This book focuses on aurban family soapsa on television and analyses them as an important resource for anthropological insights into contemporary social issues and practices. It studies the apopulara and aeverydaya while also concentrating on the middle class.62 All kinds of programs a ranging from news, reality shows, direct telecast of sports events, especially cricket, serials, sitcoms, and soaps a now jostle for ... Today, we see our present as equally glorious.a64 Bijapurkar pointed out that a earlier, it was cool to say a#39;I dona#39;t see Hindi films or television. ... Even politics and the stock market, which were never aention grabbers earlier, are now cool and sexy.
|Title||:||Prime Time Soap Operas on Indian Television|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-07-26|