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Socio-economic vulnerability and neo-liberalism: lessons from Bangladesh
(© 2009, Sage Publication, UK, 2009-11-01)
Based on a case study of an export-oriented Bangladeshi garment company, this article shows how hierarchies of vulnerability have developed in the process of global integration of Bangladesh’s garment industry. Situating ...
Impact of climate change: a study of people living at char
(BRAC Univeristy, 2016)
Factors influencing women’s decision to choose their career
(BRAC University, 2017)
Female employment plays an important role in development of any country. Involvement of women in workforce helps socio-economic progress of a country. Participation of women in work force can change the dynamics of entire ...
Resistance of rap: an ever struggling battlefield in Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2018-12)
The thesis explores the relationship of rap and resistance among youth in urban Bangladesh, situated in a transnational context. I first show how rap, a global phenomenon, becomes localized and gains its resistive nature ...
An account of anxiety and consumption in the Bengali affluent middle class
(Brac University, 2019)
In this research, I attempt to unpack the concept of anxiety surrounding consumption of the Bangladeshi ‘middle class.’ My hypothesis is that class identities of this group are indistinguishably linked with their consumption. ...
The popularity of supernatural entertainment among the young adults in Bangladesh
(Brac University, 2019-09)
‘The Popularity of Supernatural Entertainment among the Young Adults in Bangladesh’, in this particular topic, the substantial role of body and mind behind enjoying the supernatural genre of movies and TV series is ...