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AS DEVELOPMENT, SO COMMUNICATION PRESS AS TWO-FACED JANUS FILMS THEN AND NOW RADIO : NEGLECTED MEDIUM TV : SIREN AMONG THE MEDIA SURVEY FINDINGS : QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS COLLLOQUIA ONMEDIA MAIADIES AND REMEDIES RETOSRATION OF VALUES RESTRUCTURING ELECTRONIC MEDIA CITIZEN AWARENESS AND INITIATIVE APPENDICES INDEX

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Book Description Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 15 x 23 cm. The three Parts of this unusual work present a survey of the origin and growth of the mass media in India, as part of the country?s Political economy, before and after independence; a critical assessment of the present media scene including the findings of the first-ever country-wide survey of the social Effects of the media, specially TV. conducted by the Centre for Media Studies during 1994-95; and a recommended future that includes in the case of Akashvani and Doordarshan, now government owned and departmentally run, a radical re-structuring and redifinition of role. The blueprint for the electronic media goes beyond, without negating, the Prasar Bharati envisioned by the B.G. Verghese working group in the last decade. It takes into Account the Globalisation of TV. through Satellite channels brought to the Drawing room by cable operators, and the imperative of Competition for keeping programmers on their toes. As a glance at the table of contents will show, the book packs into its pages a Wealth of information and insights. It has been made possible by the background of experience of the two authors. Contents: Part I : GROWTH AND CHANGING ROLE : 1. As Development, so Communication : i. From idealism to Consumerism ii. Menace of Advertising iii. Sex and Violence : Rousing the Beast iv. Self-Invited Cultural Subversion 2. Press as Two-Faced Janus : i. Stirring the Social Conscience ii. Nationalism Muslim Publicists iii. Trends After Indpendence iv. Creeping Commercialism v. Economism Among Journalists vi. Cross-Media Ownership vii. Impact of TV on the Press : by S.C. Bhatt 3. Films Then and Now : i. A synoptic Survey ii. Film Industry X-Rayed iii. M.P.S `structures on censors iv. Decline of Hindi Film Music : by H.B. Mathur 4. Radio : Neglected Medium : i. No reorientation after freedom ii. Serving the well-to-do iii. Sad story of local broadcasting iv. Exceptional case of Kota v. Poorer, plain but freer cousin 5. TV : Siren Among The Media : i. From Pij to MTV ii. Delhi-Centric News : Guidelines Ignored iii. Courts to the Rescue iv. Instruction and Entertainment : Fatal Separation : by P.C. Joshi v. Space Research and Social Goals : by Yash Pal Part II : SOCIAL AUDIT OF THE MEDIA : 6. Survey Findings :Quantitative Assessment : i. Pioneering Combination of Methods ii. Time Spent on Different Media iii. DD for Entertainment Mainly iv. Effect on Studies and Homework v. Why Cable and why not vi. Individual and Social Impact 7. Focus Group Discussions : i. Low Estimate of DD News ii. Awareness Programmes Hailed iii. Effect on Children iv. Students and Youth v. Parents` Double Standards vi. Impact on Family Life vii. Case Studies of TV Addicts viii. Social Impact of Advertisements ix. Preference for Local Language x. TV as Threat to Culture xi. Towards Clean Fun and Wider Awareness 8. Colloquia on Media Maladies and Remedies : i. Challenge of Transnational TV ii. Eroticism and Violence :a War on Society iii. Voices From Outside Delhi iv. Communication for Rural Development v. Freeing the Airwaves Part III : AGENDA FOR RENEWAL : 9. Restoration of Values : i. Azad Against Solely Secular Education ii. Hedonism, Fanaticisms Fill Moral Vacuum iii. Heed for Inter-Religious Ecumenism iv. Clarifying Secularism : Failure of the Media v. Humanist Education vi. Cultural Heritage : Role of Media 10. Restructuring Electronic Media : i. From State to Market Monopoly? : By B.G. Verghese, Dilip Padgaonkar and N. Bhaskara Rao ii. Bharat Prasar Sewa Bill 11. Citizen Awareness And Initiative : i. People as Victims and Accomplices ii. Talking Back to the Media iii. Motivating Media Personnel Printed Pages: 315. Bookseller Inventory # 36331

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Book Description 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 315 The three parts of this unusual work present a survey of the origin and growth of the mass media India, as part of the country's political economy, before and after independence. It is a critical assessment of the present media scene including the findings of the first-ever country-wide survey of the social effects of the media, specially TV, conducted by the Center for Media Studies during 1994-95; and recommended future that includes in the case of Akasvani and Doordarshan, now government owned and departmentally run, a radical restructuring and redefinition of role. About The Author:- N. Bhaskara Rao, is a well known pioneer in communication research and futuristic studies. G.S. Raghavan, is seasoned journalist who has work both in the private sector and in official media. Contents:- AS DEVELOPMENT, SO COMMUNICATION • PRESS AS TWO-FACED JANUS • FILMS THEN AND NOW • RADIO : NEGLECTED MEDIUM • TV : SIREN AMONG THE MEDIA • SURVEY FINDINGS : QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT • FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS • COLLLOQUIA ONMEDIA MAIADIES AND REMEDIES • RETOSRATION OF VALUES • RESTRUCTURING ELECTRONIC MEDIA • CITIZEN AWARENESS AND INITIATIVE • APPENDICES • INDEX The Title 'Social Effects of Mass Media In India written/authored/edited by N. Bhaskara Rao G.N.S. Raghavan', published in the year 1996. The ISBN 9788121205214 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 315 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Mass Communication / Journalism. Language: English. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121205214

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Book Description 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 315 pages. English The three parts of this unusual work present a survey of the origin and growth of the mass media India, as part of the country's political economy, before and after independence. It is a critical assessment of the present media scene including the findings of the first-ever country-wide survey of the social effects of the media, specially TV, conducted by the Center for Media Studies during 1994-95; and recommended future that includes in the case of Akasvani and Doordarshan, now government owned and departmentally run, a radical restructuring and redefinition of role. About The Author:- N. Bhaskara Rao, is a well known pioneer in communication research and futuristic studies. G.S. Raghavan, is seasoned journalist who has work both in the private sector and in official media. Contents:- AS DEVELOPMENT, SO COMMUNICATION • PRESS AS TWO-FACED JANUS • FILMS THEN AND NOW • RADIO : NEGLECTED MEDIUM • TV : SIREN AMONG THE MEDIA • SURVEY FINDINGS : QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT • FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS • COLLLOQUIA ONMEDIA MAIADIES AND REMEDIES • RETOSRATION OF VALUES • RESTRUCTURING ELECTRONIC MEDIA • CITIZEN AWARENESS AND INITIATIVE • APPENDICES • INDEX The Title 'Social Effects of Mass Media In India written/authored/edited by N. Bhaskara Rao G.N.S. Raghavan', published in the year 1996. The ISBN 9788121205214 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 315 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Mass Communication / Journalism. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121205214

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