Development Communication in India : Prospect , Issues and Trends

  title={Development Communication in India : Prospect , Issues and Trends},
  author={Vineet Kaul},
How did the discipline and practice of development communication begin? Who were the founders and how were the first experiments implemented? The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of development communication. To do so, the first section focuses on the theoretical perspective and evolution of development communication. This study then specifies the components of development communication and, having done so, proceeds to evaluate the various approaches to this conceptual… CONTINUE READING

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