How can a critical feminist analysis help us understand the gendered experiences, religiosity, and well-being of women during COVID-19?
What does a sociological study of friendship look like? What are the politics of friendship and how do they relate to our larger political and social systems?
PhD Research Scholar Maria Aishwarya B reviews Motherhood and Choice: Uncommon Mothers, Child Free Women by Amrita Nandy as an ethnography on non-normative motherhood in India.
What is the cast system in India, how has it evolved over time, and what are its implication for social stratification? Read more on caste from an Indian perspective here.
Sociology graduate Abha Awasthi analyzes India's cafe culture, from Starbucks to Vidyarthi Bhavan, through the sociological concept of a "third place."
Do I need to learn sociology research methods? What are applied sociology research methods? What are the best sociology research methods classes?
What is Gandhi's concept of swaraj? What did Gandhiji mean by Swaraj? What about Gandhi on swaraj and India's future? Learn more!
Applied Worldwide contributor Adhrish Chakraborty writes about the digital gender divide in India, drawing on sociological insight to explain the divide.
Applied Worldwide contributor Maria Aishwarya B gives us social science insight on migration research. Including climate-change induced migration.
Adhrish Chakraborty explains Aurobindo's theory of Spiritual Nationalism. Politics, workers, boycotts, India's freedom and more.