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Re-imagining the Indus

Saran, Samir [u.a.]:
Re-imagining the Indus : Mapping Media Reportage in India and Pakistan / Samir Saran, Hans Rasmussen Theting. - New Delhi : Observer Research Foundation ; Lahore : Lahore University of Management Sciences ; New Delhi : KW Publishers, 2012. - xi, 145 S. : Ill.
ISBN 978-93-80502-96-0
Rs. 495,0
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DDC: 346.540432

Water shortage has become a subject of intense public debate in the present political narrative on resource management and riparian rights. In an attempt to discern the divergence on core issues and mainstream media reporting, Re-imagining the Indus is a methodological study based on Media Content Analysis of the reporting on water issues related to the Indus, in the leading dailies of both India and Pakistan. This monograph seeks to capture the existing discourse and stimulate policy dialogue on the subject. [Verlagsinformation]

Key Findings
1. Introduction
   The Political Discourse
   People, Practice and Environment
2. Research Question and Methodology
   Rationale for the Method Used
   Time Frame
   Search Terms
   Coding Frame
   Interrogation of Texts
3. Finding
   The Political Discourse
   People, Practice and Environment
   The Political Discourse
   People, Practice and Environment
4. Analysis and Conclusion
   Rural-Urban Bias
   Temporal Bias
   Focus on Environment

Samir Saran is Vice-President at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. His first degree is in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He is a Masters in Media Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has co-edited a book, BRIC in the New World Order, and a study on Navigating the Near: Non-Traditional Security Threats to India 2022.
Hans Rasmussen Theting is a Masters in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science with experience in International Political Economy, Economic Development Policy and Development Studies. He worked as an intern with Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, while conducting this research.

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