Mass Communication

Mass Communication has emerged as a major area of interest and has immensely contributed to the development & empowerment of society. As an academic discipline, it has rapidly acquired importance and become a major attraction for students. The information technology revolution has significantly contributed to the expansion of mass media. It has also posed major challenges for students, teachers and practitioners of mass media. The rapidly evolving technology scenario is changing the very complexion of the discipline in a manner unknown to any other area of academic activity.

This course is an examination of the effect and impact of mass media on contemporary life and society. The course covers both the historical evolution of media as well as contemporary developments and issues. Areas of coverage include, newspapers and journalism, magazine and book publishing, radio and television broadcasting, motion pictures, music recording, Internet and social media, cable and satellite communication, advertising and public relations; media law and ethics.