Sociology graduate Abha Awasthi analyzes India's cafe culture, from Starbucks to Vidyarthi Bhavan, through the sociological concept of a "third place."
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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.
Applied Worldwide blogger Bijon Chakraborty writes about India after COVID-19 and the country's changing landscape toward a social recession.
Sociologist Maria Aishwarya B writes about the social construction of womanhood, sexuality, and gender justice in religion from a sociological perspective.
Applied Worldwide contributor Adhrish Chakraborty writes about India's vaccine shortage and the role—or failure—of the government in preventing the shortage.
Sociological Essay about access to public space in India written by Ritika Varshney, a student at Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University.