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Mass Communication and Specific Media Professions

Sudhir Mishra (Author)
Synopsis There are two basic reasons of media freedom in a democracy. First to ensure providing unfettered flow of information about public affairs. And secondly press should be a forum for differing opinion and ideas. In recent years there has been much debate about whether these rights to freedom of expression are primarily for individuals or for institutions of mass communication. Legal scholars the courts and the media critics have spoken of the press or media as the necessary representative of the people their trustee or surrogate. First it is power to decide what to report and how it can determine the quality of reportage. Readers and viewers have little capacity to influence much less to control, media performance. Second the very existence of the media serves to give notice to the centers of power that they are being watched and will be held accountable to the people.
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About the author

Sudhir Mishra

Sudhir Mishra has done his Masters of Mass Communication (MMC) from Indore in 2002 and did his M.A. (Hindi) from Gwalior in the year 2005. Presently he is engaged in his research work on 'Behaviour and Impact of Convergence Media', which he is pursuing at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. He has been prolific writer and has been contributing articles to various national and international journals of repute.

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Bibliographic information

Title Mass Communication and Specific Media Professions
Author Sudhir Mishra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Mahaveer & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8183770959
length vii+172p.