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Title M.K. Gandhi, media, politics and society : new perspectives / Chandrika Kaul, editor
Published Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, [2020]

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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 168 pages) : illustrations
Series Palgrave studies in the history of the media, 2634-6575
Palgrave studies in the history of the media, 2634-6575
Contents Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- List of figures -- 1. Brief introductory remarks / Chandrika Kaul -- 2. 'This cable ... was not in my words': Gandhi, the telegraph and political communication in the British Empire / Amelia Bonea -- 3. Gandhi's evolving discourse on leprosy / Sanjiv Kakar -- 4. The global Gandhi of the Muslim vernacular press: mahatma as monumental peasant and the prophetic rose in the Urdu pamphlets of an early twentieth-century Delhi Sufi / Timothy S. Dobe -- 5. Gandhi and the Bengali intellectuals: perceptions and portrayal of his ideas in contemporary vernacular journals in the 1920s and 1930s / Sarvani Gooptu -- 6. Gandhi and broadcasting: missing narratives in media, nationalism and the Raj / Chandrika Kaul -- 7. Gandhi and the Muslim League: The Dawn in 1947 / Gopa Sabharwal -- 8. Gandhi in August 1947: self-fashioning, print culture and the republic of letters / Anjana Sharma -- 9. A Modern Mahatma? Use and misuse of Gandhi in popular culture / Mei Li Badecker -- Appendix: Gandhi's first broadcast; Gandhi's second broadcast -- Index
Summary This Palgrave Pivot showcases new research on M.K. Gandhi and the press, telegraphs and popular culture. Despite Gandhi being the subject of numerous books over the past century, there are few that put journalism centre stage. This edited collection explores both Gandhis own approach to the press, but also how different advocacy groups and the media within India and overseas engaged with Gandhi, and his ideology and methodology, to further their own causes. The timeframe of the book extends from the late nineteenth century up to the present, and the case studies draw inspiration from a number of disciplinary approaches
Notes Includes index
Print version record; online resource viewed January 5, 2021
Subject Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- In mass media
Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948
Nonviolence -- Press coverage -- India
Mass media
India
Form Electronic book
Author Kaul, Chandrika (Lecturer), editor.
ISBN 9783030590352
3030590356