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Comments/Review on volume on "Media in Our Globalizing World"





The Muslim World Book Review, Leicester, UK 36:2, 2016




  • Many congratulations on publishing the 'first of its kind' book on Media! This looks like an interesting and impressive initiative. I shall share the volume with my colleagues working on public policy to explore possibilities of building on it further.

    --
    Kavil Ramachandran, PhD
    Thomas Schmidheiny Chair Professor of Family Business and Wealth Management
    Indian School of Business, Hyderabad


  • Big business, allied with international finance and corporate interests, controls the conventional media. The one who pays the piper calls the tune. This piper will not play our tune simply because we are not paying him. It will, naturally, silence us and give voice to dominant economic and political interests. The writers and editors of this volume, do talk about alternative media that gives voice to the silenced. Divided in several sections, it reports on seminars and conferences organised by the IOS (especially on media) during its Silver Jubilee celebrations. There is substantial writing on the state of media across continents that is not part of seminar proceedings. Altogether, it makes for informative reading. {Read full review}

    --
    Abu Waqas
    New Delhi


  • We have just received two copies of Media in Our Globalizing World. We look forward to read the book. However, we want to congratulate you on the nice design of both the cover and the content as well as the quality of printing. It is well done.

    --
    Dr. Anas Al-Shaikh-Ali
    IIIT London


  • This is very good informative and educative publication that has come out at the right time when our local and international media are playing havoc against Islam.

    --
    Dr. Abdul Hamid Slatch
    Regional Coordinator, IIIT Nairobi




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