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Saturday, January 18, 2014

One Day National Seminar on Media and Politics on 29 February 2012 (DCE, Govt. of Kerala)

Department of Political Science

Government Brennen College
Reaccredited by NAAC with “A” Grade
Affiliated to Kannur Univesity,Kerala,India.

              Hindi seminar Hall

8. a m
Inauguration- Session I
8.30 a m
Welcome:Biju P R,Assistant Professor in Political Science.
Presidential Address:Dr.A.K.Vijayalakshmi(Principal in Charge). 
Inaugural Address:Dr.P L Dharma,Chairperson,Department of Political Science,Magalore University
Felicitations :Dr.Muraleedharan Nambiar,Associate Professor and Chairman ,Board Studies,Kannur University
:Shiju CP,Chairman,College Union

Vote of Thanks:Manoj Kumar B, Assistant Professor in Political Science

10.30 p m-Tea  Break
10.45 -12.45 p m

 Academic Session I
10.30 p m
Theme:Protest Politics Online
Discussion: 12.30 p m.

Lunch Break:1 p m.

Presentations:Sessions III
1.30 p m



Presentations:Sessions III



Discussion: 5.45
Vote of Thamks
Pramesh A                             : Assistant Professor in Political Science

Media and Politics

One Day National Seminar on 29 February, 2012.

Department of Political Science

Government Brennen College
Reaccredited by NAAC with “A” Grade
Affiliated to Kannur Univesity,Kerala,India.

              Hindi seminar Hall
The media as a collection of societal institution that are concerned with production and dissemination of all forms of knowledge requires wider academic attention. In recent years media has become significant potential political actor. There are several reasons for media becoming a tool for political communication. The decline of family as a primary agent of political socialization, proliferation of television channels and the marketisation of media platforms together constitute a “mediated politics” in the world.
In contemporary world, our perception of democracy, election, public opinion, social capital, public sphere and even protest consciousness are being mediated. This seminar cast fresh thoughts and reminds us the desirability of a vibrant civil society.

Resource Person
Prof.Dr.P L Dharma,
Chairperson, Department of Political Science, Mangalore University

K M Roy,
Senior Journalist

N P Chekkutty
Senior Journalsit

Santhosh Mathew Veranani,
Assistant Professor,Centre for South Asian Studies,Pondicherry Central University

Arun Kumar
Assistant Professor in Political Science,Government College Victoria,

Dr.M A Lal,
Assistant Professor and Research Officer,Kerala State Higher Education council

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