Items where Division is "Jindal School of Journalism & Communication" and Year is 2021

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George, Cherian, Zeng, Yuan and Mazumdar, Suruchi (2021) Navigating conflicts of interest: Ethical policies of 12 exemplary Asian media organisations. Journalism, 22 (6). pp. 1279-1295. ISSN 14648849

Gupta, Uttaran Das (2021) Chilli powder and resistance: Mirch Masala, Shaheen Bagh, and the politics of space. Jindal Global Law Review, 12 (1). pp. 157-169. ISSN 09752498

Mazumdar, Suruchi (2021) Profit versus partisan causes in diverse ownership models: A case study of mainstream newspapers in east Indian city of Kolkata. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 31 (2). pp. 229-247. ISSN 1326365X

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Twenty years of the'global war on terror. The India Forum.

Rajan, Benson (2021) Sari, femininity, and wall art: A semiotic study of guessWho’s street art in Bengaluru. Tripodos (50). pp. 111-130. ISSN 11383305

Rajan, Benson, Jose, Lydia G. and Sundar, Thejas (2021) Are you hooked to the ‘gram’? exploring the correlation between loneliness, the fear of missing out, and Instagram usage among young Indians. Palabra Clave, 25 (2): e2525. pp. 1-26. ISSN 2027-534X

Rajan, Benson and Venkatraman, Shreya (2021) Insta-hate: An exploration of Islamophobia and right-wing nationalism on Instagram amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in India. Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, 14 (1). pp. 71-91. ISSN 1751942X

Sarkar, Sahana and Rajan, Benson (2021) Materiality and discursivity of cyber violence against women in India. Journal of Creative Communications. ISSN 09732586 (In Press)

Book Section

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Free speech, democracy and the ‘hidden persuaders’: Segregation in the public sphere. In: Companion to Indian democracy: Resilience, fragility, ambivalence. Routledge, New Delhi, pp. 204-222. ISBN 9781003219477

Rajan, Benson (2021) Popular culture and the (mis)representation of Asperger’s: A study on the sitcoms Community and The Big Bang Theory. In: Normalizing Mental Illness and Neurodiversity in Entertainment Media Quieting the Madness. Taylor and Francis Inc., London, pp. 66-82. ISBN 978-100037735-4, 978-036782052-7

Rajan, Benson and Venkatraman, Shreya (2021) Dalit empowerment, narratives and violence: Locating Ambedkar through select films. In: Caste, communication and power. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New delhi, pp. 198-212. ISBN 9789391370824

Book Reviews

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The violence of borders [Book Review] Midnight's borders: a people's history of modern India by Suchitra Vijayan. [Book Reviews]

Ray, Reeju (2021) Indian sex life: Sexuality and the colonial origins of modern social thought. [Book Reviews]

Article in News Papers and Magazine

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Beating down critical journalism, creative freedom. The Hindu.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Beating down critical journalism, creative freedoms. The Hindu.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Counting crisis. The Hindu Business Line, BLink.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Designed to paralyse:India’s new rules for digital news publications. The India Forum.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Making America Grate Again. The Hindu Business Line, BLink,.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) No country for free speech. The Hindu Business Line, BLink.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The Oting massacre and the state of exception in democracies. The Leaflet.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) Zionist Wrath versus the Palestinian People. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The curious case of the bullish stockmarkets in the pandemic. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The dramatic siege of US-occupied Afghanistan. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The great game. The Hindu Business Line, BLink.

Rajan, Benson (2021) Fides quaerens intellectum and techno-religious authority. Fuller Studio (Fuller Theological Seminary).

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