Society and Behaviour

‘Jack in the Bokksu’: Globalization’s fostering of armchair tourism

‘While flitting through my Instagram feed, I linger on an advertisement for what seems like a box…

Does Less Mean More?

The stereotypical 9 to 5 job has been ensconced in our brains for a time that is monitored and…

PLANT-BASED MEAT IN ASIA

“How can you eat vegetarian food all your life?” is a question asked too often to count. There is…

The Big Business of Likes and Tweets: Social Media in the Times of Elections

As the General Elections of 2019 approach, the country gears up for the plethora of propaganda that is about…

Is the price that the Modi voters are paying worth it?

Is the world dependant on hype? If something is hyped up around you, it’s face value increases and you…

Campaigns for Women: Empowerment or Marketing Strategy?

The upsurge in campaigns for women empowerment and the ever-increasing use of slogans and phrases for equality, justice, especially…

Rhetoric For The Irrational

Election expenditure has tripled between 2009 and 2014 from a little over a 1000 crores to a…

Voting for suboptimal

The prisoner’s dilemma is an age-old predicament. Two criminals are being interrogated separately for a crime they…

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