‘The paradox of choice in a globalised culture’

Anand Giridharadas in International Herald Tribune:

“Societies are not monolithic blocks that go global all at once. Social change has early and late adopters, and the choices of the timely alter the options among which the tardy must subsequently choose. And so a defining fact about globalisation may be that it has freed untold millions from inherited destinies, even as it makes others feel as though their control over fate is slipping away.”

Read the full article: In India, the paradox of ‘choice’ in a globalised culture 

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