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Mass Communication Theory: An Introduction - Second (2nd) Edition - McQuail, Denis
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Mass Communication Theory: An Introduction - Second (2nd) Edition - Paperback

2009, ISBN: 9780803980709

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2009. Softcover. New. The National Curriculum Framework-25, has talked in a great length about learning and knowledge. It advocates situating the entire gamut of our perception and understanding of the process of learning and knowledge in a different paradigm. This paradigm may be termed as “Constructivist Paradigm” as it emphasises the need to recognise the child as a natural and active learner, and knowledge as the outcome of the child’s own activity. Thus, the learning plans need to nurture and build on his active and creative capabilities—his inherent interest in making meaning, in relating to the world in ‘real’ ways through acting on it and creating and relating to other humans. It suggests that the curriculum must enable children to find their voices, nurture their talent and satisfy their curiosity—to do things, to ask questions and to pursue investigations, sharing and integrating their experiences with school knowledge—rather than their ability to reproduce textual knowledge. It has also asserted that the teaching should create an urge for knowledge. It exhorts the teachers and the teacher educators to situate teaching and learning in a Constructivist Paradigm. Some of the questions most frequently asked are: • What is Constructivism? • What is the assumption of knowledge and how is it processed in Constructivist Paradigm? • What is learning and teaching in Constructivist Paradigm and how is it different from traditional mode of learning and teaching principles? • What are Constructivist learning and teaching strategies? • How to construct a Constructivist classroom and be a Constructivist teacher? • How to develop a Constructivist Instructional Design? • How to develop a thinking curriculum in Constructivist Paradigm? • How to develop a Constructivist Teacher Education Programme? • How to conduct Constructivist Researches? The book attempts to answer these and many more such questions that educators, teachers, parents and others very often encounter. It explores the substantial philosophical, psychological and sociological underpinnings of Constructivism. It deals with instructional dimensions and classroom ecology of teaching and learning imbued with Constructivist educational philosophy. Also included are pragmatic ideas for helping teacher educators, educational researchers, teachers and parents to groom students to learn and think. Contents : Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Constructivism: Thinkers, Theories and Theorists; 3. Constructivist Epistemology; 4. Constructivist Pedagogy; 5. Constructivism and Teacher Education; 6. Constructivism and Distance Education; 7. Constructivism and Instructional Technology; 8. Constructivism and Curriculum; 9. Constructivism in Mathematics and Science Education; 1. Constructivist Research; 11. Constructivism: Potentials and Problems; Bibliography; Index Printed Pages: 0., Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2009, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2009. Softcover. New. The National Curriculum Framework-25, has talked in a great length about learning and knowledge. It advocates situating the entire gamut of our perception and understanding of the process of learning and knowledge in a different paradigm. This paradigm may be termed as “Constructivist Paradigm” as it emphasises the need to recognise the child as a natural and active learner, and knowledge as the outcome of the child’s own activity. Thus, the learning plans need to nurture and build on his active and creative capabilities—his inherent interest in making meaning, in relating to the world in ‘real’ ways through acting on it and creating and relating to other humans. It suggests that the curriculum must enable children to find their voices, nurture their talent and satisfy their curiosity—to do things, to ask questions and to pursue investigations, sharing and integrating their experiences with school knowledge—rather than their ability to reproduce textual knowledge. It has also asserted that the teaching should create an urge for knowledge. It exhorts the teachers and the teacher educators to situate teaching and learning in a Constructivist Paradigm. Some of the questions most frequently asked are: • What is Constructivism? • What is the assumption of knowledge and how is it processed in Constructivist Paradigm? • What is learning and teaching in Constructivist Paradigm and how is it different from traditional mode of learning and teaching principles? • What are Constructivist learning and teaching strategies? • How to construct a Constructivist classroom and be a Constructivist teacher? • How to develop a Constructivist Instructional Design? • How to develop a thinking curriculum in Constructivist Paradigm? • How to develop a Constructivist Teacher Education Programme? • How to conduct Constructivist Researches? The book attempts to answer these and many more such questions that educators, teachers, parents and others very often encounter. It explores the substantial philosophical, psychological and sociological underpinnings of Constructivism. It deals with instructional dimensions and classroom ecology of teaching and learning imbued with Constructivist educational philosophy. Also included are pragmatic ideas for helping teacher educators, educational researchers, teachers and parents to groom students to learn and think. Contents : Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Constructivism: Thinkers, Theories and Theorists; 3. Constructivist Epistemology; 4. Constructivist Pedagogy; 5. Constructivism and Teacher Education; 6. Constructivism and Distance Education; 7. Constructivism and Instructional Technology; 8. Constructivism and Curriculum; 9. Constructivism in Mathematics and Science Education; 1. Constructivist Research; 11. Constructivism: Potentials and Problems; Bibliography; Index Printed Pages: 0., Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2009, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2005. 5th or later edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. Swami Akhilananda shows us how to reach mental health by applying the classic techniques of his ancient tradition. The author explains how a stable and healthy mind is the starting point for our spiritual quest. He thus brings together psychology and religion in a most universal manner, showing that personality development and the search for ultimate values are one and the same discipline. The book`s approach is hard-hitting and practical, using case histories from the Swami`s thirty-five years` counselling experience in the United States. The reader, whatever his own beliefs, will be enriched by this new perspective on solving the concrete problems of daily life. Psychologist O. Hobart Mower writes in the introduction : "The author is an accomplished scholar, not only in the field of classical religion (see his Hindu View of Christ), but also in respect to the theories and theoretical dilemmas of contemporary psychiatry, psychology, and sociology (cf., Hindu Psychology). Most of all, Swami Akhilananda is a refined, sensitive, tolerant human being whose wisdom and kindliness have already touched the lives of innumerable persons and will, in the present volume, bring new understanding and a surer perspective to many more." Printed Pages: 250., Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2005, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Softcover. New. Childhood crisis: Child Neglect and Juvenile Delinquency focused upon theoretical perspectives regarding child abuse, child neglect and juvenile delinquency. Psychological, sociological and Criminal Theories have been given to explain causes of Juvenile delinquency. Besides giving various legislative provisions for protection of children, it covers areas like State of infant mortality rate, child Nutrition and child education. The burning issue of Crime against Children have been dealt in detail. Juvenile Justice Act 1986, Juvenile Justice Act 2000 (For Care and Protection Against Children), Convention on Rights of Child and relevant aspects have been elaborated in detail. An evaluation has been done regarding the functioning of various Juvenile Homes / Observation Homes / Special Homes / After Care Homes. Contents, 1. Introduction. 2. Legislative Measures for Child Protection. 3. The State of Child in India. 4. Organisation and Administrative Set-up: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. 5. Governmental Residential Institutions-a Case Study of Jalandhar Division. 6. Conclusion. Printed Pages: 164., Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Softcover. New. Childhood crisis: Child Neglect and Juvenile Delinquency focused upon theoretical perspectives regarding child abuse, child neglect and juvenile delinquency. Psychological, sociological and Criminal Theories have been given to explain causes of Juvenile delinquency. Besides giving various legislative provisions for protection of children, it covers areas like State of infant mortality rate, child Nutrition and child education. The burning issue of Crime against Children have been dealt in detail. Juvenile Justice Act 1986, Juvenile Justice Act 2000 (For Care and Protection Against Children), Convention on Rights of Child and relevant aspects have been elaborated in detail. An evaluation has been done regarding the functioning of various Juvenile Homes / Observation Homes / Special Homes / After Care Homes. Contents, 1. Introduction. 2. Legislative Measures for Child Protection. 3. The State of Child in India. 4. Organisation and Administrative Set-up: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. 5. Governmental Residential Institutions-a Case Study of Jalandhar Division. 6. Conclusion. Printed Pages: 164., Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2005. 5th or later edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. Swami Akhilananda shows us how to reach mental health by applying the classic techniques of his ancient tradition. The author explains how a stable and healthy mind is the starting point for our spiritual quest. He thus brings together psychology and religion in a most universal manner, showing that personality development and the search for ultimate values are one and the same discipline. The book`s approach is hard-hitting and practical, using case histories from the Swami`s thirty-five years` counselling experience in the United States. The reader, whatever his own beliefs, will be enriched by this new perspective on solving the concrete problems of daily life. Psychologist O. Hobart Mower writes in the introduction : "The author is an accomplished scholar, not only in the field of classical religion (see his Hindu View of Christ), but also in respect to the theories and theoretical dilemmas of contemporary psychiatry, psychology, and sociology (cf., Hindu Psychology). Most of all, Swami Akhilananda is a refined, sensitive, tolerant human being whose wisdom and kindliness have already touched the lives of innumerable persons and will, in the present volume, bring new understanding and a surer perspective to many more." Printed Pages: 250., Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2005, Routledge & Paul, 1975. Soft cover. Very Good. 5.5" X 8.5. p/b 103 pages, condition is very good. In this revised edition, the author maintains that professional social work in Britain now depends for its very existence upon the forms taken by the social services and the social expectations to which legislation gives expression. Specifically, she emphasises that the roles which social workers describe as professional have in practice to be defined and carried out within the large and complex organisational systems through which social services are implemented. The main objective of this book, therefore, is to clarify for social workers the significance of the organisational positions which they themselves hold within social services, and of the ways in which the organisations within which they are employed either are, or could be, administered. In broad outline, the book progresses from the theoretical to the practical. Part I presents a background of theories of organisation and of management, stressing elements generic to all organisations. lt offers a frame of reference for considering the nature of the administrative process itself. Part ll discusses the characteristics of social service agencies as distinct from other organisations and also considers the specific functions and tasks of the administrator within them., Routledge & Paul, 1975, London, Newbury Park, Beverly Hills, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1987 Book. Very Good. Soft cover. First Published. A nice copy with light normal softcover wear. An overview of media and communication studies. 352 pages.., Sage Publications, 1987

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London: Sage, 1991. Completely revised and expanded second edition of McQuail's critically acclaimed introduction to the study of mass communication theory; pp xii, 352. Second Edition. Soft Cover. Fine., Sage, 1991

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