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GLOBAL MEDIA JOURNAL — Indian Edition
Sponsored by the University of Calcutta
ISSN 2249 – 5835

Current Issue

WINTER ISSUE/ DECEMBER 2013
Volume: 4 / Number: 2

Theme: Theatre & Communication

Contents

EDITORIAL

Articles

  1. INTERFACE OF A COMMUNICATOR, PARTICIPATION AND CULTURAL RENEWAL PROCESS: A REVIEW ON BANGLADESH’S PERSPECTIVE-By Dr. Sudhangshu Sekhar Roy

  2. THEATRE AND SOCIOLOGICAL ISSUES WITH REFERENCE TO CONTEMPORARY INDIA- By Dr. Suman Kumar Kasturi & Dr.P.Bobby Vardhan

  3. THEATRE: COMMUNICATION THAT CAPTIVATES AND ENCHANTS- By Dr. Rabindranath Manukonda

  4. DISCOURSE-CENTRIC DEVELOPMENT APPROACH TO POPULAR THEATRE: A CASE IN BANGLADESH- By Anis Pervez & Mrinmoy Samaddar

  5. SCIENCE COMMUNICATION VIA THE MEDIUM OF STREET THEATRE FOR BHIL TRIBE OF MADHYA PRADESH IN SPECIAL CONTEXT OF THE PROGRAMME “KONA THI VIGYAN NI VAAT”- By Sudha Anupam & Kapil Tripathi

  6. COMMUNICATION THROUGH PUBLIC STAGE: A STUDY IN 19TH CENTURY BENGALI THEATRE- By Moloy Rakshit

  7. ART OF THEATRE ON NEW MEDIA PLATFORM & AUDIENCE VIEWING EXPERIENCE- By Dr.C.M.Vinay Kumar, Romesh Chaturvedi & Shruti Merhotra

  8. RESISTANCE THROUGH THEATRICAL COMMUNICATION: TWO WOMEN’S TEXTS AND A CRITIQUE OF VIOLENCE- By Sanchayita Paul Chakraborty & Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha

  9. PHILOSOPHIZING COMMUNICATION: A READING OF NATYASHASTRA- By Rudrashis Datta

  10. PHYSICAL VERSUS SUPERNATURAL COMMUNICATION IN HAROLD PINTER'S PLAY THE ROOM- By Dr Santanu Ganguly

  11. COMMUNICATION OF WOMEN’S DISCRIMINATION & SEXUALITY IN NATYASHASTRA- By Priyanka Sharma

  12. A HISTORICAL STUDY OF ANCIENT INDIAN THEATRE-COMMUNICATION IN THE LIGHT OF NATYASASTRA- By Malyaban Chattopadhyay

  13. INTERPRETING THEATRE AS A COMMUNICATION MEDIUM- By Kapil Kumar Bhattacharyya & Debastuti Das Gupta

  14. RADIO PLAY: THE KOLKATA STORY- By Dr Manas Pratim Das

  15. EVALUATING THE ROLE OF STREET THEATRE FOR SOCIAL COMMUNICATION: A CASE STUDY OF JANA NATYA MANCH- By Ankita Banerjee

Students' Research

  1. THE SHAKESPEAREAN COMMUNICATION: A STUDY OF SUPPOSED SORCERESSES IN MACBETH- By Dipendra Sankar Dutta & Rituparna Bhaduri

  2. SAMUEL BECKETT: COMMUNICATION OF CHAOS- By Dibyajit Mukherjee

  3. HOW VIJAY TENDULKAR COMMUNICATES? A STUDY ON THE PLAY “SILENCE! THE COURT IS IN SESSION”- By Kathakali Sen Gupta

  4. DANCE LIKE A MAN: A STUDY OF THE COMMUNICATION ASPECT IN MAHESH DATTANI’S PLAYS- By Chitrangada Deb

  5. THEATRE, COMMUNICATION & DEVELOPMENT- By Susweta Bose


  6. COMMUNICATION THROUGH FOLK THEATRE: A STUDY ON GAMBHIRA- By Biplab Chakrabarty

Commentaries

  1. FOLK MEDIA: AN ACTIVE MEDIA FOR COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGNS IN DIGITAL ERA- By Dr. Neeru Prasad

  2. COMMUNICATION THROUGH FOLK ELEMENTS: A STUDY IN MODERN ODIA DRAMA- By Dr.Alok Baral

  3. THEATRE AND SOCIETY: THE RESPONSE OF BENGALI SOCIETY TO THE ACTRESS IN PUBLIC THEATRE IN THE LATE 19TH TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY- By Dr. Sarvani Gooptu

  4. BEWARE OF IMPOSTERS: A STUDY ON THE COMMUNICATION ASPECT OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S ‘BAIKUNTHER KHATA’- By Anjan Chakrabarty

  5. ROLE OF THEATER MAGAZINES: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OR CONNECTING INTERNATIONALISM?- By Nripendra Saha

  6. ROLE OF THEATRE AND FOLK MEDIA IN PROMOTING SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT- By Baishakhi Nag

  7. EXPLORING MEDIATED COMMUNICATION IN RAJA NACHA OF ODISHA- By Dr.Pradosh Kumar Rath & Vighneshwar Sahoo

  8. FOLK THEATRE-ITS RELEVANCE IN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION IN INDIA- By Sheelita Das

  9. THEATRE FOR DEVELOPMENT IN INDIAN CONTEXT: AN INTROSPECTION- By Priyam Basu Thakur

  10. THEATRE AND COMMUNICATION : RELATION BETWEEN ACTOR AND AUDIENCE- By Dani Karmakar

  11. THEATRE AND COMMUNICATION: EXPLORING THE PROCESS OF LIFE- By Debilal Mishra

  12. MASS COMMUNICATION THROUGH THEATRE- By Kamal Saha

  13. WHEN THE WINDOWS OPENED: COMMUNICATION THROUGH FOREIGN ADAPTATIONS ON THE BENGALI STAGE-By Gautam Sen Gupta
Book Reviews

  1. COMMUNICATION IN POST COLONIAL DRAMA- Review By Priyanka Sharma

  2. THEATRE FOR YOUTH: OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS- Review By Priyanka Roy

  3. SHAKESPEARE, THEATRE & TIME- Review By Sanaa Parween

Documents

  1. THE DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES ACT, 1876

  2. PROCEEDS OF UNESCO WORLD CONGRESS ON ‘THE STATUS OF THE ARTIST’


GUEST EDITOR FOR THE ISSUE:


Sourav Gupta
Assistant Professor, Centre for Journalism & Mass Communication
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ORISSA
Koraput, Odisha, India
Website: www.cuo.ac.in
Email: sourav.gupta81@gmail.com

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