The updated list consist of diverse subject/ issues that look into the institutionalization of local concerns, a theoretical account on how to build successful communication bridges across diverse cultures, among many others. The Books section will reflect the diverse range of topics taken up by these authors in Media Studies and Journalism books, which has markedly proliferated over the years.
The Hoot will be publishing reviews of these books by experts. The section will also include excerpts taken from the books.
The Hoot invites its readers to recommend/ review books that you have read.
I. Media and the Public Sphere
Anup Kumar. The Making of a Small State. Orient Blackswan Private Limited, 2011.
e. Ramaswami Harindranath. Audience-Citizens: The Media, Public Knowledge and Interpretive Practice. New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, London: Sage Publications, 2009.
II. Public Relations
III. Media Ethics
IV. Media and the Environment
V. Media as Business
VI. Studies in Indian Television
VII. Media Discourses
Edited by: Partha Pratim Basu, Ipshita Chanda. Locating Cultural Change: Theory, Method, Process. Los Angeles, London, New Delhi and Singapore: Sage Publications, 2011. http://www.uk.sagepub.com/books/Book236109
VIII. New Media
IX. Media and Gender
X. Media Freedom, Media and Law