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Bangladesh's changing mediascape from state control to market forces

Bangladesh's changing mediascape from state control to market forces

Author: Brian Shoesmith; Jude William R Genilo; Md Asiuzzaman
Publisher: Bristol Intellect 2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Presents an undertaking of the trends, patterns and prospects of the Bangladeshi media. This book covers the country's various mass media, new media, public relations and policy issues surrounding  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Shoesmith; Jude William R Genilo; Md Asiuzzaman
ISBN: 9781841504735 1841504734
OCLC Number: 934668841
Description: 1 v. 23 cm
Contents: Chapter 1: Bangladesh's Changing Mediascape: An Introduction - Brian Shoesmith and Jude William GeniloChapter 2: From Few to Many Voices: An Overview of Bangladesh's Media - Brian Shoesmith and Shameem MahmudPART I: HistoriesChapter 3: The Transformation of the Bangladesh Press - Shameem MahmudChapter 4: Radio in Bangladesh: Growth, Decline and Transformation - Jude William Genilo, Bikash Ch. Bhowmick, and Brian ShoesmithChapter 5: Rickshaw Puller's Dreams: From a Cultural History to an Economic Geography of Bangladesh Popular Cinema - Zakir Hossain RajuChapter 6: Mu- lafhireejawa (back to the root): Photojournalism and Documentary Photography in Bangladesh - Norman LeslieChapter 7: Fragile Fourth Estate: A history of Censorship in Bangladesh (1972-2012) - Naeem MohaiemenChapter 8: Media Law in Bangladesh - A B M Hamidul MishbahPART II: Social and Political Contexts Chapter 9: Negotiating Identity: Islam in the Films of Tareque and Catherine Masud - Juditha Ohlmacher and Anis PervezChapter 10: Women in Bangladeshi Soap Operas: Myth or Reality? - Monami HaqueChapter 11: 'Digital Bangladesh': Technology, Inequality and Social Change - AJM Shafiul Alam BhuiyanChapter 12: Narratives on Digital Bangladesh: Shared Meanings, Shared Concerns - Jude William Genilo, Shamsul Islam, and Marium AktherChapter 13: A Political History of Television in Bangladesh - Brian Shoesmith, Shameen Mahmud, and S M Shameem RezaPART III: Media PracticesChapter 14: The Profile and Activity of Citizen Journalists: A Study on Bangla Blog Community - Fahmidul HaqChapter 15: Independent Cinema in Bangladesh: Its Roots, Growth, Challenges, and Opportunities - Fahmidul Haq and Shanthi BalrajChapter 16: Politics of Restraint: The Media and the Chittagong Hill Tracts - Hana Shams AhmedChapter 17: Television, Discursive Spaces, and the Public Sphere of Bangladesh - Jude William Genilo and Ashik Mohammad ShafiChapter 18: Public Relations in Bangladesh: Past Discourses, Future Trends - Jude William Genilo and Imtiaz Ahmed ChowdhuryChapter 19: Challenging the Hegemonic Gaze: Women and Representation in a Cross-cultural Context - Caitlin HarrisonChapter 20: Conclusion: A Final Word on Market Forces and the Bangladeshi Mediascape - Brian Shoesmith and Jude William Genilo
Responsibility: edited by Brian Shoesmith, Jude William Genilo, Md Asiuzzaman


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