In this article we examine the discourse of outsourcing and globalization in India and the US as represented in global popular media; and show that it is rooted in a given range of ideological positions—revealed by identifying key arguments, vocabulary and linguistic structure of the texts. Ideological material, we argue, is enacted in the discursive structures of the text; and that the role of the state is discursively constructed through those positions.
Pednekar-Magal, Vandana and Remlinger, Kathryn, "Jobs are Going Overseas: The Discursive Construction of Outsourcing" (2006). Peer Reviewed Articles. 7.