P K Mohanty / Sustainable Urban Living / Montek S Ahluwalia and Ajay Mathur / II: FINANCE AND GOVERNANCE / A Municipal Financing Framework / P K Mohanty / Market Worthiness and Urban Local Governments / Jessica Seddon / The Practice of PPP in Urban Infrastructure / Anand Sahasranaman and Vikram Kapur / Governance and Fiscal Federalism / Govinda Rao and Richard Bird / III: INCLUSION AND GOVERNANCE / Generating Demand for Good Governance / Samuel Paul / Integrating Redevelopment of Slums in City Planning / Bimal Patel and V K Phatak / Affordable Housing in Urban India / / Index 2014 • 360 pages • Hardback (9788132117759) • ` 950.00

63A Urban Studies

DISPLACEMENT, URBAN VILLAGER REVOLUTION, AND THE Life in an Indian Satellite Town NEW URBAN CONDITION Vandana Vasudevan Columnist In Urban Villager, the writer Theories and Case Studies elucidates how the push for Ipsita Chatterjee Department of urbanization has led to as many Geography, University of North Texas challenges as the opportunities it has nurtured...[it] explores the An insight into various problems and dynamics of these challenges from challenges that displaced people face her vantage as a resident of Greater throughout their lives. Rehabilitation and Noida, a suburb of New Delhi. resettlement of displaced persons pose The Financial Express major challenges for the government and citizens....this book has lucidly Urban Villager is a superbly etched and finely detailed representation interfaced the theories revolving around urban policies of the life of an ‘urban villager’ in a modern satellite town of India. It and development by studying the Sabarmati River Front describes how Delhi, as a city, is growing radially, stretching its way into the rural fringes of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh that border the Development (SRFD) and the people of Ahemdabad. It would city to form the National Capital Region. Through the microcosm of help geographers, planners, policy makers to internalize that Greater Noida, a suburb of New Delhi, the author draws a portrait urban change is not a simple process of renewing idle spaces of life in a semi-urban town, where billion dollar homes and villages but it is at the same time an exploitative mechanism to displace with no sewage system share the same pin code. Some farmers sell people and their labouring landscape. their land and try to cope with a new found prosperity; others refuse Social Action and break into agitations that make newspaper headlines. A builder destroys a wetland to make a township while the middle class in high The book informs “new urban politics”- a policy shift in urban rises frets about power and security. governance that challenges the notion of the city as a place for redistributive justice by appealing to entrepreneurial CONTENTS capital, through two mutually inclusive concept. This book Preface / I: WHOSE LAND IS IT ANYWAY? / A New Town is Born / A Mutiny, can also be read as a people’s history of development in A Martyr and Some Myths / Farmer, Farmer, Give Me Your Land / The Murky Gujarat, whose characteristics have been replicated in large- Tales of Noida Extension / Formula 1: Zipping through the Fields / II: THE IMPACT OF ACQUISITION / Poof! The Cash is Gone. Where’s My Gun? / The scale development projects all over India. It is a gleaming of Cost of Building / No Home for the Bristled Grassbird / III: NEW OWNERS entrepreneurial urbanism, marking a shift from social urbanism. OF AN OLD LAND / Isles of Urbania / The Creation of an Education Bazaar / Economic & Political Weekly IV: THE SCHIZOPHRENIA OF THE PERI-URBAN TOWN / The Big, Fat Gujjar Wedding / Urban Villager / Art and the City / Greater Noida Heavens / V: This is a valuable book that grapples with differing narratives GROWTH PANGS OF YOUNG TOWNS / The Complexities of Adolescence / of development, resistance and community present in the Our Cities, Our Future / Annexures / Bibliography SFRD project. Chatterjee’s work is most powerful when she 2013 • 296 pages • Hardback (9788132113096) • ` 625.00 challenges homogenous narratives of resistance and lends a theoretical gaze to the aftermath of resettlement. Her account, though at times dense, also importantly links theory exchange between the Global North and the Global South, demonstrating how the SFRD is not just about a riverfront community in URBAN AND REGIONAL Ahmedabad, but about global urban displacement. PLANNING IN INDIA Kavita Ramakrishnan, University of East Anglia A Handbook for Professional Displacement, Revolution, and the New Urban Condition Practice provides a window into the global urban contradiction through the lens of a Third World city. It is not a book on urban India, or a book S K Kulshrestha Visiting Faculty, on Ahmedabad city, or even a book on the Sabarmati River Front School of Planning and Architecture, Development (SRFD) project, but it is a book that uses all these New Delhi, India and Senior Consultant, lenses to conceptualize urban exploitation. Urban and Regional Planning CONTENTS This book presents a comprehensive Acknowledgments / Preface / Introduction / New Urban Politics / Accumulation, treatment to the subject of urban and Estrangement, and Displacement / Resettlement and the Territorialization of regional planning in India, detailing the Exploitation / Of Unruly Practices and Resistance / Reversing the Arrow? changing role of spatial planners and their Theory Transfer and Theory-building / Bibliography / Index professional requirements, and in this 2014 • 180 pages • Hardback (9788132116608) • ` 675.00 sense is a complete guide for those working in the spatial planning field or aspiring to get into the profession. CONTENTS Preface / I: THE PROFESSION AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS / The Profession, Roles, Responsibilities and Ethics / II: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES / Professional Practice in the Public Sector / Initiation of the Private Sector in Spatial Planning Process / Professional Practice in the Private Sector / Professional Practice in the Joint Sector / International Urban Planning Practice under WTO-Gats / III: PROFESSIONAL FEE AND PREPARATION OF CONSULTANCY PROPOSALS / Scale of Professional Fees and Charges / Preparation of Consultancy Proposals / IV: LEGAL SUPPORT / Agreements and Contracts / V: ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF OFFICE / Organising and Establishing Office / Personnel Management and Performance Appraisal / Annexes / Bibliography / Index 2012 • 328 pages • Paperback (9788132106975) • ` 995.00

64A Research Methods & Methodology

SYSTEMATICSYSTEMAT AN INTRODUCTION INTRO TO APPROACHES TO SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS A SUCCESSFUL Second Edition Edited by David Gough, Sandy Oliver LITERATURE REVIEW and James Thomas all at University Second Edition of London Andrew Booth University of Focused on actively using systematic Sheffield, Anthea Sutton and review as method, this book provides Diana Papaioannou clear, step-by-step advice on the logic and processes of systematic reviewing and Taking readers step-by-step through the process of approaching their covers the full breadth of approaches from statistical meta-analysis to literature review in a structured and organized way, this book applies meta-ethnography. Stressing the importance of rigour and accuracy systematic principles to a wide range of literature review types. The throughout, the book enables students to conduct strategic reviews with authors introduce the different review types and help readers to choose the same level of quality expected of any method of primary research. which approach is right for their research. Through numerous examples, The new edition includes: case studies and exercises, the book covers often-neglected areas of • a new chapter on statistical methods literature review such as concept analysis, scoping and mapping. • coverage of computer-assisted methods The latest edition includes practical tools for supporting the various • expanded sections on data extraction and management stages of the review process, including; • more on strategic approaches to theory and data for • managing a literature review answering questions. • choosing a literature review method With interdisciplinary examples and a full range of data types, this new • searching the literature edition will be a broad and deep introduction to systematic reviewing • assessing the quality of the literature for any student. • synthesizing qualitative and quantitative data CONTENTS • writing up and presenting data. Introducing Systematic Reviews / Stakeholder Perspectives and Participation in Reviews CONTENTS / Commonality and Diversity in Reviews / Getting Started with a Review / Finding Relevant Getting Started on Your Literature Review / Taking a Systematic Approach to Your Studies / Describing and Analyzing Studies / Review Management through Information Literature Review / Choosing Your Review Methods / Planning Your Literature Review Technology / Synthesis Part I: Methodological Foundations and Systematic Narrative / Defining Your Scope / Searching the Literature / Assessing the Evidence Base / Methods / Synthesis Part II: Statistical Methods / Quality and Relevance Appraisal / Synthesizing and Analyzing Quantitative Studies / Synthesizing and Analyzing Qualitative Using Research Findings Studies / Writing, Presenting and Disseminating Your Review 2016 • 360 pages 2016 • 336 pages Hardback (9781473929425) • £85.00 Hardback (9781473912458) • £75.00 Paperback (9781473929432) • £28.99 Paperback (9781473912465) • £26.99

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RESEARCHING UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL LIFE SOCIAL WORLD Fourth Edition Research Methods for the 21st Century Edited by Nigel Gilbert and Paul Stoneman Department of Sociology, Russell K Schutt University of Surrey University of Massachusetts, Boston Paul Stoneman and Nigel Gilbert breathe new This book focuses squarely on the research energy into this classic bestselling textbook requirements of a social world shaped by providing clear, relevant advice and extensive big data and social media, Instagram and coverage of all the research methods you avatars, blogs and tweets; and it confronts need to understand today's society. the research difficulties created by mobile phones, privacy concerns, linguistic diversity and multicultural neighbourhoods. The book is Packed full of examples from across the social sciences, Researching fast-paced and visually sleek, taking students across disciplinary Social Life sets out all of the challenges and opportunities of and national boundaries and transcending past research issues by interpreting and conducting research with qualitative, quantitative and emphasizing mixed methods, concern for human subjects and mixed methods. application of results. The book follows the chronology of a typical research project, from initial conception through to the collection, management and analysis of data; CONTENTS it also includes material on how best to write up and disseminate your Part I: Foundations for Social Research / Science, Society, and Social Research / The research. This pragmatic approach mirrors the reality of conducting Process and Problems of Social Research / Research Ethics / Part II: Fundamentals of research and allows the handpicked, internationally renowned Social Research / Conceptualization and Measurement / Sampling and Generalizability contributors to embed real case studies from their own research in / Causation and Experimental Design / Part III: Basic Social Research Designs / Survey Research / Qualitative Methods / Unobtrusive Methods / Evaluation and Mixed-Methods each chapter. Research / Part IV: Analysis and Reporting of Social Research / Quantitative Data Analysis The student-orientated pedagogy is carefully woven throughout the book / Qualitative Data Analysis / Summarizing and Reporting Research / Appendix A: Questions and further supported by a cutting-edge website. Key tools include: to Ask About a Research Article / Appendix B: How to Read a Research Article • in-depth worked examples 2016 • 280 pages • case studies Paperback (9781506306018) • $80.00 • discussion questions • checklists • annotated further reading • practical top tips for doing research. With unparalleled breadth and depth, this trusted and respected textbook COVERT RESEARCH is an essential guide for anyone engaging with social research. The Art, Politics and Ethics of CONTENTS Undercover Research Part I: Foundations and First Steps / Conceptualizing Social Life / Research, Theory and David Calvey Method / Formulating and Refining a Research Question / Conducting Systematic Reviews Manchester Metropolitan University in the Social Sciences / Part II: Choosing Your Research Strategy / Quantitative Research / Grounded Theory and Inductive Research / Mixed Methods / Participatory Approaches There is a both a fear and fascination with to Social Research / Evaluation Research / International Comparative Research / The undercover research in the social sciences. Ethics of Social Research / Part III: Collecting Data / Designing and Collecting Survey It is an emotive and controversial field which Samples / Questionnaire Design / Measuring Attitudes / Qualitative Interviewing / Focus is equated with deception and transgression Groups / Ethnography / The Internet and Research Methods / Part IV: Analyzing Data in an era of increasing ethical regimentation. / Coding and Managing Data / Analyzing Survey Data / Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS) / Thematic Analysis / Narrative Analysis / Applying Conversation This book explores the roots of covert Analysis and Membership Categorization Analysis to Qualitative Data / Analyzing Visual research, including the classic exemplars, as well as examining Materials / Digital Social Research / Part V: Writing about Social Research and its Impact its contemporary dispersed place in the social sciences. Recent / Writing about Social Research / The Impact of Social Research developments and links to auto-ethnography, cyber-lurking and 2015 • 624 pages investigative journalism are explored. Hardback (9781446295441) • £90.00 David Calvey uses a diverse variety of case study materials, including Paperback (9781446295458) • £32.99 his work on bouncers in the night-time economy. He argues that covert research has a creative and robust tradition and role in the social community rather than a maligned and submerged one, and that covert research needs to be rehabilitated and appropriately used. Covert research should ultimately become part of the critical imagination and methodological toolkit for social science students. CONTENTS Roots of Covert Research - Historical / Classic Exemplars - Goffman, Humphreys, Milgram and Rosenhan / The Covert Diaspora: A Submerged Tradition / Bouncers in the Night-Time Economy - Biographical Case Study / Debates about Covert Research: Ethics and Informed Consent / Renaissance: Auto Ethnography, Cyber Lurking and Investigative Journalism

2017 • 240 pages Hardback (9781849203838) • £75.00 Paperback (9781849203845) • £24.99

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KEY CONCEPTS IN THE DOING FIELDWORK PHILOSOPHY OF Christopher Pole University of Brighton and Sam Hillyard Durham University SOCIAL RESEARCH This is a book about doing research. Not research in general, but a specific kind of Malcolm Williams University of Cardiff research which is as much about the role of the researcher as it is about the focus of We need researchers who are philosophically the research. The intention is to provide an informed rather than philosophically open and frank account of what it is like to do obsessed or philosophically oppressed. research: where you, the researcher, are the With this book, Malcolm Williams strikes reason why it will succeed or fail; where you the exact balance are the main influence on what the research will discover and; how it will be received and evaluated by those who read - Ray Pawson, Emeritus Professor, or use its findings. This book is about research that is based on fieldwork. University of Leeds Fieldwork is about getting out there, wherever 'there' is, and becoming part of what is going on. Christopher Pole and Sam Hillyard explore what This book is an ideal introduction for any student or social researcher doing fieldwork entails and what kinds of knowledge and understanding hoping to better understand the philosophical issues that inform it can lead to. They talk about the excitement of research, the challenges social research. Williams is the perfect guide providing short, focused and frustrations, the rewards, the tedium and the sheer hard slog that all introductions to key concepts alongside an engaging overview of how research projects involve in different proportions, at one time or another. we interpret and conduct research. This is not 'how to do it', but more 'how it has been done and what it's The book covers everything from core research methods, to ethical actually like to do it'. It will be an illuminating read for students undertaking concerns and an exploration of the metaphysics of social life, with each dissertations and research projects across the social sciences. entry providing: CONTENTS • clear definitions What is Fieldwork? / Finding the Field / Field Relations / Tools For the Field / Fieldwork: • real-world examples Values and Ethics / When It's Time to Go / Analysis • suggestions for further reading 2012 • 184 pages • informative cross-referencing Hardback (9780761959632) • £75.00 • lists of key thinkers. Paperback (9780761959649) • £24.99 CONTENTS Causality / Complexity / Contingency and Necessity / Empiricism / Epistemology / Ethics and Morality / Experiments / Explanation / Falsification / Feminism / Functionalism / Generalization and Laws / Hypothesis(es) / Idealism / Individualism and Holism / Induction / Interpretation and Meaning / Language / Logic and Truth / Materialism / Mechanisms and AN INTRODUCTION TO EVALUATION Models / Objectivity-Subjectivity / Observation / Ontology / Positivism / Postmodernism / Pragmatism / Probability / Rationality / Realism / Relativism / Social Construction / Chris Fox, Robert Grimm both at Manchester Metropolitan Statistics / Theory / Time University and Rute Caldeira Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and SAGE KEY CONCEPTS SERIES Learning at Transparency International 2016 • 240 pages Both practical and theoretical in approach, this book is the perfect Hardback (9780857027412) • £65.00 companion for any student undertaking their own evaluations or Paperback (9780857027429) • £20.99 appraising existing evaluations. It describes broad evaluation frameworks, specific methods that can be used, and offers practical advice for planning and implementing evaluations while also instilling an ability to assess evaluation evidence critically and consider the ways in which this evidence could influence policy and practice. WORKPLACE RESEARCH Specific topics include how to: Conducting small-scale research • Choose an approach to evaluation in organizations • Plan, design, and conduct evaluations • Approach evaluations using theories of change Zina O'Leary and Jennifer S Hunt both at University of Sydney • Differentiate between process, impact, and economic evaluations • Understand the role of quantitative and qualitative methods in data Identifying and addressing all of the collection challenges and opportunities posed when doing small-scale applied workplace-based • Use systematic reviews and other tools to assess and disseminate research, this practical and applied guide evaluation findings. provides readers with all they need to 2016 • 264 pages be able to deliver successful, impactful Hardback (9781473902862) • £85.00 research projects. Paperback (9781473902879) • £28.99 2016 • 280 pages Hardback (9781473913202) • £75.00 Paperback (9781473913219) • £24.99

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QUALITATIVEQUALITAT RESEARCH THE HOW TO OF Fourth Edition QUALITATIVE RESEARCH Edited by David Silverman Professor Janice D Aurini University of Waterloo, Emeritus, Goldsmiths, University Melanie Heath McMaster University and of London Stephanie Howells University of Guelph A who's who of methodologists, this book Focused on showing researchers how to introduces students to the big picture of design a high-quality project and use data qualitative research, teaching both the 'why' collection instruments, this book offers a and the 'how to' of getting started, selecting step-by-step approach to the 'what', 'why' a method and conducting research and data and 'how' of qualitative research. analysis. With practical tips, summaries, With clear instructions for developing a exercises and suggestions for further reading, each chapter is like a research design and complementary research tools, this book is not masterclass from a leading scholar in qualitative research. about describing or theorizing qualitative methods, but how researchers New to the Fourth Edition: actually create and execute these methods. Helping students conquer • a streamlined structure to guide readers step by step through the the practical issues many novice researchers face, the book provides research process them with the tools they need to answer critical questions such as: • substantial new section with four chapters on how to collect and • what are some ways to sample potential participants? analyze online data • how do I construct an interview schedule? • a new chapter on reflexive ethnography • should I be thinking of a single case study or a comparative study? • more hands-on advice on how to conduct research at every stage, • what and how should I record in the field? making this a perfect field handbook • what other sources of data should I consider? • updated reading lists that provide a go-to guide to the literature and help improve citations. CONTENTS The most comprehensive qualitative research book available, this is the Introduction: Why Write 'Another' Qualitative Methods Book? / From Research Conceptualization to Research Questions: Getting Started and Advancing Ongoing perfect all-in-one companion for any student embarking on a qualitative Projects / Designing Qualitative Projects: 'Selecting the Right Tools for the Right Job' research course or project. / The How-To of Interviewing: Making What People Say Matter / The How-To of Focus Group Interviewing / The How-To of Field Research / The How-To of Unobtrusive Methods: CONTENTS The Beauty of Social, Physical and Visual Artifacts / The How-To of Data Analysis: The Introducing Qualitative Research / Addressing Social Problems through Qualitative Beginners Guide to Coding / The How-To of Writing Up Qualitative Research Projects Research / Ethics and Qualitative Research / The 'Inside' and the 'Outside': Finding Realities in Interviews / Animating Interview Narratives / Analyzing Focus Group Data 2016 • 256 pages / Ethnography / Organizational Ethnography / Practising Reflexivity in Ethnography Hardback (9781446267080) • £85.00 / Analyzing Documents through Fieldwork / Using Documents in Social Research / Paperback (9781446267097) • £28.99 Discursive Psychology and the Study of Naturally Occurring Talk / Conversation Analysis: Practices and Methods / Conceptualizing Internet Research / Online Interviews / Using CA and DA on Internet Data / Using CDA on Internet Data / Conceptualizing Visual Data / Video and the Analysis of Social Interaction / Some Pragmatics of Qualitative Data Analysis / Constructing Grounded Theory Analyses / What's Different about Narrative Inquiry? Cases, Categories and Contexts / Systematic Reviews and Qualitative Methods / DOINGDOING & WRITINGW Secondary Analysis of Qualitative Data / Validity in Research / The Three Faces of Writing Qualitative Research: Practice, Genre, and Audience QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 2016 • 480 pages Hardback (9781473916562) • £90.00 Third Edition Paperback (9781473916579) • £31.99 Adrian Holliday Canterbury Christ Church University Approachable and logically structured, this new edition expertly sets out the many roles of writing in research. From the more theoretical subjects (research strategies, data types and writing styles) to the nitty gritty practicalities (conventions, taking notes and writing questions), each chapter covers See the full listing of all our many common concerns writers face when attempting to transform complex data and real-world research experiences into textual products. Sociology titles online With fully updated examples and case studies as well as a strong focus on using less traditional forms of data like photographs, personal narrative, at www.sagepub.in and creative non-fiction, this Third Edition introduces students to modern opportunities in data collection and sourcing that adds depth to their research. CONTENTS Approaching Qualitative Research / Starting Out / Showing the Workings / What Counts as Data / Writing about Data / Writing Voice / Writing about Relations / Making Appropriate Claims

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INTERVIEWSINTERVIEW IN ANALYSING TEXT AND DISCOURSE QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Second Edition Göran Bergström and Kristina Boréus both at Stockholm University Nigel King University of Huddersfield and Christine Horrocks Manchester A unique anthology of the key methodological approaches to text and Metropolitan University discourse analysis, this book helps all social science students compare and contrast the methodologies and determine the one most appropriate Helping readers to get the data they want for their own works. from their interviews, this book provides clear Every chapter contains not just the basic information and general guidance regarding technique, gives top approach to each methodology, but also discusses its advantages tips from real-world case studies and shares and disadvantages, problems with ontology and language, and the achievable checklists and interview plans. relationship to studying social phenomenon. Each chapter also includes a Whether doing interviews in their own research or just using other step-by-step demonstration of how the method works through real-world researchers' data, this book will tell readers everything they need to know examples from existing studies and contemporary research. To ensure about designing, planning, conducting and analyzing quality interviews. students internalize the 'who-what-when-where-and-why' of each It explains how to: approach, the chapters conclude with provocative summaries, exercises • construct ethical research designs and suggested further readings. • record and manage data CONTENTS • transcribe notes Text and Discourse Analysis in the Social Sciences / Content Analysis / Argumentation • analyze findings Analysis / Analysis of Ideas and Ideology / Conceptual History / Narrative Analysis / Linguistic Text Analysis / Multimodal Discourse Analysis / Discourse Analysis • disseminate conclusions. With its clear, jargon-free terminology and its coverage of practical, 2017 • 336 pages theoretical and philosophical issues grounded in examples from Hardback (9781473913745) • £75.00 real interviews, this is the ideal guide for new and experienced Paperback (9781473913752) • £26.99 researchers alike. CONTENTS Philosophical Assumptions / Designing an Interview Study / Ethics in Qualitative Interviewing / Carrying out Qualitative Interviews / Group Interviews / Remote Interviewing / Reflexivity and Qualitative Interviewing / An Introduction to Interview Data Analysis ANALYZING TALK IN THE / Interviews in Phenomenological Research / Interviews and Narrative / Writing and Disseminating Interview Data SOCIAL SCIENCES 2017 • 296 pages Narrative, Conversation and Hardback (9781446274965) • £75.00 Discourse Strategies Paperback (9781446274972) • £26.99 Katherine Bischoping and Amber Gazso both at York University This book is an absolute treat. Its engaging style, its comprehensive EPISTEMOLOGY AND content, its clear logic, its brilliant use of examples and, above all, its enormous METAPHYSICS FOR value to qualitative researchers of all stripes add up to me wishing it had been available years ago! QUALITATIVE RESEARCH - Jo Brewis, School of Management, Tomas Pernecky University of Leicester Auckland University of Technology Challenging current modes of thinking, and The book will help you choose strategies for qualitative analysis that covering areas not usually found in qualitative best suit your research. It walks you through key decisions, provides research texts such as social reality/ontology actionable game plans and highlights the advantages and challenges and quantum reality/mechanics, this book of the main approaches. It is packed full of real examples designed to helps readers to choose and defend their showcase the different tools you might use to meet your own objectives. research methods and to take their work beyond standard perspectives. 2015 • 240 pages Hardback (9781446272480) • £75.00 CONTENTS Paperback (9781446272497) • £26.99 PART I: QUALITATIVE INQUIRY AND PHILOSOPHY / Introduction: Situating Metaphysics and Epistemology in Qualitative Research / PART II: KEY EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND METAPHYSICAL PROBLEMS / In Search of Truths: Empiricism Versus Rationalism / Scepticism, Idea-ism and Idealism / German Idealism, Phenomenology, and Hermeneutics / Realism, its Varieties and Contenders / PART III: INTANGIBLE REALITIES / Social Ontology / Quantum Reality: Contemporary Views of the Things-in-Themselves / Part IV: Philosophy in Qualitative Research / Conclusions: On Academic Creativity and Philosophical and Methodological Freedom

2016 • 248 pages Hardback (9781446282380) • £85.00 Paperback (9781446282397) • £28.99

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VISUAL METHODOLOGIES M THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF An Introduction to Researching SURVEY METHODOLOGY with Visual Materials Edited by Christof Wolf GESIS - Leibniz Fourth Edition Institute for the Social Sciences, Dominique Joye University of Lausanne, Gillian Rose The Open University Tom W Smith University of Chicago and Visual Methodologies is an indispensable Yang-chih Fu Academia Sinica resource for anyone working with visual The environment for conducting surveys materials. It offers practical guidance and has changed substantially in the last expert theoretical orientation on how to several decades. New approaches to approach, think about, and interpret visual data collection and data dissemination culture, ranging from archival photography and documentary are required, but the approaches must be adapted depending film to websites and social media. An important aspect of this on country and culture. This Sage handbook is an up-to-date book is the attention paid to audiences and viewing publics, reference that covers virtually all steps in the survey life cycle. It as well as to the ethical demands of visual research. In this contains methodological topics like survey modes, surveying in new edition, Gillian Rose brings the book fully up to date with multicultural and cross-cultural contexts, questionnaire design contemporary developments in media arts and digital culture, and pretesting, and responsive design, along with statistical and explores the new possibilities for visual research made topics like sampling, weighting, analysis of complex surveys, possible by developments in software and data analytics. and record linkage. Coverage of distinctive areas, like ethical - Christoph Lindner, Professor of Media and issues, surveys in conflict areas, question translation, and Culture, University of Amsterdam harmonization of questions across cultures, also set this book apart from others. Now in its Fourth Edition, Visual Methodologies is a bestselling critical - Richard Valliant, Research Professor, guide to the study and analysis of visual culture. Existing chapters have been Universities of Michigan and Maryland USA fully updated to offer a rigorous examination and demonstration of an individual methodology in a clear and structured style. Reflecting changes in the way society consumes and creates its visual content, new features include: Survey Methodology is becoming a more structured field of research, deserving of more and more academic attention. The SAGE Handbook • brand new chapters dealing with social media platforms, the of Survey Methodology explores both the increasingly scientific development of digital methods and the modern circulation and endeavour of surveys and their growing complexity, as different data audiencing of research images collection modes and information sources are combined. • more 'Focus' features covering interactive documentaries, digital The handbook takes a global approach, with a team of international storytelling and participant mapping experts looking at local and national specificities, as well as problems of • a companion website featuring links to useful further resources relating cross-national, comparative survey research. The chapters are organized to each chapter. into seven major sections, each of which represents a stage in the survey Now a classic text, Visual Methodologies appeals to undergraduates, life-cycle: graduates, researchers and academics across the social sciences and • Surveys and Societies • Data Collection humanities who are looking to get to grips with the complex debates and ideas in visual analysis and interpretation. • Planning a Survey • Preparing Data for Use • Measurement • Assessing and Improving CONTENTS • Sampling Data Quality. Researching with Visual Materials: A Brief Survey / Towards a Critical Visual Methodology The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology is a landmark and / How to Use this Book / 'The Good Eye': Looking at Pictures Using Compositional essential tool for any scholar within the social sciences. Interpretation / Content Analysis and Cultural Analytics: Finding Patterns in What You See / Semiology: Laying Bare the Prejudices Beneath the Smooth Surface of the Visible CONTENTS / Psychoanalysis: Visual Culture, Visual Pleasure, Visual Disruption / Discourse Analysis Part I: Basic Principles / Survey Standards / Total Survey Error: A Paradigm For Survey I: Text, Intertextuality and Context / Discourse Analysis II: Institutions and Ways of Methodology / Challenges of Comparative Survey Research / Part II: Surveys and Societies Seeing / To Audience Studies and Beyond: Ethnographies of Audiences, Fans and Users / Surveys and Society / Defining and Assessing Survey Climate / Ethical Issues of Survey / Digital Methods: Digital Images, Digitally Analyzed / Making Images as Research Data: and Market Research / Observations on the Historical Development of Polling / Part III: Photo-documentation and Photo-elicitation / Using Images to Disseminate Research Planning a Survey / Research Question and Designs for Survey Research / Total Survey Error Findings: The Circulation and Audiencing / Research Ethics and Visual Materials / Visual Paradigm in Practice / Survey Mode or Survey Modes? / Surveying in Multi-Cultural and Multi- Methodologies: A Review National Contexts / Surveys in Societies in Turmoil / Part IV: Measurement / The Meaning of Measurement in a Survey Context / Cognitive Models of Answering Processes / Designing 2016 • 456 pages Questions and Questionnaires / Creating a Good Question: How To Use Cumulative Experience / Designing a Mixed-Mode Survey / Translation Measurement Instruments for Cross-Cultural Hardback (9781473948891) • £90.00 Surveys / When Translation Does Not Help: Background Variables in Comparative Surveys / Part Paperback (9781473948907) • £32.99 V: Sampling / Basics of Sampling for Survey Research / Nonprobability Sampling / Challenges of Sampling for Comparative Surveys / Part VI: Data Collection / Questionnaire Pretesting / Survey Fieldwork / Responsive and Adaptive Designs / Unit Nonresponse / Incentives as a Possible Measure to Increase Response Rates / Part VII: Preparing Data for Use / Documenting Surveys Across the Data Life Cycle / Weighting: Principles and Practicalities / Analysis of Data from Stratified and Clustered Surveys / Anonymization and Analytical Potential: Finding the Optimal Balance / Harmonizing Questions and Data in Comparative Surveys / Part VIII: Assessing and Improving Data Quality / Survey Data Quality and Measurement Precision / Nonresponse Error: Detection and Correction / Response Styles in Surveys: Understanding Their Causes and Mitigating their Impact / Dealing with Missing Values / A Fresh Look at Survey Data Quality / Assessment of Cross-Cultural Comparability / Part IX: Further Issues / Data Preservation, Secondary Analysis, Replication: Learning from Existing Data / Record Linkage / Supplementing Cross-National Surveys with Contextual Data / Globalization of Surveys

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24 Social Theory

CRITICAL SOCIAL THEORY CLASSICAL AND Craig Browne University of Sydney CONTEMPORARY An accomplished, sophisticated and up-to-date account of the state of critical SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY social theory today. Text and Readings Craig Browne explores the key concepts in critical theory (like critique, ideology, Third Edition and alienation), and crucially, goes on Scott Appelrouth and to relate them to major contemporary Laura Desfor Edles both at California developments such as globalization, State University, Northridge social conflict and neo-liberal capitalism. It shows why there is a need to rethink these Classical and Contemporary Sociological categories, while clarifying the basic meaning and purpose that they Theory, Third Edition is a text/reader that introduces students to have held in critical theory. the ideas and writings of key theorists from sociology's 19th century Critical theory here is not solely the work of Adorno, Horkheimer, founders through the present. Authors Scott Appelrouth and Laura Marcuse and Habermas. The book begins with the Frankfurt School Desfor Edles combine original texts, edited for classroom use, with but uses this as a base to then explore more contemporary figures extensive framing discussions that provide crucial biographical, such as Nancy Fraser, Axel Honneth, Luc Boltanski, Cornelius historical and theoretical context for readings. Castoriadis, Ulrich Beck, Anthony Giddens, Pierre Bourdieu and The book also provides an overarching scaffolding that students can Hannah Arendt. At all times, Craig Browne is distinctive in his use to examine, compare, and contrast each theorist's major themes application and revision of categories derived from their work. and concepts. This unique format, combined with frequent use of A survey of critical social theory for our times, this is an essential photos, tables, and diagrams, makes Classical and Contemporary guide for researchers and post-graduate students wishing to grasp Sociological Theory a lively, engaging, and student-friendly a critical understanding of social theory in the modern world. introduction to the world of theory. 2016 • 216 pages CONTENTS Hardback (9781446246924) • £85.00 Part I: Foundations of Classical Sociological Theory / Karl Marx (1818-1883) Paperback (9781446246931) • £28.99 / Émile Durkheim (1858–1917) / Max Weber (1864-1920) / Part II: Classical Sociological Theory: Expanding the Foundation / Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860–1935) / Georg Simmel (1858-1918) / W.E.B Du Bois (1868-1963) / George Herbert Mead (1863-1931) / Part III: Twentieth-Century Sociological Traditions / Structural Functionalism / Critical Theory / Exchange and Rational Choice Theories / Symbolic Interactionism and Dramaturgy / Phenomenology / SOCIOLOGY AND THE NEW MATERIALISM Poststructuralism / Postmodernism / The Global Society 2016 • 896 pages Theory, Research, Action Paperback (9781452203621) • $117.00 Nick J Fox University of Sheffield and Pam Alldred Brunel University The first book of its kind, Sociology and the New Materialism explores the many and varied applications of 'new materialism', a key emerging trend in 21st century thought, to the practice of doing THE SOCIOLOGY OF THE INDIVIDUAL sociology. Athanasia Chalari Offering a clear exposition of new materialist theory and using Univeristy of Northampton sociological examples throughout to enable the reader to develop a materialist sociological understanding, the book: What it socialization? What is interaction? What do we mean by identity? • outlines the fundamental precepts of new materialism The Sociology of the Individual is an innovative and thought- • explores how materialism provides new perspectives on the range provoking sociological exploration of how the ideas of self and of sociological topic areas society relate. Expertly combining conceptual depth with clarity of • explains how materialist approaches can be used to research style, Athanasia Chalari: sociological issues and also to engage with social issues. • explains the key sociological and psychological theories related Sociology and the New Materialism is a clear and authoritative to the investigation of the social and the personal one-stop guide for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in sociology, cultural studies, social policy and related disciplines. • analyzes the ways both sociology and psychology can contribute to a more complete understanding and theorizing of everyday life 2016 • 240 pages • uses a mix of international cases and everyday examples to Hardback (9781473942219) • £75.00 encourage critical reflection. Paperback (9781473942226) • £26.99 The Sociology of the Individual is an invaluable read for upper-level undergraduates or postgraduates striving for a deeper and more sophisticated understanding of the connection between the social world and the inner life of the individual. CONTENTS Interaction / Symbolic Interaction / Socialization / Identity / The Self / Conscious/ Unconscious / Agency and Inner Life / Interpersonal & Intrapersonal Communication / Reflexivity / Social Change / Conclusion 2016 • 208 pages Hardback (9781446272022) • £70.00 Paperback (9781446272046) • £25.99

25 Social Theory

THE PRESENTATION OF SELF IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL LIFE David Shulman Lafayette College The Presentation of Self in Contemporary Social Life covers the popular theories of Erving Goffman, and shows modern applications of dramaturgical analysis in a wide range of social contexts. David Shulman’s innovative new text demonstrates how Goffman’s ideas, first introduced in 1959, continue to inspire research into how we manage the impressions that others form about us. He synthesizes the work of contemporary scholars who use dramaturgical approaches from several disciplines, who recognize that many values, social norms, and laws have changed since Goffman’s time, and that contemporary society offers significant new forms of impression management that we can engage in and experience. After a general introduction to dramaturgical sociology, readers will see many examples of how Goffman’s ideas can provide powerful insights into familiar aspects of contemporary life, including business and the workplace, popular culture, the entertainment industry, and the digital world. 2016 • 312 pages Paperback (9781483319438) • $58.00

THE POSTEMOTIONAL BULLY Stjepan Mestrovic Texas A&M University The topics of bullying and hazing have sparked interest and discussion in recent years. Hazing is a crime in the United States, and Western nations have made efforts to stamp out bullying in schools, the workplace, and institutions. However, SOCIOLOGYSOCIOLOGYYF FFOROR OOPTIMISTSPTIMISTS for the most part, bullying and hazing are ill- defined and lack theoretical perspective. Mestrovic brings classical Mary Holmes University of Edinburgh as well as contemporary social theory to bear on this discussion. Breaking away from the idea that sociology only ever elaborates the Thorstein Veblen defined the predatory barbarian as the social type, negative, Sociology for Optimists shows that sociology can provide enshrined by modernity, who prefers to use force over peacable hope in dealing with social issues through critical approaches that means to achieve ends. On the other extreme, Marcel Mauss wrote acknowledge the positive. about the spirit of the gift and its obligations - to give, to receive, From politics and morality to nature and faith, Mary Holmes shows and to reciprocate - as the fundamental basis of social life. Yet, how a critical and optimistic sociology can help us think about and he argued that the spirit of modernity was disappearing with the understand human experience not just in terms of social problems, progress of modernity. but in terms of a human capacity to respond to those problems and Mestrovic traces this fundamental opposition between barbaric strive for social change. force or bullying versus benign obligation that is the spirit of the gift through a host of modernist and postmodernist thinkers and CONTENTS theories. He introduces the concept of the 'postemotional bully' as Change / Enjoyment / Freedom / Goodness / Equality / Relationships / Nature an alternative to both of these major bodies of social theory. The / Enchantment / Optimism postemotional bully, as a social type, is fungible, beset by screen- 2016 • 176 pages images on media and social media that are isolating, and is at the Hardback (9781446268674) • £65.00 mercy of the peer-group. Paperback (9781446268681) • £21.99 SAGE SWIFTS 2015 • 136 pages Hardback (9781473907805) • £45.00

26 Sport, Leisure & Tourism

SPORT SOCIOLOGY SO WHEN SPORT MEETS BUSINESS Third Edition A Student Text Peter Craig University of Bedfordshire Edited by Ulrik Wagner University of Southern Denmark, Rasmus K Storm Danish Institute for Sport Studies and Klaus Nielsen Any study of sport is incomplete without Birkbeck, University of London consideration of its social function and structures, its economic impacts both This interdisciplinary text provides broad coverage of the social, locally and globally, and its political political, economic and environmental impacts that occur 'when dimension – particularly when used by sport meets business', exploring topics like corruption and match nations for competitive gain. fixing, rights deals, merchandise, events, sponsorship, and the role Sport Sociology provides a comprehensive of social media. overview for any student taking a course 2016 • 256 pages on the subject at college or university, including both established Hardback (9781473948044) • £100.00 and emergent themes, from issues around power, diversity and Paperback (9781473948051) • £33.99 consumerism through to newer topics such as the digital environment and climate change - both now covered in new individual chapters. Other chapters have been fully revised to include up-to-date literature and case studies, as well as new key terms and reflective tasks. A new 'Key Thinker' box feature included in each chapter introduces readers to an esteemed theorist relevant for the chapter topic, to FOOD AND help link theoretical concepts to practice and offer up suggestive DRINK TOURISM research directions for student assessment. Principles and Practice CONTENTS Part I: Background to Sport Sociology / Introduction to Sport Sociology Sally Everett Bedfordshire University / Sport and Modernity / Part II: Foundational Themes in the Sociology of Sport / Sport's Organization and Governance / Sport, Physical Education Many of us like to eat and drink when and Socialization / Class and Gender Differentiation in Sport / Sport Diversity we travel abroad, visit places and attend and Community / Part III: Postmodern Themes in Sport Sociology / Sport events, and so it is unsurprising that and the Body / Sport and Consumer Society / Sport and the Media / Sport food and drink has emerged as a key in a Global World / Part IV: Emergent Themes in Sport Sociology / Sport in a driver of tourism and tourism growth in Digital Age / Sport Climate Change and Sustainability recent years. ACTIVE LEARNING IN SPORT SERIES 2016 • 384 pages Provides a state-of-the-art overview of relevant inter- Hardback (9781473919471) • £85.00 relationships... warmly recommended to anyone working in Paperback (9781473919488) • £29.99 this emerging field - Professor Stefan Gössling, Lund University, Sweden

Specifically designed for students, whilst also being research- informed, this brand new title provides you with everything you need THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF for success on your relevant food and drink course at college or university. From food trucks to gourmet trails, the text uncovers the SPORT MANAGEMENT full gambit of food and drink experiences through theory, activities, Edited by Russell Hoye La Trobe case studies, summaries and critical reflection. It can be used by University and Milena Parent University students studying tourism, hospitality, events, sociology, marketing, of Ottawa business and cultural studies. The handbook, edited by two of the CONTENTS most well-regarded figures in the field, is Introduction (An Appetizer) / Part I: The Growth and Development of Food comprehensive and truly global. It draws and Drink Tourism / What is Food and Drink Tourism? / A History of Culinary Exploration and Food Tourism / Identity Development and the Cultural together, into one volume, the current Dimensions of Food and Drink / Niche Tourism and the Growth of Food- research on the major topics relevant to Inspired Travel / The Globalization and Localization of Food and Drink / the field of sports management, including Food, Tourism and Agricultural Policy / Wine Tourism and the Development leadership, gender, diversity, development, policy, tourism and media. of 'Winescapes' / Part II: The Promotion and Branding of Food and Drink With chapters written by leading sport management academics from Tourism / Marketing and Branding Food and Drink Tourism / The Role of Media around the world, the handbook is divided into three sections, that and Social Media in Promoting Food and Drink Tourism / Managing Food look at: Tourism: On-Site Marketing and Interpretation / Food Assurance Schemes, Organizations and Initiatives / Part III: Food and Drink Attractions and Events • sport management fundamentals and key concepts / The Transformation of Place Through Food and Drink / Food and Drink • sport management challenges and issues Festivals, Events and Markets / Food and Drink-Inspired Events: The Weird • sport management futures. and Wonderful / Following Food and Drink: Tours, Trails and Routes / Food and Drink Visitor Attractions / Beverage Tourism: Drinking to Experience People 2016 • 576 pages and Place / The Role of Food and Drink Tourism in Sustainable Development Hardback (9781473902435) • £120.00 / When Consumers Become Producers / The Food and Drink Tourism Supply Chain / Local Food and Drink in the Hospitality Industry / The Future of Food and Drink Tourism? 2016 • 464 pages Hardback (9781446267721) • £85.00 Paperback (9781446267738) • £29.99

27 Work & Organizations

THE SAGE HANDBOOK AAVERYSH VERY SHORT, FAIRLY OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF INTERESTING AND WORK AND EMPLOYMENT REASONABLY CHEAP Edited by Stephen Edgell University BOOK ABOUT STUDYING of Salford, Heidi Gottfried Wayne State University and Edward Granter ORGANIZATIONS Manchester University Fourth Edition An authoritative, engaging and extremely timely collection. From Chris Grey Royal Holloway, University global trends in paid and unpaid of London employment to the impacts on individuals and communities, A highly entertaining polemic...This slim volume more than the Handbook makes a powerful case for the centrality lives up to its title of work to both society and sociology. Across a range of themes, debates and topics, we are confronted with the - Stefan Stern, Financial Times social realities of today’s working lives and compellingly The most valuable management book I have ever read reminded of the importance of the sociological imagination. - Debora Campbell, —Alan Irwin, Professor of Organization, Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine Copenhagen Business School Indispensible and subversive The handbook is a landmark collection of original contributions by leading specialists from around the world. Written in an accessible - Simon Caulkin, The Observer style with a helpful introduction, the retrospective and prospective Conceived by Chris Grey, SAGE's 'A Very Short, Fairly Interesting nature of this volume will be an essential resource for students, and Reasonably Cheap Book About' series shies away from the teachers and policy-makers across a range of fields, from business sterility of conventional textbooks, offering students an informal and management, to sociology and organization studies. and accessible overview of the field that questions and challenges The coverage is both comprehensive and comparative (in terms of the traditional literature. time and space) with each chapter providing a critical review of the literature combined with thoughts on the direction of research. The CONTENTS book is structured around six core themes: Introduction: Why Studying Organizations Matters to Me / Bureaucracy and • historical context and social divisions Scientific Management / Human Relations Theory and People Management / Organizational Culture and Self-Management / Post-Bureaucracy and • the experience of work Change Management / The New Capitalism and the End of Management? / • the organization of work Conclusion: Why Should Studying Organizations Matter to You • nonstandard work and employment 2016 • 224pages • work and life beyond employment Hardback (9781473953451) • £50.00 • globalization and the future of work. Paperback (9781473953468) • £15.99 CONTENTS Introduction: Studies of Work and Employment at the Global Frontier / Part I: Historical Context and Social Divisions / The Disciplinary Career of the Sociology of Work / Work and Social Theory / Class and Work / Gender and Work / Race, Racialization and Work / Part II: The Experience EMPLOYABILITY of Work / Good Jobs, Bad Jobs / The Origins and the Ideal of Dignity in the Sociology of Work and Employment / Capital and Labour: The Shifting Making the Most of Your Career Development Terrains of Struggle and Accommodation in Labour and Employment Relations John Neugebauer University of the West of England and / From Management to Leadership / Unruly Subjects: Misbehaviour in the Workplace / Rediscovery of the Labour Process / The Skill Debate: Concepts, Jane Evans-Brain Independent Consultant Measures and Evidence / Part III: Work and Organization / From Bureaucracy to Networks / Organizational Culture / Industrialization, Fordism and the Employability is a comprehensive reference for students Golden Age of Atlantic Capitalism / Beyond Fordism / Interactive Service Work of the topic, blended with top tips and industry insights / The Organization of Service Work / Part IV: Non-Standard Forms of Work for those seeking to enhance their own career next steps. and Employment / Employment Uncertainty and Risk / Destandardization: —Anthony Ainsworth, SVP, Global Marketing, E.ON SE Qualitative and Quantitative / Informal Employment: Theory & Reality / Precarious Work / Unpaid Domestic Labor / Part V: Work and Life Outside Employment / Unemployment / Volunteering and Unpaid Work / Work-Life This handy guide combines theory with practical guidance on Balance / Working Time / Work and Social Policy / Part VI: Globalization how students can develop employability skills throughout their and the Future of Work / Global Value Chains, Organizations and Industrial degree, also helping them apply for and gain their first job. Useful Work / Globalization and Outsourcing / Globalization and Labour Migrations for employability modules and general career support alike. / Critiques of Work / Global Labour Politics in the 21st Century: Organizing in Informal and Precarious Jobs / The Future of Work: Escaping the Current CONTENTS Dystopian Trajectory and Building Better Alternatives Chapter 1 – Introduction / Chapter 2 - Changing Patterns of Career / Chapter 3 - Preparing for Work / Chapter 4 - Finding Work / Chapter 5 - Workplace 2015 • 728 pages Learning and Development / Chapter 6 - Progress and Navigation / Chapter Hardback (9781446280669) • £110.00 7 - Managing Yourself / Chapter 8 - Conclusion and Finding your Own Story / Page 31, column 1, top 2016 • 200 pages Hardback (9781446298343) • £60.00 Paperback (9781446298350) • £19.99

28 Urban Sociology & The City / Reference

KEY CONCEPTS IN SAGE BENCHMARKS IN SOCIAL URBAN STUDIES RESEARCH METHODS Second Edition Mark Gottdiener University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Leslie Budd The Open University and Panu ACTOR-NETWORK Lehtovuori Tampere University of Technology THEORY RESEARCH Key Concepts in Urban Studies is Four-Volume Set an essential companion for students of urban studies, urban sociology, urban politics, urban planning and Edited by Richie Nimmo University urban development. of Manchester Actor network theory has grown into This revised edition has been updated and expanded to provide one of the most influential and popular a keen global focus, particularly in emerging economies with approaches for applied research. discussions on the creation of “dream cities” in the Gulf States and Originating in the field of science and a renewed emphasis on building mega-scaled “downtowns” in India technology studies with scholars Michel and China. New features include: Callon and Bruno Latour, it is now used • Contemporary and international examples throughout. widely across the social sciences. In this four-volume collection, Richie Nimmo • Detailed entries on environmental concerns and the sustainability brings together the defining research articles on this topic and charts of urban development. its emergence, development and transformation over time. This • Discussion of the role of consumption in city culture and comprehensive major work is organized thematically and features urban development. sections on: • New entries on modern urban planning and adaptive urbanism. Part One - Emergence, Development and Transformation: SAGE KEY CONCEPTS SERIES • The Sociology of Translation 2013 • 176 pages • Techno-Politics and Sociotechnical Relations Hardback (9781849201988) • £60.00 Paperback (9781849201995) • £19.99 • Reflexivity, Heterogeneity and Symmetry • Topology and Post-Social Ontologies • Materiality and Ontological Politics • Method Assemblages and Inscriptions • Critiques and Clarifications SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATIONN Part Two - Translations, Parallels and Mobilisations: Four-Volume Set • Performing Markets, Finance and Economics Edited by Jenny Ozga University • Arts, Taste and Cultures of Oxford • Bodies, Medicine and Disabilities Education is a major policy preoccupation • Hybrid Geographies and Spaces in both developed countries and emergent • Ecologies, Natures and Environments economies. At the same time, sociological • Animal Actants and Multi-Species Assemblages knowledge about education is becoming more and more varied and dispersed, as 2016 • 1527 pages new directions develop in response to Hardback (9781473902169) • £625.00 older assumptions, and (apparently) new and rapidly changing policy problems drive enquiry in different directions. This major work addresses the lack of consolidation of GENERATING DATA knowledge in the field, drawing on a wide range of specialisms and so allowing researchers to 'see' the field clearly, and understand its Four-Volume Set development over time. Edited by Bruce Curtis University of Auckland and Cate Curtis SAGE LIBRARY OF EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT & PRACTICE University of Waikato 2016 • 1306 pages This Major Work collection cross-cuts a number of substantive Hardback (9781473944527) • £645.00 methodologies and focuses on the vital moment of generating data, drawing primarily on literature from sociology, social psychology, social anthropology, and education.

September 2016 • 1450 pages Hardback (9781473907829) • £645.00

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A D Academic Caesar, The Fuchs ...... 7 David & Halbert Victims, Crime and Society, Second Edition ...... 4 Actor-Network Theory Research, Four-Volume Set Morrison...... 29 Davies, Francis & Greer Governmentality, Second Edition...... 16 Adventure in Statistics, An Field ...... 17 Dean The Sociology of Work, Second Edition ...... 16 Age Studies Patel ...... 2 Development and Social Change, Sixth Edition Massey ...... 9 Analysing Text and Discourse in the Social Sciences Beasley ...... 23 Disability Studies, Second Edition Gilbert & Stoneman ...... 10 Analyzing Talk in the Social Sciences Bickerdike ...... 23 Doing & Writing Qualitative Research, Third Edition Hodkinson ...... 22 Anti-Social Behaviour Craig ...... 3 Doing Fieldwork Pickard ...... 21 Appelrouth & Edles Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory, Doing Real Research Inglis & Almila ...... 18 Third Edition ...... 25 Aurini, Heath & Howells The How To of Qualitative Research ...... 22 E Edgell, Gottfried & Granter Big Ideas in Social Science ...... 7 B Edgell The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Work and Employment ...... 28 Barker & Jane Cultural Studies, Fifth Edition ...... 12 Edmonds & Warburton Social Psychology of Emotion ...... 6 Barry & Yuill Understanding the Sociology of Health, Fourth Edition ...... 10 Ellis & Tucker Food and Drink Tourism ...... 27 Bartholomew Statistics without Mathematics ...... 17 Employability Miller ...... 28 Bartram, Poros & Monforte Key Concepts in Migration ...... 9 Epistemology and Metaphysics for Qualitative Research Ozga ...... 23 Baudrillard & Gane Gender and Sexuality ...... 15 Everett Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Class, Second Edition ...... 8 Beasley Analysing Text and Discourse in the Social Sciences ...... 23 Exaggerated Claims? Urry & Larsen ...... 7 Bergstrom & Boreus The Secular Religion of Fandom...... 13 Bickerdike Analyzing Talk in the Social Sciences ...... 23 F Big Ideas in Social Science Edgell, Gottfried & Granter ...... 7 Field The SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods, Second Edition ...... 18 Bischoping & Gazso Systematic Approaches to a Successful Literature Field An Adventure in Statistics ...... 17 Review, Second Edition ...... 19 Fielding, Lee & Blank Sociology and the New Materialism ...... 25 Booth, Sutton & Papaioannou The Sociology of Education ...... 7 Food and Drink Tourism Ellis & Tucker ...... 27 Boronski & Hassan Brands and Branding ...... 6 Fox & Alldred An Introduction to Evaluation ...... 21 Brands and Branding Boronski & Hassan ...... 6 Fox, Grimm & Caldeira Social Media, Second Edition ...... 13 Brown Critical Social Theory ...... 25 Fuchs The Academic Caesar ...... 7 Browne Covert Research ...... 20 Fuller Sociology of Early Childhood ...... 2

C G Calvey Media and Society ...... 15 Gabriel & Lang The Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe, Second Carah & Louw An Introduction to Life-Course Criminology ...... 4 Edition ...... 9 Carlsson & Sarnecki Social Media for Academics ...... 18 Gabriel The Unmanageable Consumer, Third Edition ...... 6 Carrigan The Sociology of the Individual ...... 25 Geddes & Scholten Researching Social Life, Fourth Edition ...... 20 Chalari Superconnected: The Internet, Digital Media, and Gender and Crime, Second Edition Shulman ...... 5 Techno-Social Life ...... 12 Gender and Sexuality Baudrillard & Gane ...... 15 Chayko Childhood in Society for the Early Years, Third Edition ...... 2 Generating Data, Four-Volume Set Curtis ...... 29 Childhood in Society for the Early Years, Third Edition Chayko ...... 2 Gilbert & Stoneman Disability Studies, Second Edition ...... 10 Clark The SAGE Handbook of Resistance ...... 8 Goodley Key Concepts in Urban Studies, Second Edition ...... 29 Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory, Third Edition Gottdiener, Budd & Lehtovuori An Introduction to Systematic Reviews, Appelrouth & Edles ...... 25 Second Edition ...... 19 Courpasson & Vallas Sport Sociology, Third Edition ...... 27 Gough, Oliver & Thomas A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Covert Research Browne ...... 20 Cheap Book About Studying Organizations, Fourth Edition ...... 28 Craig Anti-Social Behaviour ...... 3 Governmentality, Second Edition Davies, Francis & Greer...... 16 Crayons and Ipads Hagan ...... 3 Grey Introduction to Criminology, Ninth Edition ...... 3 Crisis of Presence in Contemporary Culture, The McMichael ...... 13 Critical Social Theory Brown ...... 25 H Cultural Studies, Fifth Edition Barker & Jane ...... 12 Hagan Crayons and Ipads ...... 3 Curtis & Curtis Owning the World of Ideas...... 14 Harwood Men of the World ...... 8 Curtis Generating Data, Four-Volume Set ...... 29 Hearn Media, Culture and Society, Second Edition ...... 13 Hodkinson Doing & Writing Qualitative Research, Third Edition ...... 22

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Hodkinson Sociology for Optimists ...... 26 Men of the World Harwood ...... 8 Holliday Sport and Society, Third Edition...... 15 Mestrovic Marx, Durkheim, Weber, Second Edition ...... 15 Holmes The SAGE Handbook of Sport Management ...... 27 Miller Employability ...... 28 Houlihan & Malcolm Hybrid Politics ...... 9 Morrison Actor-Network Theory Research, Four-Volume Set...... 29 How To of Qualitative Research, The Aurini, Heath & Howells ...... 22 Hoye & Parent The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Sociology ...... 6 N Hybrid Politics Houlihan & Malcolm ...... 9 Neugebauer & Evans-Brain An Introduction to Green Criminology and Environmental Justice ...... 5 I New Sociology of Scotland, The Marmo & Chazal ...... 11 Nimmo Workplace Research...... 21 Iannelli Key Concepts in Childhood Studies, Second Edition ...... 16 Nurse Seven Steps to a Comprehensive Literature Review ...... 17 Inglis & Almila Doing Real Research ...... 18 Interviews in Qualitative Research, Second Edition James & James ...... 23 O Introduction to Criminology, Ninth Edition Grey ...... 3 O'Leary & Hunt Sociology of Education, Four-Volume Set ...... 29 Introduction to Evaluation, An Fox & Alldred ...... 21 Onwuegbuzie & Frels Race and Society ...... 14 Introduction to Green Criminology and Environmental Justice, An Neugebauer & Evans-Brain ...... 5 Owning the World of Ideas Curtis & Curtis...... 14 Introduction to Life-Course Criminology, An Carah & Louw ...... 4 Ozga Epistemology and Metaphysics for Qualitative Research ...... 23 Introduction to Secondary Data Analysis with IBM SPSS Statistics, An Layder ...... 17 P Introduction to Systematic Reviews, An, Second Edition Gottdiener, Patel Age Studies ...... 2 Budd & Lehtovuori ...... 19 Pernecky Key Concepts in Gender Studies, Second Edition ...... 8 Introduction to the Sociology of Health and Illness, An, Third Edition Pickard Doing Fieldwork ...... 21 Wagner, Storm & Nielsen ...... 10 Pilcher & Whelehan Researching Racism ...... 14 J Pole & Hillyard Visual Methodologies, Fourth Edition ...... 24 Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe, The, Second Edition James & James Interviews in Qualitative Research, Second Edition ...... 23 Gabriel & Lang ...... 9 Jensen & Laurie Understanding Social Theory, Second Edition ...... 16 Postemotional Bully, The McCrone ...... 26 K Presentation of Self in Contemporary Social Life, The Sayer ...... 26 Kaleidoscope of Gender, The, Fifth Edition Silvestri & Crowther-Dowey ...... 8 Q Key Concepts in Childhood Studies, Second Edition Iannelli ...... 16 Qualitative Research, Fourth Edition Schutt ...... 22 Key Concepts in Gender Studies, Second Edition Pernecky ...... 8 Quraishi & Philburn Rank Hypocrisies ...... 6 Key Concepts in Migration Bartram, Poros & Monforte ...... 9 Key Concepts in Race and Ethnicity Meer ...... 14 R Key Concepts in the Philosophy of Social Research Walker ...... 21 Race and Society Onwuegbuzie & Frels ...... 14 Key Concepts in Urban Studies, Second Edition Goodley ...... 29 Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Class, Second Edition Everett ...... 8 King & Horrocks The Sociology of Children, Childhood and Generation ...... 3 Rank Hypocrisies Quraishi & Philburn ...... 6 Researching Racism Pilcher & Whelehan ...... 14 L Researching Social Life, Fourth Edition Geddes & Scholten ...... 20 Layder An Introduction to Secondary Data Analysis with IBM Rose Understanding the Social World ...... 20 SPSS Statistics ...... 17 Leonard Transnational Crime and Criminal Justice ...... 5 S M SAGE Handbook of Cultural Sociology, The Hoye & Parent ...... 6 SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods, The, Second Edition Field ...... 18 MacInnes Ways of Social Change, Second Edition ...... 9 SAGE Handbook of Resistance, The Clark ...... 8 Marmo & Chazal The New Sociology of Scotland ...... 11 SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods, The Silverman ...... 18 Marx, Durkheim, Weber, Second Edition Mestrovic ...... 15 SAGE Handbook of Sport Management, The Holmes ...... 27 Massey Development and Social Change, Sixth Edition ...... 9 SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology, The White ...... 24 McCrone The Postemotional Bully ...... 26 SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Work and Employment, The Edgell ...... 28 McMichael The Crisis of Presence in Contemporary Culture ...... 13 Sayer The Presentation of Self in Contemporary Social Life ...... 26 Media and Society Calvey ...... 15 Schutt Qualitative Research, Fourth Edition ...... 22 Media, Culture and Society, Second Edition Hearn ...... 13 Secular Religion of Fandom, The Bergstrom & Boreus...... 13 Meer Key Concepts in Race and Ethnicity ...... 14

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Seven Steps to a Comprehensive Literature Review Nurse ...... 17 SAGE INDIA Shulman Gender and Crime, Second Edition ...... 5 Silverman The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods ...... 18 A Silvestri & Crowther-Dowey The Kaleidoscope of Gender, Fifth Edition ...... 8 ‘Ad’apting to Markets ...... 37A Sloan & Quan-Haase The Tourist Gaze 3.0, Third Edition ...... 16 Achieving Universal Energy Access in India ...... 60A Social Media for Academics Carlsson & Sarnecki ...... 18 Adoption in India ...... 40A Social Media, Second Edition Fox, Grimm & Caldeira ...... 13 Ahluwalia, Isher Judge ...... 63A Social Psychology of Emotion Edmonds & Warburton ...... 6 Amirali, Alia ...... 57A Sociology and the New Materialism Fielding, Lee & Blank ...... 25 Ananth, V. Krishna ...... 48A Sociology for Optimists Hodkinson ...... 26 Aneja, Anu ...... 27A Sociology of Children, Childhood and Generation, The King & Horrocks ...... 3 Armed Conflict, Peace Audit and Early Warning 2014 ...... 56A Sociology of Early Childhood Fuller ...... 2 Artefacts of History ...... 43A Sociology of Education, Four-Volume Set O'Leary & Hunt ...... 29 Assorted City ...... 62A Sociology of Education, The Booth, Sutton & Papaioannou ...... 7 Atlantic Gandhi ...... 49A Attwood, D. W...... 6A Sociology of the Individual, The Carrigan ...... 25 Sociology of Work, The, Second Edition Dean ...... 16 B Spade & Valentine When Sport Meets Business ...... 27 Badal Sircar ...... 17A Sport and Society, Third Edition Holliday...... 15 Bagchi, Barnita ...... 51A Sport Sociology, Third Edition Courpasson & Vallas ...... 27 Bagchi, Jasodhara ...... 40A Statistics without Mathematics Bartholomew ...... 17 Bailey, Michael ...... 34A Superconnected: The Internet, Digital Media, and Techno-Social Life Balslev, Anindita N...... 13A Chalari ...... 12 Balslev, Anindita N...... 18A Systematic Approaches to a Successful Literature Review, Second Edition Basics of Communication, The ...... 36A Bischoping & Gazso ...... 19 Baviskar, B. S. 6A T Becoming Minority ...... 8A Behind Closed Doors ...... 40A Tourist Gaze 3.0, The, Third Edition Sloan & Quan-Haase ...... 16 Being Muslim and Working for Peace ...... 13A Transnational Crime and Criminal Justice Leonard ...... 5 Berger, Arthur Asa ...... 36A Bernard, Catherine 6A U Bhadra, Bula...... 4A Understanding Social Theory, Second Edition Jensen & Laurie ...... 16 Bhai, L Thara ...... 3 Understanding the Social World Rose ...... 20 Bharat, Shalini ...... 10A Understanding the Sociology of Health, Fourth Edition Barry & Yuill ...... 10 Bhargava, Vinita ...... 40A Unmanageable Consumer, The, Third Edition Gabriel ...... 6 Bhattacharya, Rinki ...... 40A Urry & Larsen Exaggerated Claims? ...... 7 Bhatty, Zarina ...... 26A Biswas, Suptendu P ...... 62A V Bollywood Baddies ...... 22A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying Borooah, Vani Kant 7A Organizations, A, Fourth Edition Gough, Oliver & Thomas ...... 28 Bose Brothers and Indian Independence, The ...... 42A Victims, Crime and Society, Second Edition David & Halbert ...... 4 Bose, Madhuri ...... 42A Visual Methodologies, Fourth Edition Pole & Hillyard ...... 24 Bose, Tapan Kumar ...... 57A Brave New Bollywood ...... 23A W Bridging the Social Gap ...... 8A Wagner, Storm & Nielsen An Introduction to the Sociology of Health and Buddhism in India ...... 41A Illness, Third Edition ...... 10 Business Interests and the Environmental Crisis ...... 58A Walker Key Concepts in the Philosophy of Social Research ...... 21 Ways of Social Change, Second Edition MacInnes ...... 9 C When Sport Meets Business Spade & Valentine ...... 27 C, Sunitha Srinivas ...... 37A Caring for the Elderly ...... 2 A White The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology ...... 24 Carter, Marina ...... 44A Workplace Research Nimmo...... 21 Caste and Race in India ...... 7A Caste, Discrimination, and Exclusion in Modern India ...... 7A Chandra, Bipin ...... 48A

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Chandran, D Suba ...... 56A Displacement, Revolution, and the New Urban Condition ...... 64A Chandran, Vinay...... 28A Diwakar, Dilip G...... 7A Changing Caste: Ideology, Identity and Mobility ...... 3 A Duck, Steve ...... 36A Channa, Subhadra Mitra ...... 8A Dutt, Devina ...... 15A Chari, P R ...... 56A Chatterjee, Ipsita ...... 64A E Chatterji, Shoma A...... 23A Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS on Households ...... 30A Chatterji, Rakhahari ...... 49A Edited by Asha Hans ...... 24A Chattopadhyay, Rohitashya ...... 37A Embattled Media ...... 35A Chaturvedi, Preeti ...... 23A Embodying Motherhood ...... 27A Chaudhary, Sukant K ...... 5A Enarth, Shashidharan ...... 59A Chaudhuri, Sarit K...... 43A Enlightenment and Violence ...... 48A Chaudhuri, Sucheta Sen ...... 43A Environment and Development ...... 58A Cherian, V. K...... 20A Environmental Economics ...... 60A China and India ...... 53A Ernst, Carl W...... 12A Cinematically Speaking ...... 22A Cities and Public Policy ...... 62A F Civil Wars in South Asia ...... 55A Facing Globalization in the Himalayas ...... 42A Civility against Caste ...... 7A Falleiro, Savio P...... 30A Civilizations...... 51A Fernée, Tadd ...... 48A Clark, Alice W...... 27A Fieldwork in South Asia ...... 43A Colonialism and the Call to Jihad in British India ...... 50A Filming Horror ...... 21A Communicating India’s Soft Power ...... 32A Filming Reality ...... 23A Communication for Behavior Change ...... 34A Financing Cities in India ...... 61A Communication for Behavior Change ...... 34A First Naxal, The ...... 55A Communication for Behavior Change ...... 34A Fly in the Curry, A ...... 22A Communication for Development ...... 33A Fossard, Esta de ...... 34A Communist Party of India and the Indian Emergency, The ...... 47A Fossard, Esta de ...... 34A Community Natural Resource Management and Poverty in India ...... 59A Fossard, Esta de ...... 34A Consumer Culture, Modernity and Identity ...... 19A Francis, Abraham P ...... 37A Contributions to Sociological Theory ...... 5A From the Margins to the Mainstream ...... 8A Crawley, William ...... 35A Crime and Justice in India ...... 39A G Crispin Bates...... 44A, 45A Gandhi and the Ali Brothers ...... 49A Cronin, Aidan A...... 30A Gender Issues in Water and Sanitation Programmes ...... 30A Culture and Society ...... 5A Gender, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS ...... 30A Cyber Crimes against Women in India ...... 29A Gerharz, Eva ...... 50A Ghosh, Partha S...... 1 A D Ghosh, Tapan K...... 22A Dam, Piet Hein van ...... 33A Ghurye, G. S...... 7A Darooka, Priti ...... 23A Gorringe, Hugo ...... 8A Das, Runa ...... 56A Governance, Conflict and Development in South Asia ...... 50A Dasgupta, Abhijit ...... 3A Governors’ Raj, A ...... 49A Dasgupta, C ...... 41A Goyal, Omita ...... 28A Dasgupta, Samir ...... 6A Gudavarthy, Ajay ...... 53A Dasgupta, Sukti ...... 25A Guha, Sudeshna ...... 43A Death Wasn’t Painful ...... 55A Gulati, Leela ...... 40A Deb, Arnab K ...... 53A Gupta, Deepak ...... 60A Deconstructing Terrorist Violence ...... 55A Derne, Steve ...... 30A H Desai, A. R...... 2 A Habib Tanvir ...... 17A Desai, Armaity S ...... 10A Halder, Debarati ...... 29A Development Failure and Identity Politics in Uttar Pradesh ...... 52A Handy, Femida ...... 38A Diem, Peter ...... 33A Hans, Asha ...... 24A Disability, Gender and the Trajectories of Power ...... 24A Hasan, Tariq ...... 50A

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Hettige, Siri...... 50A Kumar, K S Kavi ...... 58A Hindu Social Organization ...... 9A Kumar, Kuldeep ...... 53A Hinduism in India ...... 9A Kumar, Nirmal ...... 23A Hossain, Delwar ...... 57A Kumar, Updesh ...... 54A Idea of Ancient India, The ...... 47A Image Trap, The ...... 20A L In Custody ...... 39A Lal, Malashri ...... 18A India Connected ...... 31A Left-Wing Extremism and Human Rights ...... 56A India on the Western Screen ...... 31A Lerche, Jens ...... 52A India’s Film Society Movement ...... 20A Life as a Dalit ...... 8A Indian Constitution and Social Revolution, The ...... 48A Living the Qur’an in Our Times ...... 12A Indian News Media ...... 35A Lockwood, David ...... 47A Indian Sociology: Issues and Challenges ...... 3 A Indira,R ...... 3A M InFlux ...... 19A Macnamara, Michael Fenwick ...... 49A Inoue, Makoto ...... 59A Madras Studios ...... 20A Inside-Outside ...... 6A Maithani, P C ...... 60A Intercultural Communication ...... 35A Major, Andrea ...... 44A Internal Migration in Contemporary India ...... 1 A Malik, Aditya Malik ...... 9A Internationalist Moment, The ...... 47A Malreddy, Pavan Kumar ...... 54A Interrogating Women’s Leadership and Empowerment ...... 28A Manchanda, Rita ...... 57A Introduction to the Study of Indian History, An ...... 46A Mandal, Manas K...... 54A Mandelbaum, David G...... 2 A J Maoism, Democracy and Globalisation ...... 53A Jafa, Dhirendra S...... 55A Marina Carter ...... 45A Jafa, Navina ...... 18A Mathur, Nita ...... 19A Jaishankar, K...... 29A Mayaram, Shail ...... 51A James, Jonathan D...... 13A McMahan, David T...... 36A Jansons, Emily ...... 38A Media Analysis Techniques ...... 36A Jayasankar, K. P...... 22A Media at Work in China and India ...... 36A Jayawardena, Kishali Pinto- ...... 35A Media Audience Research ...... 33A Jeffery, Roger ...... 52A Media Construction of Environment and Sustainability in India ...... 60A Jeffrey, Robin ...... 36A Mehta, Pradeep K...... 30A Jethwaney, Jaishri ...... 33A Melkote, Srinivas R ...... 33A Jodhka, Surinder S ...... 3 A Mencher, Joan P...... 8A Joshy, P. M...... 52A Menon, Manju ...... 58A Judge, Paramjit S ...... 4A Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia ...... 1 A Mishra, Deepak K...... 1 A K Mishra, Vinod Kumar ...... 7A Kanbur, Ravi ...... 63A Mitra, Ananda ...... 31A Kannabiran, Kalpana ...... 39A Modi, Ishwar ...... 5A Kassam, Meenaz ...... 38A Mohanty, B B ...... 3A Kattakayam, Jacob John ...... 3A Mohanty, P K ...... 63A Katyal, Anjum ...... 17A Mohanty, Prasanna K ...... 61A, 62A Katyal, Anjum ...... 17A Mohsin, Amena ...... 57A Khan, Zeeshan ...... 1 A Monteiro, Anjali ...... 22A Khanam, Azra...... 13A Moving Faith, A ...... 13A Khwaja, Jamal ...... 12A Mubarki, Meraj Ahmed ...... 21A Kimura, Makiko ...... 56A Mukherjee, Aditya ...... 48A Kivisto, Peter ...... 6A Mukherjee, Mridula ...... 48A Kohli, Kanchi ...... 58A Mukherjee, Paramita ...... 53A Kosambi, Damodar Dharmanand ...... 46A Mukherji, Parul Dave, Ahuja, Naman P. and Singh, Kavita ...... 19A Krishna, Daya ...... 51A Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia ...... 59A Kulshrestha, S K ...... 64A Muslim Backward Classes ...... 13A Kumar, Anand ...... 5A Mutiny at the Margins ...... 44A, 45A

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My Half of the Sky ...... 23A Postmodernism in a Global Perspective ...... 6A Myth and Reality ...... 46A Prabhu, Pandharinath H...... 9A Mytton, Graham ...... 33A Prakash, Anjal ...... 30A Prakash, Kamini ...... 38A N Public Hinduisms ...... 9A Nag, Sajal ...... 57A Puniyani, Ram ...... 55A Nagla, Madhu ...... 4A Purdah to Piccadilly ...... 26A Naik, Ajaya Kumar ...... 7A Nambiar, Prithi ...... 60A Q Narayan, Sunetra Sen ...... 31A Qadir, Altaf ...... 50A Narayanan, Shalini ...... 31A Narrain, Arvind ...... 28A R Natarajan, Nalini ...... 49A Raimedhi, Indrani ...... 23A Nayar, Sheila J...... 22A Rajadhyaksha, Mukta ...... 15A Nellie Massacre of 1983, The ...... 56A Rajagopalan, Swarna ...... 24A Niroula, Som Prasad ...... 57A Ramakrishnan, Nitya ...... 39A Nothing to Fix ...... 28A Ramaswamy, Vijaya...... 25A Nurturing Families around the World ...... 6A Rand, Gavin ...... 44A Ranganathan, Maya ...... 35A O Rao, Ramesh N...... 35A Ocean in a Drop, The ...... 38A Raza, Ali ...... 47A Omvedt, Gail ...... 41A Recasting Caste ...... 7A On India ...... 18A Reddy, Deepa S...... 9A On the Edge of Empire ...... 42A Refractions of Islam in India ...... 12A On World Religions ...... 13A Revisiting Nuclear India ...... 56A Oonk, Gijsbert ...... 49A Riber, John ...... 34A Openings for Peace ...... 24A Right to Passage ...... 1A Operation Black Thunder ...... 40A Road to Rights...... 23A Orientalism, Terrorism, Indigenism ...... 54A Rodrigues, Usha M...... 35A Roy, Franziska...... 47A P Padmanabhan, Sudarsan ...... 8A S Page, David ...... 35A Sabharwal, Nidhi S...... 7A Paltasingh, Tattwamasi ...... 2A Sabharwal, Nidhi Sadana ...... 8A Pandian, M. S. S...... 20A SAGE Series in Human Rights Audits of Peace Processes ...... 57A Pang, Miao ...... 53A SAGE Series in Modern Indian History ...... 48A Panja, Shormishtha ...... 16A Sahu, D R ...... 3A Parsis of India, The ...... 10A Sahu, Skylab ...... 30A Patel, Ashraf ...... 38A Saraf, Babli Moitra ...... 16A Patel, Prasad and Rajaji ...... 43A Sayyid Ahmad Barailvi ...... 50A Pathak, Jharna ...... 59A Seethi, K M ...... 52A Pattnaik, Binay Kumar ...... 5A Sen, Ronojoy ...... 36A Paul, Bappaditya ...... 55A Separated and Divorced Women in India ...... 39A Pawar, Manohar ...... 38A Settled Strangers ...... 49A Perera, Sasanka ...... 52A Shah, Amita ...... 59A Performing Heritage ...... 18A Shanmugam, K R ...... 58A Performing Shakespeare in India ...... 16A Sharma, K L ...... 4A Pfaff-Czarnecka. Joanna ...... 42A Sharma, Sudha ...... 24A Philanthropy in India ...... 38A Shea, John J...... 6A Philosophy as Samvada and Svaraj ...... 51A Shekhar, Arjun ...... 38A Pillai, Swarnavel Eswaran ...... 20A Shivakoti, Ganesh P ...... 59A Pioneers of Sociology in India ...... 5A Singh, Hira ...... 7A Police and Counterinsurgency ...... 53A Singh, Katar ...... 60A Political Sociology of India ...... 5A Shishodia, Anil ...... 60A Politics of the (Im)Possible, The ...... 51A Singh, Kirti ...... 39A Singh, Neerja ...... 43A

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Singh, Rishi ...... 12A Visvanathan, Susan ...... 5A Singh, Sarab Jit ...... 40A Singh, Upinder ...... 47A W Sobhan, Rehman ...... 47A Waghmore, Suryakant ...... 7A Social and Community Development Practice ...... 38A Waghmore, Suryakant ...... 8A Social Background of Indian Nationalism ...... 2 A War and Diplomacy in Kashmir, 1947-48 ...... 41A Social Sector Communication in India ...... 33A Warrier, Maya ...... 9A Social Work in Mental Health ...... 37A Warzone Tourism in Sri Lanka ...... 52A Society in India ...... 2 A Williams,Raymond ...... 9 A Sociological Probings in Rural Society ...... 4A Women and Law ...... 39A Sociology of Childhood and Youth ...... 4A Women and Work in Precolonial India ...... 25A Sociology of Environment ...... 5A Wood, John R ...... 59A Sociology of Health ...... 4A Sociology of Science and Technology in India ...... 5A Z Sociology of Wellbeing ...... 30A Zachariah, Benjamin ...... 47A Space of Her Own, A ...... 40A Zavos, John ...... 9A Srivastava, Vinay Kumar ...... 5A State and Civil Society under Siege ...... 52A State Formation and the Establishment of Non-Muslim Hegemony ...... 12A Status of Muslim Women in Medieval India, The ...... 24A Steeves, H Leslie ...... 33A Sundar, Aparna ...... 55A Sundar, Nandini ...... 55A Susewind, Raphael ...... 13A Sweetman, Will ...... 9A Syiemlieh, David R...... 42A

T Tagore and the Feminine ...... 18A Thomas, K V ...... 56A Thombre, Avinash ...... 35A Thorat, Sukhadeo ...... 8A Thussu, Daya Kishan ...... 32A Toffin, Gerard ...... 42A Towards Sociology of Dalits ...... 4A Transformation of Women at Work in Asia ...... 25A Tripathy, Jyotirmaya ...... 8A Tyagi, Renu ...... 2 A

U Understanding India ...... 37A Understanding Suicide Terrorism ...... 54A Unnithan, N. Prabha ...... 39A Untranquil Recollections ...... 47A Urban and Regional Planning in India ...... 64A Urban Villager ...... 64A Urbanisation in India ...... 63A

V Vaidya, Shubhangi ...... 27A Valued Daughters ...... 27A Vasudevan, Vandana ...... 64A Venkateswaran, Meenu ...... 38A Verick, Sher Singh ...... 25A Verma, Madhu ...... 59A

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