Role of the Media as a Prime Tool to Tackle Rural Poverty in Meghalaya, India

@inproceedings{etal2017RoleOT,
  title={Role of the Media as a Prime Tool to Tackle Rural Poverty in Meghalaya, India},
  author={S. et.al.},
  year={2017}
}
editor@tjprc.org ROLE OF THE MEDIA AS A PRIME TOOL TO TACKLE RURAL P OVERTY IN MEGHALAYA, INDIA S MAXWELL LYNGDOH 1 & SAMUEL WILSON MESHACK 2 Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Mar tin Luther Christian University, Shillong, Meghalaya, India President, World Association for Christian Communica tion (WACC) and Professor of Communication @ Hindustan Bible Instit ute affiliated to MLCU, India ABSTRACT Objective 

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