ISBN 9788126910182,Random Reflections : Essays on Psycho-Socio Ethos

Random Reflections : Essays on Psycho-Socio Ethos

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ISBN 9788126910182
Publisher

Atlantic

Publication Year 2008
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788126910182

ISBN-10 8126910186
Binding

Hardback

Number of Pages 160 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Reference Work

This book presents empirical knowledge of the author, in wide and varied fields of human behaviour, acquired over six decades of his life. In our day-to-day life we come across sarcasm and sarcastic people, sycophancy and sycophants, laziness and lazy people, selfishness and selfish people, terrorism and terrorists, and so on.
Here the author's efforts have been directed towards bringing into focus some aspects of these commonplace but unique, and interesting topics. Most of the subjects are randomly picked from untrodden realms. His perspective on all these issues is very peculiar and he has treated them in his inimitable style. The essays are enriched with mini-parables, proverbs and sporadic sprinkle of subtle satire and humour at appropriate places.
The subject matter intends to provide sumptuous food for thought to the readers, and triggers their imaginative prowess. This book will be highly useful for the students of Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy. Those who love reading about abstract thoughts will also find it interesting.

About Author:
Bhanuvikraman Nair, after retirement as a senior officer of the Indian Air Force, has been working as a Management Consultant. He has an earnest craving for pedagogy. He has been an Academic Counsellor on Management Studies for Indira Gandhi National Open University. He has also been teaching various Management subjects at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda as a part time visiting faculty. He is associated with some NGOs which are engaged in teaching English to economically and socially backward children.
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