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Critical issues in communication : looking inward for answers : essays in honor of K.E. Eapen /

by Melkote, Srinivas R; Eapen, K. E; Rao, Sandhya.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 2001Description: 491 p. : 23 cm.ISBN: 0761995110 (UShb); 8170369908 (Indiahb).Subject(s): Eapen, K. E | Communication | Communication -- IndiaOnline resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine derived contents note: Foreword - H Y Sharada Prasad -- Introduction - Srinivas R Melkote and Sandhya Rao -- Part One: Prof Eapen: His Work And Experiences -- Reflections on Journalism//Communication Education and Research in India and Abroad - K E Eapen -- Media and Development - Harold Fisher -- The Insights of a Pioneer and Reformer -- Part Two: The Challenge Of Looking Inward: The Case Of India -- Communications in India - B P Sanjay -- Compulsions and Contradictions -- Political Economy of Communications in India - Pradip N Thomas -- From Pre-Television to a Post-Cable Community - Sandhya Rao -- Two Decades of Media Growth and Use in Bangalore, India -- National Unity in India - Keval J Kumar -- Communications Policy and Media Practice -- Documentary Film in India - M V Krishnaswamy -- A Critical Appraisal -- Culture, Ethics and Burdens of History - Anantha Sudhaker Babbili -- Understanding the Communication Ethos of India -- Part Three: An Introspective Look Into Media'S Role In Development, Empowerment And Building Community -- Communication and Development - Hamid Mowlana -- Theoretical and Methodological Problems and Prospects -- Barking up the Wrong Tree? An Inward Look at the Discipline and Practice of Development Communication - Srinivas R Melkote and Krishna P Kandath -- Using People's Organization for Development - Sundeep R Muppidi -- Role of Women's /f003Sanghams/f001 in Zaheerabad, India -- Right to Information - P L Vishweshwar Rao -- A Fundamental Right in a Democracy -- Communication Creates Community - Robert A White -- The Role of Community-Oriented Media -- Looking Inward for Film Visions - Jean-Paul Restoule, Marlene Cuthbert and Bernie Harder -- Aboriginal Empowerment through Film -- Part Four: Critical Examination Of Communication Research, Theory, Process And Practice -- Values and Communication Research - James D Halloran -- Emerging Challenges to Media Theory - Denis McQuail -- Natural Communication - Ramona R Rush -- An Unnatural Act for Mankind? -- Practising Journalism Communicatively - Brenda Dervin and Robert Huesca -- Moving from Journalism Practiced as Ideology to Journalism Practiced as Theorized Procedure -- Part Five: International Communication And Technology Issues -- Assumptions - Doug Newsom -- Problems in International Communication -- Development, Imperialism and Globalization - Colin Sparks -- The Implication of the Paradigm Shifts in International Communication -- The Planning of Communication Technology - Cees J Hamelink -- Alternatives for the Periphery -- Rethinking African Communication Research in the World of New Information Technologies and Pro-Democracy Movement - Luke Uka Uche -- Regenerating Information and Communication Inequalities? - Robin Mansell -- Media Ownership and Control in an Age of Convergence - Herbert I Schiller -- Inventory of Textbooks in Communication Studies around the World - Kaarle Nordenstreng, Aggrey Brown and Michael Traber.

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