Knowing Differently: Innovation and Sustainable Development

Published By: eSocialSciences, Mumbai, India | Published Date: September , 2016

If the production and transmission of new knowledge is to have a genuine innovative edge, it must be recognised that this is intrinsically a political act: inherently critical and subversive. There must be discontent with the social status quo. Spaces for such an attitude to be nurtured are fast vanishing. As social scientists, can we postulate any form of innovation that is desirable, which can meet these contemporary global challenges?

Author(s): Raghav Rajagopalan | Posted on: Oct 06, 2016 | Views() | Download (203)


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