Practising Journalism

Values, Constraints, Implications

Author: Nalini Rajan

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 358

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This collection of original articles reflects the fascinating spectrum of practices, trends and values within the journalistic profession. It is perhaps the only significant work that documents the variety of ways in which this craft is both practised and viewed. Contributors including journalists, freelance writers, academics and media practitioners cover diverse issues such as gender and identity in the popular press; sports journalism; urban reporting; embedded journalists; censorship; and alternative media.

Tracking the Media

Interpretations of Mass Media Discourses in India and Pakistan

Author: Subarno Chattarji

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Political Science

Page: 335

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This book is about media content analysis in the English language print media in South Asia, with reference to certain contemporary issues. It is written from the perspective of the need to analyze media discourses and the ways in which their circulation creates a ‘common sense’ view of the world. The focus is on English language papers and news magazines; additionally, some Hindi, Urdu, and Sindhi newspapers are examined. The highlight is on the ways in which English language publications contribute to and function within middle class matrices of modernity, consumption, conflict, and conservatism in India.

21st Century Journalism in India

Author: Nalini Rajan

Publisher: SAGE Publications India

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 324

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The Indian media is witnessing an explosive situation with newspaper and magazine circulations increasing in great numbers and television news channels—in both English and regional languages—going up by the day. Internet news portals, too, are recording a good number of hits. Journalism, then, holds tremendous promise for both seasoned and budding journalists. However, behind every promise, there lurk dangers and temptations, which must be scrupulously avoided if the basic values of the profession are to be safeguarded. Otherwise, the relentless spotlight of criticism will turn on journalism and its practitioners. 21st Century Journalism in India is a path-breaking book that looks at the practices and theories of journalism in the 21st century. This collection of writings by practising journalists is perhaps unique in that they have turned the spotlight on their own profession. The volume is thematically divided into four sections: - REPRESENTING THE UNREPRESENTED deals with media representation (or lack of it) of largely ignored sections of society, such as homosexuals, Dalits and other minorities or weaker groups. - THE PLURALITY OF PRACTICE studies the coverage of vital areas such as economics, legal issues, science, arts and culture, and humour. - MEDIA IN PERSPECTIVE looks at different kinds of journalistic practices, including photojournalism - FUTURE TRENDS discusses newer forms of journalism, like blogging and citizen journalism.

Political Communication

Author: Carsten Reinemann

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 659

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Against the background of an enormous expansion and diversification of both political communication itself and scientific research into its structures, processes, and effects, this volume gives an overview of some of the key theories and findings accumulated by political communication research over the last decades. In order to do so, the volume provides readers with review articles by renowned international authors on various aspects of (I) the normative, regulatory and conceptual foundations of political communication, (II) different situations of political communication (e.g., elections, referendums, social movements, media hypes, crisis and war), (III) the activities of and part played by political actors, (IV) mass media and journalism, (V) characteristics and typical features of media messages, (VI) the role played by citizens as well as (VII) various kinds of effects on citizens. Each section includes several chapters that address specific issues and research problems in the form of comprehensive overviews articles.

The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability

Author: Mark Bovens

Publisher: OUP Oxford

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Category: Political Science

Page: 800

View: 262

Over the past two decades public accountability has become not only an icon in political, managerial, and administrative discourse but also the object of much scholarly analysis across a broad range of social and administrative sciences. This handbook provides a state of the art overview of recent scholarship on public accountability. It collects, consolidates, and integrates an upsurge of inquiry currently scattered across many disciplines and subdisciplines. It provides a one-stop-shop on the subject, not only for academics who study accountability, but also for practitioners who are designing, adjusting, or struggling with mechanisms for accountable governance. Drawing on the best scholars in the field from around the world, The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability showcases conceptual and normative as well as the empirical approaches in public accountability studies. In addition to giving an overview of scholarly research in a variety of disciplines, it takes stock of a wide range of accountability mechanisms and practices across the public, private and non-profit sectors, making this volume a must-have for both practitioners and scholars, both established and new to the field.

The Handbook of Global Health Communication

Author: Rafael Obregon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 680

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International in scope, The Handbook of Global HealthCommunication offers a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis ofthe role of communication processes in global public health,development and social change Brings together 32 contributions from well-respected scholarsand practitioners in the field, addressing a wide range ofcommunication approaches in current global health programs Offers an integrated view that links communication to thestrengthening of health services, the involvement of affectedcommunities in shaping health policies and improving care, and theempowerment of citizens in making decisions about health Adopts a broad understanding of communication that goes beyondconventional divisions between informational and participatoryapproaches

The State of the Nations 2003

The Third Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom

Author: Robert Hazell

Publisher: Imprint Academic

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 310

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This is the third book in a series of annual publications charting the ongoing asymmetry and instability of New Labour's constitutional settlement, and it records changes in public attitudes and national identity. The chapters, by the monitoring teams of the Constitution Unit at University College, London, cover Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the English regions, intergovernmental relations, Westminster and the London assembly.