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eBook Development Communication in Directed Social Change: A Reappraisal of Theories Approaches ePub

by Srinivas R Melkote

  • ISBN: 9814136158
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Srinivas R Melkote
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre; First edition (June 4, 2012)
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The article will begin with an overview of important models/theories that are related to HIV/AIDS prevention noting their theoretical.

The article will begin with an overview of important models/theories that are related to HIV/AIDS prevention noting their theoretical contributions as well as some of their weaknesses in addressing pertinent factors. This will be followed by our description of an effective HIV/AIDS prevention campaign.

Observations on Theorising Development, the Digital and Social Change in India, In Srinivas Melkote (e., Development Communication in Directed Social Change: A reappraisal of theory and practice, Bowling Green/AMIC, SingaporeGoogle Scholar. Thomas, P. N. (2014), Theorising Development, Communication and Social Change, In Clifford Christians & Kaarle Nordenstreng (ed., Communication Theories in a Multicultural World, Peter Lang, New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, WienGoogle Scholar.

Later, we will focus on contemporary issues relating to development communication (devcom) and its quest for social justice in directed social change. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Development communication involves the strategic use of communication for the alleviation of social problems in evolving societies. As such it is an area where questions about the role(s) of media in encouraging or inhibiting social change are absolutely central.

International and Development Communication: A 21st Century Perspective examines the exciting field of international and development communication and illust. In: International and Development Communication: A 21st-Century Perspective. Chapter 8: Theories of Development Communication.

Development Communication in Directed Social Change: A Reappraisal of Theory & Practice. Social and Economic Factors in an Integrated Behavioral and Societal Approach to Communications in HIV/AIDS. Singapore: Asian Media and Information Center (AMIC). Development support communication for social justice: An analysis of the role of media and communication in directed social change. Development Communication in Directed Social Change: A Reappraisal of Theory & Practice. Journal of Health Communication, Vol. 5, Supplement, pp. 17-28, 2000. S. Melkote and S. Muppidi.

The evolutionary approach to social development was also followed by radical thinkers, such as Marx and Engels, who . He propounded the theory of challenge and response which means that those who can cope with a changing environment survive and those who cannot die.

The evolutionary approach to social development was also followed by radical thinkers, such as Marx and Engels, who were greatly influenced by the work of the anthropologist . Morgan, who sought to prove that all societies went through fixed stages of development each succeeding the other, from savagery through barbarism to civilisation. Thus, a society can grow and survive if it can constructively respond to the challenges.

In this book, the authors address one, some, or many of the following: documenting, studying, analyzing, constructing, and deconstructing the role and place of development communication scholarship and practice in directed social change. Importantly, this volume attempts to re-conceptualize and re-operationalize the real meaning and goal of development today and then proceeds to look at development communication scholarship and practice in terms of its fit and niche within a more appropriate goal of directed social change.