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- UGC NET Mass Communication and Journalism Syllabus 2021
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UGC NET Mass Communication and Journalism Syllabus 2021
The author of this book, Sameer K. Mishra, has completed his college education in National Institute of Technology, Karnataka. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Read more Read less. Previous page.
Download 15 years previous ugc net mass communication and journalism question papers (pdf)
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Mass Communication — Nature of Media and Content. Characteristics of Indian Society — Demographic and Sociological impact of media in general. Impact of media on specific audiences — Women, children, etc. Mass media effects studies and their limitations. Mass campaigns for specific issues — Social concerns, environment, human rights, gender equality.
History, growth and development of print and electronic media. Major landmarks in print and electronic media in Indian languages. Media criticism and media literacy, Press Council and Press Commissions of India, status of journalism and media education in India. Media policies of the Government of India since Independence. Models and theories of mass communication, normative theories, administrative and critical traditions in communication, media and journalism studies, communication and theories of socio-cultural, educational and agricultural change.
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