Introduction The movie, Nightcrawler, was released in 2014, and terrified US and other audiences across the world, revealing how sensational and bigoted journalism thrives on its equally bigoted, racist, classist, and terrified middle class audiences – in many ways the two feed on each other. Nightcrawler pays homage to the middle class audiences, who consume […]
Tag: market capitalism
Seeding Diversity in the Desert of Managerial Rationality
This blog questions the chimera of percentile numbers claiming inclusion and diversity and seeks to throw light on real issues that get shrouded by firms today
The Hero’s Journey in the clutches of Market Capitalism: Where has the magic gone?
In the past few weeks, I have been mulling over the sheer paucity of mono-myths or the hero’s quest that used to energize people – the old, the young, the men and women around me. It is almost as if the inner realm of magical unfolding has dried up, leaving us, at best, feeling […]
Bye Bye Wholesomeness, Hello Homo economicus, I think I gonna be ‘linked-in’ now …
This blog is about transactional and extractive networks that are encouraged in lieu of human connects and networks. It explores how Homo economicus contributes to this trend in Indian society, as well as hides many evil and shadows including instrumentality, xenophobia, and racism