Dr. Sunil Kanta Behera

Dr. Sunil Kanta Behera

Dr. Sunil Kanta Behera

Professor

Degree Obtained

Degree Board/University Year
Ph.D. (J & M.C)Berhampur University Berhampur1998
MJMCBanaras Hindu University, Varanasi1990
F.A.C(Film Appreciation Course)Film & Television Institute of India, FTII, Pune1985
BJMCBerhampur University, Berhampur1980
M.ComBerhampur University, Berhampur1979
B.Com. (Hons)Berhampur University, Berhampur1977

Publications

  • Sociology and Technology of PR and Social Media. Published in Book - Jansampark: Badalte Aayam, Indra Publishing House and PRSI Bhopal, 2019. ISBN: 978-93-88338- 41-7, Pg. 137-141

  • Community Radio Stations: Policy, Participation and Engagement in Odisha. Published in Communication Today, (ISSN:0975-217X), Volume 19, No.2 (April-June, 2017), Pg. 1-15.

  • Gender Bias in Indian News Media: A study of Indian Women. Published in Communication Today, (ISSN:0975-217X), Volume 19, No.1 (January-March, 2017), Pg. 22-30

  • Gender imbalance in Odisha Media, Published in Communication Today, (ISSN:0975217X) Volume 18,No.4 (October-December, 2016), Pg. 71-84.

  • Empowering People, Empowering Nation: The Role of RTI-Published in American research thoughts, volume 2, issue 4, February 2016(p-3548-3572).

  • National Initiatives to Reduce Gender Bias in News Media-Published in Communication Today, Jaipur, Rajasthan (ISSN:0975-217X), Volume 17,No.1&2(JanMarch 2015 and April-June 2015)(pp 225-236).

  • International Initiatives to Reduce Gender Bias in News Media—Published in European Academic Research—International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Romania, Volume 3, Issue 2/May 2015.

  • Gender Bias in Indian News Media: A Study of the Odia Language Newspapers Published in International Journal of Communication Development(A Peer Reviewed Research Journal),New Delhi,(ISSN:2231-2498)Volume-4,Issue 2&3(Joint Edition)JulyDecember,2014(pp-1-18)

  • Youth Activism through Social Media in Assam: An Exploratory Study – Published in DEV SANSKRITI, an Interdisciplinary International Research Journal, Dev Sanskriti Visavidyalaya, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India, July, 2014.

  • Management of Media during Anna Hazare’s India Against Corruption – Fast at Ramlila Maidan, New Delhi: A 360 degree Analysis – Published in the book Issues of Journalistic Ethics and Freedom in the Contemporary Age of Digital Media (Edited by: Professor Tapati Basu and published by University of Calcutta, Kolkata), 2012.

  • Communication and Development: The Indian Experience – Published in Prajnanbhuti, the Journal of Social Science and Humanities, Berhampur University, Odisha, 2010-11.

  • Gender Bias in Indian News Media: A Study of the Unseen and Unheard Women- Presented at the National Seminar on “Women and Media: Challenges and Opportunities” held at Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad, India and Abstract published in the Abstract Brochure of the National Seminar and the Full Paper published in Research Journal of Berhampur University, Vol.1, 2011.

  • Bridging the Gap: Strategic Communication for Development of Tribals in India- Presented at the National Seminar on “Scheduled Tribes of India: Yesterday, Today and Tommorrow” held at Kushabhau Thakre University of Journalism & Mass Communication, Raipur.

  • Public Service Broadcasting in India: A Communication Need for Development – Abstract published in the Abstract Brochure of the National Conference on Media as a Partner in National Development held at Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla.

  • Development Communication Practices in India: Dilemmas and Prospects – Published in the Symposium Publication of the National Symposium on Development Communication held at SRM University, Chennai.

  • Traditional Media and Development: An Assamese Perspective – Presented at the National Conference on Media and Development held at Kushabhau Thakre University of Journalism and Mass Communication, Raipur.

  • Indo-Canadian Relationship: The Mass Media Perspective – Published in the Seminar Proceedings of the National Seminar on “Indo-Canadian Families: Challenges and Opportunities in the Pluralistic Canadian Society” held at Berhampur University, sponsored by Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, New Delhi.

  • Information and Communication Technology in Healthcare: A Study of Orissa – Published in Journal of Communication Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2-3, September 2007, pp.25-41, Bhopal.

  • Towards Knowledge Societies: An Agenda – Abstract published in the Abstract Brochure of the National Seminar on Transition from Information Society to Knowledge Society: An Indian Perspective at University of Burdwan, Burdwan.

  • ICT and Empowerment of Women – Published in Sanchar Shree, a research journal of Department of J & M.C., Lucknow University, Lucknow, Vol. 6, Issue 1, JanuaryMarch, 2006, pp. 26-29.

  • Science, Communication and Development: A Study of Communication Pattern in Rural India – Published in Journal of Communication Studies, Vol. 4, No. 4, OctoberDecember, 2005, pp. 1-13, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

  • Mass Communicator Madhusudan – Published in a book titled “Madhusudan: The Architect of Oriya Nationalism” edited by Prof. J.K. Baral, Vidyapuri, 2003, Cuttack, Orissa

  • The Language Press in India: A Case Study of Oriya Newspapers – Published in a book titled “Media and Society” edited by Dr. Vir Bala Agarwal, Concept, 2002, New Delhi.

  • Rebuilding Higher Education on National Ethos. (Published by Prof. P.K. Sahu, Seminar Director, Department of Commerce, Berhampur University, 2001).

  • Monitoring the Media: Freedom, Responsibility and Social Commitment. Published in Communication Today, Vol.5, No.3, July-Sept. 2001, pp.30-42, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

  • Freedom of the Press and its Responsibilities: The Indian Perspective presented at the CAEJAC-AMIC International Seminar on Press Freedom and Professional Standards in Asia held at Kualalumpur, Malayasia, 16-18 May, 1996.

  • The Ivory Tower of Learning: or, How Relevant is our Mass Communication Pedagogy? presented the paper at the 3rd Annual AMIC Conference on Communications, Convergence and Development held at Bangkok, Thailand, 23-25 June, 1994 published in Media Asia, Volume 21, Number 3, 1994, Singapore.

  • Advertisements and the Cultural Construction of Femininity (Co-author Mr. Dilip Das, Sr. Lecturer, Department of English, Berhampur University) presented at the National Seminar on Women, Science and Technology jointly organised by U.S. Educational Foundation in India and University of Calcutta, March 16-17, 1994.

  • Communication Research in Asia, Status, Problems and Needs, Presented at the Commonwealth (CAEJAC) Conference on Journalism Education, Media and Development held at Hyderabad from July 12-14, 1990 published in CAEJAC JOURNAL, Vol., IV, 1991-92, CANADA.

  • 50 Years of Indo-Canadian Relations. (Published by Centre for Canadian Studies, Berhampur University, 1997).

  • Women's Perception of Mass Media An Empirical Study Presented at the National Seminar on Women and Mass Media held at Coimbatore from June 22-23, 1990 (Co-author Dr. K.S. Padhy, Reader in Political Science, Berhampur University).

  • The Neglected and Mistreated Women of Hindi Films : An Analytical Study presented at the National Seminar on Women and Mass Media held at Coimbatore, from June 22-23, 1990.

  • Communication Research in India An Overview, - Presented at the U.G.C. National Workshop on Communication Training and Research held at Osmania University, Hyderabad from March 05-10, 1990.

  • Communication and Development: A Revaluation, Seminar Publication (national Seminar on India into the Twenty First Century: Changes and Challenges) 1988, Hyderabad (India).

  • Gender Role Biases in Indian Television, Media Asia, Vol. 16, No. 3, 1989, Singapore.

  • Freedom of Press in India, Berhampur University Research Journal, 1986.

  • The March of Indian Cinema, Vidura, December 1985, New Delhi.

  • Newspaper Economics and Management, Vidura, April, 1985, New Delhi.

  • Bora, A (2013). Radio as a mass medium : Issue of state control (1 13) International Journal of Contemporary Issues (IJCI) Vol.1 (3) Oct-Dec, ISSN: 23218576

  • Bora, A (2012). Media psychology : the need of the hour (858 866). US-China Education Review B : Vol. 2, No. 10, Oct., 2012 : ISSN No 2161-6248

  • Bora, A (2012). Journalism in the 21st century Tackling challenges (393 400) Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences : Vol. 3, no 1: January, ISSN No 2039-9340 (Print) / 2039-2117 (Online)

  • Bora, A (2012). Community Radio movement in India few aspects requiring attention (241 250). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences : Vol. 3, no 1: January. ISSN No 2039-9340 (Print) / 2039-2117 (Online)

  • Bora, A (2012). Higher education consolidation of existing facilities. Academe : ISSN no 2229-6581 : Vol. XV, No 1 : Jan.

  • Bora, A (2012). Educational institutions and government : Potential preservators of our cultural heritage (P 23-27, 30) (Special issue on Indian Cultural heritage on the occasion of 20th New Delhi World Book Fair) University News (ISSN 0566-2257) Vol 50, no 09, February 27-March 04

  • Bora, A (2012). Professional education : overcoming major challenges (P 9-13) University News, ISSN 0566-2257, Vol. 49, No 52, December 26 January 1

  • Bora, A (2012). Freedom of expression in India A myth or reality (P 41-52) Issues of media policy regulation and ethics, edited by Ambrish Saxena, published by Kanishka Publishers, Delhi, ISBN No 978-81-8457-401-2

  • Anbarasan. P (2015), Perceptual Dichotomy of Violence on Women and Television Spectacle: A Case in Assam, in John Babu. K (ed), Media and Human Rights, New Delhi: Dominant Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd. (ISBN 978-93-84161)

  • Anbarasan. P (2015), Perceptual Dichotomy of Violence on Women and Television Spectacle: A Case in Assam, in John Babu. K (ed), Media and Human Rights, New Delhi: Dominant Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd. (ISBN 978-93-84161)

  • Anbarasan. P and Ratnamala. V (2015),Images of Violence in Northeast India and National Press : A Case Study of Bodos and Bengali Speaking Muslims Ethnic Conflict, Contemporary Discourse, (A Peer reviewed international journal) Jan., 6 (1), 5-17. (ISSN 09763686)

  • Media in Assam: Moving From Late News Syndrome to 24 x 7, in Aayvagam an International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Volume No. 1 Issue No. 5 June 2013. (ISSN (Online) : 2321 5259/ ISSN (Print) : 2321 5739 ).

  • Chakraborty, J., Borah, A., & Hazarika, M. (June 2015). From Fractures to Frames: Conflict Reporting in Newspapers of Assam in Global Media Journal. Vol 6 (1&2) (ISSN 2249 5835) Available at www.caluniv.ac.in

  • Chakraborty, J., Hazarika, M., & Goswami, A. (June 2015). Engendering Media Participation: The case of Women Journalists in Assam in Global Media Journal. Vol 6 (1&2) (ISSN 2249 5835) Available at http://www.caluniv.ac.in

  • Chakraborty, J & Borah, A. (2015). Children and Media: Status and Scope for Participation in Kaushik, A and Suchiang, A (eds.) Child Rights in North East India: Perspectives on Media. MRB Publishers: Assam. pp. 70-92. Proceedings of regional seminar on Child Rights and Media during 31 Oct 1 Nov, 2013 organized by English and Foreign Language University, Shillong. (ISBN : 978-93-83403-07-3)

  • Chakraborty, J. (2014) International Perspectives in Information and Communication Technologies for Development: Imperatives of Technology and Intersecting Community Needs. The Communicator. IIMC, New Delhi. (Accepted for publication). Chakraborty, J. & Borah, A. (2013). Participatory Audio Video Experiments: Explorations in Practice and Pedagogy. Media Mimansa. Vol 6 (2-3). pp. 58-65. (ISSN 229-5593)

  • Chakraborty, J. & Borah, A. (2013) Witch hunting in Assam: Strategizing Alternative Media for Women Empowerment and Overcoming Superstition. Journal of North East India Studies. Vol.3 (2). pp 15-24. (ISSN 2277-6869) Impact Factor 0.266

  • Chakraborty, J. (2012) Local Self Governance as Democratic Participation: The Unique Case of the Nagas. Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research. Vol.1 (2). pp 98-104. (ISSN 2319-5614) Impact Factor 0.306

  • Pegu, Uttam (2015), Concerns and Constraints of Filmmaking in North-East India in Mass Communicator- International Journal of Communication Studies, ISSN 0973-9688, Jagannath Institute of Management Studies. (Accepted)

  • Pegu, Uttam (2015), The Paradox of Sustainable Development: Understanding the Socio-Cultural Impact of Dam-Induced Development in North-East India in Literary Churning International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture, ISSN 2320-494X

  • Pegu, Uttam (2015), Framing Environment: Explorations in Cinematic Ecocriticism, in Pierian Spring, ISSN 2349-3410 (Accepted)

  • Pegu, Uttam (2014). Universities In An Era Of Open And Distance Education: Reflections On The Technological Challenges And New Directions In Higher Education ,in Pierian Spring, ISSN 2349-3410

  • Pegu, Uttam (2013). Information and Communication Technology in Inclusive Development: Assessment on Citizens Perception and Usage Pattern of E-Governance in Assam in the Journal of Northeast Indian Cultures, An International Journal of Assam Don Bosco University ISSN 2322-0988 P:100-112

  • Daimari, P J. and A Bora. Nationalism in Bollywood Sports Films, International Journal for Research and Development,Vol. 1, 58-61, 2013

  • Daimari, P J. and A Bora. Gender and Sports Films of Bollywood, Journal of Research, Extension and Development, Vol. 1, No. 11, 103-105, 2013.

  • Daimari, Perosh J., and Abhijit Bora. Nationalism in Bollywood Sports Films. International Journal for Research and Development 1 (2013): 58-61. Print

  • Daimari, Perosh J. and Abhijit Bora. Gender and Sports Films of Bollywood. Journal of Research, Extension and Development 1.11 (2013): 103-105. Print.

  • Daimari, Perosh J., and Abhijit Bora. Sports films for social message communication. New Media and Mass Communication 6 (2012): 5-8. Print.

  • Daimari, P J. and A Bora. Sports films for social message communication, New Media and Mass Communication, Vol. 6, 5-8, 2012

  • Daimari, Perosh J. International Relationship Building through Sports Film in Diverse Fields and Areas. Issues of Media Content Market and Technology. Ambrish Saxena. New Delhi: 2012. 49-56. Print

  • Malakar, K. Situational Analysis of the Impact of Liberalism on Policy Paradigm and Growth Stats of Telecommunication in India in International Journal of English Language Literature and Humanities (IJELLH), Volume III, Issue I, March 2015, ISSN: 2321-7065

  • Malakar, K. Redefining the Role of Altruism in Shaping Household Development in International Journal of English Language Literature and Humanities (IJELLH), Volume III, Issue I, March 2015, ISSN: 2321-7065

  • Malakar, K. Consuming Perspectives of Mobile Phone: Intersecting Youngs Needs and Imperatives in Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities(AJSSH), ISSN: 2186-8492 Online, ISSN: 2186-8484 Print

  • Chakraborty, J., Borah, A., & Hazarika, M. (June 2015). From Fractures to Frames: Conflict Reporting in Newspapers of Assam in Global Media Journal. Vol 6 (1&2) (ISSN 2249 5835) Available at http://www.caluniv.ac.in

  • Chakraborty, J & Borah, A. (2015). Children and Media: Status and Scope for Participation in Kaushik, A and Suchiang, A (eds.) Child Rights in North East India: Perspectives on Media. MRB Publishers: Assam. pp. 70-92. Proceedings of regional seminar on Child Rights and Media during 31 Oct 1 Nov, 2013 organized by English and Foreign Language University, Shillong. (ISBN : 978-93-83403-07-3).

  • Chakraborty, J. & Borah, A. (2013). Participatory Audio Video Experiments: Explorations in Practice and Pedagogy. Media Mimansa. Vol 6 (2-3). pp. 58-65. (ISSN 229-5593)