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The Communication Rights in the Information Society (CRIS) Campaign
Social movement theories offer useful conceptual and analytical tools to the study and research of global media reform movements. This article is a critical analysis of the Communication Rights inExpand
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Negotiating Communication Rights: Case Studies from India
Communication rights are a barometer of the degree of transparency and fairness in a democracy. India, the world's largest democracy, has found itself at the center of this debate. This book, throughExpand
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Participatory Development Communication: Philosophical Premises
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Political Economy of Communications in India: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
This book is a critical study of the political economy of communications in India. It explores the ways in which contexts, policies, and processes at national and international levels shape mediaExpand
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Development Communication and Social Change in Historical Context
At any given time, there is a great variety of theoretical and practical approaches in development communications/communications and social change (CSC). Broadly speaking, developmentExpand
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Book Review: Don't Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media, Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific
  • P. Thomas
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 1 February 2015
Review(s) of: Don't spoil my beautiful face: Media, mayhem and human rights in the Pacific, by Robie, David, Little Island Press/Pacific Media Centre, Auckland, 2014, ISBN 9 7818 7748 4254, 362 pp.,Expand
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Bhoomi, Gyan Ganga, e-governance and the right to information: ICTs and development in India
  • P. Thomas
  • Geography, Business
  • Telematics Informatics
  • 1 February 2009
The emergence of India as a global player in software development, IT, and call centre operations is one side of an information revolution that has also begun to impact on governance and development at a domestic level in areas such as e-governance, e-commerce and e-health. Expand
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Telecom musings: public service issues in India
Purpose – In assessing the contribution made by telecommunications in India by the state and civil society to public service, this article aims to identify the state's initial reluctance to recogniseExpand
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Religious commodities, spiritual markets and the media
The relationship between the religious commodity market, popular culture and political economy remains under-theorized. The globalization of religion has led to a massive global trade in on-line andExpand
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The Software Industry in India
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