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Journal of Communication Media Watch

Editor: Dr. R C Pattnaik

ISSN: 0976-0911 (Print Version)

ISSN: 2249-8818 (Electronic Version)

RNI No.: ODIENG/2010/31441

Frequency: Tri-annual (3 issues per year)

Nature: Print and Online

Language of Publication: English

Submission E-mail: editor@mediawatchjournal.in

Subscription E-mail: mediawatchjournal@gmail.com

Ranking: 2016 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.112 |
224/256 in Communication | 4639/4828 in Social Sciences (Scopus®)

 

Journal of Media Watch is a double blind peer-reviewed tri-annual journal published from India. It is the only journal in the discipline from Asia and India listed in many leading indexing platforms. The journal keeps high quality peer evaluation and academic standards in all levels of its publication. Journal of Media Watch reflects empirical and fundamental research, theoretical articulations, alternative critical thinking, diverse knowledge spectrum, cognizant technologies, scientific postulates, alternative social synergies, exploratory documentations, visual enquiries, narrative argumentations, innovative interventions, and minority inclusiveness in its content and selection. The journal aims at publishing and documenting research publication in the field of communication and media studies that covers a wide range of topics and sub-fields like print media, television, radio, film, public relations, advertising, journalism and social media and the cultural impact and activation of these media in the society. It aims at providing a platform for the scholars to present their research to an international academic community with wide access and reach. Published topics in Media Watch enjoy very high impact and major citation. The journal is supported by strong international editorial advisory support from leading academicians in the world. Read More

Editorial Board

Prof. Daya Kishan Thussu
Director, India Media Centre, University of Westminster, United Kingdom

Prof. Mark Goodman
Mississippi State University, USA

Prof. Jeffrey Layne Blevins
University of Cincinnati, USA

Prof. Kim Sawchuk
Concordia University, Canada

Prof. Nunna Venkata Prasad
Abu Dhabi University, UAE

Dr. Rohani Hashim
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Prof. Myna German
Delaware State University, USA

Prof. Petukhov Alexandr Y
University of Lobachevsky, Russia

Prof. Jacobo Cordoba Jaquez
School of Anthropology and History in Northern Mexico, Mexico

Prof. Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada
Qatar University, Doha, Qatar

Prof. B K Kuthiala
Vice-Chancellor, Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism & Communication, Bhopal, India

Prof. J S Yadav
Former Director, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi

Prof. Jayashree Jethwaney
Former Faculty, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi

Prof. Vandana Sharma
Central University of Jammu, India

Dr. Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India

Prof. M. Shafey Kidwai
Aligarh Muslim University, India

Prof. Shradha Shivani
Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, India

Dr. Md. Tauheed Khan
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi

Prof. Kh. Kabi
Rajiv Gandhi (Central) University, India

Prof. J S Giri Rao
Former Faculty, Berhampur University, India

Dr. Pitabas Pradhan
Aligarh Muslim University, India

Dr. Anurag Kumar
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India

Prof. Suresh Chandra Nayak
Director, Amity University, Raipur, India

 

Current Issue

Volume IX | Number I

January 2018

Editorial

Churning brings out the best

Dr. JYOTIRMAYA PATNAIK
Issue Editor
jmpjad@gmail.com

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49289

Trump: The Threat of Chaos and the Promise of Stability

TIM MATHENY & MARK GOODMAN
Mississippi State University, USA

Media Watch 9 (1) 5-17, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49283

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News Consumption through SNS Platforms: Extended Motivational Model

ISMAIL SHEIKH YUSUF AHMED1,2, SYED ARABI IDID2 & ZETI AZREEN AHMAD2 1 Qatar University, Qatar 2 International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

Media Watch 9 (1) 18-36, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49280

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Media Narratives from the Margins: A Framing Analysis of Press Coverage of Conflict-Induced Violence in Indian State Assam

SYED MURTAZA ALFARID HUSSAIN
Assam University, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 37-51, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49288

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Journalism Education in the GCC Region: University Students’ and Professionalism Perspectives

ABDUL-KARIM ZIANI1 , MOKHTAR ELARESHI2 , MAHA ALRASHID3 & KHALID AL-JABER4
1,3Bahrain University, Bahrain 2University of Tripoli, Libya 4Qatar University, Qatar

Media Watch 9 (1) 52-68, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49275

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Intermediate School Students’ Participation in School Press in Kuwait

MENAWER BAYAN ALRAJEHI
Kuwait University, Kuwait

Media Watch 9 (1) 69-78, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49284

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The Trump Campaign Computational Propaganda Challenge for the Indian Parliamentary Elections 2019

SREERAM GOPALKRISHNAN
Symbiosis International University, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 79-88, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49287

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International Media Framing of China’s Domestic Politics: An Analysis of Aljazeera English and BBC News

MUHAMMAD ARIF1 & NOOR HAYAT 2
1Hebei University, China 2University of Central Punjab, Pakistan

Media Watch 9 (1) 89-105, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49285

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Politics of Fake News: How WhatsApp Became a Potent Propaganda Tool in India

GOWHAR FAROOQ
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 106-117, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49279

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Fake News: Credibility, Cultivation Syndrome and the New Age Media

BHARATI BHARALI & ANUPA LAHKAR GOSWAMI
Gauhati University, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 118-130, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49277

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Dynamics of Fake News Dissemination: A Case Study in the Indian context

SHUAIB SHAFI & MADHAVI RAVIKUMAR
University of Hyderabad, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 131-140, 2018

DoI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49286

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Fishing in the Troubled Water: Media Framing of the Human Rights Violations at Palk Bay

C. J. RAVI KRISHNAN & C. PICHAANDY
VLB Janakiammal Arts and Science College, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 141-149, 2018

DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49278

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Oral Tradition as the Living Handbook of Narratology: The Cultural Impact of Dogra Folksongs on Gender

KAMALDEEP KAUR & AMITABH V. DWIVEDI
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India

Media Watch 9 (1) 150-159, 2018

DoI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49281

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