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ISBN- 81-261-0454-6

Print journalism is designed for the eye while broadcast journalism is produced for ear. As such for broadcast journalism 'hear' copy is written rather than 'see' copy which is the hallmark of newspaper. Handbook of Radio, TV and Broadcast Journalism contains rich information in the field. Topics viz., Radio, TV and Broadcast Journalism; Radio and Communication Media; TV Documentary and Commentary; Broadcast Media; Broadcast Reporting; Sources of News; News casting; New Reporting Skills; Broadcast Writing Style; Reporting Techniques; and News-Gathering Tactics etc. are elaborately analysed. This will prove a handy reference tool to all the concerned.
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ISBN- 81-261-2704-X

This is one of the most lucid and ground breaking treatises on journalism ethics I have red. It is full of fascinating new insights into ethical issues and the implications for both industry and education are substantial. It will undoubtedly become a seminal work on the topics. Professor Mark Pearson, Bon University, Queensland Essential reading for anyone ready to wrestle with hard questions about the ethics of the media and how it exerts its powerful influence on the evolution of Australian society-and its central institutions. Dr. Simon Longstaff, St. James Ethics Centre, Sydney Quagmires and Quandearies make a substantial contribution to the journalism ethics literature. What I particularly like about it is its recognition that journalism ethics is far more than individual decision-making; it has many institutional and corporate ramifications. Dr. Richards book places journalism in a much wide context than most Australian journalism scholarship-indeed; it is only recently that serious American scholarship in the field has come to look at the issues as broadly as Dr. Richards has. Professor Jay Black, Poynter-Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy, University of South Florida This book should be on the must-read list of Australian editors and journalists, and journalism educators and their students. It approaches journalism ethics in a refreshingly innovative way and opens up the debates to new ways of thinking about journalism, social ethics and Australian society. Written in an easily accessible style, the book will be of great value to practitioners, educators and students alike as they wrestle with the increasingly complex ethical questions emerging from contemporary journalism practice. Centred on several key critical questions, the book encourages us all to think and act reflexively about journalistic practice and its consequences. Professor R. Warwick Blood, University of Canberra
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ISBN- 81-261-2326-5

Human resources make the difference to societies and organizations. If two countries accounted by its human resources. In a knowledge economy, scale and success are a function of the ability and attitude of people. The volume is useful in addressing some of the vital issues relating to international human resources, cross-cultural management and training and development leveraging the potential of information technology. The papers deal not merely with HRD issues concerning managers and professional, but also the workers. It deals with the challenges for HRD arising out of globalisation, technology and competition. Some of the chapters specifically take stock of the current status of the profession, competency requirements, emerging challenges and future roles and future of HRD itself. Human Resource Development-Challenges and Opportunities is an effort in the direction of raising certain queries and concerns in the field, as a contribution towards enabling human resource development to become more accountable and integrated part of organizational life. The work is also directed at engaging in deeper meaningful debate to construct workable, effective and useful approaches, in an effort to strengthen the future of human resource development. It is hoped that this volume will serve to highlight a need for further paradigm exploration in the study of organizations and their management.
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ISBN- 81-261-2709-0

Writing Research Reports takes the pain out of writing up postgraduate research but these principles can also be applied to other research reports, papers for academic journals, conferences and research grant applications. The book concentrates on the economics of a research program- how to get the best return for effort- rather than offering prescription for every stage of the research. It is about avoiding the avoidable mistakes and answering the questions that students most frequently ask. It offers a realistic and practical approach to academic research into the built environment, and into applied science more generally, that will be invaluable to every writer and researcher. Topics explored include: . The different views of science and the implications of these differences. . The nature of the requirement for the thesis to make a 'significant contribution'; . Theories and models and how to use them; . Major problems that might be encountered in any research program and how these problems can be avoided; . The crucial role of supervisors and how to select and make the best use of them; . Critical reading and critical thinking; . Effective writing for problem-solving and communication; and . Alternatives to conventional planning.
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