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Fun@sun : making of a global workplace

Author: Gautam Sonti; Carol Upodhya
Publisher: Watertown, Mass. : Documentary Educational Resources, 2006.
Series: Ethnographic video online.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : English
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The Indian software outsourcing industry has emerged as a key node of the global economy. The series of ethnographic films, Coding Culture, explores the cultures of outsourced work and the moulding of a new workforce to cater to this global high-tech services industry. Each of the three films focuses on a single company, representing one of the major types of software company found in Bangalore: a medium-sized  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Ethnographic films
Documentary
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Gautam Sonti; Carol Upodhya
OCLC Number: 701798142
Notes: Previously released on DVD.
Event notes: Recorded in Bangalore, India.
Description: 1 online resource (29 min.)
Series Title: Ethnographic video online.
Responsibility: by Gautam Sonti and Carol Upodhya.

Abstract:

The Indian software outsourcing industry has emerged as a key node of the global economy. The series of ethnographic films, Coding Culture, explores the cultures of outsourced work and the moulding of a new workforce to cater to this global high-tech services industry. Each of the three films focuses on a single company, representing one of the major types of software company found in Bangalore: a medium-sized Indian-owned company software services company (Mphasis: The 'M' Way); the offshore software development centre of a U.S.-based IT company (Sun Microsystems: Fun@Sun); and a small 'cross-border' startup company that produces its own software products and markets them to global customers (July Systems: July Boys).

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