Rural Development Through Community Television

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  • Author :Raja Pokharapurkar
  • Year of Publication :1993
  • ISBN: :9788170224501
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 243
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Community Development, Journalism and Mass Communication, Rural Development, Sociology

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About the Book :

The present study attempts to study the factors influencing TV Communication for rural development through community viewing. It aims to understand the role of TV in the present day rural life insofar as the rural development is concerned and analyses barriers involved in the communication process evolved through community TV. The study has a nature of feedback study. The findings of the study would be useful to policy makers and programmers. The conventional media system and the traditional media system would not clash for developmental aspects of rural areas. The entire scope of the study is very much needed today as we look forward to bring about the considerable change in the rural life by educating and entertaining them through the community television communication.

About Author :

D.K. Pokharapurkar joined the Space Application Centre (SAC) in August 1971 to conduct research for Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) Before joining SAC/SITE, Dr. Pokharapurkar had completed his master degree at the Tata Institute of Social Science, Bombay in social work with specialization in Social Research. Dr. Pokharapurkar contribution to SITE research was truly noteworthy and he gained an extraordinary experience. After SITE he continued his research career at the Film and Television Institute in India (FTII), Pune. He is at present working as Professor, Communication and Head of Audio Vedio Centre of Yeashwantrao Chavan Maharasntra Open University, Nashik. He has contributed many audio and video programmes for Open University through Distance Education. He has co-ordinate recently a Training Workshop for Audio Video Production at Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik with the help of BBC in May, 1993. Dr. Pokharapurkar sound background in Sociology, his experience in the largest communication experiment, SITE, his ability to confine constructive with colleagues, his multifarious media skills, have made him a very versatile practitioner of the art and science of communication. He has published many papers on communication research and educational programmes.