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The green pen environmental journalism in India and South Asia

Keya Acharya; Frederick Noronha


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  • Title:
    The green pen environmental journalism in India and South Asia
  • Author: Keya Acharya; Frederick Noronha
  • Description: Cover; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Section One: Environmental Journalism and Environmental Reporting; 1 - Environment Stories, among the Most Challenging; 2 - This Separate Category; 3 - Environmental Journalism at the Time of Economic Liberalisation; 4 - Environmental Journalism since Economic Liberalisation; 5 - The Most Serious News; 6 - Writing about the Birds and the Bees; 7 - My Words, It's Still Fun!; 8 - Problems of Aesthetics and Misplaced Altruism: Media and Environment in Northeast India; 9 - Good Journalism, That's All; 10 - Media is No Longer the Fourth Estate
    11 - Lost in the Smog 12 - Tourism and Beyond: Does Environmental Journalism Matter?; 13 - Environment Journalism, Maldivian Style; 14 - Uphill and Downstream in Pakistan; Section Two: Science, Health and the Environment; 15 - Good Science, Environment Journalism and the Barriers to It!; 16 - Environment, Exotic Diseases and the Media: Emerging Issues; Section Three: Wildlife Journalism; 17 - At the End of a Dark Tunnel, a Faint Light; 18 - Tiger Defends the Biodiversity; Section Four: Environment and Water; 19 - The Media's Role in Water and Sanitation
    20 - Water Journalism Warrants Better Attention Section Five: Reporting on Disasters; 21 - Dispatches from the Frontline: Making of The Greenbelt Reports; 22 - Floods: Blacked Out but Real; 23 - Turbulence: How Volunteers Cyber-Responded to a Tsunami; 24 - Stop All the Clocks! Beyond Text, Looking at the Pics; 25 - What Does One Photograph Do To Depict a Flood?; 26- It Was a Long Journey; Section Seven: Communicating on the Environment; 27 - Paradigm Shift in Agricultural Communication; 28 - A 'Global City' vs the Environment
    29 - Wild Panther in Miramar? Goa on the Verge of Environmental Hara-kiri Section Eight: Gender and Environment; 30 - Reporting Gender and Environment: Beyond Tokenism; Section Nine: Environmental Movements; 31 - The Grass is Greener This Side; 32 - The Chipko and Appiko Movements; Section Ten: An Anil Agarwal Reader; 33 - Media Games; 34 - Saying It with Pictures; 35 - No Screen Presence; About the Editors and Contributors
    This is a collection of essays by prominent Indian and South Asian environmental journalists. The essays examine this specialisation of journalism both historically and in the present.
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Publisher: New Delhi ; London : SAGE
  • Format: 1 online resource (322 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 93-5150-927-3;ISBN 1-282-50341-3;ISBN 9786612503412;ISBN 81-321-0496-X
  • Subjects: Environmental protection -- Press coverage -- India; Environmental protection -- Press coverage -- South Asia; Environmental health -- Press coverage -- India; Environmental health -- Press coverage -- South Asia; Mass media and the environment -- India; Mass media and the environment -- South Asia; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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