By Nalini Rajan
The theories and practices of journalism in twenty first century India are mentioned during this quantity. The 4 major sections research: representing the unrepresented - facing the media illustration (or lack) of maginalized teams of society; the plurality of perform - learning the insurance of vital parts equivalent to economics, criminal matters, technology, arts and tradition and humour; the media in point of view - other kinds of journalistic practices; and destiny tendencies - discussing more moderen sorts of journalism comparable to running a blog
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21st Century Journalism in India by Nalini Rajan