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Although this was perhaps one of the greatest sporting achievements of his life, this day will forever be remembered for the political protest he made just before the finish line. Close study of the dynamics of cultural habit and belief can perhaps make a difference to the fates of ordinary people everywhere whose ways of life are under assault from the changes wrought by globalization. PAL format Video/C 4897 Explores the changing urban lifestyles in contemporary India ...people caught between local tradition and the effects of globalization.

Pages: 226

Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (January 10, 2003)

ISBN: 390676866X

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