POLITICS AFTER TELEVISION: Hindu Nationalism and the Reshaping of the Public and India, by Arvind Rajagopal. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, 15.95 British pounds, pp. 393 (paper)

In “Politics after Television,” Arvind Rajagopal presents a theoretically and empirically rich account of the role of television in consolidating Hindu nationalist sentiment in India and in reshaping the very basis upon which political parties garner and mobilize popular support.

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