Chakrabarti, Anindita "Initiation,'Re-birth' and the Emergent Congregation: An Analysis of the Svadhyaya Movement in Western India",in/Ritual Matters:Dynamic Dimensions in Practice/, edited by Christiane Brosius and Ute Hüsken, London: Routledge.

Chakrabarti, Anindita "Soteriological Journeys and Discourses of Self-Transformation: the Tablighi Jamaat and Svadhyaya in Gujarat" in /South Asian History and Culture/(Routledge).

Mathur, Somesh K. Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Enhancing Cooperation in South Asia in MS Bhat and A Illian edited book entitled Information Technology in the Indian Economy, New Century Publications, Delhi

Bhushan, B. & Kumar J. S. Emotional distress and posttraumatic stress in children: The impact of direct indirect exposure. Journal of Loss & Trauma, Vol.14 (1), 2009, 35-45.

Krishnan, L. Deservingness  in Justice and ‘Giving’ (Daanam). In Girishwar Misra (Editor). Psychology and Psychoanalysis. Centre for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi, 2009.

L. Krishnan, P. Varma & V. Pandey, Reward and Punishment Allocation in the Indian culture. Psychology and Developing Societies, Vol. 1, 2009.

S. Mathur, De-Scribing the Indian Woman: New Autobiographical Ventures by Indian Women Writers in English.  Germinal: Journal of the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies (University of Delhi), Vol. 5 ,2008-09,  46-55.

Notes on Contemporary Literature, Vol.39.2 (March 2009), 2-4.

S. Saha Cross-Country Analysis of the Effect of Political Institutions on Public Good  Provision. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol.3, Issue 11, March 2009.

P. Swarnkar, & Sharma, A. K. Understanding Environmental Crisis: Locating Common Grounds in Principles and Practices Between Deep and Social Ecologists.  In Samir Dasgupta (Editor). Understanding the Global Environment. Dorling Kindersley, New Delhi, 2009. pp. 118-136.

Gupta, N. & Sharma, A. K. Triple Burden on Women Academic Education Scientists. In Neelam Kumar (Editor) Women and Science in India: A Reader. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009.

Anindita Chakrabarti, "Judicious Succession and Judicial Religion:Internal Conflict and Legal Dispute in a Religious Reform Movement in India", in/Permutations of Order : Religion and Law as Contested Sovereignties/, edited by Bertram Turner and Thomas Kirsch , London : Ashgate.

B. Bhushan & J. S.Kumar.  The psychological impact of media exposure to 2004 Tsunami: A study of emotional distress and posttraumatic stress in adolescents. The Journal of Clinical Psychology and Human Development, Vol 13, 2008, 1-11.

B. Bhushan & S. R. Sapru, Handedness, Hinduism, and sculpture: Searching for evidence of lateralization, Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, & Cognition, Vol 13 (4), 2008, 320-332.

B. Bhushan, A. Prakash & R. Gupta, Lateralization pattern in patients with schizophrenia and depression, Internet Journal of Medical Update, Vol 3 (2), 2008, 13-21.

N. Kumar & B. Bhushan, Can personality dimensions predict emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication? Journal of Psychosocial Research, Vol 3 (2), 2008, 205-214.

M. Chandran, “Flood Tides of Language and Submerged Communication: Language and its Inadequacy in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide”, in Binod Mishra and P. J. Paul Dhanasekaran (eds.) Inventing Ties and Bonds in English: Diasporic Literary Consciousness Delhi: Author’s Press, 2008.

M. Chandran, ‘Conquest’ - Translation of VKN’s Malayalam short story “Digvijayam”, Indian Literature:   Vol LII,  No.4, July – August 2008.

M. Chandran,  Not Lost in Translation: ‘Chemmeen’ on Alien Shores. Translation Today. Vol 4, Nos. 1 & 2: 2007.

A. Khan, N. K. Sharma,  & S. Dixit,  Cognitive Load and Task Condition in Event- and Time-Based Prospective Memory: An Experimental Investigation, The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied42 (5), 2008, 517 – 532.

S. Dixit & A. S. Maurya,  Lay Understanding of Mental Health and Illness: A Social Representations Approach. Psychological Studies, 53 (1), 2008, 34 – 40.

M. Mishra, A. K. Sharma,& S. Dixit,  Conceptualisation of Health and Illness: A Study of Social Representations among Bondos of Orissa. Psychology and Developing Societies, 20 (1), 2008, 1 – 26.

Jha, M. The Elderly in a Rights framework: Beyond Tradition, Law or Economics.  Indian Journal of Gerontology. Vol. 23 (1), 100-110.

L. Krishnan, & V. R. Manoj,  'Giving' as a Theme in the Indian Psychology of Values.  In K. R. Rao, A. C. Paranjpe, & A. K. Dalal (Eds.), Handbook of Indian Psychology (pp. 363-385). New Delhi: Foundation Books, an imprint of Cambridge University Press, 2008.

A. Madan,“The sociology of merit”, pp 346-359 in Sukhadeo Thorat and Narender Kumar (eds.) In search of inclusive policy: Addressing graded inequality, Jaipur: Rawat & New Delhi: Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, 2008.

S. K. Mathur,Globalization Process and South Asia: Opportunities and Challenges and Strategies for Global Governance. In K.R. Gupta (Editor). Liberalization & Globalization of Indian Economy. Atlantic Publisher, New Delhi, 2008.

S. K. Mathur,TRIPS and Safeguard Mechanism: Impact of Mailbox Applications on Affordability and Accessibility of Essential Medicines in Post 2005 Phase.  South Bulletin. (South Centre, Geneva, Switzerland). November  2008, Issue 26.

S. K. Mathur,  ICT Productivity Across Nations Using DEA and Malmquist Indices. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual APEA(Asia Pacific Economic Association) Meeting, Beijing, China December 13-14, 2008.

G. Neelakantan, Philip Roth’s ‘Nostalgia for the Yiddishkayt’ and the New Deal Idealisms in ‘The Plot Against America’.  Philip Roth Studies, Fall 2008.

G. Neelakantan,"'Lost Country': Themes  of  Exile  in  Tillie Olsen's Hey Sailor,  What  Ship?" in  Short Story Criticism, Vol. 103  Thomson Gale, January 2008, 251-253.

Notes on Contemporary  Literature, 38.2 (March 2008): 4-6.

S. Venkatesan,  & Neelakantan, G. Morrison’s ‘Sula.’ The Explicator, Vol. 66.2 (Winter 2008),113-115.

B. K. Pattnaik,  Indigenous Vision for a Sound Environmental and Ecological Future. In Deepak Behera and Georg Pfeffer (Editors), Identity Intervention and Ideology in Tribal India and Beyond. Concept Publishing Company New Delhi, 2008, pp.321-333.

B. K. Pattnaik,  Ecological Bases of Indian Traditions: Search for an Indigenous Vision.  In K R. Gupta, K. Bosselman and P. Maiti. (Editors) Global  Environment : Problems and Policies, Vol.4. Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi, 2008. pp. 25-54.

P. M. Prasad,  Consumerism and the Liability Rules: Economics Perspective. In Consumer Protection in India: Problems and Prospects. IIPA, New Delhi, 2008.

K. R. Priya,  Ethnography for socially relevant psychology: An illustrative overview. The Social Engineer, 2008, 11(2), 54-66.

T. Ravichandran,"Green Dove in the Shrine: Ecoconcerns in Stephen Gill's Shrine."The Stephen Gill Gazette, Canada.  On line publication.  January 2008. [] []

T. Ravichandran,  “Grecian Urn in Garbage Can”: The Postmodern Disabling of Ethics, Aesthetics and Axiology. In A. F. Mathew (Editor). Postmodernism, Globalisation and the Media. MICA Publications, Ahmedabad , 2008. pp. 115-123.

T. Ravichandran, "Green Dove in the Shrine:  Ecoconcerns in Stephen Gill's Shrine. In Nilanshu Kumar (Editor). Discovering Stephen Gill: A Collection of Papers and Articles. Authors Press, Delhi , 2008. pp.  25-34.

T. Ravichandran,  Chiba Consuming America: The Local Toppling the Global in Postmodern Science Fiction. From Global to Glocal: The Future of American Studies--Proceedings of the 43rd American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK)'s International Conference, Seoul National University, Seoul, 24-25 October 2008, pp.134-140.

T. Ravichandran,  Games Doctors Play: Remedy as Cybernetic Strategy in Postmodern Fiction.American, British and Canadian Studies (ABC Journal): Jubilee Edition Vol. 10, July 2008, 198-208.

A. K. Sharma, Understanding Environmental Crisis: Locating Common Grounds in Principles and Practices between Deep and Social Ecologists, in Understanding Global Environment, Dasgupta, Samir (ed.), Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2008.

B. Bhushan,“Cognitive performance and brain damage: evidence from matching task study”, in Psychology matters: Development, Health and Organization. Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2007.

B. Bhushan & Kumar, J. S. Emotional distress and posttraumatic stress in children surviving the 2004 tsunami. Journal of Loss & Trauma, Vol.12; 3, 2007, pp. 245-257.

B. Bhushan & Hussain D. Posttraumatic growth: Theory, research, & issues, Psychological Studies, Vol. 52:1, 2007, pp. 45-53.

M. Chandran, “Rabbit Hunt.” Translation of N. S. Madhavan’s Malayalam short story “Muyalvetta”, Translation. Translation Studies journal of University of California Santa Barbara: Vol. 2, 2007.

A. Khan, N. K.Sharma, & Dixit, S. Relationship between prospective and retrospective memory: A questionnaire based study, Psychological Studies, 52 (2), 2007, 134-137.

Dixit, S., Mehrotra, A. & Singh, R. Role of Religiosity and Spirituality in Health and Illness: Issues and Research Directions. In S. Malhotra, P. Batra and A.Yadava (Eds.), Health Psychology: Psychosocial perspective. Commonwealth Publishers, Delhi.

Pattanaik, D. & Jha, M. “Knowledge and Identity Among the Indigenous People.” In The Oriental Anthropologist, Vol. 7, No. 2. July 2007, pp. 199-212.

Krishnan, L. Attitudes and social cognition.   In Psychology Textbook for Class XII, pp. 106-128. New Delhi: NCERT, 2007.

Krishnan, L. Peer commentary II  (On the Prayag Magh Mela papers). Psychological Studies,  52 (4),  325-327, 2007.

Krishnan, L. Peer commentary (on Indians’  Mindsets and the Conditions that  evoke them by J. B. P.  Sinha & Ashish Pandey). Psychological Studies, 52(1), 16 – 17, 2007.

Madan, A. “The anthropology of merit”, pp 129-131 in Rama Sharma, et al. (ed.) Higher Education at Crossroads: Issues & Challenges, Udaipur: Apex, 2007.

Madan, A. “Sociologizing Merit”, Economic and Political Weekly, vol 42, no 29, July 21, 2007, pp 3044-3050.

Mathur, S. "From British “Pride” to Indian “Bride”: Mapping the Contours  of a Globalised Post Colonialism." M/C Journal 10.2 (2007). 07 May, 2007.

Neelakantan, G. "Secrecy and Self-Invention: Philip Roth's Postmodern Identity  in The Human Stain."International Fiction Review, 34 (2007): 27- 39.

Neelakantan, G. Review of Everyman, by Philip Roth. Houghton Mifflin, 2006 in Shofar 25.4 (Summer 2007): 168- 170.

Neelakantan, G. "Forever Fearful of a Crash": Family Vis-a-vis Materialism in Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections.” Notes on Contemporary Literature, 37.4 (September 2007): 6-9.

Neelakantan, G. "Toni Morrison's Quarrel with Civil Rights Ideology in Love. "International Fiction Review, 34 (2007): 139- 146.

Pattnaik, B. K. Career Choice and Research Performance:  A study among Indian academic scientists, in Samuel A Kugel (ed.) The Problems of Scientists and Scientific Groups Activity, Vol. XXIII, St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russia, 2007, pp.82-96.

Pattnaik, B. K. Scientist as Interlocutor Between Science and Society:  Two Biographical Studies from the Indian state of Orissa, (With   Subhasis  Sahoo), Published in the Indian Journal of History of Sciences, March, 2007, Published by the Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi. pp. 47-72.

Prasad, P. M. "Environmental Protection: The Role of Regulatory System in India" inEcology and Human Well-Being edited by Pushpam Kumar and B. Sudhkara Reddy, Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2007, pp. 303-332.

Priya, K. R. Healing as facilitated by socio-centric health beliefs: An ethnographic account of the survivors in post-earthquake rural Kachchh. Eastern Anthropologist (June, 2007).

Raina, A. M., Bannerjee & Karnick, H. “Pragmatising Lexical Semantics.” Bhasha Chintan, Vol. 2, 2007: 1-23.

Ravichandran, T. "Colonial Chromosomes and Postcolonial Genes: Hybrid Metros in the Making of India”, in Somdatta Mandal (ed.) The Indian Imagination: Colonial and Postcolonial Literature and CultureNew Delhi: Creative Books, 2007, pp. 144-153.

Ravichandran, T. "The Mind and the Body Matrix in Cyberpunk," Kansei: Developments and Applications--Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Advanced Technology (ISAT).  Tokyo, Japan: Kogakuin University (Tokyo Urban Tech), November 4 - 6, 2007.  pp. 9-12.

Sharma, A. K. Population and Development: Participatory Perspective, in Verma, R.B.S., Manoj Kumar Agarwal and Raj Kumar Singh (eds.), Socio-economic Development and Population Dynamics in India, New Royal Book Co., Lucknow, 2007.

Sharma, A. K. Theorizing Social Movements: Need for a New Hermeneutics in Gandhian

Bhushan, B. & Khan, S.M. Laterality and accident proneness: A  study of locomotive drivers. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, & Cognition, 11:5, 2006: 395-404.

Bhushan, B. A half gateway to the whole: Evidence from face study. Gestalt Theory, 28:3, 2006: 308-315.

Bhushan, B. Human factor issues in civil and defence sectors: Recent trends in psychology. In U. Kumar, S. Mukherjee, & V. Prakash (Eds.) Recent Developments in Psychology, Defence Institute of Psychological Research, New Delhi, 2006, pp. 101-114.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Computation and Cognition: Looking through the Philosophical Lense’, Directions (The Magazine of IIT Kanpur), Volume 7, Number 3, February 2006, pp. 70-74.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Inscription as Incantation: Literature as Incarnation of Human Subjectivity’, in Supriya Chaudhury (ed.), Literature and Philosophy: Essaying Connections (Kolkata: Papyrus, 2006), pp. 22-45.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Introduction: Objectivity in Social Understanding (Part I); Tradition and Culture (Part II)’, in Bijoy H Boruah & Ramashanker Misra (eds.), Social Reality and Tradition (Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2006), pp. 11-34.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Literature and the Limits of Language’, in Franson Manjali (ed.), Poststructuralism and Cultural Theory: The Linguistic Turn and Beyond (New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 2006), pp. 9-22.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Pain in the Neck of a Theory of Meaning’, in R.C. Pradhan (ed.), Mind and Language, Vol. 1: A Western Perspective (New Delhi: Decent Books, 2006), pp. 18-44.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Social Reality and Social Theory’, in Bijoy H Boruah & Ramashanker Misra (eds.), Social Reality and Tradition (Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2006), pp.137-146.

Boruah, Bijoy H. ‘Virtue Metaphysics and Consciousness’, in Chong Kim-Chong and Yuli Liu (eds.), Conceptions of Virtue: East and West (Singapore: Marshall Cavendish, 2006), pp. 176-197.

Dixit, S. Social Representations: An Emerging Perspective on Collective Nature of Human Thought. In U. Kumar (Ed.), Recent Developments in Psychology (pp. 256 -269). Defence Institute of Psychological Research, Defence Research and Development Organization, Delhi, 2006.

Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 32 (1), 2006:.37- 42.

Jha, Munmun. Human Development in a Rights Framework. In Human Development: Concept and Issues in the Context of Globalization, edited by S. K. Pant. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2006, pp. 41-63.

Jha, Munmun. Ideology, Violence and the Human Rights Movement. In  The Indian Journal of Political Science, Volume 67, Number  4, October-December 2006, pp. 679-694.

Jha, Munmun. Language Dominance and Rights. In Globalization: Language, Culture and Media, edited by B. N. Patnaik and Imitaz Hasnain. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2006, pp. 71-78.

Jha, Munmun. Remembering Peter Benenson: Amnesty’s Founder. Freedom First, Number 470, July 2006, pp. 31-34.

Krishnan, L. & Carment, D.W.. Senior/Junior recipient status and reward allocation in India and Canada. Psychology & Developing Societies, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2006: 15-35.

Krishnan, L. Teacher lessons. In V. Kirpal (Ed.) Secrets of Good Teaching, Hyderabad : ICFAI University Press, 2006, pp. 63 -75.

Neelakantan, G. "Family and Parenting in Toni Morrison's Love." Notes on Contemporary Literature, 36. 4 (September 2006): 9- 10 (with Sathyaraj, V).

Neelakantan, G. "Toni Morrison's Depiction of the City in Jazz." Notes on Contemporary Literature, 36.1 (January 2006): 14-16  (with Joe V. Yeldho).

Neelakantan, G. Abstract of Conference Presentation Philip Roth’s Nostalgiafor the Yiddishkayt in The Plot Against America. Ed. Joe Kraus, Philip Roth Newsletter, 4.1 (Spring 2006): 5-6.

Neelakantan, G. Rev. of Everyman, by Philip Roth. Houghton Mifflin, 2006 in Shofar 25.4 (Summer 2007): 168- 170. E-copy is available at <>.

Pattnaik, B. K. Producitivity Issues in In-House R&D Units: An empirical Enquiry in Indian metal Industry, published in Producitivity and Quality A Multidisciplinary Perspective, (with Shikha Suman) Edited by V Upadhyaya, A Sharma, S Sharma, S K Jain, and D J Sumanth, Tata McGraw-Hill publishing Co, New Delhi, 2006, pp.95-105.

Pattnaik, B. K. Science Popularization Movement in Orissa, mid-20th Century Onward: A Sociological Analysis, (with Subhasis Sahoo), International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 43. No. 2006, pp. 211-244.

Prasad, P. M.  WTO and Its Implications for Sustainable Development: The Role of Engineers Directions (Interface between Economics and Technology), Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Vol. 7 (4), May, 2006, pp. 86- 91.

Prasad, P. M. "Environmental Protection: The Role of Regulatory System in India", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 41, Number 13, April 1, 2006: 1278-1288.

Rath, B. "Reformation Strategy for the key Infrastructure Sector in Uttar Pradesh calls for Public Private P artnership (PPP)", Convention Journal of Lucknow Management Association, volume 2, No. 1, October, 2006, pp 28-45.

Rath, B. "Water Crisis Deepens, World Body Responds and Government of India Enacts". Direction, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur , Vol. 7, No. 4, May, 2006, pp 66-75.

Rath, B. & Jena P.R. "Growth Determinants of Orissa and their Implications for Future Development of the State". Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 61, No.2, April-June, 2006, pp 200-217.

Sahu , N.C. & Rath, B. "Does Socio-Economic Heterogeneity Matter in the Community Based Forest Resource Management? An Empirical Investigation from Orissa". International Journal of Environment and Development, Vol. 3 No.1, June, 2006, pp.35-43.

Ravichandran, T. "Cybernetic Culture in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Creative Forum: Special Issue on Popular Culture Studies, Vol. 19, No. 1-2, January- December 2006, pp. 123-130.

Ravichandran, T. "The Entropic California in Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49."  LITERA: Journal of Western Literature, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2006, pp. 59-70. [Issue published in July 2007].

Sharma, A. K. “HIV and Law in India:  Need for an Act of Parliament to Protect the Vulnerable and Related Issues", Population Review, 45: 2, 2006, pp. 72-84.

Sharma, A. K. “I Don’t Know what my Designation is: Classifying Indian Software Workers”, Proceedings of Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 2005, Association for Information Systems, [accessed on 22 February, 2006]. Also at [accessed on 22 February, 2006]. (jointly with P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan).

Sharma, A. K. “National Population and Health Policy", in Pandey, Arvind (ed.), Aspects of Health and Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2006.

Sharma, A. K. “Public Private Partnership in HIV/AIDS", Convention Journal: Public Private Partnership – Issues & Strategies, Lucknow Management Association, 2:1, 2006, pp. 50 – 57 (jointly with Rita Singh).

Sharma, A. K. “Should Social Scientists Use Statistical Methods?", The Eastern Anthropologist, 59:1, January-March, 2006, pp.103 -114 (jointly with Shikha Dixit).

Sharma, A. K. “Situating Pop Bhangra in Globalization: A Note on the Globalization Thesis", in Patnaik, B. N. and S. Imtiaz Hasnain (eds.), Globalization: Language, Culture and Media, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Rashtrapati Nivas, Shimla, 2006, pp. 271 - 281.

Sharma, A. K. “Social Representations of Health and Illness among Women", in Pandey, Arvind (ed.), Aspects of Health and Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2006 (jointly with Shikha Dixit and Mamta Misra).

Sharma, A. K. “Sustainable Development: Shift from Population to Cultural Paradigm", in Chaudhury, Sukant K. (ed.), Culture, Ecology and Sustainable Development, Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2006, pp. 75 – 97.

Sharma, A. K., Dixit, S., and Misra, M. Social Representations of Health and Illness Among Women: Some Issues. In A Pandey (Ed.), Biostatistical Aspects of Health and Population (pp. 197-203). Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2006.

Sharma, A. K. and Dixit S. Should Social Scientists Use Statistical Methods? The Eastern Anthropologist, 59 (1), Jan-March 2006, 103 -114.

Singh S. K. and Sharma R. Does the Choice of Market Structure Measure Matter? Evidence from the Indian Car Industry, The ICFAI Journal of Industrial Economics 3(1), 2006: 7-22.

Singh S. K. Demand for Telephones in India: 1950-51 to 2015-16, NICE Journal of Business 1(2), 2006: 15-30.

Singh S. K. Future Mobility in India: Implications for Energy Demand and CO2 Emission, Transport Policy 13(5), 2006: 398-412.

Singh S. K. Information Technology and Economic Development of India, Productivity 47(1-2), 2006: 1-8.

Singh S. K. Information Technology in India: Present Status and Future Prospects for Economic Development, Directions 7(4), 2006: 5-14.

Singh S. K. The demand for road-based passenger mobility in India: 1950-2030 and relevance for developing and developed countries, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 6(3), 2006: 247-274.

Chandran, Mini. Distant Flutter of a Butterfly: The Indian Response to The Last Temptation. Scandalizing Jesus: The Last Temptation of Christ Fifty Years on. Ed. Darren J. Middleton. New York: Continuum, 2005.

Psychology and Developing Societies, 17(1), 2005: 1-18.

Dixit, S. The Common Conceptualization of Mental Health: A Qualitative Investigation of Categories of Meaning. In Social Dimensions of Health, In A.K.Dalal and S.Ray (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Health, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2005, pp. 53 - 68.

Jha, Munmun. Children in Need: The Role of Helplines. In Indian Journal of Social Research, Volume 46, Number 2, 2005, pp. 89-100. (With N. K. Sharma)

Madan, A. "Between love, domination and reason: Civic education and its 'Others' in central India", Contemporary Education Dialogue, Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 2005, pp 170-192.

Neelakantan, G. "'Dragon Daddies and False-Hearted Men'": Patriarchy in Toni Morrison's Love." Notes on Contemporary Literature, 35.5, November, 2005: 2-4 (with Sathyaraj, V)

Pattnaik, B. K. Changing Trends of Technological Research in Post-Globalization India, in the Productivity, (A quarterly Journal of the National Productivity Council) Vol. 45, No. 4, Jan-March 2005, pp. 534-42.

Pattnaik, B. K. Ecological Bases of Indian Traditions: Search for an Indigenous Vision, in the Eastern Anthropoligist (Journal of the Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society), Special number, Vol. 58, Numbers. 3-4, July-December 2005, pp 419-439.

Pattnaik, B. K. Effectiveness of Grassroots NGOs: An Empirical Exploration (with B Panda) in MAN and DEVELOPMENT (An International Quarterly), June 2005, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, pp. 39-66.

Pattnaik, B. K. IMpact of Globalization on the Technological Regime in India: Aspects of Change, in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2005, Brill Academic Publisher, pp. 63-82.

Pattnaik, B. K. Perceiving the Role of Grassroots NGOs: From the Vantage of New Social Movement Perspective, (with B. Panda) in the Social Change, September, 2005, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 1-24.

Raina, Achla M. "Complex Predicates in the Generative Lexicon", Bouillon, Pierrette and Kanzaki, Kyoko (eds.), Proceedings of GL'2005, Third International Workshop on Generative Approaches to the Lexicon, School of Translation and Interpretation, University of Geneva, Switzerland, 2005: 210-221.

Raina, Achla M., Ankit Soni and A. Mukerjee. Towards Frame-Semantic Analysis of Hindi Corpora, Basu, A. and U. N. Singh (eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Indian Morphology, Phonology and Language Engineering (SIMPLE-05, IIT Kharagpur), Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, 2005.

Mukerjee, A., Achla M. Raina, Pushpraj Shukla. "Universal Networking Language: A Tool for Language Independent Semantics", Cardenosa, J., A. Gelbukh and E. Tovar (eds.), Universal Networking Language: Advances in Theory and Applications, IPN, Mexico, 2005: 145-154.

Somsukla Banerjee, Achla M. Raina and Harish Karnick. "Lexical Organisation and Access of Code-mixed Collocations", Ooi, Vincent B. Y. et al. (eds.), Words in Asian Cultural Context, ASIALEX 2005, National University of Singapore, 2005: 22-26.

Rath, B. & Jena P.R. "A study of Changing Patterns of Energy Consumption and Energy Efficiency in the Indian Manufacturing Sector". In V. Upadhyay (Ed) "Productivity and Quantity: A Multidisciplinary Perspective", 2005, pp. 964-979.

Rath, B., Jena P. R., & Sahu , N. C. "Does Trade Liberalization Create Pollution Haven? The Indian Experience". International Journal of Environment and Development, Vol. 2 No. 2, (2005), pp. 253-270.

Ravichandran, T. "From Resistance to Acceptance:  A Wriggling Journey Between Despair and Hope in Rohinton Mistry's Such a Long Journey," Protest and Aftermath in Post-War Literature in English, eds. Urbashi Barat and Neelanjana Pathak.  Jaipur: Surabhi Publications, 2005, 160-170.

Ravichandran, T. "The Subversions/Sub-versions of Text and Self in Susan Sontag's The Benefactor," Contemporary Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice: Vol. I, ed. N. D. R. Chandra.  Delhi: Authorspress, 2005, pp. 101-116.

Sharma, A. K. “Dilemmas of Sustainable Development in India” in Srivastava, D. C. (ed.), Readings in Environmental Ethics: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2005, pp.227-240 (jointly with P. Vigneswara Ilawarsan).

Sharma, A. K. “Institutions of Rural Development and Challenges for Reforms: A Case Study of Land Reclamation Projects in UP”, Proceedings of Conference on Policy in Practice: Designing and Promoting Effective Institutions, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, 23-25 September 2005 (jointly with Rita Singh).

Sharma, A. K. “Perspectives on Health, Illness and Wellbeing: An Agenda for Future Research", in  Dalal, A. K. and Subha Ray (eds.) Social Dimensions of Health, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2005, pp. 89-104.

Singh S. K. Costs, Economies of Scale and Factor Demand in Urban Bus Transport: An Analysis of Municipal Transport Undertakings in India, International Journal of Transport Economics XXXII(2), 2005: 171-194.

Singh S. K. Review of Urban Transportation in India, Journal of Public Transportation 8(1), 2005: 79-97.

Jain, A. K., & Sinha, A. K. General Health in Organizations: Relative Relevance of Emotional Intelligence, Trust, and Organizational Support. International Journal of Stress Management, 12 (3), 2005: 257-274.

Chandran, Mini, “Obscenity and Offence in Ulysses”, The Atlantic Literary Review, Vol.5, No.1-2, 2004, pp. 18-26.

Dixit, Shikha.,  “Meaning and Explanations of Mental Illness: A Social Representations Approach”, Psychology and Development Societies, Vol. 17 No.1, 2004.

Dixit, Shikha.,  “The Common Conceptualization of Mental Health: A Qualitative Investigation of Categories of Meaning”, Proceedings of the National Seminar on Social Dimensions of Health, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2004

Jha, M., “Morality, Legality and Human Rights: Gandhi and Ambedkar in a Rights Framework”, Gandhi Marg, Volume 26, No.3, Oct-Dec. 2004, pp. 293-304.

Krishnan, L. “Attitudes, Social Cognition and Justice”, J. Pandey (ed.), Psychology in India revisited – Development in the Discipline, Volume 3, Applied Social and Organizational Psychology. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2004.

Mathur, Suchitra., “Caught Between the Goddess and the Cyborg: Third World Women and the Politics of Science in Three Works of Indian Science Fiction”, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Vol. 39, No.3, 2004, pp. 119-138.

Neelakantan, G., “Monster in Newark: Philip Roth’s Apocalypse in American Pastoral.”Spec. Issue on Philip Roth, Studies in American Jewish Literature, Vol.23, 2004, pp. 55-66.

Patnaik, B. N. “Ancient Indian and Modern Generative Linguistics: Some Comparative Observations.” In Linguistics: Theoretical and Applied (A festschrift for Ruqaiya Hasan), edited byO. N. Koul and Imtiaz Hasnain. Indian Institute of Language Studies. New Delhi: Creative Books,  2004.

Pattnaik, B. K. “Aspects of Changes in the Technological Regime in India under Globalization.” In Development in India under Whom and Where, edited by N. K. Grouha and Diwakar Sharma. New Delhi: Book City Publications, 2004. pp. 54-67.

Prasad, P. M. “Environmental Protection: The Role of Liability System in India.” Economic and Political Weekly 39 3 (2004): 257-269.

Raina, Achala M, Amitabha Mukerjee, Pushpraj Shukla,  “A Unified Computational Lexicon for Hindi-English Code-switching”, Rajeev Sangal and S.M. Bendre (eds.) Natural Language Processing, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2004, pp.185-194.

Raina, Achla. M. “Optimality of Language Design.” In Linguistics: Theoretical and Applied (A festschrift for Ruqaiya Hasan), edited by O.N. Koul and Imtiaz Hasnain. Indian Institute of Language Studies. New Delhi: Creative Books, 2004.

Raina, Achla M, Himanshu Gupta, Kumar Gaurav, Amitabha Mukerjee, “Incorporating Pragmatic-Semantic Domain Lexicons for Converting Arithmetic Word Problem”, Rajeev Sangal and S.M. Bendre (eds.), Natural Language Processing, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2004, pp. 275-279.

Raina, Achla M., “Semantic Underspecification in Hindi Complex Predicates”, in R.M.K. Sinha (ed.) Proceedings of International Symposium on Machine Translation, NLP & TSS (iSTRANS-2004), Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi. 2004

Raina, Achla M., Somshukla Banerjee, H. Karnick, B. N Patnaik, “English Hindi Contrastive Polysemies”, in R.M.K. Sinha (ed.) Proceedings of International Symposium on Machine Translation, NLP & TSS (iSTRANS-2004), Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2004.   

Raina, Achla M., Amitabha Mukerjee, Pushpraj Shukla, Sumit Kumar, “Learning Semanticality Constraints from Annoted Corpora”, in R.M.K. Sinha (ed.) Proceedings of International Symposium on Machine Translation, NLP & TSS (iSTRANS-2004), Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2004.

Raina, Achla M., Pushpraj Shukla, Amitabha Mukerjee, “Towards a Language Independent Encoding of Documents: A Novel Approach to Multilingual Question Answering”, Bernadette Sharp (ed.), Natural Language Understanding and Cognitive Science, INSTICC Press, Portugal, 2004, pp.116-125.

Raina, Achla M., Prateek Jain, Manav Mittal, Sumeet Kumar, A Mukerjee, “Anaphora Resolution in Multi-Person Dialogue”, Michael Strube and Candy Sidner (ed.) Proceedings of the 5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Assoication for computational Linguistics, Boston, Cambridge, 2004, pp. 47-51.

Rath, B., "Technological Advancement as a Threat to Human Value System",  K. M. Mohapatra, (ed.), Technology, Environment  and Human Value: A Metaphysical Approach to Sustainable Development, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp  27-38, 2004.

Rath, B. and N.C. Sahu, “Revitalisation/ Renovation of Common Property Resource (CPR) Potentials as an Alternative Economy of Orissa”, in R. K. Panda (ed.) Reviving Orissa Economy: Opportunities and Areas of Action, APH  Publishing Co., New Delhi, 2004, pp183-207.

Rath, B., “Self-help Groups and Rural Non-Farm Employment Opportunities”, Rohini Nayyar & Alakh N Sharma (ed.) Rural  Transformation in India: the Role of Non-farm Sector, Institute For Human Development, New Delhi, 2004, pp 447-461 .

Rath, B. Rath and N.C. Sahu, “Export-Growth Causality: An Empirical Investigation during Pre & Post Liberalisation Period in India”, Orissa Economic Journal, Vol.  XXXVI, 2004, pp.45-58.

Rath, B. and S. K. Acharya, “Comparison between Government Forestry Project and Social Forestry Project: A Case Study from Orissa”, Boppana Nagarjuna (ed.) Economic Reforms and Perspective, Serial Publications, New Delhi, 2004, pp-593-621.

Ravichandran, T. “Entrapments at Home and Abroad in Anita Desai’s Fasting, Feasting,” Mohit K. Ray & Rama Kundu (eds.), Studies in Women Writers in English, pp. 188-197, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 2004.

Ravichandran, T. “Anita Desai’s Cry, the Peacock: A Male Point of View,” Mohit K. Ray & Rama Kundu (eds.), Studies in Women Writers in English, pp. 159-166, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 2004.

Ravichandran, T. “Ingestion, Digestion and Revulsion of Food and Culture in Anita Desai’s Fasting, Feasting” Lucknow Journal of Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan-June 2004, pp. 21-30.

Ravichandran, T. “Half a Life by V.S. Naipaul”, South Asian Literature in English: An Encyclopedia, Sanga Jaina (ed.),Greenwood Press, Connecticut, 2004, pp. 133-135.

Ravichandran, T.  “Mimic Men by V.S. Naipaul”, South Asian Literature in English: An Encyclopedia, (ed.), Sanga Jaina, Greenwood Press, Connecticut, 2004, pp. 207-209.

Sharma, A. K. and Rita Singh, “Men’s Understanding of women’s Health Issues in Kanpur City, India: A Preliminary Research Report”, Population Review, Vol.43, No.2, Section 2, 2004.

Sharma, A. K. Comments on the Book “Cities Transformed: Demographic Change and its Implications in the Developing World”, Population Review 43 1-2 (2004): Section 3

Sharma, A. K.  “On the Revival of Magical Practices in the Indian Systems of Medicine with Special Reference to Gandhi”, Gandhi Marg 25 4 (2004): 435-445.

Singh, S. K., “Review of Urban Transportation in India”, Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 79-97, 2004.

Sinha, A. K. and S. Rai, “Transformational Leadership, Competencies, Self-Control, and Performance as a Function of Perceived Organizational Culture in Service Organizations”, B. N. Setiadi, A. Supratiknya, W. L. Lonner, and Y. H. Poortinga (eds.), Ongoing Themes in Psychology and Culture: Selected Papers from the Sixteenth International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2004.

Sinha, A. K. and A. K. Jain, “Emotional intelligence: Imperative for the Organizationally Relevant Outcomes. Psychological Studies, 49 (2-3), 2004, pp. 81-96.

Tomy, C. A. “Scepticism about Particular Identity: Strawson vs. Suresh Chandra”, R. C. Pradhan (ed.), The Philosophy of  Suresh Chandra, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi, 2004, pp. 174- 195.

Dixit, Shikha. “Culture as Learnable: A Cognitive Perspective” SARMAC News, Spring 2003,pp. 3-5.

Gupta, N., and A. K. Sharma. “Gender Inequality in Work Environment at Institutes of Higher Learning in Science and Technology in India.” Work, Employment and Society 17 4 (2003): 597-616

Ilavarasan, V. P., and A. K. Sharma “Is Software Work Routinized? Some Empirical Observations from Indian Software Industry” Journal of Software and Systems 66 1 (2003): 1-6.

Jha, M. “Nehru and Civil Liberties in India”, International Journal of Human Rights, 7 3 (2003): 103-115.

Krishnan, L. “Human Development Research in India” In Psychological Perspectives in Environmental and Developmental Issues, edited by A. Agarwal and A. K. Saxena. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2003. pp 203-209.

Krishnan, L. “The Cognitive Content of Psychology in India” Psychological Studies 48 (2003): 17-22.

Madan, A. “Old and New Dilemmas in Indian Civic Education”, Economic & Political Weekly 38 44 (2003): 4655-4660.

Madan, A.  “Education as Vision for Social change”, Review of Elementary Education for the Poorest and Other Disadvantaged Groups: The Real Challenge of Universalisation, by Dhir Jhingran and Jyotsna Jha, 2002, Economic and Political Weekly 38 22 (2003): 2135-2136.

Mishra, A. J. “A study of loneliness in an old age home in India: A case of Kanpur” IndianJournal of Gerontology 17 1 & 2 (2003): 126-136.

Neelakantan G. “Beast in Chicago: Saul Bellow’s Apocalypse in The Dean’s December” International Fiction Review,30 (Spring 2003): 67- 76.

Neelakantan G. Abstract of Conference Presentation “Philip Roth’s Apocalypse in American Pastoral.” Philip Roth Newsletter 1 2 (Spring 2003): 9-10.

Pattnaik, B. K. “Scientific Productivity: Sociological Explorations in Indian Academic Science” Sociological Bulletin 52 (2003): 198-220.

Pattnaik, B. K. and Manish Thakur, “How effective are the Panipanchayats? A Field View from Maharastra”. Sociological Bulletin 51 (2003): 241-268.

Dr. P. Murali Prasad, Dr. Manoj Dalvi and Dr. Blaine Walgren, "Hedging Judicial Risks: An Application to US versus Microsoft”, Northeast Business & Economic Association (NBEA), Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey, USA. October 3-4, 2003, NBEA, pp. 174-177.

Rao, T. V. S. R. “An Approach to Sustainable Development”, Indian Journal of Economics 85 (2003): 333-342.

Rao, T. V. S. R. “Vulnerability, Networking and Organization”, Indian Journal of Economics 84 (2003):17-28.

Rao, T. V. S. R. “Effect of Financial Constraint on Inventory Investment”, Indian Development Review 1 (2003): 1-25.

Rao, T. V. S. R. “Economic Rights: Objectives, Instruments and Achievements.” In Development and Human Rights, edited by Munmun Jha. Mumbain: Project for EconomicEducation, 2003. pp. 37-49.

Rath, B. “The Scope of Judicial Reforms in Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Project Affected Persons.” In Development and Human Rights, edited by Munmun Jha. Mumbai: Project for Economic Education, 2003. pp. 97-112.

Ravichandran, T. “The Burial of the Dead and other Intertextual Connections in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things,” Farhat Ullah Khan & Mohd. Asim Siddique, (eds.), Tradition and Modernity: Essays on Indian Writing in English, pp.37-56, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, April 2003.

Ravichandran, T.  “Determining the Indeterminate: The Polysemy of Postmodernism,” K. S. Iyer (ed.), New Directions in American Literature, pp. 52-59, New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2003.

Ravichandran, T. “Cybernetic Identity in Thomas Pynchon: From V To V-2,” Mohit Ray (ed.), Studies in English Literature: Vol. V, pp. 164-173, Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, 2003.

Ravichandran, T. “Whose Untouchable is Bakha Anyway? Appropriating the Alien Sensibility in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable,” Readings, Vol. 1, No. 2, Oct. 2003, pp. 22-29.

Ravichandran, T. “Postmodern Identity: De/Construction Versus Performativity,” Kailash C. Baral & Prafulla C. Kar (eds.), Identities: Local and Global, pp.112-119, Pencraft’s International, Delhi, 2003.

Sharma, A. K. and Gupta, Namrata, “Gender Inequality in Work Environment at Institutes of Higher Learning in Science and Technology in India”, Work, Employment and Society, Vol.17, No.4, 2003, pp. 597-616.

Sharma, A. K. and Dwivedi, Shailendra Kumar, “Voluntary Development Organisations: Mission, Vision, and Reality”, Gandhi Marg, Vol.23, No.1, 2003, pp.5-20.

Sharma, A. K. and Dwivedi, Shailendra Kumar, “Complexities, Ambiguities and Conflicts in Voluntary Sector: A Study of Two Voluntary Development Organisations”, Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology, Vol. 23, No.2, 2002, pp.11-26, (Published in 2003).

Sharma, A. K. “Power, Pluralism and Equality in India: A Sociological View”, Online Journal of Sammaditthi Social Sciences Research, 3 November 2003.

Sharma, A. K.  “Social Aspects of Development: Some Issues.” In Development and Human Rights, edited by Munmun Jha. Mumbai: Project for Economic Education, 2003. pp. 50-63.

Singh, S. K. and V Anand. “Comparing Efficiency across State Transport Undertakings: A Production Frontier Approach” Indian Journal of Transport Management 27 (2003): 374-391.

Suman, S. “Management Education for R&D Personnel” Express Computers, April 14 2003.

Suman, S., “Project Definition: The Missing Link”, In Projects and Profits, ICFAI Press, January 2003. pp. 23-26.

Tomy, C. A. “An Argument for the Unity of Consciousness” In Perspectives on Consciousness, edited by Amita Chatterjee. Kolkotta: Jadavpur University, in collaboration with Munshiram Manoharalal, New Delhi, 2003. pp 154-173.

Bhattacharya, S. and T. V. S. R. Rao, “Internet Licensing: The Software Dimension.” The Indian Journal of Economics LXXXII (2002): 337-54.

Chandran, M, “Fabulation as Narrative in Haroun and the Sea of StoriesJouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies 7 (2002)

Gupta, N., and A. K. Sharma. “Women Academic Scientists in India” Social Studies of Science 32 (2002): 901-915.

Ilavarasan, V. P., and A. K. Sharma, “Software Work in India: Routinization or Post Modernization?” Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology 22 (2002): 1-21.

Krishnan, L. “Indigenous – Handle with Care.” In Perspectives on Indigenous Psychology, edited by G. Misra and A K Mohanty New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2002. pp 156-170.

Mishra, A. J. “A study of loneliness in an old age home in India.” In Old age in the World, Volume 3, edited by Antonio Guerci and Stephania Consigliere. TheProceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Anthropology and History ofHealth and Disease. Genova: Erga, 2002, pp. 268-297.

Rao, T. V. S. R.  Puneet Chitkara and Kaushal K. Saxena. “Oil and Gas Contracts: Lesson from Mukta – Panna Dil Fields”. India Infrastructure Report 2002, Governance Issues from Commercialization 3i Network. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002, pp 277-286.

Sharma, A. K. “Fertility in U.P: What can be done?” In Social Development, edited by Janak Pandey, et. al. New Delhi: APH Publishing Corporation, 2002. pp. 101-112.

Sharma, A. K. and S. Dwivedi. “Complexities, Ambiguities and Conflicts in Voluntary Sector: A Study of Two Voluntary Development Organizations”, Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology 23 2 (2002): 11-26.

Sharma, N. K. and A. Agarwal, “Self-esteem and Social Desirability as Determinants of Asymmetrical Attribution for Compliance under Different Bases of Power” Psychological Studies 47 (2002): 121-128.

Suman, S. “R&D Management: Issues and Challenges” in IIMB Management Review, 14 2 (2002):29-40.

Gupta, N and A. K. Sharma, “Triple burden among women scientists in India: A sociological study of women faculty at reputed centers of higher learning and research”. Social Action 51 (2001): 395-416.

Jha, M. “Association for Protection of Human Rights: The First Two Decades”, Indian Journal of Human Rights 5 1&2 (2001): 171-186.

Krishnan, L. “Justice Perception and Allocation Rule Preferences: Does Social Disadvantage Matter?” Psychology and Developing Societies 13 (2001): 193-219.

Mishra, A. J. “Review of ‘Social Stratification: Issues and Themes’, by K. L. Sharma” Contributions to Indian Sociology 35 1 (2001): 121-123.

Pattnaik, B. K. and L. Choudhary, “Research Performance of Scientists in Academic Institutions in India: An Empirical Exploration”. Science, Technology and Society 6 (2001): 61-96.

Raina, Achla. M. “Rethinking Grammatically” Indian Linguistics 62 (2001): 13-20.

Sharan, R. “Position of Women in the Power Structure” Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology 20 (2001): 63-80.

Sharan, R. and May Aung, “An Empirical Investigation of Nature and Incidence of Consumption Behavior” In Detergents and the Environment, edited by C. Southy, et al. Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill, 2001, pp. 203-216.

Sharan, R. and May Aung, “Social Context and Decision Behavior” In Detergents and Environment, edited by C. Southy, et al. Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill, 2001: 217- 231.

Sharan, R., May Aung and Shikha Suman. “Socio-Demographic Context of Detergent Consumers: A case of Kanpur (India).” In Managing Environmental Risks: Challenges Facing Detergents in the 21st century, edited by Rakesh. K. Trivedi New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 2001: pp 153-178.

Sharma, A. K. “New Organizations and Social Change” Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology 20 (2001): 27-49.

Sharma, A. K.  “Power, Resistance and Change in India at the beginning of the Twenty First Century: The Post Sociological View”. Gandhi Marg 23 (2001): 45-63.