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Jaya Chakravarty

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176257834 ISBN 13: 9788176257831

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. The media. 2. Portrayal of women in India. 3. Women and media. 4. Role of electronic media in women's development. 5. Utilization of communication media of women's development. 6. Family and television. 7. Use of television of dev. of women. 8. Media power and socialisation. 9. TV and social change. 10. Socialization and mass communication. 11. Media needs of women and children. 12. Air support for mother child care. 13. Women and children in the era communication. 14. Group formation to group mobilisation. 15. Effective communication. 16. Misuse of electronic media. 17. Communication and social action. 18. TV for children. 19. TV for school education. 20. On saying in effect No. 21. Content analysis programming. 22. Conclusions. 23. Quotations on Mass Media Communication. 24. New World Information Policy. Appendices i. The Prasar Bharti. ii. The call of consumerism. iii. Public relations in action. iv. Chronology of Events 1993. Women are slowly emerging out of their centuries old darkness shaking off their shakels of tradition and are increasingly raising their voice to demand their rightful place in the society and their due from it. Today women have become one of the potent forces of change causing upheavals in the staid in still waters of smug male oriented society. Modern communication can be a great force for women's emancipation if it is utilized for promoting a critical consciousness on the women's questions. But it can be source of powerful support to the force of status quo to conservative and revivalist values and practices and to annihilation of women's personality and identity. The present century has been a Century of Media Revolution. The two revolutionary media radio and television emerged in this century and have already established themselves revolutionizing the mass media scene. Now telemetric media teletext and videotext have emerged to give a new dimension utilizing the technologies of television cable satellite and computer. The present volume highlights the valuational aspect of Mass Media and Women's Development. 358 pp. Seller Inventory # 66978

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Jaya Chakravarty

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176257826 ISBN 13: 9788176257824

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Principles of journalism. 2. Press Council of India. 3. Press legislation. 4. Contempt of courts. 5. Freedom of Press. 6. Press Commission. 7. English Press in India. 8. The rise of the global media. 9. The global media in the late 1990s. 10. Main players in the global media system. 11. Global media the internet and the digital revolution. 12. Media globalisation (1). 13. Media globalisation (2). 14. Alternative to the Status Quo. Information is now flowing fast to the people through various media print and electronic. The media are known to be playing an effective role not only in informing the people but also in influencing their thinking and shaping their attitudes. Journalists who write news stories features articles and editorials for daily newspapers and magazines have to act with a great sense of responsibility because their writings have a tremendous impact on the society. The responsibilities of journalists social legal and professional have been discussed and the need for a code of ethics for journalists have been emphasised. Some of the codes evolved at different times have been presented and the rules of Press Council and ombudsman have been briefly described. In the book the objectives and functions of the various professional organizations and statutory bodies concerned with the press and other media have been described. Maintenance of high professional standards is certainly a major responsibility of the publisher and the editor. On the one hand journalists ought to be vigilant to safeguard the freedom of the press and on the other they must see that this freedom is used and never misuse that they always act with a great sense of responsibility. Generally the primary duty of a journalist is to act as an interpreter of the world around him. He observes the events transmits facts about the events and acts as an interpreter of these events. A journalist is an important unit of the democratic system in our country. 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 67017

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Chakravarty, Jaya

Published by Sarup & Son (2008)

ISBN 10: 8176257826 ISBN 13: 9788176257824

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About this Item: Sarup & Son, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. New. book. Seller Inventory # F5S5-7-Z-8176257826-6

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