Mass Media in India 1992

Author: Publications Division

Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

ISBN: 8123025661


Page: N.A

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This book gives a fair picture of the Mass Media as it operates at national level down to the grassroots level where DFP's network operates shoulder to shoulder with rural masses in the area of inter-personal communication . The whole volume has been divided into five chapters, comprising articles by veteran practitioners of mass media of various shades .

Mass Communication and Journalism in India

Author: Mr. D.S. Mehta

Publisher: Allied Publishers

ISBN: 8170233534

Category: Journalism

Page: 424

View: 6855


In addition to making a comprehensive survey of journalism, other mass media, and public relations in India, Mehta discusses such issues as freedom of the press, press laws, and developments in the international regulation of the media. His book is also a bibliography and a sourcebook of information on advertising codes; accreditation rules for media representatives and other information on Indian media and journalism.

Principles of Communication

Author: Charles Nandi

Publisher: Reference Press

ISBN: 9788184050073

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 244

View: 5651


"An easy to comprehend book, that gives the reader a complete introduction to communication technologies and systems, offering you a solid understanding of the fundamentals, history and the future directions of this ever changing field."

Moral reasoning for journalists

Author: Steven Knowlton,Bill Reader,Jerry Ceppos

Publisher: Praeger Publishers

ISBN: 9780313345487

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 243

View: 4596


This volume is an introduction to the underpinnings of journalism ethics, and a guide for journalists and journalism teachers looking for ways to form consistent and informed ethical decisions

Studying Youth, Media and Gender in Post-Liberalisation India

Focus on and beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape’

Author: Nadja-Christina Schneider,Fritzi-Marie Titzmann

Publisher: Frank & Timme GmbH

ISBN: 3865965350

Category: Gang rape

Page: 218

View: 2792


This volume aims to look both at as well as beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape’ through the lens of Indian Media Studies. The editors consider it a critical event, or rather critical media event that needs to be contextualized within a rapidly changing, diversifying and globalizing Indian society which is as much confronted with new ruptures, asymmetries and inequalities as it may still be shaped by the old-established structures of a patriarchal social order. But the volume also looks beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape’ and introduces other related thematic areas of an emerging research field which links Youth, Media and Gender Studies.

Mass Media in India

Author: India. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Research and Reference Division

Publisher: N.A


Category: Social Science

Page: N.A

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McQuail's Mass Communication Theory

Author: Denis McQuail

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412903721

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 616

View: 6671


This fully revised and updated edition provides a comprehensive, non-technical introduction to the range of approaches to understanding mass communication.

Media Accountability

Who Will Watch the Watchdog in the Twitter Age?

Author: William Babcock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317977327

Category: Social Science

Page: 168

View: 8938


A small collection of well-honed tools has been employed for some time by media practitioners and the public to help maintain and improve the credibility of journalism and the mass media. These media accountability tools have included ethics codes, media critics, news councils, ombudsmen, journalism reviews and pubic/civic journalism initiatives. Now, in the 21st Century, the mass media are increasingly being buffeted by a perfect storm of declining subscribers and audience share, dwindling advertising revenue, changing corporate demands, unpredictable audiences and new-media competition. If journalism and the mass media are to stay afloat and be credible, the media accountability toolbox needs to contain suitable tools for the job, which begs the question: Who will Watch the Watchdog in the Twitter Age? This book contains answers to this question from the perspective of 17 media ethics experts from around the globe. Their answers will help shape and define for years to come the tools in the media ethics toolbox. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Mass Media Ethics.