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Theories of Communication and Mass Media

Namita Agrawal (Author)
Synopsis The media for mass communication better known as mass media include those of printed world and picture, where appeal to the sense of sight (newspapers, magazines, books, pamphlets, direct mail, etc.), radio, which is aimed at the sense of sound, television and motion pictures, which appeal both to the visual and auditory sense. Among the varied agencies involved in communication are the press associations, the press syndicates, advertising agencies, public relations departments of companies and institutions as well as research and teaching groups. All mass media are interrelated and any attempt at separating them into tight compartments is a futile task. Employees shift from on medium to another with compartments is a futile task. Employees shift from on medium to another with comparative ease. Certain details of technique are different but the overall principles of mass communication among humans are remarkably similar in all media. This unique presentation will suit to the needs of students, teachers, researchers, media personnels and general readers.
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About the author

Namita Agrawal

Namita Agrawal obtained her M.A. degree from Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur. She also did her diploma course in Jouralism and Mass Communication from Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism, Bhopal. She is a freelance writer. She frequently writes in different magazines and newspapers. She has contributed a large number of articles to various reputed journals and has authored many books. She is actively associated with teaching, research and consultancy

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Bibliographic information

Title Theories of Communication and Mass Media
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Book Enclave
Language: English
isbn 8181521595, 9788181521590
length vii+248p., Figures; 22cm.