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M. Jameela

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M. Jameela

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Jasbir Jain (Ed.)

Published by Rawat Publications (1998)

ISBN 10: 8170334543 ISBN 13: 9788170334545

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Writers of the Indian diaspora have been fairly centrestage in the last decade primarily because of the theoretical formulations which are now being generated by the critiquing of their work and the growing interest in cultural studies. Language and cultures are transformed as they come into contact with other languages and cultures. Diasporic writing raises questions regarding the definitions of `home` and `nation`. Schizophrenia and/or nostalgia are often the preoccupations of these writers as they seek to locate themselves in new cultures. It becomes important to question the nature of their relationship with the work of writers and literatures of the country of their origin and to examine the different strategies they adopt in order to negotiate the cultural space of the countries of their adoption. The essays in the present volume address these and many more questionsperceptively, critically, and with compassion. The contributors are both from India and abroad, both Indians and non-Indians and hence the work represents perspectives located in different cultures. Creative writers like Ashis Gupta and Uma Parameswaran write from their own experience of migration and their own questioning of their relatedness. Gurbhagat Singh explores and critiques the theoretical formulations while David Stouck is concerned with reading and reception theories. Others like Shyam Asnani, P.A. Abraham, Rajul Bhargava, B.R. Nagpal and Jasbir Jain work through comparative contexts. Anisur Rahman, Sudha Rai, Ameena Kazi Ansari, Savita Goel, Veena Singh, Jancy James, Jameela Begum, B. Chandrika, Sonal Baxi write on single author works. Though a number of essays are on fiction, memoirs, poetry and drama are also represented. There is also an interview with Ashis Gupta. The works of Bharati Mukherjee, Kamala Markandaya, M.G. Vassanji, Uma Parameswaran, South Asian Women Poets, Ashis Gupta, Neil Bissoondath, Rohinton Mistry are discussed. Slightly stretching the Indian cultural situation to the subcontinent, two writers of Sri Lankan origin, Michael Ondaatje and Shyam Selvadurai, are also discussed. The volume seeks to provide a new perspective to `postcolonial` evaluations and critiquing of diasporic writing. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 67153

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Jasbir Jain (Ed.)

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Writers of the Indian diaspora have been fairly centrestage in the last decade primarily because of the theoretical formulations which are now being generated by the critiquing of their work and the growing interest in cultural studies. Language and cultures are transformed as they come into contact with other languages and cultures. Diasporic writing raises questions regarding the definitions of `home` and `nation`. Schizophrenia and/or nostalgia are often the preoccupations of these writers as they seek to locate themselves in new cultures. It becomes important to question the nature of their relationship with the work of writers and literatures of the country of their origin and to examine the different strategies they adopt in order to negotiate the cultural space of the countries of their adoption. The essays in the present volume address these and many more questionsperceptively, critically, and with compassion. The contributors are both from India and abroad, both Indians and non-Indians and hence the work represents perspectives located in different cultures. Creative writers like Ashis Gupta and Uma Parameswaran write from their own experience of migration and their own questioning of their relatedness. Gurbhagat Singh explores and critiques the theoretical formulations while David Stouck is concerned with reading and reception theories. Others like Shyam Asnani, P.A. Abraham, Rajul Bhargava, B.R. Nagpal and Jasbir Jain work through comparative contexts. Anisur Rahman, Sudha Rai, Ameena Kazi Ansari, Savita Goel, Veena Singh, Jancy James, Jameela Begum, B. Chandrika, Sonal Baxi write on single author works. Though a number of essays are on fiction, memoirs, poetry and drama are also represented. There is also an interview with Ashis Gupta. The works of Bharati Mukherjee, Kamala Markandaya, M.G. Vassanji, Uma Parameswaran, South Asian Women Poets, Ashis Gupta, Neil Bissoondath, Rohinton Mistry are discussed. Slightly stretching the Indian cultural situation to the subcontinent, two writers of Sri Lankan origin, Michael Ondaatje and Shyam Selvadurai, are also discussed. The volume seeks to provide a new perspective to `postcolonial` evaluations and critiquing of diasporic writing. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 67153

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Boris Rumer

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Boris Rumer

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Jasbir Jain (Ed.)

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Writers of the Indian diaspora have been fairly centrestage in the last decade primarily because of the theoretical formulations which are now being generated by the critiquing of their work and the growing interest in cultural studies. Language and cultures are transformed as they come into contact with other languages and cultures. Diasporic writing raises questions regarding the definitions of `home` and `nation`. Schizophrenia and/or nostalgia are often the preoccupations of these writers as they seek to locate themselves in new cultures. It becomes important to question the nature of their relationship with the work of writers and literatures of the country of their origin and to examine the different strategies they adopt in order to negotiate the cultural space of the countries of their adoption. The essays in the present volume address these and many more questionsperceptively, critically, and with compassion. The contributors are both from India and abroad, both Indians and non-Indians and hence the work represents perspectives located in different cultures. Creative writers like Ashis Gupta and Uma Parameswaran write from their own experience of migration and their own questioning of their relatedness. Gurbhagat Singh explores and critiques the theoretical formulations while David Stouck is concerned with reading and reception theories. Others like Shyam Asnani, P.A. Abraham, Rajul Bhargava, B.R. Nagpal and Jasbir Jain work through comparative contexts. Anisur Rahman, Sudha Rai, Ameena Kazi Ansari, Savita Goel, Veena Singh, Jancy James, Jameela Begum, B. Chandrika, Sonal Baxi write on single author works. Though a number of essays are on fiction, memoirs, poetry and drama are also represented. There is also an interview with Ashis Gupta. The works of Bharati Mukherjee, Kamala Markandaya, M.G. Vassanji, Uma Parameswaran, South Asian Women Poets, Ashis Gupta, Neil Bissoondath, Rohinton Mistry are discussed. Slightly stretching the Indian cultural situation to the subcontinent, two writers of Sri Lankan origin, Michael Ondaatje and Shyam Selvadurai, are also discussed. The volume seeks to provide a new perspective to `postcolonial` evaluations and critiquing of diasporic writing. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 67153

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Akbar Husain and Mohd Ilyas Khan

Published by Global Vision Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 818220125X ISBN 13: 9788182201255

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About this Item: Global Vision Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Stress Process 1. Stress an overview/Akbar Husain Azizuddin Khan and Ritu Ahuja. 2. Job stress and job anxiety amongst call centre executives/Daud Salim Faruquie Kr. Naved A. Khan and Taha Imran. 3. Occupational stress and its relation to psychiatric symptomatology among coal miners/Sudhinta Sinha and Md. H.R. Khan. 4. Influence of personality sex and birth order upon stressful life events of CHD patients/Alpana Sen Gupta and Kirti. 5. Stress state and its relationship with academic performance among students/Sandeep Kumar A.P. Singh. 6. Traumatic stress among Tsunami victims/S. Subramony S.B. Raj N.P. Singh P. Prapakaran and Surinder Kaur. 7. Stress in late childhood/Mukta Rani Rastogi and Ratna Pandey. 8. Occupational stress a study of bank employees/Shah Alam Richa Garg and Md. Abu Zafar. 9. Age and gender differences on stress/Preeti P. Masih and Naima K. Gulrez. 10. Identifying causes of stress among athletes/Shah Alam. II. Coping Process 11. Coping behaviour/Akbar Husain and Kehkashan Yaqub. 12. Managing psychological trauma of military personnel/Akbar Husain. 13. Coping behaviour in the patients of cardiovascular disorders/Akbar Husain and M. Urooj Rabbani. 14. Role of hardiness and lifestyle in coping with daily hassles/Tayyaba Ishrat and Akbar Husain. 15. A study of social support as a moderator in the relationship of perceived stress and somatic health complaints/Lalit Kumar Mishra and A.P. Singh. 16. Coping strategies among male and female teachers with high and low job strain/Mohd. Ilyas Khan Aqeel Khan and Shehla Khan. 17. Stress and obesity a killer relationship/Sabika Zehra Zaidi and Naima K. Gulrez. 18. Managing stress by minimizing negative emotions/Jameela Khatoon. 19. Diet and nutrition ways to lead a stress free life/Shahina Maqbool and Farzana Aleem. 20. Identifying prescribed and non prescribed coping strategies among CAD patients/Kehkashan Yaqub and Akbar Husain. 21. Consequences of stress on executives health and its combating strategies/Mahmood S. Khan and Shaista Wasi. Appendices. Index. This book is a collection of useful articles in the area of stress and coping. The articles are organised into two sections stress process and coping process. This book has represented mainly the collaborative effort of the research scholars and the teachers of the department of psychology A.M.U. Aligarh. The insights and information provided by the contributors collectively make a rich source of accurate data on this fascinating subject. This book is intended as a primary source for graduate students who are studying course on health psychology and for stress management professionals. An attempt has been made to synthesise stress and its management findings of the past five years. For the psychologists it can be guide to the most pertinent findings related to the sources and effects of stress and stress management. 276 pp. Seller Inventory # 58379

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Sunita Agarwal

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. 1. Linguistic complexities and realization a tribute to Rajul Bhargava/Bernice J.M. West and Michael H. Lyon. 2. English as Second Language in India/Kapil Kapoor. 3. Imposition or native growth the status of English language in India/S.D. Kapoor. 4. Globalizing English studies in India/Harish Narang. 5. Using effective English to meet the various communicative functions of business conversations/Meenakshi Raman. 6. Pedagogical implications in using multimedia language lab/Pushp Lata. 7. Linguistic Massacre a cause for concern/Sanjay Arora. 8. Causes and remedies of weak English a case study of Shekhawati area in Rajasthan/Sunita Jakhar. II. 9. Known realities shifting epistemologies and the literary imagination/Jasbir Jain. 10. Knowledge power and tribal knowledge systems/H.S. Chandalia. 11. Mahasweta Devi's Radali voice of a voiceless community/Malti Agarwal. 12. Decoding gender in literary texts/Sukrita Paul Kumar. 13. Gender and nation feminist interrogations of the discourse of the universal in the poetry of Himani Bannerji and Imtiaz Dharker/Sudha Rai. 14. In pursuit of Indian model of feminism a methodological note/Shrawan K. Sharma. 15. Kakar's interpretive theory of the Indian male ego/Supriya Agarwal. 16. Anita Desai Fire on the mountain/Malashri Lal. 17. Exploring stereotypes a study of Rajinder Singh Bedi's Lajwanti and Gulzar's Dalia/Nibir K. Ghosh. 18. Revisiting motherhood janani by Rinki Bhattacharya/Sunita Agarwal. 19. From orality to narrative representing the aesthetics of the arctic/Jameela Begum. 20. Accept Me As I Am celebration of culture and identity in the poems of Rita Joe/Mini Nanda. 21. A long way from home the art and protest of Taslima Nasrin/Deepa S.P. Mathur. 22. Translating silence the limits of language in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide/Santosh Gupta. 23. Bifocal visioning of the self Jhumpa Lahiri's cultural dialogics/Joya Chakravarty. 24. Continued from pg. 266 Shashi Tharoor's Riot/Mita Kapur. 25. Aesthetics of loss in Kiran Desai's The inheritance of loss/Beena Agarwal. 26. Anesthetizing modernity Hari Kunzru's the impressionist/Charu Mathur. 27. Interrogating the nation from modernist perspective reviewing The Idea of India by Sunil Khilnani/Nidhi Singh. 28. Exploring the urban reality a view on Nissim Ezekiel's poetry/Shaila Mahan. 29. Urbanism a great textual tradition in Indian English poetry/S.K. Agrawal. 30. Interrogating identity and location the poetry of Keki N. Daruwalla/Tanuja Mathur. 31. Nobody gave Gary a valentine Mailer's The Executioner's Song/Arun Soule. 32. Revisiting Jimmy Porter in the Binder's House/Sanjay Kumar. The book Contemporary Interrogations Language and Literature a collection of essays in the honour of Prof. Rajul Bhargava is concerned with various issues and problems related to literature and language. The book is divided into two sections. The first section is related to language which analyzes the need the role of English language in this era of rapid globalization and certain other issues pertaining to language. The second section is concerned with diverse literatures post colonial feministic writing women's writing tribal Dalit writing etc. The book is an attempt to interrogate and explore some of the crucial junctures and co junctures issues and ideas hypotheses and theories texts and contexts in both language and literature. The essays in this volume range from re examining and re evaluating theoretical positions exploring and critiquing different genres of literary writings to analyzing of individual texts. Most of the essays included in this volume have interrogated and explored Indian English literature but a few of them are related to American Canadian and British writers as well. The contributors have interrogated questioned and proposed new paradigms and standards to evaluate and assess literary texts and study various critical concepts ideas forms and Several issues like these. 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 70326

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R Azhagarasan; Bruce Bennett; Mohan Ramanan; R Palanivel; T Sriraman and C Vijayasree

Published by Orient Longman (2008)

ISBN 10: 8125035125 ISBN 13: 9788125035121

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About this Item: Orient Longman, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. On poetry places and inspiration/Susan Bassnett. 2. Reading response and what theory demands/S. Viswanathan. 3. Prolixity and playfulness in the time of late postmodernism/Tutun Mukherjee. 4. Towards a post diasporic literary history/Paul Sharrad. 5. The English teacher in India rethinking the discipline in a globalised world/Mahasweta Sengupta. 6. Postcolonialism and the problem of translation/S. Shankar. 7. English/Kerala the question of the archive (on Vidyasamgraham The Cottayam College Quarterly Magazine July 1864 April 1866)/K. Narayana Chandran. 8. Imperialism's redeeming Idea efficiency in Locke's Second treatise and Conrad's heart of darkness/Nigel Leo Joseph. 9. Imperialism identity Lunacy and death in Rider Haggard's short story Long Odds/Michel Naumann. 10. India through Australian eyes 1850 1950/Bruce Bennett. 11. From Ned Kelly to Don Bradman India Australia and the incongruities of globalisation/Andrew Hassam. 12. The craft of making and breaking responses to tradition/s in A.D. Hope and Agha Shahid Ali/Santosh K. Sareen and Ipsita Sengupta. 13. Cosmopolitanism and the theory of transnationalism Canada and India in Vassanji's stories/Jameela Begum A. 14. Dramatic Pedagogy and pedagogic drama/Sudhakar Marathe. 15. Counterposing exotica and stereotype finding a new context for Sarojini Naidu/Anisur Rahman. 16. Clowning wisely the Rabelaisian way Bakhtinian Carnival in Midnight's children/P. Balaswamy. 17. Text(h)eorizing the region the story of Musalamma/M. Sridhar. 18. Genealogy of ownership social capital and colonial modernity in Fakir Mohan Senapati's Six Acres and a Third/Sachidananda Mohanty. 19. Caste Christianity Karukku/G.J.V. Prasad. 20. Why teach these texts/Alladi Uma. Note on contributors and editors. This festschrift for Professor C.T. Indra offers rich and varied fare. It begins naturally with a series of tributes to and reminiscences of Indra by several of her students colleagues and admirers and modulates into the scholarly world of literary and cultural criticism which Indra has been practising with such distinction for decades now. The tone of these essays ranges from the deeply felt and personal to the most irrepressibly postmodern. The subjects handled are as diverse as the sense of place and how poetry is inspired by it the question of reading and response and their relation to theory the playfulness of postmodernism post diasporic literary history the discipline of English and the English teacher in India globalization and cosmopolitanism transnationalism making and breaking traditions dramatic pedagogy translation the archive imperialism India and Australia India and Canada Bakhtinian discourse the region caste and so on. The authors constitute an international cast and are from India Britain France Australia the United States and Canada. This is truly a magnificent celebration of the scholar adventurer that C.T. Indra is. 244 pp. Seller Inventory # 69425

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edited by M. Sugirtha and C. Subramanian

Published by Serials Publications (2015)

ISBN 10: 8183877095 ISBN 13: 9788183877091

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Women, work, exploitation and health status: a human rights perspective/S.S. Vijayachali. 2. Children at work in automobile workshops: a need for human rights strategies and intervention/E. Arumuga Gandhi. 3. Stigma and discrimination against women living with HIV/AIDS/C. Dhinesh Babu. 4. Judicial responsibility and human rights/T. Balaji. 5. Socio-economic conditions of child labour in hotel industry/P.S. Rajeshwari. 6. Violence against women in India - an analytical approach/G.P. Sudha. 7. Right to information : an international perspective/S. Prabakaran. 8. Protection against human rights violation of women: a global perspective/Suchitra Varma and K. Kottai Rajan. 9. Feminism in India: a quest for gender justice/Smarita Mishra. 10. The challenge of human rights and cultural diversity/P. Ramar. 11. Youth and human rights/S.D. Christopher Chandran and Haans J Freddy. 12. Human rights and prisoners of war/Nithya C. 13. Terrorism and human rights in present scenario/K. Saravanan and G. Krishnamoorthy. 14. Human rights of women's empowerment in the context of HIV and AIDS/A. Sumithira. 15. Status and rights of women in India: a critical analysis/K. Senthilvel and T. Ambika. 16. Human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir/Bashir Ahmad Sheikh and Subash Chandra Bose. 17. Women rights and the United Nations/S. Jameela. 18. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and human rights/D. Radhika. 19. Safeguards for women rights: a constitutional perspective/M. Michelraj. 20. Negative aspects of media: a threat to human rights - an overview/Irene Pearl, T. 21. Human rights violation against women in India/G. Gunaselvi. 22. Human rights violations against children- damaging the future/J. Ramesh Sundar and R. Vidya. 23. Human rights of children - an Indian scenario/S. Kalaivani and M. Nallakaman. 24. Human rights in prison management/A Badarudeen. 25. Constitutional provisions for the protection of human rights/P. Lakshmi and R. Mangayarkarasu. 26. Human rights violations of NRI laborers in UAE/D. Ramakrishnan. 27. Human rights among women through NGO: an overview/R. Ponnuram and T. Murugesan. 28. Human rights and minorities in legal aspects/Kalaichelvi Sivaraman. 29. Democratic India and human rights : issues and perspectives/K. Devandiran. 30. Protection of the right to education of a female child in rural India - a human rights perspective/V. Prabha Sivashankar and Ambedkar. 31. Children and human right's/K. Illakiya. 32. Religion and human rights - a case study of International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF)/Anbumani Arumugam. The book is analytical and examines various aspects of Human Rights. The articles in this volume have given due importance to the core areas of Human Rights - Child rights, Women rights, Role of NGOs in Protecting Human rights, Prisoners' rights, Rights of Labourers and Human Rights in India. This book is indispensable for students, scholars, NGOs, Journalists and policy makers. Seller Inventory # 114826

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Jameela Suhara Beevi, Aarcha Prabhan, Aabha d.s. Aathira

Published by VDM Verlag Dr. M?ller (2010)

ISBN 10: 3639279085 ISBN 13: 9783639279085

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Baiju Natarajan

Published by Marg Pub, Mumbai (2008)

ISBN 10: 818502684X ISBN 13: 9788185026848

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About this Item: Marg Pub, Mumbai, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/Pratapaditya Pal. Introduction/Baiju Natarajan. 1. Thiruvananthapuram City of a horizontal God/Paul Zacharia. 2. Kollam Urbanization in tourism's own landscape/Annapurna Garimella. 3. Alapuzha A hidden fortress made of water/Baiju Natarajan. 4. Kottayam The hills are moist/C.R. Omanakuttan. 5. Kochi The other city/T.V. Sajeev. 6. Thrissur Round and around the town/Nalini Jameela. 7. Palakkad Some threads including the sacred/E.P. Unny. 8. Kozhikode Yesterday and today/M.G.S. Narayanan. 9. Kannur Monumental monolithic/Reshma Bharadwaj and Dileep Raj. In Kerala it is difficult to distinguish cities towns and villages. From Thiruvananthapuram in the South to Kannur in the North it is one suburban stretch at times village like at times city like. As much as 75 per cent of Keralites continue to reside in villages which are fast becoming urban. This book depicts present day life in nine major cities/towns of Kerala through essays specially taken photographs and sketches. Most of the writers are Malayalis and have brought out the very urban semi urban semi rural mix that is a much a part of the Kerala landscape as its coastline forests and plantations. 161 pp. Seller Inventory # 67797

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Dan Ojwang

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ISBN 10: 1137262958 ISBN 13: 9781137262950

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About this Item: Palgrave Macmillan. Hardcover. Condition: New. 288 pages. Dimensions: 8.6in. x 5.6in. x 0.8in.Reading Migration and Culture locates itself within the recent preoccupation in literary studies with modernity, migration and diaspora, and the theories that are deployed in trying to account for them. Its central argument is that global readings of migration in relation to a general postcolonial condition elides local referents of history, social life and geography. East African Asians, a term used to refer to people of sub-continental Indian descent in the region, occupy an important, yet often neglected role, in the history of the former British Empire. Unlike their counterparts in the Caribbean, Fiji and South Africa, they have had a closer connection to the India, which has been an important focus of their imagination. This book examines the local histories and discourses that underpin East African Asian literature against the categories that have evolved for conceptualizing diaspora, especially within postcolonial studies. Its focus is on the cultural codes that diasporic East African Asians have forged in an attempt to come to terms with a history of dislocation and how those codes find form in writing. In probing these issues, it opens up larger questions of alienation, domesticity, material culture, gastropolitics, memory, nationalism and the allegorical construction of gender and sexuality. In a significant sense, this book shows that East African Asian writing is rooted in a fundamental sense of the local East African scene but at the same time draws its identity from a wider cartography that includes the Indian sub-continent, Africa and the Euro-American sites in which the majority of the writers live. Writers covered include M. G. Vassanji, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Nanji Kalidas Mehta, Peter Nazareth, Jameela Siddiqi, Shailja Patel, Bahadur Tejani and Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9781137262950

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Aneet and Ramanjeet Singh

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Acknowledgements. List of contributors. 1. Reliability studies of T.V. products via accelerated life tests methodology and some case studies/G. Chaudhuri. 2. A study of personality factors as determinants of managerial problem solving skill among management students/P.S. James and Poornima Wasdhani. 3. The management strategies to harness resources for greater value of a country a case study of Sri Lanka/Shyamalie Ekanayake and Dhammika Abeysinghe. 4. Seniority based distributed key authentication scheme in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks/Maqsood Razi and Syed Irfan Hyder. 5. KPO next big opportunity for India after BPO/Mohd. Arif. 6. Brand image of Islamic Banks/Tariq Jalees and Raza Kamal. 7. Branding strategy delivering the brand promise in a competitive environment/Anitha Ramachander. 8. Marketing communication a positive way to positive solution/Ramanjeet Singh Rajiv Khosla and Deepti. 9. Web Based Expert System and its components. 10. Moderating role of buying impulsiveness in brand extension evaluation/Kavita Srivastava and Narendra K. Sharma. 11. Issues in retailing/Syed Ali Arshad and Mohd. Wamique Hisam. 12. Crash recovery in mobile environments for thin clients/Salman Abdul Moiz and Lakshmi Rajamani. 13. Customer relationship management convergence platform for technology and marketing/Jameela Bano and Maniza Hijab. 14. Economic valuation of bio diversity towards better environment management an Indian perspective/Snigdha Tripathy. 15. Willingness to change a precursor to a pleasant workplace/Aneet and Navneet Baveja. 16. Evolution of total quality management and its various models/Vineet Singla Dinesh Khanduja and Kiran Jhamb. 17. Human resource practices in private sector a case study on Cadtrium Engineering Solution Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon/K.M. Pandey. 18. An intelligent pricing agent for supply chain management/Geetika Saraf Aseem Vikram and Shilpi Gupta. 19. Empowering HR Systems using emotional intelligence competency models/Zawahir Siddique. 20. Human resource costing and ROI in HRM/R. Ramya. 21. Insight to Project Management global IT perspective/Avinash Kulkarni and Apurva Kulkarni. 22. Competency based HR systems/Ritu Arora Sehgal. 23. Motivation in Indian context (Amalgamation of Eastern and Western Thought)/J.S. Grewal Jaspreet Ahluwalia. 24. Internet marketing and e commerce a proliferation to its professionalism/Shefali Saxena and Shaveta Bhatia. 25. Public health issues and IPR/P.K. Vasudeva. 26. Impact of information technology and leadership change/Bharti Venkatesh. 27. Biometrics identification finger print scan/Shveta Mehta and Mandeep Kaur. 28. Maximizing retail store performance a study of store loyalty/Sudershan Kumar A.S. Bhambra and Preet Kanwal. 29. Application of six sigma/TQM in technical education/Prabhakar Kaushik Vineet Singla and Dinesh Khanduja. 30. Enterprise resource planning a boon or a bane/Anurika Vaish and Pratika Mishra. 31. Online advertisement and consumer concerns Indian scenario/Ravi Kiran and Anupam Sharma. 32. Knowledge management/Parul Gandhi and Rashmi Agrawal. 33. Representation of UML diagrams in memory/Kulpreet Oberoi. 34. Post TRIPs patenting scenario in pharmaceutical industry of India/Ravi Kiran and Sunita Mishra. 35. Identification and measurement of neighbour dependent nucleotide substitution processes/Rajbir Singh Cheema and Dheerajpal Kaur. 36. Compulsive buying behaviour/Tariq Jalees. 37. An assessment of market orientation of pharmaceutical companies registered in Goa/Anna Rovina Ferrao e Fernandes Silvia M. de Mendonca e Noronha. 38. The Era of Retail Revolution contribution to economy/Vaishali Agarwal. 39. Exploring the factors associated with the website success an empirical study/Versha Mehta and Saranpreet Kaur Broca. 40. Multicasting in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETS)/Mohd. Meraj Ahmed and Mohammed Abdul Waheed. 41. A comparative analysis of testing and maintenance process for component based software/Ratneshwer. 42. Technology Management in Semico. Seller Inventory # 70761

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