So what makes up news? Prof Mohan analyses an episode of the “News Hour Debate” to address the role of the Indian media in cooking up the anti-nationalism debate in India. By providing a few points to lay out the criteria of what makes news, Prof Mohan then deconstructs the Feb 10 episode and goes on to highlight the role of the media in shaping the national conversation and in driving public opinion in a one-sided manner. He also addresses how the media here serve as propaganda tools of the state. Watch the clip below.
Last month, CARE invited Dr Binod Agrawal and Dr Tejaswini Niranjana to give a talk on their research they have done in India. Dr Binod shared with us his research on how satellite communication technology has performed and developed in India while Dr Tejaswini presented her research on the process of becoming a woman in India in the age of globalisation. You can watch the recordings of both talks below. Enjoy!
DR BINOD C AGRAWAL
PROMISES AND PERFORMANCES OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA
DR TEJASWINI NIRANJANA
THE REORGANISATION OF DESIRE: CULTURAL LIVES OF YOUNG WOMEN IN GLOBALISING INDIA
For the final day of our conference, we had a plenary by Dr. Raka Shome and Dr. Ambar Basu on the topic of "Open Dialogue on Subalternity" and one in the afternoon with our collaborators from HOME and Project X addressing the topic on "Academic-Activist Partnerships in Creating Spaces for Social Change". We also had 2 panel sessions where the presenters shared their research work on the themes of "Communicating for Social Change" and "A Culture-Centered Approach to Social Change". We ended the conference with a closing keynote by Mr P.V. Satheesh from the Deccan Development Society.
Plenary 03 - Open Dialogue on SubalternityPanel 03 - Communicating for Social Change: In ActionPlenary 04 - Academic-Activist Partnerships in Creating Spaces for Social Change
For the second day of our “Communication for Social Change: Intersections of Theory & Praxis” conference, CARE had the honour of having Professor Collins O. Airhihenbuwa as the opening keynote speaker along with Dr. Ambar Basu and Professor Barbara Sharf to deliver the plenary sessions. We also had 2 different panel sessions on "Theoretical Articulations of Social Change" and "Social Change Methodologies" presented by different speakers from around the region.
Leadership for Social Justice in Global Health Communication: Why Culture Matters Plenary 01 - Culture-Centered Method: Postcolonial InterrogationsPanel 01 - Theoretical Articulations of Social ChangePlenary 02 - Gun Violence as a U.S. Public Health Concern: A Case of Narrative InattentionPanel 02 - Social Change Methodologies
CARE is hosting Professor Saurabh Dube to deliver a CARE seminar series entailing two talks and a workshop on 7 and 8 March. For more information about the talk and the speaker, please refer to the poster below. See you there