Changes in communication technologies are transforming our social environment. In India, ‘media convergence’ has brought together older (mainstream) media and newer (digital) media, making India one of the most mediatised societies in the world.
Media’s Shifting Terrain explores the social and political impacts of this media convergence between 2011 and 2015, through a study of five media-driven mobilisations that transformed India’s public culture.
These mobilisations made effective use of multiple media platforms and, taken together, constitute a turning point in the mediatisation of the country, its society and politics.
Pamela Philipose was a senior associate editor with The Indian Express, and is currently Public Editor, The Wire.
List of Abbreviations
1. Changing Journalism
New Media Shapes, New Mediascapes
2. Framing Corruption in Today’s Times
Media Discourse and the Anna Campaign
3. Reverberations in the City
Delhi Gang Rape Protests and Media Convergence
4. cripts, Tweets, Posts, and Verdicts
Electoral Discourse in a Mediatised Age—I: Narendra Modi
5. Scripts, Tweets, Posts, and Election Outcomes
Political Discourse in a Mediatised Age—II: Arvind Kejriwal
6. Multiple Changes, Manifold Impacts
The Conundrums Facing a Mediatised India