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 assurance of significant parts equivalent to economics, felony concerns, technological know-how, arts and tradition and humour; the media in standpoint - other kinds of journalistic practices; and destiny developments - discussing more recent sorts of journalism comparable to running a blog
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There is plenty of documented material that shows that, in India, the law, along with the medical establishment and institutions of state like the police, have marginalized queer persons in India. If a reporter who is covering a story that involves queer persons does not take into account the context of queer lives in the country, then there is a high chance of a prejudiced and inaccurate report. In order to avoid this, it is not enough for the reports to be ‘objective’ by quoting both the police and the queer persons involved.
Boom! Rattle! Zoom! — They almost always will not wait. Nobody was left behind— They almost never are, you know. All except for me, of course— We almost always are, you know. Afraid that children will get completely left behind in the frenetic tumble, Zimbabwean writer Chiedza Musengezi refuses to sugar-coat her comments. ‘People don’t mind buying beautiful clothes, but will not spare a thought to buy books. On the other hand, they complain about the price of books,’ she says. Of course, she is talking about Zimbabwe, but what she says is equally true of India: ‘It’s true, not many here have disposable incomes, but I am shocked by the attitude of those who do.
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21st Century Journalism in India by Nalini Rajan