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Current State: Published
What is/are regulations?




The sessions in this module will seek to raise two questions: 1). Why are regulations instituted? 2). What/who is being regulated?

The readings for this module will be on the historical context of regulation in India, regulations instituted by the British and the regulation era in the 1990's in the context of globalization.


Edward Said - excerpt from "Culture and Imperialism" Link found here

Shohini Ghosh - "TV Censorship in India" Link found here

Court Judgement on "Choli ke peeche song" Link found here




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