The study: 1. Introduction.
2. Review of literature.
3. Plan and procedures for the study.
4. 'Role analysis' of college principals.
5. Communication needs assessment-survey analysis.
6. Development, implementation and evaluation of the module.
7. Findings, conclusion and recommendations.
II. The module: 1.
Conceptual understanding of 'communication'. 2.
Understanding organizational communication. 3.
Oral communication. 4.
Written communication. 5.
Use of technology in communication. Epilogue.
"The study described in this book addresses the critical needs of educational administrators to sharpen their skills on how to manage change, resources, financial matters, technology, people, relationships, conflict resolution and the overall communication to and from the organisation they work for. Focusing on identified training needs, the self-instructional material in the book will be of great interest and use to researchers, educationists and to any person appointed to fulfill the role of administrator or principal in a college, university or any other academic organisation.
Professional aspects. 3.
Cultivation of mass communication. 4.
Basic norms of mass communication. 5.
Success in career. 6.
Social orientation of mass communication. 7.
Media organisations. 8.
Writing for mass communication. 9.
Newspapers and journals. 10.
News collection. 11.
Role of news agencies. 12.
Writing on particular subjects. 13.
Journals and magazines. 14.
Writing for periodicals. 15.
Art of reporting. 16.
Art of editing. 17.
Criticism writing. 18.
Role of science. 19.
News on radio. 20.
News on television. 21.
Moral aspects of mass communication. Bibliography.
Index. "Once thought to be a difficult task, career in mass communication has witnessed tremendous changes, lately introduction of a media is a new stream for the industry.
It has opened new avenues. It has opened a number of windows in the sphere of profession.
Advantages apart, the favouring factors, i.e.
, hard work, sharp intelligence, analysing attitude, honesty, courage to face the hostile winds(less)
The pattern of questions asked in the 2011 Civil Services Preliminary Examination is also taken as reference(less)
Photojournalism and ethic. 2.
Journalism education in India. 3.
Assignments and techniques. 4.
Perspective of photojournalism. 5.
Victims of violence. 6.
Rights to privacy. 7.
Picture manipulation. 8.
Media and journalism. 9.
Dialogue with citizen photojournalism. 10.
Mass media and anthropology. 11.
Citizen photojournalism. 12.
Science communication and development. 13.
Creativity and journalists. 14.
Environmental journalism in India. 15.
Print media vs internet media. Bibliography.
"Photo journalism is a particular form of journalism (the collecting editing, and presenting of news material for publication or broadcast) that creates images in order to tell a news story. It is now usually understood to refer only to still images, and in some cases to video used in broadcast journalism.
Photojournalism is distinguished from other close branches of photography. A photo-journalist should not be taken to mean a photographer who can write as well as take pictures.
He is a photographer who is able to tell(less)
HRM: Perspectives and challenges: 1. HRM contribution to global competitive advantage.
2. Human Resource Management and functions.
3. Concepts of HRD and strategic HRM.
4. Aligning HR Strategies with Business strategies.
5. Emerging challenges in human resource management.
6. Proactive role of human resource function.
7. Keys to human resource success in the coming decade.
II. Acquiring talent: 8.
Human Resource Planning (HRP). 2.
Job analysis, job description and job specification. 10.
Strategies for recruitment and e-Recruitment. 11.
Psychological tests. 12.
Multimedia interviews. 13.
Interview process. 14.
Current focus in selection norms. III.
Retention strategies: 15. Employee retention: conceptual strategies.
16. Retaining your best people.
17. Strategic role of team leader in retention of talent.
18. Life-Friendly Organisation (LFO).
19. Orientation and socialisation of employees.
20. Job design influence on productivity and satisfaction.
21. Employee engagement crucial for retention.
22. Enhancing creativity and fun.
23. Organisational stress managing strategies.
Pictorial communication. 2.
Graphic designers and applied researchers. 3.
Effects of graphic designer. 4.
Symbolism and syntax rule in visual communication. 5.
Graphic presentation of patient package. 6.
Designing of public information symbols. 7.
Need of training for photo journalism. 8.
Training structures in photo journalism. 9.
Challenges and opportunities in photo journalism. 10.
Journalists and sources of Photo journalism. 11.
Polling and precision journalism. 12.
Pictorial statement without syntax. 13.
Water safety hazards with sequential pictographs. 14.
Information processing in visual communication. 15.
Developing transport tables and graphs. 16.
Graphic support systems in visual communication. 17.
Text, pictures or flowcharts for information purpose. 18.
Recapitulation techniques. 19.
Symbols for health care facilities in visual communication. Bibliography.
Index. "Visual communication and photo journalism is the only text to offer substantial coverage of issues specific to all forms of visual communication and journalism.
This book is helping students analyse visual messages using a(less)
Principles of journalism. 2.
Mass media and journalism education in India. 3.
Pictorial symbol of public information. 4.
Practical and study of photo journalism. 5.
Technical resources of photo journalism. 6.
Importance of effective opportunities in photo journalism. 7.
Resources of photo journalism. 8.
Polling and precision journalism. 9.
The importance of newspaper and media. 10.
Structure of media. 11.
Decision making in media and communication. 12.
Future of media technology. Bibliography.
"The present title "Media Communication and Photo Journalism" which describes the development in media communication. These two things serves a vital role in every field.
Its education is essential who are working together to bring video, audio, still photos and animated graphics together into one complete web-based package. This media communication and photo journalism focuses the need of journalists to tell an accurate story and provide accurate graphics.
It illustrate how to animate graphics such as map, illustrations, photo, diagrams(less)
Perspectives on the Emergence of Language. 2.
Acquiring Reading in Language: An Introduction. 3.
Language Technology: A First Overview. 4.
Art as a Language for Communication and Critical Awareness. 5.
Language Development and Knowledge Acquisition in Education. 6.
Communication and the Construction of Knowledge: A Challenge for Interaction. 7.
Language and Culture in International Legal Communication. 8.
Speech, Language and Communication Impairments. 9.
Issues of Natural Language and Communication. 10.
Language Education: Intercultural Communicative Competence and Curriculum. 11.
Intercultural communication in English Language Teacher Education. 12.
Language and Communication Problems in an Asian Community. 13.
The Origin of Language and Communication. 14.
Language and Multilingualism in Scientific Communication. 15.
Developing the Intercultural Dimension in Language Teaching. 16.
Constructions in a Computational Grammar of English. Bibliography.
Index. The Language is the fundamental tool of communication and experience.
The study of language has always been inherently fascinating. Every chapter has been written extensively.
This book reviews the key factors that will help you prepare and communicate clearly, effectively, impressively and memorably(less)
This accessible and compact book on Advanced Technical Communication discusses how students can learn and master not only the basic skills of communication but also complex skills such as soft skills and skills required for preparing technical documents. The book begins with a discussion on the concept of technical communication and then it goes on to describe the differences between technical writing and general writing, and layout and format of business letters and rsum.
What is more, it elaborates on technical documents such as technical proposals, reports, and specialized documents like theses, research papers and dissertations, differentiating them adequately. Finally, the text covers many of the soft skills required today, for example, presentation skills, interpersonal skills, and group discussion (GD) skills.
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