Journalism

Handbook of Journalism and Mass Communication

Author: Vir Bala Aggarwal,V. S. Gupta

Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

ISBN: 9788170228806

Category: Journalism

Page: 474

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In Indian context.

History of Indian Journalism

Author: J. NATARAJAN

Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

ISBN: 8123026382

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 6594

The Part II of the Press Commission Report contains a broad but concise survey of the development of the English and the Indian languages Press in India. It brings out the historical tendencies in so far as they affect the then state of the Press in the country, and serves as a background to the Press Commission enquiry.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Headlines From the Heartland

Reinventing the Hindi Public Sphere

Author: Sevanti Ninan

Publisher: SAGE Publications India

ISBN: 8178299712

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 308

View: 5485

In the 1990s a newspaper revolution began blowing across northern and central India. In these Hindi-speaking states, when literacy levels rose, communications expanded, and purchasing power climbed, Hindi newspapers followed-picking up readers in small towns and villages. Even while these newspapers surged to the top of national readership charts, they localised furiously in the race for readers. But in this universe of local news, questions arose about what localisation was doing to regional identity and consciousness. Using notes from her pioneering field-study in eight states, Sevanti Ninan brings alive India's ongoing rural newspaper revolution, and its impact on politics, administration and society. Set against the socio-economic and political changes in the countryside, it is a remarkable story of how journalism flowered in unexpected and unorthodox ways, and colourful media marketing unfurled in the Hindi heartland.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Indian journalism

origin, growth and development of Indian journalism from Asoka to Nehru

Author: Nāḍiga Kr̥ṣṇamūrti

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 506

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Social Science

The History of the Provincial Press in England

Author: Rachel Matthews

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1441156461

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

View: 334

Regional newspapers around the globe are fighting to survive in the face of challenges to their economic model, due to the constant influx of new technology. At the same time, while studies of the national press have created a continuous narrative on the newspaper, the history of the regional press has been subject to relatively little academic scrutiny, despite being a significant industry in terms of a readership, circulation and profit. By focusing on provincial English newspapers, Matthews makes the case for the larger issue of the future of local newspapers worldwide. She argues that a comprehensive approach to the history of the regional press can result in a conceptualization of the industry in terms of the shift in emphasis between the key elements of state control, ownership, social influence and production techniques. They can be categorized into six distinct stages: the local newspaper as opportunistic creation; the characterization of the local newspaper as fourth estate; the impact of New Journalism; the growth of chain control, the shock of the free paper and new technology and finally, the current picture, the search for a new business model.

Indian History

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 1259063232

Category:

Page: N.A

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India

History of Indian Literature

Author: Sisir Kumar Das

Publisher: Sahitya Akademi

ISBN: 9788172010065

Category: India

Page: 815

View: 9363

This Volume, The First To Appear In The Ten Volume Series Published By The Sahitya Akademi, Deals With A Fascinating Period, Conspicuous By The Growing Complexities Of Multilingualism, Changes In The Modes Of Literary Transmission And In The Readership And Also By The Dominance Of The English Language As An Instrument Of Power In Indian Society.
Business & Economics

State-Business Relations and Economic Development in Africa and India

Author: Kunal Sen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135129061

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 5987

When the state and business interact effectively they can promote a more efficient allocation of scarce resources, appropriate industrial policy and a more effective and prioritised removal of key obstacles to growth, than when the two sides fail to co-operate or engage in harmful collusion. This book, based on original empirical research undertaken in Africa and India, addresses what constitutes the effectiveness of state-business relations, what explains their formation and evolution over time and whether effective state-business relations matter for economic performance. Analysing the effects of state-business relations on economic performance at both the macro and micro levels, the book concludes that where effective state-business relations are established – either through formal or informal institutional patterns and relationships – the growth effects are generally positive. Establishing, sustaining and renewing effective state-business relations are political processes. The better organized the business community and the government are for purposes of such relations, the more effective state-business relations will be in negotiating growth enhancing policies. The book is of interest to researchers in the fields of development studies, management, economics and political science.
Social Science

Documentary Film in India

An Anthropological History

Author: Giulia Battaglia

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351375636

Category: Social Science

Page: 248

View: 5173

This book maps a hundred years of documentary film practices in India. It demonstrates that in order to study the development of a film practice, it is necessary to go beyond the classic analysis of films and filmmakers and focus on the discourses created around and about the practice in question. The book navigates different historical moments of the growth of documentary filmmaking in India from the colonial period to the present day. In the process, it touches upon questions concerning practices and discourses about colonial films, postcolonial institutions, independent films, filmmakers and filmmaking, the influence of feminism and the articulation of concepts of performance and performativity in various films practices. It also reflects on the centrality of technological change in different historical moments and that of film festivals and film screenings across time and space. Grounded in anthropological fieldwork and archival research and adopting Foucault’s concept of ‘effective history’, this work searches for points of origin that creates ruptures and deviations taking distance from conventional ways of writing film histories. Rather than presenting a univocal set of arguments and conclusions about changes or new developments of film techniques, the originality of the book is in offering an open structure (or an open archive) to enable the reader to engage with mechanisms of creation, engagement and participation in film and art practices at large. In adopting this form, the book conceptualises ‘Anthropology’ as also an art practice, interested, through its theoretico-methodological approach, in creating an open archive of engagement rather than a representation of a distant ‘other’. Similarly, documentary filmmaking in India is seen as primarily a process of creation based on engagement and participation rather than a practice interested in representing an objective reality. Proposing an innovative way of perceiving the growth of the documentary film genre in the subcontinent, this book will be of interest to film historians and specialists in Indian cinema(s) as well as academics in the field of anthropology of art, media and visual practices and Asian media studies.
Business & Economics

Development of Mass Communication

Author: Narendra Tripathi

Publisher: Reference Press

ISBN: 9788188583928

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 7893

"The press has been witnessing a rapid change in India for a couple of years. The present book gives an insight of the evolution, development and the present stage of Indian media."
History

Why Growth Matters

How Economic Growth in India Reduced Poverty and the Lessons for Other Developing Countries

Author: Jagdish Bhagwati,Arvind Panagariya

Publisher: PublicAffairs

ISBN: 1610392728

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 8366

In its history since Independence, India has seen widely different economic experiments: from Jawharlal Nehru's pragmatism to the rigid state socialism of Indira Gandhi to the brisk liberalization of the 1990s. So which strategy best addresses India's, and by extension the world's, greatest moral challenge: lifting a great number of extremely poor people out of poverty? Bhagwati and Panagariya argue forcefully that only one strategy will help the poor to any significant effect: economic growth, led by markets overseen and encouraged by liberal state policies. Their radical message has huge consequences for economists, development NGOs and anti-poverty campaigners worldwide. There are vital lessons here not only for Southeast Asia, but for Africa, Eastern Europe, and anyone who cares that the effort to eradicate poverty is more than just good intentions. If you want it to work, you need growth. With all that implies.
Agriculture

Development Communication

Author: Nora Cruz Quebral

Publisher: College of Agriculture University of Philippines

ISBN: N.A

Category: Agriculture

Page: 179

View: 9436

Business & Economics

Interrogating Inclusive Growth

Poverty and Inequality in India

Author: K. P. Kannan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317341473

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 332

View: 7208

The high growth performance of the Indian economy since the launch of economic reforms in the early 1990s has been much lauded. But how much of this growth has made its way to the poor? In a radical assessment of ‘inclusive growth’, this book probes the impact of neo-liberal policies on employment, poverty and inequality. It critiques the claim that market-friendly economic reform policies ‘trickle down’ to the poor and reduce poverty and deprivation. The author uses exhaustive data — from the formal and informal sectors — to create a profile of the aam aadmi. He advocates the need for a broad-based growth and development strategy that alone will address the many-sided social and economic inequalities in India. The volume will be useful to scholars and students of economics, development studies, labour studies, and sociology.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Language Policy and Education in India

Documents, contexts and debates

Author: M. Sridhar,Sunita Mishra

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134878311

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 270

View: 8299

This book presents a history of English and development of language education in modern India. It explores the role of language in colonial attempts to establish hegemony, the play of power, and the anxieties in the nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century India. The essays in the volume discuss language policy, debates and pedagogy as well as larger overarching questions such as identity, nationhood and sub-nationhood. The work also looks at the socio-cultural and economic factors that shaped the writing and publishing of textbooks, dictionaries and determined the direction of language teaching, specifically, of English language teaching. Drawing on a variety of archival sources — policy documents, books, periodicals — this book will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of linguistics, language teaching, cultural studies and modern Indian history.
Business & Economics

Capitalist Development in India's Informal Economy

Author: Elisabetta Basile

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135039593

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

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This book explores the economy and society of Provincial India in the post-Green Revolution period. It argues that the low 'quality' of capital development in India's villages and small towns is the joint outcome of the informal economic organisation, that is strongly biased in favour of capital, and of the complex stratification of the workforce along class and caste lines. Focusing on the processes of growth induced by the introduction of the high-yield varieties in agriculture, the book demonstrates that a low-road pattern of capitalist development has been emerging in provincial India: firms compete over price and not over efficiency, with a constant pressure to reduce costs, in particular labour costs. The book shows that low-skilled employment prevails and low wages and poor working conditions are widespread. Based on original empirical research, the book makes a valuable contribution to the debate on varieties of capitalism, in particular of the Global South. It is of interest to academics working in the fields of Development Studies, Political Economy and South Asian Studies.
Business & Economics

Agricultural Growth, Productivity and Regional Change in India

Challenges of globalisation, liberalisation and food insecurity

Author: Surendra Singh,Prem Chhetri

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1315393417

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 292

View: 7364

Agriculture productivity, growth and regional change in post-colonial India from a spatial perspective are yet to be rigorously examined. In particular, the impacts of economic liberalisation, globalisation and deregulation are not being empirically investigated at a small-area level using advanced statistical and spatial techniques. Understanding the process of regional formation and the rapid transitioning of agricultural landscapes in the Post-Liberalisation phase is pivotal to developing and devising regional economic development strategies. This book employs advanced methods to empirically examine the key characteristics and patterns of regional change in agricultural growth and productivity. It offers insights on changes in agricultural production and practices since the colonial period through to the Post-Liberalisation phase in India. It also incorporates the key public policy debates on the progress of India’s agricultural development with the aim of formulating spatially integrated strategies to reduce rapid rise in the regional convergence and to promote equitable distribution of strategic government investment.
Journalism

The Rise and Growth of Hindi Journalism, 1826-1945

Being an Attempt at a History of Hindi Journalism in Historical, Chronological and Evolutionary Perspective, on the Basis of Research Work Done During the Years 1941-46 Under the Supervision of D.P. Shukla, of Hindi Department of the Allahabad University

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Journalism

Page: 768

View: 6579

Business & Economics

Economic Growth in the 1990s

Learning from a Decade of Reform

Author: Roberto Zagha,Gobind T. Nankani,World Bank

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 9780821360439

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 364

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This report was prepared by a team led by Roberto Zagha, under the general direction of Gobind Nankani.