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In 21st Century, Media has proven to be the most powerful entity under the sun. The omnipotent and omnipresent media has influenced every sphere of human sustenance- from society to culture, from politics to economics. The ever dynamic domain has given rise to many new phenomena and notions to galore. The New Media and tech driven communication has also ushered in a plethora of possibilities to explore. The Digital Media has set up complete newer approaches of information dissemination, cultural production and control.Media freedom is ensured by media pluralism and diversity of opinions. As a result, a truly free media can exist only in a market devoid of monopoly. Citizens are unable to examine the government or receive the essential knowledge to make reasoned judgments in the absence of media freedom and pluralism. Media pluralism is of two types called external and internal pluralism. Media is both ‘constructed…’ i.e. created by individuals with their own agendas and biases and ‘constructing’ i.e. people incorporate the media to help them define their own social reality. The goal of this edited collection is to bring together media scholars from across the country to discuss issues of marginality in media representations. This edited copilation of essays will delve deep into contours of marginalisation and thereby bringing a scholastic platform engage and re-engage into realities of marginalisation, from theory to praxis.
Chief Editors : Dr. Sayan Dey And Dr. V Ratnamala
Dr. Sayan Dey is an Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. His research interests inclue Print and New Media Studies.
Dr. V Ratnamala is an Associate Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. Her research interests inclue Caste and Communication, Representation of Dalits in Media.
Dr. Irene Lalruatkimi is an Associate Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. Her research interests inclue Television Studies
Mrs. Indira Devi Nongmaithem is an Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. Her research interests inclue Print and New Media Studies C4D, Media and Society
Dr. Lalremruati Khiangte, is an Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. Her research interests inclue Social Media and MLE
Dr. Dheeraj Kumar, is an Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University. His research interests inclue Agenda Setting Research, Political Communication Research.
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