Community Radio Policies in South Asia
By Preeti Raghunath
The book draws on critical media policy studies, to study the principles and performances of policies and policy making for community radio in four countries of South Asia---Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, and Bangladesh. It focuses on the processes and practices of deliberation that go into policymaking, across space and time, and the global-local spectrum. It stitches together a critical media policy ethnography, drawing on over a 100 formal interviews and informal conversations with policy actors from South Asia, in a bid to present a deliberative policy analysis of policymaking for community radio in the region. Drawing on Grounded Theory, the book fleshes out the Deliberative Policy Ecology Approach as an inclusive heuristic to study media policies.
Media Policy Studies and Community Media
The Deliberative Policy Ecology Approach to Media Policy
The Postcolony and Its Radio
A Glocal Public Sphere: Opening up of Radio to Communities in South Asia
Plural Policy Actors and Narratives of Practice
Liminality, Sustainability, and the State
A Critical Comparative Ecology: Connectedness, Contestation, Comparativity
Preeti Raghunath is an Assistant Professor at the Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication (SIMC), Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune, India, and vice chair of IAMCR's Global Media Policy Working Group.
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Title: Community Radio Policies in South Asia
Author: Preeti Raghunath
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan