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

CURRENT ISSUE

WINTER-SUMMER ISSUE/DECEMBER 2016 – JUNE 2017

Volume: 7 / Number: 2, Volume: 8/ Number: 1

Theme : COMMUNICATION AND ETHICS

Contents

EDITORIAL

Articles

  1. REVIEW OF SOME ETHICAL ISSUES IN NIGERIAN JOURNALISM PRACTICE: AFGHANISTANISM, CHARACTER ASSASSINATION AND JUNK JOURNALISM by Oberiri Destiny Apuke
  2. PLAGIARISM: MYTH V/S REALITY by Dr.Sanjeev Raj and Mr.Prashanth V
  3. BLURRING THE LINE BETWEEN PERSONAL AND PUBLIC DOMAINS IN MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
    by Avra Sen, Santwan Chattopadhyay, Dr. Partha Sarathi Chakraborty
  4. INDIRA GANDHI’S CALL OF EMERGENCY AND PRESS CENSORSHIP IN INDIA: THE ETHICAL PARAMETERS REVISITED by Dr. Jhumur Ghosh
  5. ETHICAL COMPLEXITIES IN COMMUNICATING CONFLICT by Kuntala Das, Dr. Uttam Kr Pegu
  6. GENDER BIAS IN INDIA’S NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES AT THE 2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES by Dhiman Chattopadhyay
  7. COMPARISION BETWEEN SOCIAL COMMUNICATION ETHICS AND SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATION ETHICS: A PARADIGM SHIFT by Koustav Mukherjee

Students' Research

  1. ETHICAL DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE: A CASE STUDY OF HOKKOLOROB
    by Kishalaya Mukhopadhyay
  2. THE ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY OF PROJECTING CORRECT MESSAGES: A CRITIQUE OF SELECT TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENTS ADDRESSING GENDER ISSUES by Shweta Singh

Commentaries

  1. ETHICAL NORMS IN FAIRNESS CREAM ADVERTISEMENT by Prakriti Sarkar, Dr.ChilkaGhosh
  2. CONTROVERSIAL ADVERTISEMENTS IN BRAND DEVELOPMENT AND VIOLATION OF ADVERTISING ETHICS by Dr. Somak Sen
  3. GLOBAL JOURNALISM ETHICS: AFGHANISTAN EXPRESS AND CHARLIE HEBDO by Dr. SurhitaBasu, Debjyoti Chanda

Book Reviews

  1. MEDIA ETHICS: A GUIDE TO COMPLETE JOURNALISM by Bichitrananda Panda

Documents

  1. NORMS OF JOURNALISTIC CONDUCT , Press Council of India, Edition 2010