The thesis offer a critical examination of the infrastructure of postmodernity and how it slowly erodes the boundaries of the nation-state and sense of national identity. In doing so, the thesis examins a typology of ''postmodern phenomena'' and shows that only postmodernity (with an emphasis on ''ity'' at the end) provides objective and measureable conditions and parameters that underline the subsumption of industrial capitalism, and its unit of collective identity i.e. the Nation-State into post industrial or digital capitalism, with its global remit. The work critically demonstrates that the time and space of the nation-state belong to the Modern period and industrial capitalism.
|Number of Pages||180|
|Country of Manufacture||India|
|Product Brand||LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing|
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