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Thursday, July 21, A.D. 2011
My Summer at an Indian Call Center

Andrew Marantz has a fascinating story in Mother Jones: “My Summer at an Indian Call Center.” Marantz gives us a glimpse of the life at the other end of the line, where the accents betray M.T.I. (“mother tongue influence”). He also relays the Indians’ perceptions of the Westerners to whom they provide service.

Posted by Joseph on Thursday, July 21, Anno Domini 2011
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