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Media at work in China and India : discovering and dissecting / edited by Robin Jeffrey and Ronojoy Sen.
Contributor(s): Jeffrey, Robin [editor.] | Sen, Ronojoy [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: Los Angeles : SAGE Publications, 2015Description: xliv, 347 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789351503002 (hbk.).Subject(s): Mass media -- China | Mass media and culture -- China | Mass media -- India | Mass media and culture -- IndiaDDC classification: 302.230951 MED
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
PrefaceIntroduction: Media at Work-Four Sames and Three Differents - Robin Jeffrey and Ronojoy SenI: STRUCTURESDevelopment and Communication: The Evolution of Chinese Media - Li YangNewspapers in India: Diversity, Ownership and Future - Robin JeffreyIndia on Television: Owners, Politicians and Debate in a Democracy - Nalin MehtaChina's Cultural War against the West - Ying ZhuII. REPORTERSPortrait of a Chinese Journalist - John ZhouPortrait of an Indian Journalist - Anshuman TiwariExperience: Understanding and Reporting India - Tang LuMedia, Messaging and Misperceptions in India-China Relations: Reading the Tea Leaves - Ananth KrishnanIII. PRACTICESChina in the Times of India - Ronojoy SenThe View from an Indian Television Newsroom: What Makes Us Different? - Srinjoy ChowdhuryTrying Hard to Be Soft: The Chinese State and India in CCTV News - Danny GeevargheseiThe CCTV-Reuters Relationship - John JirikCovering Commerce: How Indian Newspapers Treat Business, Economics and the China Story - Subhomoy BhattacharjeeIV. DISSECTIONSMedia Control as Stability Maintenance: The Case of the Sichuan Earthquake - Ming XiaWhen Officials and Media Failed: The Response to the Uttarakhand Floods, 2013 - Anup KumarSocial Media: China and India Compared - Jonathan Benney, Nimmi RangaswamyShooting the Messengers - Simon LongGlossaryIndex
Understand the complexities of media in India and China, and their similarities and differences.