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The Globalization of Bollywood: An Ethnography of Non-Elite Audiences in India
  • S. Rao
  • Sociology
  • 16 February 2007
There has been a growing Western interest in Bollywood, India's large film industry based in Mumbai. This article attempts to find the ways in which Indian identity is being shaped by the newExpand
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GLOCALIZATION OF INDIAN JOURNALISM
This article explores glocalization, a theoretical framework advanced by Ronald Robertson, as a way to understand the changes taking place in Indian journalism practices and news content. The impactExpand
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Globalizing Media Ethics? An Assessment of Universal Ethics Among International Political Journalists
In response to recent scholarship on the need for universal professional values, a call that has intensified in the post-9/11 world, this article reports how journalists in Asia and the Middle EastExpand
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Accountability, democracy, and globalization: a study of broadcast journalism in India
  • S. Rao
  • Political Science
  • 14 August 2008
This paper shows that globalization of the Indian broadcast landscape, despite market pressures, has allowed Indian journalists to seek accountability from the government, and has given audiences aExpand
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Toward a Global Media Ethics: Theoretical Perspectives
Theoretical debates about global media ethics have been marked by disagreements about the nature, possibility, and desirability of a global ethics. This article attempts to address thoseExpand
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Unusual causes of fungal rhinosinusitis: a study from a tertiary care centre in South India.
PURPOSE The frequency of mycotic infections of the nose and paranasal sinuses has been increasing over the past three decades. Apart from the common causes of fungal rhinosinusitis such asExpand
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Ethics and News Making in the Changing Indian Mediascape
The Indian mediascape has dramatically changed in the past 15 years. Gradual privatization and deregulation have resulted in increased entertainment-driven rather than public-service oriented news.Expand
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THE “LOCAL” IN GLOBAL MEDIA ETHICS
  • S. Rao
  • Sociology
  • 17 November 2011
This article explores critical regionalism, as defined in the works of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, as a way to understand and expand the concept of “local” in global media ethics. By using examplesExpand
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Making of Selfie Nationalism: Narendra Modi, the Paradigm Shift to Social Media Governance, and Crisis of Democracy
  • S. Rao
  • Political Science
  • 18 January 2018
The 2014 general elections in India marked a new media beginning. It catapulted Narendra Modi onto the national political scene through his clever use of digital media space as a form of publicExpand
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Conversing Ethics in India’s News Media
This paper identifies the significant ethical challenges expressed by journalists and editors working in media companies in the city of Hyderabad, India. Keeping those dilemmas and challenges inExpand
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