Asia Pacific Media Educator
Social communication in India has always been a complex and difficult process. The presence of diverse communities and social groupings based on varying combinations of caste, religion, culture and language, and the hierarchies they represent has determined the flow and denial of information throughout Indian history. While the foundations of a modern Indian nation state are only half a century old, the process of social communication in the subcontinent has always been burdened with all kinds of limitations.
Recommended CitationJodha, V. S., Social communication in India: A minority view, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 9, 2000, 164-169.