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The eastward expansion of the Shansabanid sultanate of Ghur in the late twelfth century has usually been depicted as a confrontation between a unitary Muslim self and its Hindu `other’. The reification of heterogeneous and protean categories of belief implicit in this paradigm is particularly...
The study examines subordinates’ perception of leadership styles and their work behaviour in the Indian Air Force. A self–reported questionnaire was used to collect data from 287 airmen and 75 officers. The results revealed that the leaders of airmen had a predominantly authoritarian style...
This study examines senior/junior recipient status as a possible determinant of perceived fairness of given allocations and allocation preference. Considering status as a feature associated with the cultural dimension of power distance, female university students from India (a high power...
Professor Durganand Sinha was a cross–cultural psychologist with wide–ranging interests and yet firmly rooted in the culture of India. He was the chief proponent of the ecocultural framework which considers human diversity (both cultural and psychological) to be a set of collective and...
South Africa is a country in transition. Apartheid, akin to “ethnic cleansing”, created a siege ingroup mentality. The 1994 democratic elections ushered in the “Rainbow” nation. In this historical context, this exploratory study of acculturation and integration to western culture by young...
Being a mother is a serious business in India, and much cultural activity is devoted to preparation for motherhood, a role that enjoys special status. This paper is based on the narrative of one Indian woman as she weaves her story of motherhood in response to interview questions. Kamla's...
When people fall prey to a chronic disease they develop their own formulations about the disease. Patients often hold a variety of beliefs about causes, consequences, control and outcomes of the disease. This study examines illness beliefs and health seeking behaviour of educated, uneducated,...
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